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Nomura appoints Freddy Lim as managing director, global head of derivatives strategy

In a release, Nomura, Asia’s global investment bank, announced the appointment of Freddy Lim as Managing Director and Global Head of Derivatives
Strategy.

Based in Singapore and reporting jointly to Des Supple, Head of Global Markets Research, and Tony Morris, Global Head of Global Market Quantitative Strategy, Freddy is tasked with developing actionable trade ideas for clients in derivatives markets across asset classes. 

Freddy, who joins from Millennium in Singapore, brings to Nomura a wealth of experience from both the buy and sell-side. Freddy was Head of G10 Rates Strategy at Citigroup, and prior to that was Head of Interest Rate Strategy Asia Pacific at Morgan Stanley.

Sandeep Arora has also joined Nomura as Derivatives Strategist, reporting to Freddy. He previously worked at Citi Japan. Des Supple, Head of Global Markets Research said: “This is an important step in furthering Nomura’s intellectual leadership in pan-asset class derivatives strategy.

Our Derivatives Strategy team will offer world class strategic guidance to clients on the use of derivatives for trading, hedging and investing. 

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