Financial institutions

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ 
Tamachi Branch, Tokyo, Japan

BTMU is Japan's largest bank and has the largest overseas network of any Japanese bank, comprising offices and subsidiaries, including MUFG Union Bank and Bank of Ayudhya, in more than 40 countries and 1,150 offices around the world. MUFG is one of the world's largest and most diversified financial groups with total assets of JPY258.1 trillion as of March 2014. 


Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation 
Gotanda branch, Tokyo, Japan

SMBC is a Japanese bank based in Tokyo, Japan. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sumitom Mitsui Financial Group. SMBC is the second largest bank in Japan in terms of assets. SMBC is a network of 439 domestic and 16 overseas branches.



Mizuho Bank 
Hamamatsucho Branch, Tokyo, Japan

Mizuho Bank, Ltd is the integrated retail and corporate banking unit of Mizuho Financial Group, one of the three so-called Japanese "megabanks". Mizuho Bank has 515 branches and over 11,000 ATMs, and is the only bank to have branches in every prefecture in Japan. It serves over 26 million Japanese households and 90,000 SME customers. 


Sawayaka Shinkin Bank 
Tokyo, Japan, Central Branch

The Sawayaka Shinkin Bank operates operates as a community-based credit union in Tokyo. The company offers general banking services and financial services throughout Japan. The Bank provides deposits, loans and exchange transactions for businesses and individuals.



DBS Bank, Singapore

DBS Bank specializes in Asia region and offers a full range of services in corporate, SME, consumer and wholesale banking across Asia and the Middle East. It is present in 17 countries in Asia, and has over 250 branches in 50 cities.