Japanese investment giant picks Foxberry's ETF platform

Foxberry, an investment indices provider established by a group of Swedes who have previously worked at Nomura, notes that Nomura’s Next Funds brand is on a quick growth trajectory.

Nomura Asset Management is one of the largest asset investment managers in Japan with AUM of USD 570bn. | Photo: CARLO ALLEGRI/REUTERS / X90181

Nomura Asset Management (NAM) has chosen Foxberry’s platform in order to help grow its ETF business with new products and capabilities.

NAM, which is one of the largest asset investment managers in Japan with AUM of USD 570bn, provides Exchange Traded Funds under the “Next Funds” brand.

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