Nomura’s swaptions volume jumps in Q2 on Pimco trades

Counterparty Radar: Japanese bank triples size of US mutual funds book despite market contraction

Nomura

Nomura’s trading relationship with Pimco flourished in the second quarter of 2022, helping the bank become the largest foreign-owned dealer of swaptions to US mutual funds over the period.

The notional value of the Japanese bank’s swaptions trades with US mutual funds tripled to $17.7 billion in Q2 compared with the first quarter of the year, according to data compiled from filings submitted to the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Nomura’s Pimco trades accounted for $16.7 billion of that

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