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Fri, Dec 12 2014

MOVES-Nomura exec Lewis promoted to head EMEA operations

TOKYO, Dec 12 - Nomura Holdings said it appointed its co-deputy CFO Jonathan Lewis as CEO of the company's operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Nomura Holdings expects higher annual revenue after rating hike

TOKYO - Nomura Holdings Inc forecast it would earn a few hundred million dollars in additional revenue after Moody's Investors Service lifted its credit rating on Japan's biggest investment banking and brokerage group.

Nomura Holdings expects higher annual revenue after rating hike

TOKYO, Dec 2 - Nomura Holdings Inc forecast it would earn a few hundred million dollars in additional revenue after Moody's Investors Service lifted its credit rating on Japan's biggest investment banking and brokerage group.

MOVES- Nomura, Aon, Wells Fargo, Aviva Investors

(Adds Lazard Asset Management, Greenhill & Co, Aviva Investors, Evercore Partners Inc, Ernst & Young)

MOVES- Nomura, Aon Plc

Nov 19 - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Wednesday. To inform us of other job changes, email moves@thomsonreuters.com.

MOVES-Nomura's Europe chief Bennett resigns -FT

Nov 18 - Jeremy Bennett, chief executive of the European unit of Japanese financial services company Nomura Holdings Inc, has resigned after 18 months in office, the Financial Times reported, citing a person familiar with the matter.

New Issue- Nomura prices 750 mln euro 2021 bond

Lead Manager(s) Nomura, Lloyds, Natixis, Santander, Swed & UNI

Nikkei gains on bright industrial data; earnings optimism boosts sentiment

* Japanese shares up as factory output beats expectations * Nomura jumps on rosy earnings data * Honda forecasts trimmed on tough competition, recall-linked problems By Thomas Wilson TOKYO, Oct 29 - Japanese stocks rose on Wednesday after better-than-expected industrial production data and upbeat earnings figures bouyed investor sentiment. Industrial production rose by 2.7 percent in September, the fastest pace since January, easing some concerns about Japan's fact

UPDATE 2-Nomura beats estimates, attracts more client assets

* Announces share buyback (Adds comments from Nomura executive, share buyback details)

CORRECTED-Nomura Q2 net profit up 39 pct, beats estimates

(Corrects period in headline to Q2, not Q3; states in first paragraph that reporting period is July-September)

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