Nomura Holdings Inc. resumed brokering services for Japan’s public pension fund, the manager of more than $1 trillion in retirement assets, after a three-month ban following allegations of insider trading at the securities firm.
The Government Pension Investment Fund lifted its ban Wednesday after Nomura, Japan’s biggest brokerage, submitted a report to regulators detailing how it will improve internal controls, said Kouichi Nojima, a councilor at the fund.
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