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Nomura Asset Management Co., Ltd.

Company Outline

President and CEO Kunio Watanabe
Address 1-12-1 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8260, Japan
Telephone 81 (0)3-3241-9511
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Capital 17,180 million yen

Nomura Asset Management Co., Ltd. (NAM) was established in October 1997 through the merger of Nomura Securities Investment Trust Management Co., Ltd. (founded in 1959) and Nomura Investment Management Co., Ltd. (founded in 1981).

With investment trust assets of 20,253.5 billion yen and institutional investment assets of 11,237.6 billion yen under management as of March 31, 2014, NAM has grown to become Japan's largest asset management firm by developing products that meet customers' needs, expanding research capabilities, increasing overseas clients, and by continuing to employ advanced risk management practices to complement rigorous compliance measures.

Our approach to asset management is based on a firm belief that investment performance comes from sound research and analysis of market fundamentals. Our research division, the foundation for value-added investment decisions, covers a broad spectrum, from global macro-economic trends to detailed assessments of individual companies.

We remain firmly committed to providing clients with reliable performance and the highest level of satisfaction.

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