Richard Atterbury has joined AgFe as a private equity advisor. He was formerly the chairman of Europe, Middle East, and African investment at Nomura Holdings. The move was reflected in the Financial Services Authority (FSA) registry.
Before joining Nomura, Atterbury was a global co-head of financial sponsors at Lehman Brothers. From 1999 to 2005 he was a managing director at Morgan Stanley.
AgFe, according to a report today by the Financial Times, was founded in 2006 by Paul Rolles, one of Atterbury’s colleagues from Morgan Stanley. Rolles specializes in fixed income and structured finance.