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Nomura Asset Management Recognized in Asia Asset Management 2022 Best of the Best Awards

January 31, 2022

Nomura Asset Management Co., Ltd.

Tokyo, January 31, 2022 - Nomura Asset Management Co., Ltd. (NAM), the core company within the Investment Management Division of Nomura Group, today announced that it has received three awards in the performance category of Asia Asset Management’s 2022 Best of the Best Awards. Additionally, Nomura Asset Management Taiwan Ltd. received two awards in the Best of the Best Country Awards.

Performance Category

Award Name of Winning Strategy
US High Yield (10 years) NCRAM High Yield Total Return Strategy
Global Aggregate Bonds (5 years) Nomura Global Dynamic Bond Strategy
Asia Pacific Equity ex-Japan (5 years) Nomura Asia High Conviction Equity Strategy

Country Category

Award Name of Recipient
Best Equity Manager Nomura Asset Management Taiwan Ltd. (As a company)
CIO of the Year Vincent Bourdarie, Nomura Asset Management Taiwan Ltd.

The Performance Awards recognize the investment strategies of asset management companies that achieved strong investment performance during the evaluation period, with this year’s awards covering through the end of September 2021. This year marks the second consecutive year for the Nomura Global Dynamic Bond strategy to receive this award. The strategy has been popular with investors around the world since its launch in 2015.

The Country Awards recognize asset managers and fund managers for their excellence within a specific country or region. Nomura Asset Management Taiwan has been recognized as “Best Equity Manager” for three consecutive years and “CIO of the Year” for six years in a row.

Based in Hong Kong, Asia Asset Management was launched in December 1995 as Asia Pacific’s first trade magazine aimed at asset management companies, pension funds, and institutional investors. Each year, the magazine recognizes outstanding financial institutions and pension funds in the Asia Pacific region through its Best of the Best Awards. This year marks the 19th year of the awards.

NAM will continue striving to improve investment performance and deliver the most competitive products and services to both domestic and overseas investors, with the aim of becoming Japan’s leading investment company chosen by clients around the world.

About the 2022 Best of the Best Awards

  1. Asia Asset Management does not accept any liability or loss incurred by the use of or reliance on the awards for any particular investment or investments.
  2. Asia Asset Management accepts no responsibility for the complete accuracy of data, products, or materials accessed for these awards and therefore makes no representation concerning its completeness, truth, accuracy, or its suitability for any particular purpose.

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Investment Risks Associated with Financial Products

The financial instrument transactions conducted on behalf of the client shall include investments made in shares, bonds with new share warrants, bonds issued by public corporations, and other instruments (including cases where investments are made via investment trusts and through Limited Partnerships). Consequently, the prices of shares and other investments may decline as a result of the effects of domestic and overseas economic variables and political circumstances, fluctuations in interest rates, and changes in the performance and financial standing of the issuing entities, resulting in investment losses.
Financial products may also make use of derivative transactions. Such transactions utilize leverage in excess of the margin amount, and if prices change as a result of the fluctuations in the securities and indexes that serve as the underlying assets, it is possible that losses in excess of the amount of the margin deposited will be incurred. Also, the leverage rates vary continuously as a result of changes in investment policies and domestic and overseas market environments, and consequently they cannot be specified in advance. During the terms of derivative transactions, Nomura Asset Management shall deposit margins taken from the contract assets in amounts that it determines to be suitable based on calculations performed by the securities companies with which the orders are placed.

Trade name: Nomura Asset Management Co., Ltd.
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Membership: The Investment Trusts Association, Japan/ Japan Investment Advisers Association/ Type II Financial Instruments Firms Association


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