Squeezed at home, Japan’s Nomura seeks to push into Wall Street’s home turf

HONG KONG/TOKYO, June 19 Under pressure in Japan from Wall Street rivals and anticipating more deals in the United States or by American companies overseas, Nomura Holdings is boosting its U.S. investment banking business, including some senior hires in …
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