The Chiba Bank, LtdCompany Review & Valuation

8331
Tokyo Stock Exchange
Latest Price
623.00JPY
Market Capitalization
462.84bJPY

About The Chiba Bank, Ltd

The Chiba Bank, Ltd., together with its subsidiaries, provides banking products and services in Japan and internationally. It offers various deposit products, including current, ordinary, savings, time, and liquid deposits, as well as deposits at notice; and various loans and bills discounting. The Show more company also engages in securities, leasing, credit card, and credit guarantee business; management and collection of claims; and outsourcing of operational business. In addition, it rents and maintains office buildings and welfare facilities; purchases and sells supplies and consumer goods; and develops computer systems and commissioned computation tasks. Further, the company provides housing-loan guarantees and fee collection services; consulting services for portfolio investments of client financial assets; information and survey services; and accounting and administration, and temporary staff services. Additionally, it engages in the investigation and research of advanced financial technologies; and planning and development of financial services. The company serves individual customers; and regional small- and medium-sized, and middle-market companies. As of March 31, 2018, it operated approximately 181 offices, including 158 branches, 20 sub-branches, and 3 virtual branches; 48,635 off-branch ATM locations; 3 money exchange counters; 3 branches in New York, Hong Kong, and London; and 3 representative offices in Shanghai, Singapore, and Bangkok. The Chiba Bank, Ltd. was founded in 1943 and is headquartered in Chiba, Japan. Show less

Industry
Banks - Regional - Asia
HQ Location
Chiba, Japan

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