Japanese regional financial giant tosses ex-government officials

TOKYO — Management at Concordia Financial Group, Japan’s biggest regional banking conglomerate, will no longer be controlled by retirees from the Ministry of Finance — first time in nearly seven decades for its subsidiary, Bank of Yokohama. The move …
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