Nomura Holdings

    Nomura Holdings, Inc. history, company profile (overview) and history video

       Nomura Holdings, Inc. is a financial holding company, headquartered in Chuo, Tokyo, Japan.

       The company operates through the following business sectors: Retail, Wholesale (global markets, investment banking, international wealth management), and Investment Management.


       Nomura was established in 1925 under the name of Nomura Securities Co., Ltd., as a spin-off from the Securities Dept. of Osaka Nomura Bank Co., Ltd. (the present-day Resona Bank).

       In 1961, the company was listed on the Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya stock exchanges.

       In 2001, the company was reorganized into a holding company, and the functions of Nomura Holdings, Inc. and Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. were split.

       In 2001, Nomura listed its shares on the New York Stock Exchange in the form of American Depositary Receipts.

       In 2008, parts of Lehman Brothers’ business operations in Asia-Pacific, EMEA, and the service platform in India were acquired.

       In 2020, Greentech Capital Advisors was acquired and rebranded as Nomura Greentech.


    • Nomura Securities;
    • Nomura Asset Management;
    • The Nomura Trust and Banking;
    • Nomura Babcock & Brown;
    • Nomura Capita Partners;
    • Nomura Capital Investment;
    • Nomura Investor Relations;
    • Nomura Mezzanine Partners;
    • Nomura Fiduciary Research & Consulting;
    • Nomura Research & Advisory;
    • Nomura Institute of Capital Markets Research;
    • Nomura Institute of Estate Planning;
    • Nomura Healthcare;
    • Nomura Agri Planning & Advisory;
    • Nomura Financial Products & Services;
    • Corporate Design Partners;
    • Nomura Business Services;
    • Nomura Properties;
    • Nomura Kagayaki.


    • Nomura Americas;
    • Nomura EMEA;
    • Nomura Asia ex-Japan;
    • Instinet Incorporated.

       With more than 25.000 employees, Nomura Holdings, Inc. is considered one of the Largest Public Companies in the World, according to Forbes.

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