Nomura names Gary Cottle as Head of Fixed Income, EMEA

Nomura, the global investment bank, announces today that it has hired Gary Cottle as Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Based in London, he reports to Steve Ashley, Senior Managing Director and Global Head of Fixed Income, and John Phizackerley, CEO, EMEA.

Gary brings over twenty years of experience to the role, and is an important addition to the fixed income franchise. Most recently, Gary was a board member at Royal Bank of Scotland’s investment bank, acting as Global Head of Sales for all corporate and government related clients. He was also responsible for global structuring across the markets businesses and served as Chairman of Emerging Markets. His career has also included roles at Morgan Stanley and Barclays Capital.

“The EMEA region is a fundamental part of our global fixed income franchise, demonstrating consistent profitability in the face of challenging market conditions,” said Steve Ashley, Global Head of Fixed Income. “In this key role, Gary will work closely with our global trading and sales heads to expand our client-focused franchise and ensure we fully capture East to West flows.”

Next Finance , August 2012

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