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FinTech Global Inc (8789.T)

8789.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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8789.T

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FinTech Global Incorporated is a financial service provider. It has five segments. Investment Banking segment is engaged in the financial advisor business and finance arrangement business. Asset Management segment is engaged in the real estate related business focusing on the asset management, and the operation support business,... (more)
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Overall

Beta: 1.68
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥19,594.17
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 161.94
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  8789.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 48.20 28.56
EPS (TTM): -5.34 -- --
ROI: -10.78 3.58 0.42
ROE: -13.04 8.48 15.77

BRIEF-FinTech Global to sell Saitama-based property for 2 bln yen

* Says it will sell Saitama-based property for 2 billion yen on July 14

Jul 13 2017

INTERVIEW: U.S. derivatives regulator engages 'fintech' world seeking better oversight, compliance

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence) - The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has taken a lead among fellow American regulators in its “LabCFTC” initiative to engage emerging fintech and regtech companies. The effort seeks to enhance the agency's oversight of commodity and derivatives markets, but also to make compliance and regulatory reporting more effective for the industry participants.

Jun 06 2017

Fintech's decentralized nature challenges regulators as industry transforms banking

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence) - The ambiguous role of financial technology in transforming the banking sector, tenuous collaboration among banks and fintech companies, and regulatory challenges presented by fintech's decentralized nature are common themes emerging where industry participants and regulators gather.

May 25 2017

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