Nomura Securities Co Ltd stands as a subsidiary of Nomura Holdings Inc. Today, the company announced that it will launch a new asset management application, going by the name of OneStock. This app was collaboratively developed through the aid of Money Forward Inc, a software company.
First iOS With Plans of Expansion
This solution will only be available to iOS for the time being, but Nomura has promised that an android app will be made available in due time. As it stands now, however, the app itself is only available in the Japanese language.
In regards to the app’s reasoning to launch, to begin with, Nomura explained that assets have become all the more important as people start to live longer. With an increase in healthy life expectancy, the useful lifespan of assets is increasing, as well, to which Nomura wishes to tap into.
The app itself was developed to help individuals understand this expected lifespan of their assets, in regards to their expenses, income, as well as current assets. With this, Nomura hopes to address the concerns of their clients in relation to managing and building their respective assets.
Providing Longer Asset Lifespan
Clients will be further capable of quickly seeing what types of assets they hold at the various different financial institutions, ranging from securities companies all the way to banking firms. These clients will then be capable of managing all these assets from that singular ap.
Nomura hopes that clients will gain better skills in considering which strategies to use to expand the life of their assets, due to their increased understanding of what they have, to begin with. Further plans from Nomura includes introducing more functions within this app. A prime example of this would be ones that allow for clients to view their assets, as well, such as real estate or health insurance.
Alongside this, the app itself stands to offer other services, as well. One such service is an asset report, which can be given monthly, as well as yearly. These reports will focus on the overall assets of the client, as well as any individual stock’s performance. Premium services will also be enabled on the app itself, which clients can leverage after paying a fee for it.
Nomura is still hard at work, ever-seeking to expand the scope of its business in both the private and the public side services. Through reliance on its expertise regarding face-to-face sales, the firm is aiming to provide their clients with new value through aiding them in building their assets.