Japanese Bankers Association


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Japanese Bankers Association

An organization in Japan that represents banks and bank holding companies. It promotes compliance, helps set standards, and lobbies for favorable legislation. It traces its origins to 1945.
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They said the LDP has informally requested the donations from the nine major "city" commercial banks and the Industrial Bank of Japan through the Japanese Bankers Association.
He worked as chairman of the Japanese Bankers Association between 1999 and 2000.
Meanwhile, the Tokyo metropolitan government on Monday explained the plan to the Japanese Bankers Association, only to draw renewed broadsides from bankers.
The guidelines, which are under preparation jointly by the Japanese Bankers Association and the Federation of Economic Organizations (Keidanren), will pave the way for clear-cut procedures to rehabilitate troubled companies through loan forgiveness, Yanagisawa said at a lecture meeting.
There is a need for the Bank of Japan to promote discussions (on antideflation policies) without exception,'' Masashi Teranishi, chairman of the Japanese Bankers Association, said at a regular news conference.
subprime mortgage turbulence, the Japanese Bankers Association said Friday.
Masashi Teranishi, chairman of the Japanese Bankers Association, said in a statement his association is concerned about the confusion that the introduction of the new account could cause and about increased burdens on banks.
Keidanren is currently working with the Japanese Bankers Association to map out such conditions as ''debt waiving guidelines'' in order to promote bad-loan disposals by banks.
Seiji Sugiyama, chairman of the Japanese Bankers Association, however, appeared unconcerned about the negative impact of the subprime crisis on Japanese banks.
TOKYO - Japanese Bankers Association Chairman Masayuki Oku on Tuesday shrugged off worries about the adverse effect of the U.
TOKYO - The Japanese Bankers Association is considering setting up a database on organized crime and other antisocial groups to be shared by member banks, sources close to the matter said Wednesday.
TOKYO - The outstanding balance of loans at six Japanese ''city'' banks with nationwide branch networks scored the first year-on-year growth in eight years in 2006, supported by increasing loans to companies amid the economic recovery, the Japanese Bankers Association said Thursday.
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