Nomura’s Americas Equities Trading Head Said To Quit

Departure

Nomura's head of Americas equities trading, Jonathan Larkin, is leaving after about a year at the Japanese brokerage, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

Bloomberg reports that Larkin’s departure was announced internally this week, said the people, who asked not to be named because the information is private.

New York-based Larkin, 38, joined Nomura in January last year from Millennium Management LLC, where he was head of equities at the hedge fund.

Larkin’s departure comes alongside the planned exit of Christian Dalban, whose group uses Nomura’s capital to trade and may be shut, two people with knowledge of the matter said earlier this month. Dalban also previously worked at Millennium, where he ran the hedge fund’s European business, according to Nomura at the time of his June 2010 hiring.

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