At 8 a.m. on Jan. 10, Takumi Shibata, chief operating officer of Nomura Holdings Inc., walked into the firm’s London boardroom overlooking the River Thames to try to salvage the 2008 acquisition of the European and Asian units of bankrupt Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.
The balance of power among dealmakers is shifting, and this year’s World Economic Forum is proof: A record number of executives from emerging markets will attend the Alpine conference, a networking mecca for the global business elite.
As Wall Street chief executive officers flock to the World Economic Forum, they’ll be breathing a sigh of relief along with the Swiss mountain air: There are no panels on compensation or redesigning financial regulation.
Nomura Holdings Inc. ’s deputy global investment banking head, Christian Meissner , quit less than two years after he arranged the sale of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s European unit to the Japanese brokerage.
Nomura Holdings Inc.’s deputy global head of investment banking, Christian Meissner, quit less than two years after he helped negotiate the sale of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s European unit to the Japanese brokerage.
Xstrata Plc and Glencore International Plc enlisted 18 senior bankers, from firms that advised both companies through a decade of deals, to seal their agreement to create a $90 billion mining and commodity-trading powerhouse.
Nomura Holdings Inc. will start cutting jobs in Europe this month as it pares ambitions to be a full-service, global investment bank and takes a narrower focus on four or five industries in the region, according to three people with knowledge of the situation.