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Nomura Holdings Inc. is embarking on a fresh drive to convince individuals to pay fees for managing their money rather than commissions based on trading — a move that may prove challenging as it seeks to revive its retail business.

The nation’s biggest brokerage recently created a Chief Investment Office to bolster advice for individual clients as it prepares to introduce new discretionary portfolio management services in the retail division. Such services typically charge a fixed fee.

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