Japan’s biggest bank plans to slash branches 20 percent and trim payroll

The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Japan’s largest bank, is considering shrinking its domestic branch network by up to 20 percent to boost profitability, a source said Sunday. As more of the nation’s lenders struggle under extremely low interest rates …
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