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Author Misawa, Mitsuru, 1936-

Title Current business and legal issues in Japan's banking and finance industry / Mitsuru Misawa.

Published Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, [2011]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  332.10952 MISA    AVAILABLE
Edition 2nd ed.
Physical description xviii, 577 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter 1 Introduction 1 -- Chapter 2 Tokyo International Capital Market for Foreign Issuers and Required Disclosure 19 -- Chapter 3 Japan's Big Bang Reform 65 -- Chapter 4 Banks and Bad Loans in Japan 95 -- Part 1 Bad Loans: A Comparative Study of US and Japanese Regulations Concerning Loan Loss Reserves 95 -- Part 2 Bank Director's Decisions on Bad Loans: A Comparative Study of US and Japanese Standards of Required Care 121 -- Part 3 Case Study of the Long Term Credit Bank of Japan 151 -- Chapter 5 Disclosure Principle in Japan 177 -- Part 1 A Comparative Study of US and Japanese Bank Directors' Duty of Disclosure 177 -- Part 2 Case of Seibu Group - Recent Problems on Japanese Corporate Disclosure System 201 -- Chapter 6 Sales Recognition in Japan and the US - Possibility of Adopting International Accounting Standard in Japan 223 -- Chapter 7 Japanese Issues and Perspective on the Convergence of International Accounting Standards 249 -- Chapter 8 Shareholders' Action and Director's Responsibility in Japan 295 -- Chapter 9 A New Trend in Japan's Security Regulations- Efficiency Test of US Laws in the Different Markets 369 -- Chapter 10 M&A for Foreign Investments in Japan 401 -- Chapter 11 A Recent Reform of Banking Law - US and Japanese Comparative Study on Creation of Legal System for Banking Agencies 443 -- Chapter 12 Japanese Shareholders' Lawsuits Concerning Political Donations 461 -- Chapter 13 Financing Japanese Investments in the United States: Case Studies of a Large and a Medium-Sized Firm 499 -- Chapter 14 New Japanese-Style Management in a Changing Era 515 -- Chapter 15 Successful Japanese Management Cases as a Contrarian 537.
Summary At a time when foreign interest in the current Japanese market and economy is significant and becoming increasingly prominent, Japanese corporate behavior and practices are two potentially confusing areas for international businessmen, accountants and lawyers. This book features numerous insights into Japanese perspectives on finance, law and business, based on the author's expertise in these three areas. As the data provided in this book is pertinent to understanding Japanese laws and business practices, this text will be of great interest to foreign companies aspiring to be successful in Japan.
Subject Banks and banking -- Japan.
Financial institutions -- Japan.
Banking law -- Japan.
ISBN 9789814291019 (hbk.)
9814291013 (hbk.)