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CIO Trip to Japan
Corporate Governance: Reform or Box Ticking?


Date / Time

June 16, 2015  / 09:15 - 10:45


The Peninsula Tokyo


Akihisa Shiozaki

Other Panelists

Mr. Scott Callon (Chairman & Representative Statutory Executive Officer of Ichigo Group Holdings Co., Ltd., Member of the Council of Experts Concerning the Corporate Governance Code)

Ms. Yukiko Kuroda (Outside Director Marubeni)

Mr. Robert Alan Feldman (Managing Director, Chief Economist for Japan Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities Co., Ltd.)

Hosted by

Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities Co., Ltd.

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Corporate Governance

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