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About Shinsei Bank
Shinsei Bank is the successor of the Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan (LTCB), which had a government monopoly on the issuance of many long-term debt securities. Following the collapse of the Japanese asset price bubble in 1989, the bank was riddled with bad debts and the government nationalized it in 1998. After several proposed mergers with domestic banks, LTCB was sold to an international group led by US-based Ripplewood Holdings in March 2000, the first time in history that a Japanese bank came under foreign control. LTCB was relaunched as Shinsei Bank (literally "Newborn") in June 2000, with new management and services. Shinsei Bank provides a full range of financial products and services to both institutional and individual customers. It is headquartered in Chuo, Tokyo.
4-3, Nihonbashi-muromachi 2-chome, Chuo-ku
Hideyuki Kudo |
President and CEO
|Annual report||Annual integrated report 2019-2020|
listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange
Shinsei Bank's largest shareholder is the Japanese government (18.1%). The bank's complete shareholder structure can be accessed here.
|Complaints and grievances||
Shinsei Bank operates a complaints channel which can be accessed here.
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Voluntary initiativesShinsei Bank has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
Shinsei Bank's web page on corporate social responsibility can be accessed here. Shinsei Bank mentions a Group Human rights policy in its ESG index web page, but the policy document is not publicly available.