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Nomura Holdings Inc

8604.T

Latest Trade

542.00JPY

Change

-6.10(-1.11%)

Volume

13,739,900

Today's Range

536.70

 - 

546.30

52 Week Range

463.30

 - 

721.00

As of on the Tokyo Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
548.10
Open
545.20
Volume
13,739,900
3M AVG Volume
298.50
Today's High
546.30
Today's Low
536.70
52 Week High
721.00
52 Week Low
463.30
Shares Out (MIL)
3,093.69
Market Cap (MIL)
1,772,316.00
Forward P/E
7.41
Dividend (Yield %)
6.39

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Latest Developments

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Nomura Holdings CFO: About $570 Million Impact From U.S. Client Loss Remaining For This FY As Of April 23

Nomura Holdings: Booked 245.7 Billion Yen Loss Tied To 'U.S. Client'

Losses At Nomura U.S. Business Related To Trades By Its Prime Brokerage Unit -Nikkei

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About Nomura Holdings Inc

Nomura Holdings, Inc. is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the securities, investment and other financial business to individuals, corporations, financial institutions and governments across the world. The Company has three business segments. The Sales segment is engaged in the provision of investment consultation services to individual clients in Japan. The Asset Management segment is engaged in the development and management of investment trusts, and the provision of investment advisory services. The Wholesale segment is engaged in the sale and trading of bonds, equity securities, derivatives and foreign exchange, as well as the provision of investment banking services, such as the bonds and securities underwriting business, merger and acquisition (M & A) business and financial advisory services. The Company is also engaged in the merchant banking business. The Company operates within the domestic market and to overseas markets, including the Americas, Europe, Asia and Oceania.

Industry

Investment Services

Contact Info

Urban Net Otemachi Bldg.

2-2-2, Ote-machi

CHIYODA-KU, TKY

100-0004

Japan

+81.3.52551000

https://www.nomuraholdings.com/

Executive Leadership

Koji Nagai

Chairman of the Board, Chairman of Subsidiary

Kentaro Okuda

President, Group Chief Executive Officer, Representative Executive Officer, President of Subsidiary, Director

Takumi Kitamura

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Officer

Jonathan Lewis

Chief Administrative Officer, Executive Officer, Chief Executive Officer of Subsidiary

Tomoyuki Teraguchi

Chief Compliance Officer, Vice President, Representative Executive Officer, Director

Key Stats

2.67 mean rating - 9 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, JPY)

2019

1.1K

2020

1.3K

2021

1.4K

2022(E)

1.4K
EPS (JPY)

2019

-29.900

2020

67.760

2021

50.110

2022(E)

73.939
Price To Earnings (TTM)
11.52
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.10
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.62
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
7.90
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
948.01
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
300.44
Return on Investment (TTM)
0.78
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.37

Latest News

Latest News

Nomura quarterly profit dives 66% on trading slowdown, Archegos hit

Nomura Holdings Inc, Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, on Friday reported a 66% drop in first-quarter net profit due to a slowdown in the trading business and a previously flagged loss from the Archegos debacle.

Japan's Nomura Q1 net profit dives 66%

Nomura Holdings Inc, Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, on Friday reported a 66% drop in first-quarter net profit due to a slowdown in the trading business and a previously flagged loss from the Archegos debacle.

Japan's Nomura plans to suspend part of cash-prime brokerage business - source

Nomura Holdings Inc plans to suspend part of its cash-prime brokerage business after sustaining a $2.9 billion hit from the collapse of U.S. investment fund Archegos, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

Nomura completes unwinding of positions related to U.S. client

Nomura Holdings Inc said on Tuesday it has completed unwinding of positions related to an unnamed U.S. client, widely understood to be the collapsed investment fund Archegos Capital Management.

Japan's Nomura still betting on global expansion to lift profit, despite Archegos hit

Nomura Holdings Inc raised its pretax income target for the next fiscal year by 14%, showing the long-cherished ambitions of Japan's top brokerage and investment bank to join the global elite remain undimmed, despite sustaining a near $3 billion hit from the collapse of...

Nomura sets core FY22/23 pretax income target at 320 bln yen

Nomura Holdings Inc, Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, said on Wednesday it will target annual pretax income of 320 billion yen ($2.94 billion) for its three core divisions in the year through March 2023.

UPDATE 1-Nomura partners with Jarden in NZ, Australia investment banking

Nomura Holdings Inc said on Monday it will team up with Auckland-based investment and advisory firm Jarden Group Ltd in New Zealand and Australia, as Japan's biggest investment bank and brokerage seeks to expand its global presence.

Nomura puts Archegos hit at $2.9 billion, affirms commitment to U.S. business

Nomura Holdings Inc said it would incur $2.9 billion worth of pain from the collapse of U.S. investment fund Archegos but added that while it was beefing up risk controls, it had no plans to scale back its U.S. business.

Nomura reports biggest quarterly loss in over a decade on Archegos hit

Nomura Holdings Inc, Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, reported on Tuesday its biggest quarterly net loss since the 2008 global financial crisis, taking a 245.7 billion yen ($2.3 billion) hit from the collapse of U.S. investment fund Archegos.

Nomura appoints ex-JP Morgan banker as Co-CEO of Americas holding firm

Nomura Holdings Inc said on Monday it will appoint Christopher Willcox as Co-CEO of the group's holding company for Americas as Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank aims to beef up its U.S. management.

Japan's Nomura to investigate Archegos-related loss: sources

Japan's Nomura has set up an internal team to investigate a possible $2 billion loss relating to Archegos Capital Management, two people familiar with the matter said.

Japan's regulators to check high-risk trades after Archegos -Nikkei

Japanese regulators will heighten scrutiny on high-risk trades by domestic financial institutions in the wake of the Archegos fallout, the Nikkei business daily reported on Wednesday.

Seduced by Archegos' growth, Nomura took a chance on Hwang comeback

U.S. investor Sung Kook "Bill" Hwang was looking for a second chance on Wall Street after falling from grace and shutting his multibillion-dollar hedge fund firm. Japan's Nomura Holdings Inc gave him one.

Japan gathering information on Nomura, MUFG losses linked to U.S. client

Japan is looking into the financial losses incurred by MUFG and Nomura through deals related to an unnamed U.S. client, and will gather and share information on the matter with the Bank of Japan and overseas authorities, the finance minister said.

Nomura faces tough questions over global plans after U.S. client loss

Nomura Holdings will have to sharpen its focus on risk management systems and may need to rein in its U.S. ambitions, analysts said after the Japanese bank flagged a possible $2 billion loss tied to a single U.S. client.

ANALYSIS-Nomura faces tough questions over global plans after U.S. client loss

Nomura Holdings will have to sharpen its focus on risk management systems and may need to rein in its U.S. ambitions, analysts said after the Japanese bank flagged a possible $2 billion loss tied to a single U.S. client.

Global banks brace for losses from Archegos fallout

Global banks may lose more than $6 billion from the downfall of Archegos Capital, sources familiar with trades involving the U.S. investment firm said on Monday, and regulators and investors fear the episode could reverberate more widely.

Nomura flags $2 billion loss, cancels bond issue; shares plummet

Nomura Holdings Inc on Monday flagged a possible $2 billion loss at a U.S. subsidiary, prompting Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank to shelve a hefty bond issuance and sending its stock tumbling by the most in over a decade.

Nomura's potential losses are related to Archegos trades - Bloomberg News

A potential $2 billion loss flagged by Japan's Nomura Holdings Inc on Monday is related to the unwinding of trades placed by Archegos Capital Management, Bloomberg News reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

Nomura flags potential significant loss at U.S. unit

Nomura Holdings Inc said on Monday it discovered a case that could subject one of its U.S. units to "a significant loss" arising from transactions with a U.S. client.

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