Nomura Unveils New Subsidiary in Investment Management for Institutions in the Americas

Nomura Holdings, Inc. has established a new subsidiary
that will integrate the firm’s public and private credit offerings for
institutional clients in the Americas.

Robert Stark, the new CEO of Nomura Capital
Management, mentioned: “NCM was
created to tap into growing demand from US institutional and intermediary
investors for credit market expertise.”

“The alignment of our capabilities and more than
30 years of deep experience in US asset management shows Nomura Group’s
commitment to further grow and strengthen its investment management business
globally. NCM will play a major role in delivering value
to clients in both public and private credit markets in the Americas.”

Nomura Eyes Expansion in the Americas

Robert Stark, the Former CEO of Nomura Private
Capital, will assume the role of the CEO of Nomura Capital Management. Stark,
along with key executives including David Crall and Matthew Pallai, will oversee the
integration of Nomura’s credit businesses and the formulation of a strategy to
expand Nomura’s asset and investment management in the Americas.

Yoshihiro Namura, the Senior Managing Director of Nomura
Holdings, Inc., emphasized the significance of the Americas market for Nomura.
NCM aims to provide Nomura’s clients with diverse investment strategies and
choices to strengthen its investment management business globally.

Besides that, NCM plans to play a pivotal role in
Nomura Group’s growth strategy, both in the Americas and globally, leveraging
Nomura’s presence in the US investment management market.

Nomura’s Financial Performance Fuels Service Expansion

Last month, Nomura released its financial results for
the third quarter of the fiscal year 2024, highlighting a consolidated net
revenue of 400.2 billion yen. This represented an increase of 9% from the
previous quarter and a modest 2% improvement year-on-year.

The company experienced a 39% boost in income before
taxes, amounting to 78.7 billion yen, compared to the previous quarter. Nomura’s
net income attributable to shareholders showed a remarkable 43% increase
quarter-on-quarter, reaching 50.5 billion yen.

Besides that, Nomura’s nine-month financial summary
underscored a positive performance, with net revenue climbing to 1,116.9 billion
yen. This marked an upsurge of 11% from the previous year. Income before taxes rose by 43% to 181.8 billion yen, while net income attributable to shareholders expanded by 28% to 109.1 billion yen.

Nomura Holdings, Inc. has established a new subsidiary
that will integrate the firm’s public and private credit offerings for
institutional clients in the Americas.

Robert Stark, the new CEO of Nomura Capital
Management, mentioned: “NCM was
created to tap into growing demand from US institutional and intermediary
investors for credit market expertise.”

“The alignment of our capabilities and more than
30 years of deep experience in US asset management shows Nomura Group’s
commitment to further grow and strengthen its investment management business
globally. NCM will play a major role in delivering value
to clients in both public and private credit markets in the Americas.”

Nomura Eyes Expansion in the Americas

Robert Stark, the Former CEO of Nomura Private
Capital, will assume the role of the CEO of Nomura Capital Management. Stark,
along with key executives including David Crall and Matthew Pallai, will oversee the
integration of Nomura’s credit businesses and the formulation of a strategy to
expand Nomura’s asset and investment management in the Americas.

Yoshihiro Namura, the Senior Managing Director of Nomura
Holdings, Inc., emphasized the significance of the Americas market for Nomura.
NCM aims to provide Nomura’s clients with diverse investment strategies and
choices to strengthen its investment management business globally.

Besides that, NCM plans to play a pivotal role in
Nomura Group’s growth strategy, both in the Americas and globally, leveraging
Nomura’s presence in the US investment management market.

Nomura’s Financial Performance Fuels Service Expansion

Last month, Nomura released its financial results for
the third quarter of the fiscal year 2024, highlighting a consolidated net
revenue of 400.2 billion yen. This represented an increase of 9% from the
previous quarter and a modest 2% improvement year-on-year.

The company experienced a 39% boost in income before
taxes, amounting to 78.7 billion yen, compared to the previous quarter. Nomura’s
net income attributable to shareholders showed a remarkable 43% increase
quarter-on-quarter, reaching 50.5 billion yen.

Besides that, Nomura’s nine-month financial summary
underscored a positive performance, with net revenue climbing to 1,116.9 billion
yen. This marked an upsurge of 11% from the previous year. Income before taxes rose by 43% to 181.8 billion yen, while net income attributable to shareholders expanded by 28% to 109.1 billion yen.