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Nomura Holdings, Inc. (NRSCF)

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  • Bloomberg

    UBS, Nomura Battle to Win Rates Sales to Europe’s Ultra Rich

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  • Reuters

    Nomura aims to boost US credit portfolio to $50 billion in 5-10 years, executive says

    Nomura Holdings aims to expand its U.S. credit portfolio to $50 billion within 10 years and may seek small acquisitions to beef up its private credit business, the top Japanese investment bank's U.S. asset management chief said. The goal is line with Nomura's strategy to increase investments in private markets and diversify sources of revenue to cushion the impact from wild fluctuations in the performance of its global trading business. "We want to definitely grow this (U.S. credit) business collectively, quite substantially over the next five to 10 years to $50 billion or more" in assets under management, Robert Stark, who heads the U.S. asset management business, told Reuters in an interview.

  • Reuters

    Nomura aims to boost US credit portfolio to $50 bln in 5-10 years, executive says

    Nomura Holdings aims to expand its U.S. credit portfolio to $50 billion within 10 years and may seek small acquisitions to beef up its private credit business, the top Japanese investment bank's U.S. asset management chief said. The goal is line with Nomura's strategy to increase investments in private markets and diversify sources of revenue to cushion the impact from wild fluctuations in the performance of its global trading business. "We want to definitely grow this (U.S. credit) business collectively, quite substantially over the next five to 10 years to $50 billion or more" in assets under management, Robert Stark, who heads the U.S. asset management business, told Reuters in an interview.