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    MOVES-Music keeps playing in FIG musical chairs

    Reuters – 9:03 AM ET 05/18/2015

    The spate of people moves in the European FIG DCM space is continuing apace with further departures and appointments at a number of banks. Frederic Louvard, a managing director in debt capital markets at Nomura, has left the bank. Louvard is thought to be joining Credit Agricole.

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    MOVES-Nomura Holdings, Deutsche Bank, Arma Partners, City Noble

    Reuters – 7:26 AM ET 05/18/2015

    The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Monday. CITY NOBLE. The pensions and investments advisory firm appointed Gavin Moffatt associate. ARMA PARTNERS. The mergers and acquisitions advisory firm focused on communications, media and technology industries appointed David Creamer partner in its Palo Alto office in California. DEUTSCHE BANK.

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    Nomura, RBS must pay $806 million in mortgage bond case: U.S. judge

    Reuters – 6:39 PM ET 05/15/2015

    A U.S. judge on Friday ordered Nomura Holdings Inc (NMR) and Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS) to pay a collective $806 million for making false statements in selling mortgage-backed securities to Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) . U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan entered the judgment after finding the banks liable on Monday following a non-jury bench trial in...

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    Nomura, RBS must pay $806 mln in mortgage bond case-U.S. judge

    Reuters – 5:54 PM ET 05/15/2015

    A U.S. judge on Friday ordered Nomura Holdings Inc (NMR) and Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS) to pay a collective $806 million for making false statements in selling mortgage-backed securities to Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac.

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    Nomura, RBS face $805 million damages after U.S. ruling -lawyer

    Reuters – 2:22 PM ET 05/12/2015

    A U.S. judge's ruling that Nomura Holdings Inc (NMR) and Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS) made false statements selling mortgage-backed securities to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could result in a judgment exceeding $805 million, a U.S. regulator's lawyer said on Tuesday.

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    PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - May 12

    Reuters – 12:43 AM ET 05/12/2015

    The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. * A Manhattan federal judge ruled that two banks misled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in selling them mortgage bonds that contained numerous errors and misrepresentations. * Television networks are offering new data-driven products to help advertisers reach targeted audiences even as they shift to digital and social media.

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    PRESS DIGEST- British Business - May 12

    Reuters – 9:12 PM ET 05/11/2015

    The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. The Times. ALL EYES ON INFLATION REPORT AS MPC KEEPS RATES ON HOLD. The Bank of England's monetary policy committee kept interest rates on hold at a record low of 0.5 percent for the 74th month in a row. SHATTERED CHINA CUP MAKER'S RECOVERY GETS PERFECT FINISH.

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    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - May 12

    Reuters – 7:52 PM ET 05/11/2015

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Headlines. Court finds Nomura and RBS misled investors. Shell secures conditional approval for Arctic drilling plan. Morgan Stanley (MS) oil business sold for $1 bln. Overview.

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    Nomura misled Fannie, Freddie on mortgage bonds, U.S. judge finds

    Reuters – 5:10 PM ET 05/11/2015

    A U.S. judge on Monday ruled that Nomura Holdings Inc (NMR) made false statements in selling mortgage-backed securities to Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) ahead of the 2008 financial crisis. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan ruled for the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the conservator for Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC), in a ruling that could allow the U.S. regulator to recover around $450 million.

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    Judge Rules Against Nomura in FHFA Suit

    DJ Business News – 5:05 PM ET 05/11/2015

    District Court judge on Monday said Nomura Holdings Inc. (NMR) wasn't truthful in describing mortgage-backed securities sold to Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC), giving a victory to the companies' conservator, the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Judge Denise Cote asked the FHFA to propose updated damages to be paid by Nomura and co-defendant RBS Securities Inc., which underwrote some of the investments. At the outset of the case, the FHFA asked for about $1.1 billion.

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    U.S. housing regulator wins bad-mortgage suit

    MarketWatch – 4:14 PM ET 05/11/2015

    District Court Judge Denise Cote found in favor of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which sued over false information about the quality of loans underlying securities Fannie and Freddie bought during the bubble. "Did defendants accurately describe the home mortgages in the offering documents for the securities they sold that were backed by those mortgages? Following trial, the answer to that question is clear, "Cote wrote.

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    US judge rules for FHFA over Nomura in mortgage bond lawsuit

    Reuters – 12:54 PM ET 05/11/2015

    A federal judge on Monday ruled that Nomura Holdings Inc (NMR) misled Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) by making false statements about the quality of mortgages that backed securities it sold. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan ruled in favor of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the conservator for Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC), following a non-jury trial that ended last month.

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    Nikkei ends higher, but off 15-year high hit in early trade

    Reuters – 2:13 AM ET 04/23/2015

    Japan's Nikkei becnhmark stock index closed 0.3. percent higher, having touched a 15-year intra-day high in morning trade, as investors bought large-cap and securities shares seen as undervalued and presenting strong earnings prospects.

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    Nikkei touches new 15-year high as securities, large-cap shares shine

    Reuters – 10:05 PM ET 04/22/2015

    * Securities firms Nomura and Daiwa rally * NTT Docomo (DCM) hits 11-year high By Thomas Wilson TOKYO, Apr 23(Reuters) - Japanese stocks rose on Thursday as investors sought to pick up stock seen as undervalued and presenting positive earnings prospects, with the likes of Nomura Holdings and large cap Japan Tobacco (JAPAF) surging on strong demand. The Nikkei benchmark climbed 0.3 percent to 20,190.22 after opening at a fresh 15-year high of 20,252.12. "Investors are expecting big gains from securities firms ahead of earnings season," said Makoto Kikuchi, chief executive of Myojo Asset Management. "They look good value." Nomura Holdings (NMR) rose 4.2 percent to their highest in a year, and has jumped over 10 percent since Wednesday. Daiwa Securities Group (DSECF) climbed 2.9 percent. Large-cap Japan Tobacco Inc (JAPAF) was Tokyo's biggest gainer, climbing 4.8 percent. The cigarette maker is the Nikkei's sixth largest firm by market capitalisation. Elsewhere, NTT Docomo Inc (DCM) rose 2.8 percent to hit an 11-year high. The Tokyo Stock Exchange's securities brokerage subindex rose 3.4 percent to its highest since January last year. Investors have snapped up banking, other financial shares and insurers this week, saying they look comparatively cheap. "The banks' underperformance in the last couple of years, has left them egregiously undervalued," said Stefan Worrall, director of cash equity sales at Credit Suisse, adding that strong earnings announcements by U.S. banks may have drawn attention to the Japanese banks. Big-name exporters Panasonic Corp (PCRFF) and Nissan Motor Co Ltd were up 2.3 and 1.2 percent respectively, boosted by the weaker yen. The Japanese currency fell through the 120 mark against the dollar for the first time in nine days. The positive mood offset a private survey on Thursday showing China's factory activity contracted at its fastest pace in a year in April. Japanese stocks have risen 15.8 percent this year, driven up by expectations of higher shareholder returns and an influx of money by public pension funds. The broader Topix climbed 0.4 percent, touching a fresh 7-1/2 year high of 1,633.81, while the JPX-Nikkei Index 400 also rose 0.5 percent to hit a record high of 14,825.53. (Reporting by Thomas Wilson; Editing by Shri Navaratnam)

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    Closure of Alexandria trade would cost Monte Paschi 1 billion euros

    Reuters – 3:57 AM ET 04/16/2015

    The European Central Bank has told Monte dei Paschi di Siena to close a loss-making derivatives trade with Nomura by late July, a move that would generate a pre-tax loss of 1 billion euros, according to a letter sent by the bank to prosecutors.

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    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - April 10

    Reuters – 8:23 PM ET 04/09/2015

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Headlines. GE TO SELL BULK OF $30 BLN PROPERTY UNIT. DEUTSCHE BANK FACES $1.5 BLN LIBOR FINE. LINKEDIN BUYS LYNDA.COM FOR $1.5 BLN. NOMURA AND RBS ACCUSED OF 'DECEIT' Overview.

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    Nomura blasts U.S. agency at mortgage bond trial's close

    Reuters – 4:36 PM ET 04/09/2015

    A lawyer for Nomura Holdings Inc (NMR) argued on Thursday that a U.S. regulator relied on "voodoo science" to pursue claims that the bank made false statements in selling $2 billion in mortgage-backed securities to Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac.

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    Nomura blasts U.S. agency's case as $1 bln mortgage bond trial closes

    Reuters – 1:49 PM ET 04/09/2015

    A lawyer for Nomura Holdings Inc (NMR) argued Thursday that a U.S. regulator relied on "voodoo science" in suing the bank for making false statements in selling $2 billion in mortgage-backed securities to Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac.

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    MOVES-JPMorgan Chase, StanChart, UniCredit, Citibank Korea, Nomura

    Reuters – 4:02 PM ET 04/01/2015

    The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Wednesday. JPMORGAN CHASE & CO. The financial services company appointed John Horner treasurer and chief investment officer, succeeding Craig Delany who announced his retirement last month, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters. WELLS FARGO ADVISORS.

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    MOVES-StanChart, UniCredit, Citibank Korea, Nomura, Cantor

    Reuters – 6:42 AM ET 04/01/2015

    The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Wednesday. CITIBANK KOREA. The South Korean unit of Citigroup Inc appointed Myung-Soon Yoo head of corporate banking, effective June 1. BARCLAYS WEALTH AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT. The investment management unit of Barclays Plc said it appointed James Buchanan-Michaelson as general manager of Barclays Bank SA.

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