Even after hefty loss, Nomura capital ratio remains aloft

Nomura’s biggest quarterly loss for over eight years contributed to a ¥87 billion ($799 million) drain to its core capital, but a concurrent reduction in risk-weighted assets (RWAs) helped elevate its regulatory solvency ratio at year’s end regardless.  

Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) capital at the Japanese dealer tumbled 3% to ¥2.5 trillion in the three months to end-December on the back of a pre-tax loss of ¥76 billion, its biggest since March 2010. This could have put a hefty dent in the bank

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