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Author Tatewaki, Kazuo, 1935-

Title Banking and finance in Japan : an introduction to the Tokyo market / Kazuo Tatewaki
Published London ; New York : Routledge, 2012
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Series Routledge library editions: banking & finance ; v. 32
Routledge library editions. Banking and finance ; v. 32
Contents Banking and finance in Japan An introduction to the Tokyo market; Copyright; Contents; List of tables and figures; Preface; Publisher's acknowledgement; Introduction; Part I Financial structure and deregulation; Chapter 1 Historical background; Formation of Japan's modern banking system, 1868-99; Development of the banking system before the Second World War, 1900-44; Restructuring of the banking system after the Second World War 1945-54; Chapter 2 Financial structure and the flow of funds; Financial structure in the fast growth period, 1955-70; Financial structure in the 1970s and 1980s
Financial institutions for agriculture .forestry, and fisheriesChapter 8 Private non-depository financial institutions; Insurance companies; Finance companies; Securities firms; Securities investment trust management companies; Money market brokers and foreign exchange brokers; Chapter 9 Government financial institutions; General view; Postal Savings Service (Yubin Chokin Kyoku); Trust Fund Bureau (Shikin Unyobu); Government banks and OECF; Government finance corporations; Chapter 10 Foreign financial institutions; Expansion of foreign forces; Foreign banks; Foreign trust banks
Flow of funds analysisCorporate finance; Public finance; Chapter 3 Financial products, interest rates, and financial deregulation; Financial products; Interest rates; Progress of financial deregulation; Financial innovation; Impact of financial deregulation and stabilization policy; Part II Financial markets; Chapter 4 Short-term money markets; Call and bill discount markets; Gensaki (RP) market; Certificate of deposit (CD) market; Financing bill (FB) and treasury bill (TB) markets; Bankers' acceptance (BA) market; Commercial papers (CPs) market; Chapter 5 Foreign currency and Euroyen markets
Foreign exchange marketsShort-term foreign currency market (Tokyo dollar call market); Japan offshore market (JOM); Euroyen market; Chapter 6 Securities markets; Capital and securities markets; Corporate bond markets; Public bond markets; Non-resident bond (samurai bond and shogun bond) markets; Euroyen bond market; Stock market; Part III Financial institutions; Chapter 7 Private depository institutions; Classification and authorized foreign exchange banks; Commercial banks; Long-term financing institutions; Financial institutions for small businesses
Foreign insurance companiesForeign securities firms; Overseas foreign exchange brokers; Chapter 11 Interbank clearing systems; Changing structure of payment mechanism; Clearing houses; Domestic fund transfer settlement system; Automated clearing house (ACH); Shared ATM networks; Foreign Exchange Yen Settlement System; BOJ financial network system (Nichigin Net); Part IV Monetary authorities and monetary policy; Chapter 12 Monetary authorities; Ministry of Finance (MOF); Bank of Japan (BOJ); Chapter 13 Monetary policy; Objectives of monetary policy; Instruments of monetary policy
Summary The Tokyo market has often been a difficult financial environment for the non-Japanese to understand. This volume, written for an international readership provides a study of the financial centre behind one of the world's largest economies
Notes Operations of monetary policy
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 208-209) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Banks and banking -- Deregulation -- Japan
Banks and banking -- Japan.
Financial institutions -- Japan.
Monetary policy -- Japan.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Banks & Banking.
Banks and banking -- Deregulation.
Banks and banking.
Financial institutions.
Monetary policy.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0203109295