Japan’s Nomura targets up to 90% jump in core pretax income in 3 years By Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) -Nomura Holdings Inc, Japan’s biggest brokerage and investment bank, said on Tuesday it is targetting an up to 90% jump in pretax income in three years as it plans to beef up digital and advisory services.

Setting out guidance in a mid-term presentation, Nomura said it would target annual pretax income of between 350 billion yen and 390 billion yen ($2.7 billion and $3.0 billion) for its three core divisions in the year to end-March 2025.

That compared to 205.2 billion yen it posted for the year ended in March 2022.