Nomura taps Deutsche’s Sharma for global options trading role

Japanese bank’s FX hiring spree continues with addition of 20-year trading veteran

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Nomura has hired Ruchir Sharma from Deutsche Bank as its new global head of foreign exchange options trading.

Based in London, Sharma will be responsible for leading the growth and development of Nomura’s FX options business, including enhancing its market-making offering and trading capabilities.

The Japanese bank stated that the addition of Sharma to its global FX management team will ensure “close co-ordination between FX trading and sales teams to deliver the bank’s growth potential”.


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