Nomura names Jacques Cailloux as Chief European Economist
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue July 17, 2012 5:18 pm

INTERNATIONAL. Nomura, the global investment bank, announces today that it has hired Jacques Cailloux as Managing Director and Chief European Economist.

Based in London, he reports to Des Supple, Managing Director and Global Head of Fixed Income Research, and is an important addition to Nomura’s Global Economics’ team.

Cailloux has a proven track record in delivering actionable research ideas related to the European economy. The strength and breadth of his client relationships has made him an integral component of the investment process for many key investors.

Des Supple, Global Head of Fixed Income Research, said: “Jacques is renowned for producing focussed and rigorous economic analysis to drive risk allocation decisions. Insightful research is at the core of Nomura’s aim to be the number one Asian global investment bank; Jacques’ appointment will help us achieve that ambition”.

Cailloux joins from RBS where he was Chief European Economist and Head of European Research. He has held senior positions in economic research with JPMorgan, BlueCrest Capital, Barclays Capital and Deutsche Bank. Jacques has also been a member of the ECB’s Shadow Council since 2007.

About Nomura
Nomura is a leading financial services group and the preeminent Asian-based investment bank with worldwide reach. Nomura provides a broad range of innovative solutions tailored to the specific requirements of individual, institutional, corporate and government clients through an international network in over 30 countries. Based in Tokyo and with regional headquarters in Hong Kong, London, and New York, Nomura employs over 27,000 staff worldwide. Nomura’s unique understanding of Asia enables the company to make a difference for clients through three business divisions: retail, asset management, and wholesale (global markets and investment banking).

For further information about Nomura, please visit www.nomura.com


 

 

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