Patrick Pisapia leaves Nomura

Pisapia spent two years on the bank’s FX institutional sales desk

Top exec has left the building
Leaving Nomura: Patrick Pisapia has worked at HSBC and Morgan Stanley

Patrick Pisapia, an executive director in foreign exchange institutional sales at Nomura, has left the bank, FX Week has learned.

New York-based Pisapia joined the firm in November 2015, after a nine-year stint as senior vice-president of institutional FX sales at HSBC Global Banking and Markets.

Prior to HSBC, he worked in FX sales at both Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein between 2004 and 2006, and at Morgan Stanley from 2000 to 2004.

Pisapia is among the latest departures from the bank. FX

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