Nomura Taps Barclays for EMEA Global Markets Head
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: July 3, 2023
Nomura has appointed a Barclays veteran as head of global markets, EMEA, taking over responsibilities from John Goff, who has been appointed as global head of structuring at the bank.
Based in London, Nat Tyce will report to Rig Karkhanis, head of global markets, and Jonathan Lewis, head of EMEA and Nomura Europe CEO. In this role, the bank says he will oversee all of Nomura’s global markets activities in and into the region, partnering closely with the global product heads. Tyce will also join the Nomura Europe executive committee and the bank’s wholesale executive committee.
Tyce joins from Barclays, where he spent 25 years and held a number of senior positions including global co-head of macro trading, and head of macro trading EMEA and APAC. He was also a former board member at ISDA and AFME.
“EMEA is a key region for global markets and is an integral part of our medium-term growth plan,” says Karkhanis. “I am pleased to welcome Nat to Nomura, and I look forward to partnering with him to oversee the next phase of development for the EMEA business.”