Slowly rising sun

15 October 2010 By John Foley

The investment bank lacks the balance sheet of its universal rivals, and their U.S. presence. Nor do its bankers like being paid in Japanese stock. Two years after it snapped up Lehman’s international operations, Nomura still has a lot to prove and patience is running out.

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