The Nomura Asset Management Group is a leading global investment manager which manages over US$410 billion of assets. Headquartered in Tokyo, Nomura has additional investment offices throughout the world including London, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Taipei, Frankfurt and New York. With a global workforce of over 1,200 employees it has been operating in Europe for the past 30 years.
Today Nomura Asset Management provides its clients with a wide range of innovative investment strategies including global, regional and single country equities, high yield bonds, alternative investments and global fixed income strategies.
Secure and stable foundations
The Nomura group of companies was founded in 1873. By the early 1920s it had grown to be the dominant force in Japanese financial services. Building on this success, the group entered the global arena in the 1950s.
Focused on investment management
The group's investment management activities are represented by Nomura Asset Management - Japan's largest independent investment manager and one of the industry's leading global players. Headquartered in Tokyo, Nomura Asset Management has dedicated investment management operations in London, Frankfurt, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Malaysia and New York. Assets under management total $410 billion and the organisation employs 1,263 people around the globe, including 320 investment professionals.
Extensive international client base
Nomura Asset Management counts among its clients many of the leading public and corporate pension funds, central banks, endowments, foundations, financial institutions, mutual funds, and individual investors from Europe to the Americas and the Middle East to the Pacific Basin.
$410 billion total AUM
Managed across a wide range of strategies for a diversified client base
217 portfolio managers
Located strategically around the world
65 research professionals
On the ground, in regular contact with the companies we invest in
Our long-term proprietary database holds over 30 years of analytical data
Source: NAM U.K., as at 30th September 2017