Foreign Banks in Japan Survey 2016 - KPMG Japan
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Foreign Banks in Japan Survey 2016

Foreign Banks in Japan Survey 2016

This publication is KPMG in Japan's annual survey of the published financial statements of foreign banks in Japan.The financial information included in this survey represents the English translation of the condensed balance sheets of fifty-five foreign banks registered in Japan and their related condensed statements of income as of and for the year ended March 31, 2016. Among the fifty-five foreign banks, Citibank Japan Ltd. and Shinhan Bank Japan are incorporated locally, while the remaining foreign banks operate as branches in Japan.


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The condensed financial statements are prepared and published in accordance with the Banking Act of Japan requirements. Similar to previous surveys, all financial information is extracted principally from publicly available information, specifically The Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, Fuji Sankei Business i. and the respective banks’ webpage, with the exception of certain information voluntarily provided by banking survey participants. We wish to thank the survey participants for their valuable contribution. Please note there may be revisions to the published financial information subsequent to March 31, 2016.

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

In accordance with the Banking Act of Japan, the foreign banks' 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 practice.


  1. About KPMG
  2. About this Survey
  3. Items of Note
  4. Summary of Banks
  5. Summary of Financial Highlights
  6. Financial Highlights by Bank
  7. Ranking by Total Assets
  8. Ranking by Ordinary Earnings (Losses)
  9. Ranking by Expense/Income Ratio
  10. KPMG Japan - Our Services

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