Japanese investment banking firm Nomura has appointment of Henrik Melph as managing director, global head of central bank and sovereign wealth fund sales.
In this newly-created role, Mr Melph will be responsible for further enhancing the delivery of Nomura’s fixed income products and services offering to central banks and sovereign wealth funds worldwide.
Based in Singapore, Mr Melph will report to Chris Fleming, global head of rates sales and regionally to Samir Bhandari, head of Macro sales in Asia ex-Japan and George Sun, head of credit sales in Asia ex-Japan.
Mr Melph joined Nomura from Royal Bank of Scotland where he was global head of central bank and sovereign wealth fund sales, prior to which he was head of central bank sales at UBS, and Morgan Stanley.
Mr Fleming said: “Central banks and sovereign wealth funds have become increasingly important players in the global financial markets and Henrik brings to Nomura vast experience and an impressive track record in servicing their diverse needs.”