Nomura plans to pivot away from EMEA

During an investor day on Thursday, Nomura said it will scale back some secondary trading operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), as it seeks to adapt to global challenges in the wholesale sector and the region’s slower growth.

  • By Jasper Cox
  • 04 Apr 2019

Nomura is facing a major structural shift in its business, driven by changes in the regulatory environment, advances in digitalisation, as well as evolving client needs due to Japan’s declining birth rate and ageing population,” the Japanese bank said in a statement.

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