Nomura’s tech revamp propels its global FX push

The bank hopes the overhaul of pricing tech and a new single-dealer platform will boost its FX business.

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Nomura is looking to broaden its horizons by extending its foreign exchange remit from a traditional focus on spot to provide services across all FX products.

To do so, the bank has embarked on an overhaul of its technology to offer more accurate—and faster—pricing along with a new single-dealer platform.

The bank hopes the push will give it an edge over competitors as a greater range of FX instruments move towards full electronification across regions, both in pricing and execution.


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