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Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Toshiba Could Go Private To Heal

Toshibahas been in conflict with activist shareholders since a 2015 accounting scandal, followed by a massive write-down on its nuclear business the following year.

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Japan Bank Governor Nominee Charts Own Course

Kazuo Uedawill have his plate full when he takes over in the spring, with the market keen to see whether—and how soon—he will deviate from his predecessors controversial policies.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Japan: Regional Bank M&A On The Rise

Japan'spolicymakers are encouraging consolidation in the banking system, sparkinga wave of regional bank mergers and acquisitions.


Yen Loses Safe-Haven Status

The yen fell to its lowest level against the dollar in 32 years as the Bank of Japan continues to keep interest rates near zero while central banks around the world are raising rates to fight rising inflation.