Nomura Revamps Off-Balance Sheet Reporting Operations

LONDON--Nomura International, the London-based banking and securities trading subsidiary of Japan's Nomura Group, is re-engineering its regulatory reporting operations for its derivatives business. The changes will provide financial controllers with swifter access to derivatives credit risk and counterparty exposure information, according to officials at Nomura.

Separately, Geoff Doubleday, Nomura's managing director of information systems, says the bank is on course to go live with its Hoodini

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