Japan

social impact


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According to new research, almost half of family businesses across the world are now including social impact investing as part of their philanthropic portfolio, highlighting the growing importance of the investment medium. The Family Business Philanthropy – Creating Lasting Impact Through Values and Legacy report, which was carried out by

Tokyo Stock Exchange Structured Products


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Japanese investors are moving away from negative rates and heading instead towards more structured products internationally, according to Bank of America Corporation. Assets such as debt backed by pools of loans are attracting Japanese institutions, the corporation said, citing the example of Norinchukin Bank, which recently snapped up over $2.9