Nomura Securities International, Inc.

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Nomura Securities
Founded 1969
Headquarters New York, NY
Key People Koji Nagai, President
Employees 1,200 +
Website www.nomura.com

Nomura Securities International, Inc. (NSI) is the broker/dealer arm of Nomura Holdings Americas. It operates as an arbitrage trader worldwide.[1] Nomura functions from four offices, including NHA headquarters in New York. Nomura holds more than $1 billion in capital and employs more than 1,200 people as of May 2005.

Nomura opened its office in New York in 1927. It has a local and international staff to provide access to domestic and global markets, both in the Americas and throughout the Nomura global affiliate network. NSI is a member of all major securities, futures and options exchanges and a shareholder of the major clearing organizations, providing full market access to its clients.

Nomura operates both in global markets and in local markets unique to the Americas. Its four major divisions are: equities, fixed income, asset management, and investment banking.

Nomura Securities, Co., Ltd. provides wealth management services to individual clients in Japan. It is the one of the largest global investment banking and securities firms and the largest Japanese brokerage. It trades equities and bonds from Japan and around the world, as well as a variety of investment trusts (Japanese mutual funds), and variable and fixed annuities.[2]

News

Nomura bought up Lehman Brothers’s European, Middle East and Asia operations for $225 million, after Lehman declared bankruptcy in September 2008.[3]

History

Products and Services

Key People

Koji Nagai.jpg Koji Nagai President
Dashonly.gif Jack Leventhal Managing Director and Head of U.S. Financial Institutions in Investment Banking Division

Registration

References

  1. Nomura Securities International, Inc.. BusinessWeek.
  2. About Nomura. Nomura.
  3. Catching Up With the Lehman and AIG Asset Sales. The Wall Street Journal.