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I have been working at Nomura Securities as an intern (less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
The team was absolutely helpful in everything I did.
Tech Support not the place for me
Advice to Management
No advice, maybe more proactive with interns progress
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Nomura Securities.
The interview process was fairly standard. Took place throughout February. The first round was one 30min interview with two VPs, one in SP sales and one in Equity Research. The final round was a superday in their NYC office with two MDs. I believe each was about half an hour, but they could have been longer.
- Mostly fit questions. Honestly, I completely screwed up the first round technical questions (which weren't even that hard) because I didn't prepare properly, and was still invited back for the final round and eventually offered a job. I was asked how I would invest 1M dollars, what I think the position is, and my biggest strengths and weaknesses. In the final round I was asked a few brain teasers, nothing super technical though. Answer Question
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Nomura Securities International has its eye on fixed income, and we're not talking Social Security. The US-based division of Nomura Holdings, a top Japanese brokerage, provides securities research and trading, asset management, and capital markets services to individual, institutional, corporate, and government clients. It is a leading seller of Japanese equities in the US. The company's fixed income division underwrites and trades government bonds and derivatives. It ceased trading mortgage-related securities in 2007. Nomura Securities International opened its first US...