Nomura said in May it was closing its European and US swaps clearing units
Nomura has parted company with its global
product head of derivatives clearing Mark Croxon two months
after the Japanese investment bank said it will stop US and
European swaps clearing.
Croxon left Nomura this week after five
years at the bank in which time he rose to become the global
product manager for derivatives clearing, responsible for
over-the-counter client clearing.
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