Is Nomura research Institute part of Nomura Group?
Nomura Research Institute, Ltd. (NRI; Japanese: 株式会社野村総合研究所 or 野村総研 for short) is the largest economic research and consulting firm in Japan, and a member of the Nomura Group. Established in 1965, the firm now employs over 13,000 people.
Why do I want to work for Nomura?
“Nomura treats you as a professional the second you join the team and will give you a lot of responsibility from a very early stage. You will find yourself working for clients alongside global colleagues who are possibly the most agile and enthusiastic people in the world.
What does Nomura mean?
village in the field
Japanese: ‘village in the field’, a common place name. The surname is mostly found in western Japan and the island of Okinawa.
What makes Nomura different?
Nomura is an Asian Investment Bank, so that in itself sets us apart and makes us unique. In EMEA, we are smaller in size, though not scale which means that we are more entrepreneurial, nimble and flatter in structure.
What is unique about Nomura?
One of Nomura’s distinctive characteristics is that we are a financial services group that operates globally, but is based in Asia, with Japan being its “Mother Market.” We believe that in the future, we will be able to export our successful Two- Pronged Retail-Wholesale business model towards the rest of Asia.
Where is Nomura Research Institute?
Tokyo Head Office | About NRI | Nomura Research Institute (NRI)
Does Nomura have a research department?
Global Research. The history of Nomura’s research dates back to 1906, when it became the first company in Japan to establish a research department. Today, Nomura has 300 research specialists stationed in 15 regions around the world, covering politics, economics, foreign exchange, interest rates, equities, credit and quantitative strategies.
Does Nomura trade in the stock market?
Nomura International plc and its affiliates, in the normal course of business, may trade in the indices or the underlying currencies or in financial instruments that are linked to any of the relevant index constituents, and such trading activity may affect the level of the Indices.
Why choose Nomura as your investment adviser?
Nomura is not a designated investment adviser and the information is therefore provided on the basis that you have such knowledge and experience to evaluate its merits and risks and are capable of undertaking your own objective analysis of the Information with respect to your specific requirements.
What is Nomura Qis?
Nomura QIS provides state-of-the-art Quantitative Investment Strategies, offering our clients alternative approaches to capture risk premia. A challenging market environment has prompted growing interest in alternative strategies. Nomura’s QIS platform offers a range of solutions via transparent investable indices