At 8 a.m. on Jan. 10, Takumi Shibata, chief operating officer of Nomura Holdings Inc., walked into the firm’s London boardroom overlooking the River Thames to try to salvage the 2008 acquisition of the European and Asian units of bankrupt Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.
The resignation of two former Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. executives from Nomura Holdings Inc. may allow Japan’s biggest brokerage to revamp a business that has stumbled since it bought assets of the failed U.S. firm in 2008.
Nomura Holdings Inc. named Steven Ashley as global head of fixed income following the resignations of two top bankers who joined when Japan’s biggest brokerage bought Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. operations in 2008.
Nomura Holdings Inc. ’s deputy global investment banking head, Christian Meissner , quit less than two years after he arranged the sale of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s European unit to the Japanese brokerage.
Nomura Holdings Inc. , Japan’s largest brokerage, plans to offer research coverage for 600 companies in the U.S. in a bid to boost revenue from the world’s biggest equity market, it told investors today.
Nomura Holdings Inc.’s deputy global head of investment banking, Christian Meissner, quit less than two years after he helped negotiate the sale of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s European unit to the Japanese brokerage.
Nomura Holdings Inc. executives attending the annual meeting for top managers in Tokyo this month witnessed an unprecedented event at the 84-year-old firm: The chief executive officer gave his address in English.