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Junichi UJIIE

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Junichi UJIIE

2011年6月,氏家纯一被任命为野村控股董事会高级常任顾问,之前他于2003年4月至2011年6月期间,曾任野村控股董事长。氏家纯一1975年加入野村证券1984年就任银行瑞士分行行长,1987年回到日本担任公司经营规划部总经理。1990年至1997年期间,他任职野村国际证券美国地区主管,并于1990年加入野村证券董事会。1997年,他被任命为野村证券社长兼首席执行官,并于2002年至2003年同时担任野村证券和野村控股的社长及首席执行官职务。除了供职于野村证券,氏家纯一在日本商业协会等机构也担任要职,在国际会议上也非常活跃。他是世界经济论坛国际商业委员会成员以及新加坡金融管理局的国际咨询小组成员,也曾任东京证券交易所所长、日本-美国商业交流会会长日本商业联合会(日本经济团体联合会)副主席等职位。此外,他还曾在东京大学经济学研究科高级金融研究中心担任主任,本人参与编撰、出版了多本经济与市场方面的著作,包括《日本金融市场的挑战》、《日本金融市场》和《凯恩斯主义–货币主义之争》等。氏家纯一1945年10月出生,东京大学经济学学士,1972年获伊利诺依大学经济学硕士学位,1975年获芝加哥大学经济学博士学位。

Junichi Ujiie was appointed Senior Advisor to the Board of Nomura Holdings in June 2011 after serving as the company’s Chairman from April 2003 to June 2011. Ujiie joined Nomura Securities in 1975 and became president of Nomura Bank Switzerland in 1984 before returning to Japan in 1987 to serve as General Manager of the Corporate Planning Department. From 1990 to 1997, he was President of Nomura Securities International in the United States and joined the Board of Directors of Nomura Securities in 1990. In 1997, he was appointed President and CEO of Nomura Securities, and from 2002 to 2003 he served as President and CEO of both Nomura Securities and Nomura Holdings. Outside Nomura, Ujiie ever held several key positions, including a member of the World Economic Forum’s International Business Council and the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s International Advisory Panel, Chairman of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Chairman of the Japan-U.S. Business Council, and Vice Chairman of Japan Business Federation in the past. Ujiie was also Director of the Center for Advanced Research in Finance at the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Economics and wrote or edited books on economy and market including “The Challenge of Japanese Financial Markets”, “Keynesian–Monetarist Controversy”, etc.Born in October 1945, Ujiie studied at the University of Tokyo where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in economics. In 1972, he received a Master of Arts in Economics from the University of Illinois and then in 1975 received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.