TOKYO (Reuters) – Nomura Holdings (NYSE:) Inc said on Monday it discovered a case that could subject one of its U.S. units to “a significant loss” arising from transactions with a U.S. client.
The estimated amount of the claim against the client is approximately $2 billion based on market prices as of March 26, the Japanese brokerage and investment bank said in a statement.
Nomura said it is still assessing the impact of the loss on its consolidated earnings.
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