Mee quits after Nomura shake-up
This month it emerged that David Mee, general counsel at Nomura, had resigned as the 30-strong transactional team was placed under the remit of the head of risk management - a non-lawyer. Should we expect other banks to follow suit? Philip Hoult reports
The resignation of David Mee, European general counsel at top Japanese investment house Nomura, has shocked heads of legal and top private practice lawyers in the City’s banking community.
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