Citi Portfolio Trader Heads For Nomura

Apr 26 2010 | 12:10pm ET

Citigroup portfolio trader Dan Clarke is set to join Nomura in a similar capacity.

Clarke left Citi, where he handled European portfolio trading for hedge fund clients, among others, two weeks ago, according to Financial News. His departure follows that six months ago of another portfolio trader, Oliver Hesse, who became head of European sales for portfolio trading at UBS.

Clarke, who had worked at Citi for nearly four years, will join Nomura shortly. Before going to Citi, he worked at Goldman Sachs and Dresdner Kleinwort in trading capacities.

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