Tokyo [Japan], 4 May (ANI): Nomura Holdings Inc. on Tuesday donated two million dollars (about Rs 15 crore) towards relief and recovery efforts in India to counter the recent spike in Kovid-19 cases across the country. Announced plans.
The money will be used to purchase and distribute the urgently needed oxygen machines, ventilators, personal protective equipment, test kits, and packages of daily essentials.
Kentaro Okuda President and Group CEO, Kentaro Okuda, said, “Nomura is ready to support our people and the wider community during this difficult time. We sincerely hope that our contribution will somehow relieve pain and suffering.” Will help. “
Nomura also plans to launch a global employee donation matching program in which employee donations of up to two million dollars will be matched by the company.
This funding will also be directed to continue to support immediately in the coming weeks and contribute to the recovery effort, it said in a statement.
Nomura is a global financial services group, with an integrated network in 30 countries. It has three business divisions: Retail, Wholesale (Global Markets and Investment Banking), and Investment Management. (ANI)