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SMBC Capital Markets derivatives Group Jobs

SMBC Nikko began life as a swaps dealer in 1989 under the name SBCM Limited. Our parent, Sumitomo Bank, merged with Sakura Bank in 2001 to become Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC). SMBC Nikko, together with its New York domiciled associate SMBC Capital Markets Inc (CM Inc) and the bankruptcy remote, SMBC Derivative Products Limited (DP Ltd), currently rated AAA by Standard & Poor's and Aa1 by Moody's Investor Service, make up the SMBC Capital Markets Group, the derivatives and securities arm of SMBC outside of Japan. CM Inc was the first subsidiary of a Japanese commercial bank to begin trading swaps on a portfolio basis. Sometime later SMBC Nikko set up SMBC Capital Markets (Asia) Limited (CM Asia) to market derivatives in the Far East.

In 2009 SMBC bought a Japanese broker dealer, Nikko Cordial Securities Inc. changing its name to SMBC Nikko Securities Inc. (Nikko Tokyo) in November 2010.

The Capital Markets group's strength as a principal market maker in interest rate and currency derivatives has been combined with Nikko Tokyo's broker dealer expertise under a business coordination agreement between SMBC Nikko and Nikko Tokyo to broaden SMBC Nikko's business into these additional areas:

  • Equity underwriting;
  • Equity sales and trading;
  • Debt underwriting;
  • Debt sales and trading;

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