Nomura appoints David Hague as a Managing Director in its EMEA Debt Capital Markets business

Nomura, Asia’s global investment bank, today announced the appointment of David Hague as a Managing Director in its EMEA Debt Capital Markets (DCM) business. David will be responsible for FIG DCM with respect to Nomura’s financial institution clients across the UK and Ireland.

David reports to Morven Jones, Head of EMEA DCM Origination.

Benedict Nielsen, Head of EMEA DCM Origination and Syndicate said: “David has a wealth of experience originating landmark securities transactions across the capital structure. The provision of liquidity and capital solutions is at the core of Nomura’s value proposition to our financial institution clients, and David’s appointment further strengthens our offering.”

David has over 16 years’ experience and joins Nomura from RBS, where he ran the UK and Ireland FIG DCM effort.

Next Finance , February 2014

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