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   Bad bank could help PSBs focus on growth: Experts  2021/02/09 01:54:40 Economic Times India
MUMBAI: A bad bank could be a boon for public sector banks saddled with a disproportionate share of the bad debt, which is restricting their ability to raise growth capital from the markets, experts tracking the banking sector said.The Union budget proposed an asset reconstruction company (ARC) to take over stressed debt from banks. However, with the government not allocating funds to capitalise the ARC, banks may be told to chip in to form the institution.“A separate bad bank, though late in the cycle, will ease up capital and management bandwidth to some extent and allow them to focus on growth, which in turn will arrest their market share loss to some extent,” said Anand Dama, analyst with Emkay Global. “Optically, a better balance sheet will also improve their prospects for raising capital.”In all, 9.7% of loans by public sector banks have turned bad at the end of September 2020, against 4.6% at private banks and 2.5% at foreign banks. According to experts, systemic corporate stress is in the range of Rs 5-6 lakh crore, out of which Rs 4 lakh crore is with public sector banks.Since large exposures have now aged and banks have improved their provision covers on such loans, they may not be willing to part with it at a highly discounted price.
   Kohl's, Sony, Overstock: 5 Top Stock Gainers for Wednesday  2021/02/03 18:27:45 The Street
GW Pharmaceuticals, Kohl's, Sony, Nomura Holdings and Overstock.com.
   White & Case Advises Nomura Capital Investment on Outsourcing INC's Take-Private Acquisition of CPL Resources | White & Case LLP (White & Case) | CompanyNewsHQ  2021/01/30 05:58:42 CompanyNewsHQ
(White & Case) Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Nomura Capital Investment Co., Ltd, as Lender, on the take-private acquisition of Dublin-based
   Goldman strategist joins chorus saying buy the dip in stocks  2021/01/28 13:10:29 Economic Times India
Market watchers at investment banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Nomura Holdings Inc. are among those expecting a turnaround.
   Surging shipping rates pose new headwind for the economy  2021/01/15 08:12:45 Economic Times India
Shocks to supply chains are engulfing a wider swath of the global economy as the pandemic rages on, threatening to stifle Asia’s trade-led recovery just as soaring freight rates make it harder for businesses to weather another year like 2020.Shortages of consumer goods like paper towels and work-from-home gear early in the Covid-19 crisis have given way to parts shortfalls in one of the most globally integrated of industries: auto manufacturing.Volkswagen AG was forced cut production plans at the world’s largest car factory in Germany and warned supply constraints might spread globally, while Honda Motor Co. is reducing output at five North American factories as it struggles to procure chips used to make cars.“The supply-side bottlenecks seem to be more pronounced in the U.S. and Europe where supply delivery times are slowing again,” said Rob Subbaraman, global head of macro research at Nomura Holdings Inc. in Singapore. “This is negative for industrial production in the west and should result in a sharper drawdown in inventories and upward pressure on output prices.”Compounding the industrial imbalances are transport woes plaguing consumer and health-care sectors still dealing with a dearth of available shipping containers to move components and finished products out of China, Taiwan, South Korea and Asia’s other export powers.Nerijus Poskus, vice president for global ocean at San Francisco-based freight forwarder Flexport Inc., reckons the world needs the equivalent of 500,000 more 20-foot containers -- roughly enough to fill 25 of the largest ships in operation -- to satisfy the current demand.
   Kohl's, Sony, Overstock: 5 Top Stock Gainers for Wednesday  2021/02/03 18:27:45 The Street
GW Pharmaceuticals, Kohl's, Sony, Nomura Holdings and Overstock.com.
   White & Case Advises Nomura Capital Investment on Outsourcing INC's Take-Private Acquisition of CPL Resources | White & Case LLP (White & Case) | CompanyNewsHQ  2021/01/30 05:58:42 CompanyNewsHQ
(White & Case) Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Nomura Capital Investment Co., Ltd, as Lender, on the take-private acquisition of Dublin-based
   Goldman strategist joins chorus saying buy the dip in stocks  2021/01/28 13:10:29 Economic Times India
Market watchers at investment banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Nomura Holdings Inc. are among those expecting a turnaround.
   Surging shipping rates pose new headwind for the economy  2021/01/15 08:12:45 Economic Times India
Shocks to supply chains are engulfing a wider swath of the global economy as the pandemic rages on, threatening to stifle Asia’s trade-led recovery just as soaring freight rates make it harder for businesses to weather another year like 2020.Shortages of consumer goods like paper towels and work-from-home gear early in the Covid-19 crisis have given way to parts shortfalls in one of the most globally integrated of industries: auto manufacturing.Volkswagen AG was forced cut production plans at the world’s largest car factory in Germany and warned supply constraints might spread globally, while Honda Motor Co. is reducing output at five North American factories as it struggles to procure chips used to make cars.“The supply-side bottlenecks seem to be more pronounced in the U.S. and Europe where supply delivery times are slowing again,” said Rob Subbaraman, global head of macro research at Nomura Holdings Inc. in Singapore. “This is negative for industrial production in the west and should result in a sharper drawdown in inventories and upward pressure on output prices.”Compounding the industrial imbalances are transport woes plaguing consumer and health-care sectors still dealing with a dearth of available shipping containers to move components and finished products out of China, Taiwan, South Korea and Asia’s other export powers.Nerijus Poskus, vice president for global ocean at San Francisco-based freight forwarder Flexport Inc., reckons the world needs the equivalent of 500,000 more 20-foot containers -- roughly enough to fill 25 of the largest ships in operation -- to satisfy the current demand.
   Masayoshi Son’s SoftBank Plans to Sell $973M Of Hybrid Bonds  2021/01/06 06:40:00 Forbes Middle East

Billionaire founder Masayoshi Son’s company plans to sell about 100 billion yen ($973 million) worth of hybrid bonds, a Bloomberg report said, citing co-lead underwriter Nomura Holdings Inc. The company plans to price the deal this month.

   Korean GDP to grow 3.6%, Kospi to hit 2,850 in 2021: Nomura  2020/12/10 06:15:02 The Korea Herald
Driven by the development of COVID-19 vaccines and their eventual distribution, South Korea’s economy will steadily recover in 2021, growing at 3.6 percent followed by a 0.8 percent contraction this year, according to Japan’s Nomura Securities on Thursday. “Amid the global capex (capital expenditures) recovery, current IT export products and new export products such as electric vehicles and biohea…
   Nomura to hire 100 for Asian wealth, fixed income expansion  2020/12/03 04:11:45 The Edge Markets
Nomura Holdings Inc. is on a hiring spree to bolster its wealth and fixed income businesses in Asia, key areas for growth at Japan’s biggest securities firm after its latest cost-cutting drive.
   Nomura to hire 100 for Asia wealth, fixed income expansion  2020/12/03 02:57:43 The Straits Times
HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - Nomura Holdings is on a hiring spree to bolster its wealth and fixed income businesses in Asia, key areas for growth at Japan's biggest securities firm after its latest cost-cutting drive.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
   Nomura embraces flexible work model for New York, London offices - Bloomberg (NYSE:NMR)  2020/11/20 15:52:10 Seeking Alpha
Nomura Holdings (NMR -0.3%) is in the early stages of planning a flexible work model in which about half of its corporate workforce in its international of
   Major investors launch plan to monitor corporate deforestation activity using satellites  2020/11/05 12:26:26 BusinessGreen
Engagement campaign geared at increasing supply chain traceability and reducing destruction of tropical forests will help reduce asset mangers' exposure to risk, according to investor group with €1.8tr assets under management A coalition of investors with €1.8tr in assets under management plan have teamed up to deliver a pioneering satellite monitoring programme for tropical forests that will assess retailers' and manufacturers' efforts to purge their supply chains of deforestation. The seven investors, which include ACTIAM, Aviva Investors, Fidelity International, Nomura Asset Management, and Robeco, intend to use imagery captured through a network of satellites to identify companies that are contributing to the deforestation of tropical forests through demand for products such as beef, soy, timber, and palm oil. Offending companies will be asked to publicly disclose their supplier lists for a number of 'soft' commodoties linked to high rates of deforestation, in a bid to improve traceability for investors and enhance manufacturers' and retailers' supply chain disclosure standards, the alliance said.

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