LONDON, June 8 (IFR) - Paul Spurin, head of European primary dealer relationships at Nomura, has left the bank as part of the restructuring outlined in April which will see about 800 staff leave across EMEA and the US.
Spurin, a managing director in rates, was in charge of debt management office relationships. He joined from State Street in 2011, according to his LinkedIn profile, and had previously worked at RBS.
23:16 Falcons’ Shanahan will have another meeting with 49ers11
15:34 Trump’s treasury nominee defends his record at bank labeled as ‘foreclosure machine’15
14:56 Read what Steven Mnuchin will say at his Treasury confirmation hearing18
11:02 Five things to watch for in Mnuchin hearing22