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Japan’s largest brokerage introduces ‘intrusive’ restrictions but Japan Tobacco says it will not affect close links
Financial group’s ban on smoking during working hours should worry Japan Tobacco
Watchdog finds banks exchanged sensitive information before auctions between 2007 and 2011
Nomura suspends head of prime brokerage after reporting biggest quarterly loss since 2008 because of debacle
By comparison, this week’s crypto-mania is almost a side show
After JPMorgan lost $6.2bn on credit derivatives, it recognised the necessity of a thorough public examination
Companies need to expand globally but often stumble abroad
Prime brokers quizzed by risk managers over how Hwang family office was offered so much leverage
Concerns over risk management cited as the banks face multibillion dollar losses
Banks face earnings hit following $20bn stock fire sale by prime brokerage client
Other participants may find themselves on the wrong side of a leverage gamble
Financial groups are just as exposed to wipeouts on careless investments as impetuous retail traders
Bank also hopes to benefit from M&A splurge by Japanese companies seeking growth abroad
Japanese bank benefits from wave of dealmaking driven by country’s companies
New chief has announced impressive results but he cannot count on good fortune to be repeated
French lender thinks it can avoid pitfalls associated with opportunist approach during a crisis
The territory is starting to look like the worst of all worlds for foreign banks, brokers and fund managers
Bank CEO’s comments come as US companies express concern over China’s security law
Kentaro Okuda will seek to reinvent Japan’s oldest brokerage with strategic shift
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Automated investing is on the rise, but many funds are struggling to meet expectations
Nomura’s attempt at sexing up risk goes awry.
Incoming chief needs to cut costs, digitise faster and instil new purpose
Kentaro Okuda to replace banker who led Japan group’s lengthy turnround effort
Ex-Deutsche Bank and Nomura staff sentenced in Milan alongside former managers at Italian bank