Nomura Holdings has apologised publicly for leaking information used for insider trading ahead of share issues in Tokyo, confirming for the first time the Japanese bank’s role in a series of cases being examined by regulators.
On Friday Japan’s biggest brokerage expressed its “regret” that “non-public information was received from Nomura employees in such cases”. Without naming the cases, the bank said it “sincerely apologise[d] for the trouble this has caused.”
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