DKB, J.P. Morgan to set up trust venture
Taira Hosaka (3rd from L), senior managing director of
Japan's Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank (DKB), shakes hands with Keith M.
Schappert, president of J.P. Morgan Investment Management Inc.
of the United States, in Tokyo on Oct. 1. DKB and J.P. Morgan and
Co. agreed to set up a joint investment trust venture early next year
as part of a broad capital tie-up between the two banks. DKB will be
the first of Japan's nine major commercial banks to form a capital
tie-up with a foreign financial institution.
- Product Code
- Registered date
- 1998/10/02 00:00:00
- Kyodo / Kyodo News Images
- Media size
- 1789 × 1228 pixel
- Deployment size
*File size when opened in Photoshop, etc.