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ABN Amro Japan  
ABN Amro founded in the Netherlands in 1824 by the world's leading global financial services, retail and investment banking, private banking and asset management to provide a wide range of financial products. ABN Amro in Japan is the first foreign bank to open a branch in one of the Netherlands Foreign Trade Association of Dejima in Nagasaki since the office opened in 150 years, the Japanese economy as good partners to contribute to the advancement KIMASHI hoop. Japan currently has about 210 personnel with the expertise boasts the banking and securities business ASETTOMANEJIMENTO to go through each company.

Aomori Bank  
Japanese bank headquartered in Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, in the Tôhoku region. Aomori Bank cooperated with other banks in the region to create a no-fee ATM network.

The Juroku Bank, Ltd., has its business base in Gifu and Aichi prefectures, the industrial center of the Chubu region of Japan. The Bank has played a pivotal role as a leading financial institution in the 130 years since its establishment in 1877.

For 129 years since its founding, The Eighteenth Bank, Ltd. has been one of the foremost banks in Kyushu. We have a solid network of 101 branches, with 90 branches, including our head office, in our traditional base of Nagasaki Prefecture, and 11 branches in nearby Fukuoka, Kumamoto, and Yamaguchi Prefectures, as well as in the major cities of Tokyo and Osaka.

77 Bank  
Headquartered in Sendai - the capital of Miyagi Prefecture - the Bank is the largest in the Tohoku region, with its branch network covering this area in northern Honshu, Japan's largest island.

82 Bank  
Branches of Hachijuni Bank can be found in Nagano, Gunma, Saitama, Niigata and Gifu prefectures, as well as in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya metropolitan areas. We also have an overseas branch in Hong Kong, as well as, the Singapore Representative Office, the Shanghai Representative Office and Hachijuni Asia Limited, a subsidiary in Hong Kong.

Aichi Bank, Ltd  
Aichi Bank is a regional bank whose business base is Aichi Prefecture, the central prefecture of the Tokai region, one of the country’s three main industrial areas.

Akita Bank Ltd  
Akita Bank Ltd is a regional bank based in Akita. The Bank provides general banking services including deposits, loans, foreign exchange transactions, and securities investments. The Akita Bank also provides financial services such as letter of credit, leasing, and credit cards.

Asahi Bank  
merged with Sanwa Bank (UFJ Holdings, Inc)then incorporated in Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ,Ltd.


Bank of Ikeda  
We are committed to "Reliability", "New Service" and "Innovation". The Bank provides the best possible service to our customers-just as we have been during for the past years.

Bank of Japan  
Central Bank. The Bank of Japan's missions are to maintain price stability and to ensure the stability of the financial system, thereby laying the foundations for sound economic development.

Bank of Kinki Osaka  
The Kinki Osaka Bank, Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Resona Holdings, Inc., engages in retail banking activities in Osaka, Japan. It offers various financial products, such as mortgage loans and no guarantee fee mortgage loans.

Bank of Kyoto  
Since its establishment on October 1, 1941, The Bank of Kyoto, Ltd. (hereinafter, “the Bank”) and its consolidated subsidiaries have achieved steady growth as one of Kyoto Prefecture’s core financial institutions. The Bank’s fundamental mission is to contribute to the greater prosperity of the local community and the development of local industries. As Kyoto Prefecture’s largest retail bank, the Bank of Kyoto vigorously carries out marketing activities aimed at providing customers with high-quality financial services.

Bank of the Ryukyus  
The Bank of the Ryukyus, Ltd. was established in 1948 under an ordinance of the U.S. military for the purpose of restoring financial order and stabilizing the currency in order to facilitate the sound development of the Okinawan economy.

Bank of Okinawa, Ltd  
The Bank’s main base of operations is Okinawa Prefecture, an island prefecture with abundant nature at the far southwestern end of the Japanese archipelago. It has a thriving tertiary sector, blessed with tourist attractions such as a subtropical oceanic climate and unique traditions and culture.

Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi  
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and UFJ Bank have been integrated into Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ on January 1, 2006.

Chiba Bank  
the Chiba Bank Group steadily achieved its aims by setting as its management goal “To keep evolving as an integrated regional financial services group”, and highlighting the key issues of “Ensuring a solid business base” and “Paying constant attention to the management system”.

Chiba Kogyo Bank, Ltd  
Chiba Prefecture, the Bank’s business base, is a leading industrial prefecture located on the eastern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu, facing the Pacific Ocean.

Chugoku Bank  
Okayama Prefecture, home to the head offi ce of Chugoku Bank, is situated approximately 700 kilometers west of Tokyo. Facing the Seto Inland Sea, the prefecture is known throughout Japan as “the sunny land” due to its mild climate and consistently fi ne weather.

Chukyo Bank  
founded in 1943, is a leading regional bank headquartered in Nagoya, Japan's fourth most prominent city following Tokyo, Osaka and Yokohama. Offering regional and comprehensive financial services, the Bank bases its operations primarily in the three neighboring prefectures of Aichi, Mie, and Nara.

Credit Suisse Japan  
Credit Suisse Group is a leading global financial services provider with operations spanning every continent and in all of the world's major financial centers.

Dai Nichi Ginkyo  
The second Association of Japanese Regional Banks offers an introduction to the measures taken by all members of the Second Association of Regional Banks to achieve their aims and objectives.

Daisan Bank  
provides banking services to retail and commercial customers in the Mie prefecture of Japan.

Daishi Bank  
Based in Niigata Prefecture on the western coast of Japan’s main island, Honshu, Daishi Bank is the oldest bank in Japan and the most influential institution in the prefecture. It was founded in 1873 as the Fourth National Bank of Japan.

Daito Bank, Ltd  
a regional bank based in Fukushima Prefecture, is the provision of financial services.

Ehime Bank, Ltd.  
Based on one of Japan's smaller islands, Shikoku, regional bank The Ehime Bank provides a range of banking and other financial services to residents of the Ehime Prefecture and to the larger Shikoku area.

Fukui Bank  
Since its establishment in 1899, Fukui Bank has striven to maintain sound management, and to grow in parallel with the regional community. The Bank owes its position today to the generous support it has received over the years from its customers, shareholders, and other stakeholders.

Fukuoka Bank  
The Bank of Fukuoka, Ltd., is one of Japan's top regional banks and maintains the leading position in its home market of Fukuoka Prefecture and the greater Kyushu region in western Japan.

Gunma Bank  
Since its establishment in 1932, The Gunma Bank, Ltd. has played the role of a leading regional financial institution in Gunma Prefecture and neighboring areas. Under its basic philosophy of “Dedication to Sound Development of Local Communities,” the Bank has given top priority to the growth of regional society.

Higashi-Nippon Bank, Ltd  
Higashi-Nippon Bank’s main operating territory is the greater metropolitan area made up of Tokyo and the five surrounding prefectures.

Hiroshima Bank - Hirogin  
Hiroshima Bank has put down deep roots in Hiroshima Prefecture, which has continually served as an economic, political and cultural center of the Chugoku and Shikoku regions.

Hokuriku Bank - Hokugin  
Hokuriku Bank has developed an extensive network of branches throughout the Hokuriku district. On account of trade through the Kitamae-bune or “Northbound Ships,” branches extended to the major cities of Hokkaido, enabling the bank to meet customers’ needs.

Hyakujushi Bank Ltd  
The Hyakujushi Bank, Ltd. is a regional bank headquartered in the city of Takamatsu, in Kagawa Prefecture. The prefecture is located on the island of Shikoku in the southwestern part of the Japanese archipelago.

Iyo Bank  
Founded in 1941, The Iyo Bank, Ltd. is a regional financial services institution with an operating base centering on the four prefectures of Shikoku and the Nishi Seto region of Honshu.

Kagawa Bank  
a regional bank based in Kagawa Prefecture with a network of 76 branches and 9 sub-branches, together with five domestic consolidated subsidiaries

Kanto Tsukuba Bank  
is a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Tsuchiura City, Ibaraki Prefecture. This bank was formed in 2003 as the result of a merger between the Kanto Bank and the Tsukuba Bank. Kanto Tsukuba Bank operates more than 75 branches and about 245 ATMs in the Ibaraki Prefecture.

Kirayaka Bank Ltd.  
Shokusan Bank and Yamagata Shiawase Bank are second-tier regional banks that have foothold in Yamagata Prefecture. They are core banks of Kirayaka Financial Group. The two banks under holding company Kirayaka Holdings had merged on May 7 2007 to create a new bank.

Kita Nippon Bank  
The Kita-Nippon Bank, Ltd. was established in 1942 in Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture, as a regional financial institution serving the Tohoku region of northern Japan. The Bank had 82 offices, including 2 sub-branches, mainly in Iwate Prefecture.

Kochi Bank  
Since its establishment in 1930, the Bank of Kochi, Ltd., has worked consistently to promote a smooth flow of funds in the local community based on the fundamental principle of providing trustworthy and extensive banking services through long-term and ongoing relationships with customers.

Kumamoto Family Bank  
The Kumamoto Family Bank was established in April 1992 through a merger between the Kumamoto Bank, Ltd. and the Higo Family Bank, Ltd., and while striving to fulfill its role as a leading bank in the region, it has achieved steady growth. Kumamoto Prefecture, the main operating base of Kumamoto Family Bank, is blessed with a moderate, warm climate and beautiful natural scenery, represented by Mount Aso and the Amakusa Islands.

Kyushu Bank  
On 1 April 2003, The Shinwa Bank, Ltd. and The Kyushu Bank, Ltd. amalgamated with its new name as “The Shinwa Bank, Ltd.” The new bank is headquartered in Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture, with its network spreading over the zone – Fukuoka, Saga, and Nagasaki Prefectures

Miyazaki Bank  
Miyazaki Bank and its eight consolidated subsidiaries engage in general retail banking and related financial services, such as leasing, credit guarantee and credit card businesses.

Mizuho Bank  
Fuji Bank, Japan's sixth-largest bank, in August 1999, announced plans to consolidate with the Industrial Bank of Japan and Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank to form the Mizuho Financial Group. Corporate headquarters are in Tokyo.

Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd.  
Mizuho Corporate Bank provides optimal solutions to the increasingly diverse and sophisticated needs of clients in the areas of both finance and business strategies, focusing its efforts on serving major corporations (such as those listed on the first section of domestic stock exchanges), financial institutions and their group companies, public sector entities, and overseas corporations including subsidiaries of Japanese corporations.

Nanto Bank  
The Nanto Bank’s domestic network of 129 branches extends beyond Nara Prefecture to the neighboring prefectures of Osaka, Kyoto, Mie and Wakayama, as well as the Kinki region and Tokyo.

Nishi - Nippon Bank  
The Bank’s domestic network covers 157 branches, focusing on Fukuoka Prefecture, the business center of Kyushu, and extending throughout Kyushu and beyond include Yamaguchi, Hiroshima, Ehime and Okayama prefectures, as well as the cities of Osaka, and Tokyo.

Norinchukin Bank  
"One for all and all for one" is not your usual investment banking slogan, but the Norinchukin Bank is not your usual investment bank. Norinchukin acts as a de facto central bank for nearly 5,000 agricultural,

Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank  
Since the establishment of Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank in March 1896, taking over the operations of the defunct 129th Bank, we have expanded through mergers and acquisitions to cover our current operating area, which includes not only the prefecture of Gifu, but also Aichi, Mie, and Shiga prefectures.

Oita Bank  
The Oita Bank, Ltd., was established in 1893 in Oita Prefecture, Kyushu, in the southwest of the Japanese archipelago. For more than a century, the Bank has provided outstanding financial services to individual and corporate clients alike and contributed significantly to the economic growth and prosperity of Oita Prefecture and the greater Kyushu region.

Shikoku Bank  
The Shikoku Bank, Ltd. has built a solid business base as a regional bank offering services that benefit the regional community. With the main client base originating from Shikoku, the Bank has 120 offices, branches and sub-branches that extend its services into cities such as Tokyo and Osaka.

Shimizu Bank  
The Bank has its headquarters in Shizuoka City,which has the Shimizu Port,the largest in the prefecture and the 8th largest in Japan. Shimizu Port,located halfway between Tokyo and Osaka,plays a significant role in international trade and economic development.

Senshu Bank  
a Japanese bank, headquartered in Kishiwada with 63 branches. It is traded on the Osaka Securities Exchange

Shonai Bank  
a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Tsuruoka, Yamagata Prefecture.The bank is relatively small, even among Japanese regional banks, and operates primarily in Yamagata, though it also operate branches in Sendai, Tomiya, Fukushima, Akita in neighboring prefectures, as well as in the capital of Tokyo.

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation  
As of the year 2006, SMBC was the third largest bank in Japan and the eighth largest bank in the world.

Taiko Bank  
Taiko Bank is a regional bank that is headquartered in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture. It ranks 3rd in the prefecture in size of fund volume.

Toho Bank  
As the leading bank in Fukushima Prefecture, Toho Bank has contributed to the prosperity of its local communities since being established in November 1941.

Tohobu Bank  
Tohobu Bank is a Japan-based regional bank which operates in five business segments. The Banking segment is engaged in the provision of banking services such as deposit, loan, commodity trading, securities investment, domestic and foreign currency exchange, bond registration, loan guarantee and others.

Tokyo Tomin Bank  
The Bank was founded in 1951 to serve an indispensable role as asecond-tier Tokyo bank, with the warm support of the Tokyo metropolitan government, financial circles, and industry, to carry out the key mission of small business finance.

Wakayama Bank  
Kiyo Bank and Wakayama Bank, both controlled by Kiyo Holdings Inc., merged and restarted as new Kiyo Bank on Oct. 10, 2006. The new bank becomes the only regional bank based in Wakayama Prefecture, western Japan.

Yamagata Bank  
Established in 1896, the Yamagata Bank has been the most reliable and accessible bank in the region of Yamagata.

Yamaguchi Bank  
Yamaguchi Bank is a major regional bank, with 156 branches and offices in Japan, principally in Yamaguchi Prefecture, and four business bases overseas.

Yamanashi Chuo Bank  
The Yamanashi Chuo Bank Group comprises the Yamanashi Chuo Bank and five consolidated subsidiaries. Centered on its core banking business, the Group provides an integrated financing service that includes a leasing and credit-card business. The Bank is the leading local bank in Yamanashi Prefecture, and its sphere of operations encompasses both the prefecture and the western part of the Tokyo metropolitan region.