Not Held at Japan Society – Japan’s Problems and Emerging China: A Japanese Banker’s Perspective

September 20, 2007
Not Held at Japan Society – Japan’s Problems and Emerging China: A Japanese Banker’s Perspective

Presented by the Program on Alternative Investments,
Center on Japanese Economy and Business
A CJEB Distinguished Leader Lecture
Thursday, September 20
5:45 – 7:15 pm (reception to follow)

Held at 301 Uris Hall, Columbia Business School.

With
Masamoto Yashiro, Senior Advisor, Shinsei Bank, Ltd.
 
Introduction by
Alicia Ogawa, Director, Program on Alternative Investments, Center on Japanese Economy and Business (CJEB)
 
Moderated by
Professor Hugh Patrick, Director, CJEB, and R.D. Calkins Professor of International Business Emeritus, Columbia Business School
 
Co-sponsored by Columbia Business School’s Asian Business Association, Greater China Society and Japan Business Association.
 
Masamoto Yashiro is a senior advisor and former Chairman and CEO of Shinsei Bank, previously the Long-Term Credit Bank (LTCB), which was nationalized in October 1998.  In March 2000, a consortium of foreign investors led by US private equity fund, Ripplewood Holdings, acquired LTCB from the government.  

For more information and to register,
www.gsb.columbia.edu/cjeb/yashiro

  • September 20, 2007
  • 5:45 pm