The house of Nomura is one of several large financial conglomerates (or zajbatsu ) which currently influence the Japanese and world business environment. Though Nomura is not a recognizable name in most parts of America, the financial assets controlled by the group are enormous. Alletzhauser, an American stockbroker who spent two years in Tokyo, tells the history of Nomura from its beginning in 1872 through two wars to its present-day stature as one of the most influential financial groups in the world. The story abounds with insights into Japanese society and culture, making it a thoroughly captivating experience for a wide range of readership.
- Joseph Barth, U.S. Military Acad. Lib., West Point, N.Y.
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