Venue : Morrison & Foerster, LLP
425 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
(Language : English with interpretation)
Japan’s economy may be barely growing as its population shrinks and ages, yet Japan’s stock market has nearly tripled in value over the past six years. Koichiro Miyahara, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Tokyo Stock Exchange will help explain this phenomenon at a luncheon program sponsored by the Japan Society of Northern California on September 11 at the offices of Morrison Foerster in the city.
President Miyahara will give an overview of the Tokyo stock market, the changing corporate governance picture in Japan which is helping make the Tokyo Stock Exchange an increasingly attractive place to invest, and the benefits of listing on TSE, especially for Bay Area start-ups who are interested in selling in the Japanese market. Please join us and take advantage of this rare opportunity for investors, asset managers, and financial service providers to engage with one of Japan’s top financial officials in what will be a fascinating presentation and dialogue.
Koichiro Miyahara is President and CEO of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and a Director and Executive Officer of the Japan Exchange Group (the holding company for the merged Tokyo and Osaka exchanges). Mr. Miyahara joined the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 1988 and has served in a broad range of positions, including an assignment as TSE’s chief representative in New York, and stints in public relations, information, and general affairs departments. In 2005 he became the CEO of ICJ, Inc, a platform to facilitate investor communication with listed companies. He assumed the post as President and CEO of TSE in 2015.
Please sign up early, as space is limited. NO WALK-INS.