Nomura in talks to relocate European hub from London to Paris post-Brexit

Already planning broker dealer in Frankfurt

Jayna Rana
The French capital is being touted as an alternative hub for Nomura

The French capital is being touted as an alternative hub for Nomura

Japanese bank Nomura is in advanced talks with regulators regarding a move from London to Paris for its European lending hub as it considers its post-Brexit plans, according to reports.

Nomura wants to use the French capital as an alternative banking hub for clients who want to borrow from an EU counterparty, instead of continuing to deal with its existing Europe, Middle East and Africa...

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