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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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Nomura Loses More Bond Underwriting Deals After Information Leak
(Bloomberg) -- Nomura Holdings Inc. has lost more bond underwriting deals following revelations that its employees inappropriately shared sensitive stock market information. Honda Finance Co., Komatsu Ltd. and Tokyo Metro Co. dropped Nomura as a joint lead manager of yen bond sales, according to details provided separately on Monday by other managers on the deals. They join Osaka Gas Co., which said last week that it excluded the firm from a planned yen debt sale. Nomura cut the pay of Chief Executive Off...
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Nomura CEO to take 30 percent pay cut after information leak
By Taro Fuse and Takashi Umekawa TOKYO (Reuters) - The chief executive of Nomura Holdings will take a 30 percent pay cut for three months after accepting responsibility for an improper handling of market information by Japan's top brokerage. CEO Koji Nagai told a news conference on Friday that he would take responsibility for the information leak by the company but would not step down. Scroll to continue with content Ad "Management itself has to implement the reform measures, that is the duty of managem...
Nomura CEO Pay Cut Over Information Leak
(Bloomberg) -- Nomura Holdings Inc.’s chief executive officer will take a pay cut to assume responsibility for improper handling of stock market information by employees, the latest setback for the struggling Japanese securities firm. CEO Koji Nagai will forgo 30% of his salary for three months, the firm said after finding that a researcher at an affiliate shared information on potential changes to the Tokyo Stock Exchange sections inappropriately. Japan’s financial regulator plans to order the brokerage t...
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