This is how it starts.
The Japanese bank, which bought the European business of Lehman Brothers in 2008, said it was installing two beehives on the roof of its European headquarters in London. About 80,000 bees are to start producing honey there next month. Nomura plans to brand the honey with the bank logo and serve it at client breakfast meetings and other events, a spokeswoman said.
In related news, you get three guesses as to which chief executive is foaming at the mouth with jealousy but you'll only need one.
Nomura's Sweet Charity [Dealbook]