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Capital Markets and Corporate Finance in Japan

11.12.2003

Koordination: Andreas Moerke; Andreas NABOR (HWWA Hamburg Institute of International Economics)

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Japan's financial system has been undergoing dramatic changes for several years. The so-called "Japanese Big Bang" can be seen as a milestone in this process which is not finished by far, and even the direction sometimes seems unclear. Questions as to whether and to what extent Japan is moving towards a market-based system, and how Japanese and foreign corporations in Japan should deal with these changes must be discussed.

The symposium is aimed to identify the current status of these changes regarding to the legal and institutional framework as well as to the implications on corporate finance. It will provide a place of exchange between international scholars and practitioners from the financial industry.

Japanese-English simultaneous translation is provided.

Programm

09:30-09:50 Reception
09:50-10:00 Greetings
  Irmela Hijiya-Kirschnereit

10:00-12:15 Session 1: Capital Markets - The Framework
10:00-10:45 Change of the Japanese Financial System towards a Market-based System
  OSAKI Sadakazu (Nomura Research Institute)

10:45-11:30 Current Situation of Japan’s Banking Crisis
  HORIUCHI Akiyoshi (Chuo University)

11:30–12:15 Asian Financial Markets in Competition
  Andreas NABOR (HWWA)

12:15-16:30 Session 2: The Enterprises
12:15-13:00 Corporate Finance in Big Stock Corporations
  MIYAJIMA Hideaki (Waseda University)

13:00-14:30 Lunch Break
14:30-15:15 Corporate Finance in Small and Medium Enterprises
  Ulrike SCHAEDE (University of California at San Diego)

15:15-16:00 Corporate Finance at Foreign Corporations in Japan
  Andreas Moerke

16:00-16:45 Manager Remuneration – Linkage with Corporate Performance and Share Price
  SAKAMOTO Tsuneo (Meiji University)

16:45-17:00 Wrap-up and Closing Remarks

Veranstaltungsort

Otemachi Sankei Plaza
1-7-2, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004

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