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Nomura Holdings, Inc. operates as a holding company which provides the investment and financial services. It operates through the following segments: Retail, Asset Management, Wholesale and Merchant Banking. Read More The Retail segment includes investment consultation services, distribution of trust certificates, and management of insurance agencies. The Asset Management segment offers portfolio and trust management, and provides investment advisory services for pension funds. The Wholesale segment consists of global markets and investment banking services such as trading of bonds, stocks, foreign exchange, and derivatives, and the underwriting of debt, equity, and other financial instruments. The Merchant Banking offers equity to clients as a solution for business reorganizations and revitalizations, business succession and management buyouts. The company was founded by Tokushichi Nomura on December 25, 1925 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
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Coin TelegraphMar 8
Smart Contract Firm Quantstamp Reveals Investment From Financial Giant Nomura
United States smart contract security company Quantstamp has announced its expansion to Japan following an investment from local financial giant Nomura Holdings.
Japanese Finance Giant Nomura Invests in Smart Contract Auditing Startup
Japan financial group Nomura has invested in Y Combinator-backed smart contract auditing startup Quantstamp. U.S.-based Quantstamp announced Wednesday that it is setting up a subsidiary in Japan following a “significant” investment from Nomura Holdings and Tokyo-listed internet group Digital Garage. Chuzaburo Yagi, senior managing director in charge of innovations at Nomura Holdings, said: “As blockchain technology is adopted in the financial world, smart contracts will play an increasingly important rol...
Nikkei Asian ReviewMar 6
Nomura's Nagai holds on to top job despite pressure for change
TOKYO -- Nomura Holdings said Tuesday that Koji Nagai will stay on as president and group CEO, exceeding the seven-year norm in order to steer Japan's largest brokerage group out of an earnings crunch even as some investors call for new leadership.
Expected Apr 25, Pre-Market