miraca holdings inc
(4544:Tokyo Stock Exchange)
|Age||Total Calculated Compensation||This person is connected to 10 board members in 1 different organizations across 2 different industries.|
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Mr. Nobumichi Hattori has been a Visiting Professor of Finance Research Center Graduate School, Waseda University since April 2009. Mr. Hattori is a Visiting Professor of International Corporate Strategy Research Graduate School, Hitotsubashi University. Mr. Hattori served as Vice President at Tokyo Branch, Goldman Sachs Japan Co., Ltd., since June 1993 and its Managing Director since November 1998. He joined Tokyo Branch, Goldman Sachs Japan Co., Ltd. September 1990. ...
Shinjuku Mitsui BuildingPhone: 81 3 5909 3335
Tokyo, -- 163-0408
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