Geisha-Loans Bank Outshines Japan’s Behemoth Lenders

Lending is based on borrower’s personality rather than metrics Kikuno Kashima, a Tokyo geisha, couldn’t get a bank loan to open a club for her patrons and select guests until a tiny credit union agreed to lend her the money. Now she’s part of a …
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