Top Japanese Bank, the EU’s contacts with customers over Germany to move leaving the UK for fear

  • Top Japanese Bank, the EU’s contacts with customers over Germany to move leaving the UK for fear
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    Japanese banking giant Nomura began to contact customers for transfer of business from London to Germany, as it ramps up preparation for a tough quarter, and month.
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Japanese banking giant Nomura began to contact customers for transfer of business from London to Germany, as it ramps up preparation for a tough quarter, and month.

Customers EU trading unit are requested to collect the documents that will allow them to do business with a new Nomura Frankfurt the face, which was granted in the securities trading license the German regulator in June.

His new entity – which will operate as Nomura financial products in Europe or the NFPE – will have its headquarters in the German financial center with branches in Finland, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden.

A copy of the letter sent to customers, seen by the press Association, said: “We are ready to start adaptation of customers to the entity, so we are fully prepared in the case of “hard” British exit from the EU, i.e. that the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019 and UK financial institutions are losing the certification rights at the time.

“We recognize that the transitional arrangements, this period may be extended, but since it is not known how widely these systems can be, or what services they will cover, we are making plans to ensure that our services can continue without disruption in any way.”

Customers who use shopping services will collect the documents that will allow them to continue executing transactions and transactions with Nomura.

It is expected that the documents then have to go through the verification of the Bank before the account can be formally transferred to Frankfurt.

Nomura said it expects its operations to the EU will be ready for transactions, and transactions with customers in the first quarter of 2019, but said that official notice will be sent closer to the time after “the exact start date has been agreed”.

Press Secretary Nomura confirmed the contents of the letter, but declined to comment further.

It makes Nomura was one of the first London banks to appeal to customers in preparation for the post-British exit from the EU trade relations. (Press Association)

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