No More "You and Us" for Glenn Schorr

We knew top-ranked UBS analyst Glenn Schorr was poking around for a new gig and today we learn he’s landed at Nomura Securities to lead their financial services coverage.
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We knew top-ranked UBS analyst Glenn Schorrwas poking around for a new gig and today we learn he’s landed at Nomura Securities to lead their financial services coverage.

Schorr was close to joining Deutsche Bank AG last year, but apparently Nomura offered him a deal he couldn’t refuse. The Japanese bank is aiming to be the 5th largest investment bank in the U.S. and is paying top dollar to lure talent away from larger institutions that have been hobbled by the financial crisis restrictions on compensation.

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