Nomura reogranizes asset management units

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Nomura has announced plans to reorganize three core companies in its Asset Management division: Nomura Asset Management (NAM), Nomura Funds Research and Technologies (NFR&T), and Nomura Private Equity Capital (NPEC).

Under the reorganization, NAM will take over NFR&T’s operations related to the management of investment trusts and its institutional investor advisory business. NAM will also take over all the operations of NPEC.

By consolidating its marketing, investment and management operations under NAM and improving the efficiency and stability of its investment management operations, Nomura aims to deliver a higher level of service to its clients.

Nomura also aims to produce higher added-value analysis and evaluation by consolidating the Asset Management division’s analysis and evaluation of funds and asset management companies into NFR&T.

Following the reorganization, Nomura will focus on providing high quality investment products to accommodate the needs of investors by fully leveraging the specialized expertise in NAM and NFR&T.

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