Company Overview of Development Bank of Japan Inc.
Development Bank of Japan Inc. provides financing, investment, and consulting and advisory services in Japan and internationally. It offers medium-to long-term loans, syndicated loans, asset-backed loans, debtor-in-possession financing, project/structured financing, and real estate financing services. The company also provides investment services, such as equity, leveraged and management buyouts, and Mezzanine financing services. In addition, it provides mergers and acquisitions advisory services. The company operates through a network of 10 branch offices and 8 representative offices, as well as an overseas representative office. Development Bank of Japan Inc. was founded in 1951 and is hea...
Otemachi Financial City South Tower
9-6, Otemachi 1-chome
Founded in 1951
Key Executives for Development Bank of Japan Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Executive Officer & Head of Human Resources Management Department
Deputy President and Director
Deputy President and Director
Managing Executive Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Development Bank of Japan Inc. Key Developments
Development Bank of Japan Announces Board Changes
Jun 29 17
Development Bank of Japan Inc. has announced changes of director, audit & supervisory board member and executive officers. The following are the changes as June 29, 2017: Koji Narita as Director & Managing Executive Officer; Atsushi Kurashige as Audit & Supervisory Board Member; Masayuki Tsuda as Managing Executive Officer; Tsutomu Murakami as Executive Officer, Head of Human Resources Management Department; and Keisuke Takegahara as Executive Officer, Deputy Chief Research Officer, General Manager, Economic & Industrial Research Department, Chief Manager, Industrial Research & Customer Solution Planning Office Chief Manager, Sustainability Management Office, Corporate Planning & Coordination Department. The company has also announced the retirement of Naoki Enomoto as Director & Managing Executive Officer and Osamu Koyanagi as Audit & Supervisory Board Member.
Toshiba Reportedly Eyes Exclusive Sale Talks With US-South Korea Consortium
Jun 21 17
Toshiba Corporation (TSE:6502) will hold exclusive talks with a consortium of US, South Korean and state-backed Japanese investors to sell its prized memory chip business, reports said, as the loss-hit conglomerate scrambles to raise cash. The potential suitor is comprised of Innovation Network Corporation of Japan); Development Bank of Japan Inc., SK Hynix Inc. (KOSE:A000660) and Bain Capital, LP, the reports said, citing unnamed sources. However, the sale of Toshiba's profitable memory chip business, seen as key for the cash-strapped firm's turnaround, still faces hurdles as its US chip factory partner Western Digital Corporation (NasdaqGS:WDC) tries to block the sale with a court injunction. Contacted by AFP, a Toshiba spokesman declined to comment on the reports including whether it plans to hold a board meeting.
Toshiba Chip Unit May Postpone
Jun 20 17
A Japanese government-led consortium told Toshiba Corporation (TSE:6502) that it needs to resolve its legal dispute with Western Digital Corporation (NasdaqGS:WDC) before it will invest in the firm's chip unit, sources briefed on the matter said. The group includes a state-backed fund, Innovation Network Corporation of Japan, Development Bank of Japan, as well as Bain Capital LP. SK Hynix Inc. (KOSE:A000660) and the core banking unit of the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. (TSE:8306) are set to provide financing. The conglomerate had set its sights on choosing a preferred bidder at a board meeting on Wednesday, separate sources familiar with the matter said. It wants to reach a definitive agreement by June 28 2017, the day of its annual shareholders meeting. But the sources added that the condition set by the government-led group could prompt Toshiba to postpone the vote.
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