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Foreign Banks in Japan Survey 2011

Foreign Banks in Japan Survey 2011

This publication is KPMG in Japan's annual survey of the published financial statements of foreign banks in Japan.The balance sheets and statements of income included in this survey are English translations of the 31 March 2011 condensed balance sheets for the sixty foreign banks registered in Japan and their related condensed statements of income for the year ended 31 March 2011. Among sixty foreign banks, Citibank Japan Ltd. and Shinhan Bank Japan are incorporated locally. The rest operate as branches in Japan.


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The condensed financial statements are prepared and published in accordance with the requirements of the Banking Law of Japan. All figures are principally based on such publicly available information. Additional information voluntarily provided by certain banks is also reflected in the condensed information. There may be revisions to the published financial information subsequent to 30 June 2011.

The banks are listed in alphabetical order and include rankings of the banks by total assets, by ordinary earnings (loss), and by expense/income ratio.

In accordance with the Banking Law of Japan, the foreign bank’s financial statements are presented in millions of yen.

This survey is part of a comprehensive series of publications issued globally by KPMG’s Financial Services practices.


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