The Tokyo market has often been a difficult financial environment for the non-Japanese to understand. This volume, written for an international readership provides a study of the financial centre behind one of the world’s largest economies.
Table of Contents
List of tables and figures. Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part 1: Financial Structure and Deregulation 1. Historical Background 2. Financial Structure and the Flow of Funds 3. Financial Products, Interest Rates and Financial Deregulation. Part 2 Financial Markets 4. Short-term Money Markets 5. Foreign Currency and Euroyen Markets 6. Securities Markets. Part 3: Financial Institutions. 7. Private Depository Institutions 8. Private non-depository Financial Institutions 9. Government Financial Institutions 10. Foreign Financial Institutions 11. Interbank Clearing Systems. Part 4: Monetary Authorities and Monetary Policy 12. Monetary Authorities. 13. Monetary Policy. Future Outlook. Appendices. Bibliography. Index.
"Given that comprehensive books in English on Japanese banking and finance are few and far between, this books has teh potential to be a valuable resource." - Jackie Miyasaka, American Translators Association