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Nomura partners with Stakeholders to drive Sustainability

Nomura Holdings issued the Nomura Report 2020, an integrated version of the firm’s Annual Report and Citizenship Report. This year’s report focuses on the firm’s strategies for realizing its 2025 management vision.

As part of its vision to achieve sustainable growth by helping resolve social issues, which was announced in 2025. Nomura has created the concept of “Drive Sustainability.” to express its commitment to actively promote ESG and SDGs. It also introduces the firm’s approach to sustainable finance leveraging Nomura’s collective expertise and strengths, as well as consistent and effective disclosures aligned with the TCFDirecommendations.

Nomura partners with Stakeholders to drive Sustainability

“Drive Sustainability.” was created to enhance communication of the firm’s ESG and SDG initiatives to a wide range of stakeholders. Leveraging the strong relationships it has built, Nomura also aims to bring together the knowledge and expertise gained through its business with the strengths of various stakeholders to build a more sustainable world.

Read Nomura’s full news release about Drive Sustainability: Nomura to Partner with Stakeholders to Drive Sustainability

Find the Nomura’s Report 2020 here.

Nomura is a global financial services group with an integrated network spanning over 30 countries. By connecting markets East & West, they service the needs of individuals, institutions, corporates and governments through our four business divisions: Retail, Asset Management, Wholesale (Global Markets, Investment Banking and International Wealth Management) and Merchant Banking.

The Japanese financial holding company participates actively in various organizations and initiatives to contribute to the development of society at all times and to fulfill the Nomura Group’s corporate social responsibility as a corporate citizen. In 2015, Nomura became a signatory to the UN Global Compact, a principle-based framework for businesses, stated in 10 principles in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment, and anti-corruption.

Find more about Nomura’s Business Activities and CSR here.


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