Excellent research, a commitment to developing listed products and timely solutions to problems posed by new regulations are just some of the factors that make Goldman Sachs stand out from the pack in Japan according to market participants.
Against the backdrop of a country getting back on its feet following last year's earthquake, a persistently low rates environment has not helped investors hungry for yield. Equity prices have also been struggling, with the Nikkei languishing around the 8,600
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