Marketing Financial Products to Japanese Investors

11/20/2013 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST

Finance | Japan, Capital Markets + Securities Law | Japan, and Securities Enforcement

Mitsutoshi Uchida

Mitsutoshi Uchida


In light of more than the 10-year low interest rate environment in Japan, Japanese institutional investors and pension funds are showing greater interest in financial products offered by non-Japanese entities, including not only traditional stocks and bonds but also alternative investments such as real estate and hedge funds. In addition, in response to recent securities law scandals, there have been some recent regulatory developments that have an impact in this area. This seminar highlights the Japanese securities law framework, as well as practical issues that frequently come up, regarding capital-raising activities in Japan by foreign issuers and investment managers.

Specific Topics Include :

  • Private Placement Exemptions
  • Marketing
  • Licensing and Regulatory Filings for Different Products

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