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Lombard Odier appoints Asia CIO
16 April 2014
Jean-Louis Nakamura to enhance the firm’s investment capabilities in the region
Lombard Odier has appointed Jean-Louis Nakamura as chief
investment officer (CIO) for the Asia-Pacific region.
Nakamura was previously deputy CIO for Lombard Odier Investment
Managers, the bank's institutional asset management arm.
Reporting to Vincent Duhamel, head of Lombard Odier for Asia
Pacific, Nakamura will work on strengthening the firm's
investment capabilities in the region, in order to deliver
risk-based investment strategies for clients.
"We are always responding to the evolving needs of our clients
and fine-tuning our offering with dedicated and highly
experienced individuals," said Duhamel. "Jean-Louis (Nakamura)
brings a wealth of investment experience and has, over the last
four years, pioneered Lombard Odier's risk-based expertise
which concentrates on helping clients to achieve their
long-term investment goals while minimizing drawdowns."
Lombard Odier has had a presence in Asia for more than 25 years
with offices in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Singapore, and has more
than doubled its presence in the region over the last two
The bank has formed partnerships with JBWere in Australia and
KB Kookmin Bank in South Korea. In Japan, Lombard Odier has
partnerships with Bank of the Ryukyus, Yamaguchi Bank, Shizuoka
Bank, Momiji Bank, Chiba Bank, Kitakyushu Bank, Ibis Capital
Partners, Okazaki Shinkin Bank and Kagawa Securities.