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“Our key words are ‘America’, ‘corporate clients’ and ‘solutions business’,” Koji Nagai told Reuters in an interview. He said Nomura’s global markets business – involving the trading of fixed income and equity – remains an important source of revenue but is not currently under consideration for further expansion collectible cufflinks. “Rather, our focus is on advisory and primary business, which are not subject to market risks to the same degree and do not use our balance sheet much,” he said. Primary business includes helping client companies issue stocks and bonds..

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The U.S collectible cufflinks. push comes after major restructuring in 2016, which included significantly shrinking its European operations, resulting from its acquisition of Lehman Brothers’ Asian and European businesses in 2008. Nomura suffered three consecutive quarters of pretax loss in its overseas business through September. Earnings in the latest quarter were also weighed down by a one-time 20 billion yen ($181 million) charge, part of a settlement with U.S. authorities regarding the sale of residential mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis..

TOKYO (Reuters) – Hong Kong-based activist fund Argyle Street Management asked Japan’s Toshiba Corp (6502.T) on Thursday to exit more non-core businesses such as office machinery company Toshiba TEC (6588.T) to bolster margins of the once-mighty conglomerate. Toshiba has already announced exits from its British nuclear power and U.S. LNG businesses as part of a plan to regain investor confidence after a 2015 accounting scandal uncovered widespread irregularities and forced it to recognize huge cost overruns at its now-bankrupt U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse collectible cufflinks.

“We believe that further firm commitments to divest other non-core businesses (such as Toshiba TEC for instance), would be well received and affirms management’s commitment to decisive execution of its plans,” the investment fund said in a letter sent to Toshiba CEO Nobuaki Kurumatani and shown to Reuters. The fund also reiterated its call for the company to boost share buybacks to 1.1 trillion yen ($901.5 million), calling its current 700 billion yen repurchase launched in November “grossly insufficient” collectible cufflinks.