Japan Post Bank’s departing portfolio investment chief names successors

Kunio Tahara, a senior managing director at Japan Post Bank, and Taiichi Hoshino, a managing director, will take the helm of Japan Post Bank’s ¥207.7 trillion ($1.89 trillion) investment portfolio, effective June 20, said Katsunori Sago, representative …
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