Japan’s financial regulation shake-up seen as a game changer for banks

The Financial Services Agency is laying the groundwork for a regulatory overhaul that could lead to a shake-up in Japan’s ¥1 quadrillion banking industry. The agency is examining how to change the legal framework so that all providers of financial …
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