Nomura Bank (Switzerland) Ltd.

Nomura Bank (Switzerland) Ltd. (“NBS”) is primarily active as an intermediary and facilitates securities transactions on Asia Pacific exchanges on behalf of Switzerland based institutional investors.

More recently, a fully fledged execution and custody offering for Mainland China equities (“A/H Connect”) was added. The wider offering also includes Equity derivatives, Fixed Income structured products and related Investment Banking activities as well as the introduction of products of Nomura Asset Management.

The Bank also assumes the function as representative and paying agent for foreign collective investment schemes. These activities are complemented by Private Banking and all related services including, to a limited extent, the granting of loans. NBS does not undertake any proprietary activities.

Corporate Name Nomura Bank (Switzerland) Ltd.
Address Kasernenstrasse 1, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
Established 1974 (Nomura Europe N.V. acquires 60% of Trafitex S.A., Geneva)
Start as a Bank 1988 (Full banking license granted and name changed into Nomura Bank (Switzerland) Ltd.)
Regulator Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA
Shareholder Nomura Europe Holdings plc., London (100%); Ultimate shareholder: Nomura Holdings, Inc., Tokyo (100%)

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