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The China conundrum for wealth management companies

After Archegos, firms need to reassess risk of doing business in the country

Nomura Orient set up a branch in Beijing last December with the intention of starting operations in Shenzhen in July. (Source photos by AP and Reuters)

TOKYO -- In the wake of the Archegos debacle, Japanese financial companies should take more care in expanding their wealth management businesses in China.

Nomura Orient International Securities, a Shanghai-based Chinese joint venture between Nomura Holdings and a local partner, set up a branch in Beijing last December, intending to begin operations in Shenzhen in July.

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