Japan’s biggest lender MUFG plans to slash workforce some 15% by 2024

Japanese banking giant Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group plans to shrink its domestic workforce by around 15 percent, the firm said Tuesday, tightening payrolls as it looks to bolster profits squeezed by ultra-low interest rates. MUFG announced it would lose …
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