Tightening controls

Private Banking - Japan regulation


Private bankers have made substantial profits providing Japan's wealthy individuals with complex financial products in the past decade. And it's no surprise that Japan is a key target market. Nomura Research Institute estimates the size of affluent and high-net-worth individual (HNWI) markets in Japan as of 2005 to be 813,000 and 52,000 households, respectively. Under its definition, an affluent household has net financial assets of between Yen100 million and Yen500 million, and an HNWI

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