Japan’s Smaller Banks, Desperate for New Revenue, Turn to Dealmaking

In Japan’s traditional banking culture, advising a client to sell a firm was considered unseemly, even rude – implying that the business had failed. Yet more small business owners in rural areas are struggling to find successors because their children …
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