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Nomura Holdings, Inc.
Type Public (TYO: 8604 SGX: N33 NYSENMR)
Founded Osaka, Japan in 1925
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Key people Kenichi Watanabe, President & CEO
Industry Finance
Products Financial Services
Securities Services
Investment Management
Investment Banking
Revenue Green Arrow Up.svg $15.45 billion USD (2006)
Employees 14,668 (2006)
Subsidiaries Nomura Securities Co., Ltd.
Nomura Asset Management Co., Ltd.
The Nomura Trust & Banking Co., Ltd.
The headquarters of Nomura in Tokyo, Japan.

Nomura Holdings, Inc. (TYO: 8604 SGX: N33 NYSENMR) (野村ホールディングス株式会社) is a Japanese financial holding company, and a principal member of the Nomura Group.

The company announced that it would buy Lehman Brothers Holdings's investment banking and equities unit in Asia and Europe and keep on most of its employees. Nomura would pay $225 million for the purchase of Lehman's Asian-Pacific unit. [1] Nomura will retain the 2000+ employees of Lehman's Powai (Mumbai, India) office.


  • Nomura Securities Co.
  • Nomura Asset Management Co., Ltd.
  • The Nomura Trust & Banking Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Babcock & Brown Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Capital Investment Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Investor Relations Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Principal Finance Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Funds Research And Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Pension Support & Service Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Research & Advisory Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Business Services Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Satellite Communications Co., Ltd.
  • Nomura Facilities, Inc.
  • Nomura Institute of Capital Markets Research
  • Instinet Inc




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