Company Overview of Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
Mizuho Bank, Ltd. provides various financial products and services. The company’s deposit products include current and ordinary, deposits at notice, time deposits, specified deposits, deposits for tax, nonresident deposits in yen, foreign currency deposits, and negotiable and negotiable time deposits; and lending products comprise loans by bill, loans on deed, and overdrafts, as well as discounts for bills, bank acceptances, commercial papers, and documentary bills. It also offers financial products and services, such as investment banking and custodial, syndication, bond administrative, real estate finance, M&A acquisition finance and corporate restructuring, and project finance services, a...
Founded in 2002
Key Executives for Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Representative Director
Head of Financial Control & Accounting Group, Managing Director and Director
Head of Operations Group, Head of Information Technology & Systems Group, Deputy President and Executive Officer
Director, Chief Executive Officer of Mizuho Financial Group and President of Mizuho Financial Group
Executive Officer, General Manager for International Banking Unit and President of Mizuho Corporate Bank (China) Ltd
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Mizuho Bank, Ltd. Key Developments
Asian Development Bank Signs Public-Private Partnership Co-Advisory Agreement with Eight Global Commercial Banks
May 5 15
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed a public-private partnership (PPP) co-advisory agreement with eight global commercial banks, a move aimed at accelerating the flow of private funds into critical infrastructure projects in developing Asia. This agreement is the first formal co-advisory framework between a multilateral development bank and international commercial banks. The eight banks that signed the agreement are Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, BNP Paribas, Credit Agricole CIB, HSBC, Mizuho Bank, Macquarie Capital, Societe Generale, and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. The agreement was signed on the sidelines of ADB's 48th Annual Meeting of its Board of Governors, being held here from 2-5 May 2015. Under the agreement, ADB and the eight banks can work together to provide independent advice to governments in developing Asia on how best to structure PPPs to make them attractive to the private sector and to manage the subsequent PPP bidding process. The governments will, however, make the final choice of PPP winning bidders. ADB has estimated that developing Asia needs to spend $8 trillion between 2010 and 2020 on national infrastructure. Many governments hope to raise finance for energy, roads, railways, ports, airports, water, and other key infrastructure through PPPs. ADB, with its co-advisors, will help clients assess the future income flows of projects, bring international best practices to PPPs, and develop PPP capacity in the region to deliver bankable transactions. ADB has been supporting the efforts of countries in the region to improve their PPP regimes for some time. On 1 September 2014, it formally established the Office of Public-Private Partnership to provide independent transaction advice on specific deals and help countries improve their PPP knowledge and legal and regulatory frameworks.
Mizuho Bank, Ltd. and Mizuho Securities USA Announce the Hiring of Three Senior Debt Capital Markets and Two Senior Corporate Finance Executives
Apr 7 15
Mizuho Bank, Ltd. and Mizuho Securities USA announced the hiring of three senior debt capital markets and two senior corporate finance executives from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). The new personnel will combine with Mizuho's existing business strengths to create a more powerful corporate and investment banking presence in the U.S. with a wider range of funding and advisory solutions and increased product and sector expertise. The three senior debt capital markets appointments are: Jennifer Powers, Managing Director and Joint Head of Investment Grade Debt Capital Markets; Richard Smith, Managing Director and Head of Leveraged Debt Capital Markets; and Victor Forte, Managing Director and Joint Head of Syndicate. In Corporate Finance, the new hires include Donald Sutton, Managing Director and Co-Head of Origination overseeing the Healthcare, Real Estate and Basic Industries sectors, and Michael Keating, Managing Director and Head of Global Subsidiaries Coverage. The moves follow Mizuho's recent acquisition of a substantial amount of North American loan assets from RBS.
Mizuho Bank, Ltd. Announces Management Changes, Effective April 1, 2015
Mar 16 15
Mizuho Bank, Ltd. announced that the changes in executive positions. The company announced that Mr. Shusaku Tsuhara as Senior Managing Director and Senior Managing Executive Officer, Mr. Hiroshi Suehiro as Senior Managing Executive Officer, Mr. Takeshi Watanabe as Senior Managing Executive Officer, Mr. Masayuki Yonetani as Head of Internal Audit Group, Mr. Tomoshige Jingu as In charge of Corporate Banking, Mr. Keiichiro Ogushi as Head of Retail Banking Unit and Head of Corporate Banking Unit, Mr. Kazuya Kobayashi as Head of Investment Banking Unit and Head of Transaction Banking Unit, Mr. Masahiro Miwa as In charge of Corporate Banking, Mr. Kouji Arita as Joint Head of Operations Group, Mr. Takanori Nishiyama as In charge of Corporate Banking, Mr. Teiji Teramoto as Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa, Mr. Kenji Tsujitsugu as Head of Financial Institutions & Public Sector Business Unit, Mr. Masahiro Otsuka as Head of Personal Banking Unit, Mr. Hiroyuki Mori as In charge of Corporate Banking, Mr. Satoshi Ishii as Head of Human Resources Group, Mr. Hisaaki Hirama as General Manager of Nagoya Corporate Banking Division, Mr. Yasuyuki Shibata as Executive Officer, Mr. Koichi Iida as Executive Officer, Mr. Toyoki Oka as Executive Officer, Mr. Ryuuichirou Oomori as Executive Officer, Mr. Takeshi Oka as Executive Officer, Mr. Masanobu Kobayashi as Executive Officer, Mr. Tooru Koike as Executive Officer, Mr. Yohei Senba as Executive Officer, Mr. Hidenobu Mukai as Executive Officer, Mr. Masaki Seki as Executive Officer, Mr. Masamichi Ishikawa as Executive Officer, Mr. Nobuhisa Zama as Executive Officer, Mr. Motonori Wakabayashi as Executive Officer, Mr. Makoto Umemiya as Executive Officer, Mr. Goji Fujishiro as Executive Officer, Mr. Shuji Kojima as Executive Officer, Mr. Shuji Kojima as Executive Officer and Mr. Naoto Takahashi as Executive Officer. The company announced that retirements of Mr. Yasunori Tsujita as Deputy President and Deputy President & Executive Officer, Mr. Atsushi Narikawa as Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa, Mr. Shiro Tomiyasu as Head of Internal Audit Group, Mr. Masayuki Hoshi as Head of Financial Institutions & Public Sector Business Unit and Head of Transaction Banking Unit, Mr. Seiichi Kondo as In charge of Corporate Banking, Mr. Takeru Watanabe as Head of Personal Banking Unit and Head of Retail Banking Unit, Mr. Makoto Saito as General Manager of Tokyo Main Office and Tokyo Main Office Division No.1, Mr. Takahisa Shirota as General Manager of Kyobashi Branch Division No.2, Mr. Takeshi Aono as General Manager of ALM Division, Mr. Akira Nakamura as General Manager of Corporate Banking Coordination Division (Large Corporations), Mr. Yasuhiko Morikawa as General Manager of Financial Institutions Banking Division No.1, Mr. Tsuyoshi Katayama as General Manager of Main Office Municipal Division No.1, Mr. Masaya Hamamoto as General Manager of Corporate Banking Division No.5 and Mr. Shinichi Takiguchi as General Manager of Nagoya Corporate Banking Division. These changes are effective on April 1, 2015.
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