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About Shinkin Central Bank
The Shinkin Central Bank is the central financial institution in Japan for the nationwide network of Shinkin banks comprising 255 banks and approximately 7,200 branches. Shinkin banks are cooperative financial institutions. Their membership comprises local residents and small and medium-sized enterprises. Shinkin banks were founded in 1951 and were created to serve some of the same functions as credit unions, but they can accept deposit from non-members (inside and outside their area) without limitation.
3-7, Yaesu 1-chome, Chuo-ku
Hiroyuki Shibata |
President & CEO
|Annual report||Annual report 2021|
listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange
Shinkin Central Bank is the central financial insitution for a network of Shinkin Banks, which are owned by their members. Shinkin Central Bank issues preferred shares, which are listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
|Complaints and grievances||
Shinkin Central Bank does not have a complaints or grievance mechanism for individuals or communities that might have been affected by Shinkin banks' financing.
Voluntary standardsShinkin Central Bank has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
Shinkin Central Bank does not have a web page on corporate social responsibility, nor does it have publicly available investment policies.