New York Post - Nomura said on hunt for senior U.S investment bankers

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Nomura is on the hunt for as many as 15 senior-level investment bankers in the next year — doubling down on a recent hiring spree as the bank beefs up its Wall Street presence, The Post has learned.

The expected hires, which are still being worked out on a budget level, are largely expected to be high-level managing directors, and will be focused on mergers and acquisitions in the Americas, two people briefed on the matter told The Post.

While the hiring spree would normally be welcome news, Nomura gained a reputation on Wall Street as making brash decisions when building out trading desks — only to lay off workers about a year later.

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