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  • Daiwa profit jumps on Japan boom

    People & Markets | 03 May 2013

    Daiwa posted its highest quarterly profit in seven years in the first three months of the year, more than doubling the amount expected by analysts, as quantitative easing measures in Japan boosted profits at its wholesale banking division

  • Passersby are reflected on the company logo of SMBC Nikko Securities Inc in Tokyo

    SMBC Nikko plans London recruitment drive

    People & Markets | 26 April 2013

    SMBC Nikko plans to increase its overseas headcount by about 25%, with the Japanese firm launching a major recruiting drive in London – mainly in mergers and acquisitions, equity sales and on the syndicate desk.

  • Logo of IR Japan

    A case study for Japan

    Equities | 19 April 2013

    Japan’s first underwritten rights issue may be diminutive in size, but has attracted significant interest as a case study for the future.

  • An employee works behind a logo of Softbank Corp at its branch in Tokyo March 2, 2011

    SoftBank deal outperforms despite uncertainty

    Top News | 19 April 2013

    Despite the uncertainty surrounding Dish Network’s rival offer for Sprint Nextel early last week, SoftBank successfully priced its dual-currency bond offering on Thursday after a significant increase and at the tight end of talk.

  • Mini Japan CB boom

    Structured Equity | 12 April 2013

    Tokyo witnessed last week a mini-CB issuance boom, with three deals and total issuance for the week of ¥77.6bn (US$777m).

  • Japan welcomes the rights issue

    Equities | 12 April 2013

    After waiting for three years, Japan’s first ever underwritten rights issue launched on Friday. IR Japan, which appropriately enough is a company that offers investor relations communication services, will raise ¥1.01bn (US$10m) from the rights issue. The firm has a capitalisation of ¥27.3bn, based on last Friday’s ¥15,190 closing.

  • pro bond asia bonds

    Japan leads bid to lower bond borders

    Top News | 05 April 2013

    Japan’s main stock exchange operator, its Ministry of Finance and the Asian Development Bank are backing a plan to roll out a bond exchange for professional investors across Asia.

  • sharp business japan

    Sharp hits new year low

    Capital City | 03 April 2013

    Renewed speculation that Sharp is considering a ¥100bn (US$1.07bn) equity offering drove down its share price today to its lowest level since the beginning of the year. The shares lost 10.3% before rallying to close at ¥264, down 5.75% for the day, following reports after market close yesterday evening that the company had decided to raise ¥100bn via a public share offering.

  • A woman walks out from a branch of Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation in Tokyo

    SMBC sends in number two to run Nikko

    People & Markets | 28 March 2013

    Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation will send its deputy president Tetsuya Kubo to be the new chief executive of its investment bank Nikko, as the parent co

  • Japan Exchange sets sights on Asia

    People & Markets | 28 March 2013

    The newly merged operator of the Tokyo and Osaka stock exchanges has unveiled plans to expand in Asia as part of its first medium-term management scheme.

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