18 dicembre 2015 | 16:13
Jim Leng, non-executive chairman Emea di Nomura
Nomura conferma la nomina di Jim Leng a non-executive chairman per l’Europa, Medio Oriente e Africa. Lo riporta la nota del gruppo del 17 dicembre 2015 riportata qui sotto.
Nomura confirms appointment of Jim Leng as Non-Executive Chairman, Europe, Middle East and Africa
London, December 17, 2015 – Nomura, Asia’s global investment bank, today announced that Jim Leng has been appointed Non-Executive Chairman of Nomura Europe Holdings plc.
From 2010 to 2013 Jim was a Director and Chairman of HSBC Bank plc which owns all UK and Continental operating subsidiaries. From 2001 to 2009 he was Chairman of Corus Group plc, the global steel company which was sold to Tata Steel of India in 2007. Jim also sits on the Board of AON plc, the leading global provider of risk management services, insurance brokerage and human resource consulting.
Atsushi Yoshikawa, President and Group COO, Nomura Holdings Inc., said: “I am delighted that Jim is joining us. He brings unique insights and expertise from his hugely successful and diverse business career. His depth of experience will add greatly to our EMEA boardroom, further strengthening our corporate governance and the promotion of good culture, both key elements to our sustainable success in the region.”
Jim commented: “It is a privilege to be joining Nomura as European Chairman. We have an impressive new management team in the region and together with the rest of the board I look forward to assisting the team in developing Nomura’s international business in EMEA”.
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