Heritage Capital adds four to trading and sales team
Heritage Capital, the merchant banking division of family-owned Banque Heritage, has appointed Niels Nooy as managing director and head of emerging markets trading for Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America, plus three directors in London.
Nooy, who joined in January, reports directly to Henry Nevstad, head of markets and execution at Heritage Capital.
Nooy joined Heritage Capital at the same time as new directors Veronika Orekhovskaia, Michael Rimmell and Severine Carayon.
The appointments are the latest Heritage Capital has made to its trading and sales team in London and form part of its global expansion plan.
Joe Dryer (pictured), joint chief executive of Heritage Capital, says: “With the appointment of Niels and Veronika we are not only strengthening our origination and distribution platform in emerging markets, but also broadening our penetration of core European clients with the addition of Michael and Severine.”
Prior to joining Heritage Capital, Nooy worked at Phoenix Partners Group, a credit derivatives broker, where he was responsible for launching and building its emerging markets group. Before that he worked at a London-based family office, where he focused on private equity investments, and helped establish Global Evolution, an emerging markets asset manager based in Denmark.
Orekhovskaia has joined Heritage Capital’s emerging market’s team as a director, responsible for developing client relationships with asset managers dedicated to the emerging markets asset class. She joins from private bank Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch.
Rimmell has joined as a director responsible for developing relationships with clients in the UK and Ireland, particularly asset managers, hedge funds, bank treasuries and building societies. He joins from Natixis in London where he was head of sales responsible for a team focusing on Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Scandinavia.
Carayon has joined as a director responsible for covering France. Carayon started her career at CDC Ixis (now known as Natixis) in London on the credit flow trading desk in 2001. She then joined BNP Paribas in 2004 as a credit default swap and bond trader, covering the telecoms, media and technology sectors in Europe. Carayon joins from Kyte Group-Market Securities, where she worked most recently in credit sales.
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