Nomura shareholders urged to reject CEO reappointment after information leak

A pedestrian walks past a Nomura Securities Co. branch, a unit of Nomura Holdings Inc., in Tokyo, Japan, on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016. Nomura's second-quarter profit jumped 31 percent as trading income made up for a slump in its retail brokerage business. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

Nomura Holdings Inc. shareholders should vote against the reappointment of its long-standing chief executive officer after Japan’s biggest brokerage was penalized for leaking market-sensitive information, according to Institutional Shareholder Services Inc.

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