IBA Japan Webinar: JFSA Strategic Priorities in 2022

English

Overview of the event: 

Speaker:  Mr. Junichi Nakajima, FSA Commissioner
Date:       Tuesday, January 25th, 2022
Time:      15:00 – 15:30
Venue:    Webinar (Microsoft Teams or Dail-in)

This event will be held in English. Q&A responses will be in Japanese but translated to English.


Summary:

We are delighted to welcome Mr. Junichi Nakajima, Commissioner at the Financial Services Agency (“FSA”) who will be speaking to us about the JFSA Strategic Priorities in Financial Year 2022. 

The presentation will include discussions on the following:

  • International Financial Center Initiatives.

  • Sustainable Finance.

  • Supporting the Covid-Stricken Economy

Additional Notes:


Speaker:

Mr. Junichi Nakajima, FSA Commissioner

Mr. Junichi Nakajima, the Commissioner of the Financial Services Agency (FSA), joined the Ministry of Finance (MOF) in 1985 and took up his current post in July 2021 after having served as General Manager of the Japan External Trade Organization Vancouver, Director of the Debt Management Policy Division of the Financial Bureau at MOF, Deputy Director-General of the Planning and Coordination Bureau (responsible for financial markets and exchanges), Vice Commissioner for Strategy Development and Management Bureau, Director-General of the Policy and Markets Bureau, Director-General of the Strategy Development and Management Bureau, at the FSA. As Deputy Director-General of the Planning and Coordination Bureau (responsible for financial markets and exchanges), Mr. Nakajima was involved in the amendments (in 2017) to establish a new system in relation to High Speed Trading of shares and other types of financial instruments. As Director-General of the Policy and Markets Bureau he was also responsible for establishing a comprehensive exchange of views to establish the status of the Japanese market as an international financial center. As Director-General of the Strategy Development and Management Bureau he was responsible for promoting sustainable finance. Mr. Nakajima graduated from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Tokyo in 1985 and received his master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University in 1995.


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