/ Mar 22, 2017

Jones to advise investment bank Nomura

Former Japan coach Eddie Jones has added another gig to his portfolio, landing a three-year deal with investment bank Nomura. The current England coach will share his insights about coaching successful teams and advise the bank and its clients about leadership, Nomura said Monday. "We are ...

Nomura-Keio fund boosts investment target for domestic startups

Aug 8, 2016

Nomura-Keio fund boosts investment target for domestic startups


Keio University and Nomura Holdings Inc. increased the fundraising goal for their venture-capital partnership by 50 percent to ¥15 billion after demand from Japanese financial firms during the first phase of financing exceeded expectations. Keio Innovation Initiative Inc., founded by Japan's oldest university and biggest ...

/ Apr 22, 2016

Nomura eliminates 32 jobs in Big Apple

Nomura Holdings Inc., the nation's biggest brokerage, has cut 32 jobs in New York City. The bank disclosed the figures in a so-called Warn notice dated Tuesday and posted on the state Labor Department's website. The Tokyo-based company is eliminating 60 jobs outside Japan, people ...

/ Dec 21, 2015

Nomura to buy stake in American Century Investments

Nomura Holdings Inc., the nation's biggest brokerage, plans to pay about $1 billion for a stake of about 40 percent in U.S. money manager American Century Investments, according to a person familiar with the matter. The purchase from Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) will ...

/ Feb 3, 2015

Nomura said to shrink U.S. high-grade debt unit

Nomura Holdings Inc. is retreating from U.S. investment-grade corporate credit trading after last year's bout of volatility in fixed-income markets, two people with knowledge of the decision said. It cut a group last week that was focused on brokering the debt, including Timothy Everitt and ...

/ Jan 29, 2015

Nomura surprises with profit surge on banking, asset management

Upending analysts' estimates for a decline, Nomura Holdings Inc.'s third-quarter profit surged unexpectedly, led by fees from investment banking and asset management. Net income climbed 45 percent to ¥70 billion for the three months ended Dec. 31 from ¥48.3 billion a year earlier, Japan's largest ...