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About Norinchukin Bank
The Norinchukin Bank (also known as Nochu Bank) is a Japanese cooperative bank, headquartered in Tokyo. It was founded in 1923 by the Japanese government to support its agricultural industry. It provides funding for agricultural, fishing and forestry cooperatives. The bank is also one of Japan’s largest institutional investors and invests in bonds, securitisation products, stocks, private equity and real estate, also through its overseas branches in New York, London and Singapore. The Norinchukin Bank adopted the Equator Principles in 2017, and is profiled as part of BankTrack's Tracking the Equator Principles campaign.
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The Norinchukin Bank is owned by its members: Japanese agricultural cooperatives, Japanese fishery cooperatives, Japanese forestry cooperatives, and related federations, as well as other agricultural, fishery and forestry cooperative organisations that have invested in the bank.
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Voluntary initiativesNorinchukin Bank has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
The Norinchukin Bank's web page on corporate social responsibility can be accessed here.