DSB Co., Ltd. engages in back-office, IT services, securities, and finance businesses in Japan. It offers outsourcing services, including account opening related services and electronic document management services; securities settlement/fund settlement services; inheritance procedure back office services; audit support services; system migration support and planning business services; and other securities business support services, such as stock information, subscriber information-related, investment trust-related, stock options administrative, company information, refunded postal management, order form verification, and customers settlement services. The company also provides market executive/clearing agency, financial products supply, account management institution, stocks and other indirect account management, financial institutions for collateral securities management, and commodity futures earmarking securities management services, as well as investment trusts, corporate bonds, government bonds, and indirect account management services. In addition, it offers electronic document management, documents/securities storage, prospectus management, mailing, and delivery services. The company was formerly known as Daiko Clearing Services Corporation and changed its name to DSB Co., Ltd. in October 2014. DSB Co., Ltd. was founded in 1957 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. As of April 1, 2014, DSB Co., Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.
dsb co ltd (8692:Tokyo Stock Exchange)
9-15 Shiomi chome
DSB group Shiomi building
Phone: 81 3 5665 3040
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