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History

Early in 1989
Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. (Tokyo) opens a representative office in Luxembourg to promote depositary bank clearing, custody services and general fund administration services.
February 1990
Nomura Bank (Luxembourg) S.A. ("NBL") is incorporated and obtains its banking license. NBL starts to provide fund administration and custody business services for plain vanilla international equity funds, country national equity funds and emerging market worldwide equity funds.
Early 2010
NBL enhances its operations (implementation of evening and night shifts work) and IT infrastructure to provide same day pricing and intraday NAV calculation for European and US portfolios which enables shorter settlement cycles for investors in Asia.
Evening and night shift funds become quickly one of the corner-stones of NBL's business which allow the bank to significantly increase its assets under custody and administration.
Early 2014
Global Funds Management S.A. ("GFM"), Nomura Group's Luxembourg based management company, acquires the Alternative Investment Fund Management license (www.gfmanagement.lu). GFM, authorised and supervised by the CSSF, has its own substance and offers a fully-fledged risk management platform to its clients who wish to setup Alternative Investment Funds ("AIFs").
Late 2017
GFM acquires the UCITS license and becomes a so-called "Super-ManCo". NBL and GFM start bespoke UCITS services and expand their product offering for Nomura Group and 3rd party clients.
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