Head of FX trading quits Nomura

Nomura

James Pearson, global head of G-10 FX spot trading and European head of emerging markets foreign exchange trading, has left Nomura. Based in London, Pearson reported to Richard Gladwin, the global head of FX. He is understood to be joining RBS, but the bank declined to comment.

Pearson joined Nomura from Lehman Brothers in 2008, when the Japanese bank confirmed more than 150 hires from the failed US bank's European fixed-income division.

At Lehman Brothers, Pearson was global head of FX spot

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