Trading with different banks

Can any buy-side traders speak to trading with Nomura counterparts? I'm considering an offer and looking for some insight on how smooth these transactions are, and how I've been told that prices and volume are competitive but want more perspective.

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  • VP in S&T - FI
Jul 29, 2020 - 10:37pm

I have traded with and competed with Nomura at various points in my career, they do a very good job in both agency and non-agency. Most of the people I have encountered there are smart, professional and enjoyable to be around. They are active on the banking side in non-agency (which means they trade it) and have a lot of sheet and good research for agency. You really can't go wrong with either desk, great spot to be in.

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