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Japan's Daiwa Securities Says Taking 5% Stake In Credit Saison
Credit Saison Co To Buy Back Up To 6.7% Of Own Shares Worth 10 Billion Yen
Credit Saison Co Ltd - Masahiro Yamashita To Become President And COO On March 1
Credit Saison Co.,Ltd. is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the provision of credit services. The Company operates in five business segments. The Credit Service segment provides credit card and servicer services. The Lease segment is engaged in the leasing business. The Finance segment provides credit guarantee business and other finance-related business. The Real Estate-related segment is engaged in real estate and real estate leasing businesses. The Entertainment segment is engaged in the operation of amusement business.
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Chief Technology Officer, Managing Executive Officer, Director of Digital Innovation Business, Manager of Technology Center
Senior Managing Executive Officer, Director of Sales Promotion Business, Director of Payment Business, Director
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Japanese stocks rose on Tuesday as signs of progress in developing a COVID-19 vaccine boosted investor confidence in the outlook for future economic growth.
Japanese stocks fell for a fourth straight session on Thursday, as investors were spooked by comments that the Asian country was on the verge of a coronavirus crisis and by a warning from U.S. President Donald Trump of a "painful" two weeks ahead.
Japanese fleamarket app operator Mercari Inc <4385.T> is buying rival cashless payments business Origami for an undisclosed sum, continuing consolidation in the fast-growing sector.
Japanese stocks rose on Tuesday by the most in a week on hopes that a weaker yen will support the earnings of the country's major exporters.
* Nikkei at new 1-mth high, posts biggest weekly gain since Apr
Japanese shares reached another one-month on Friday as better-than-expected U.S. economic data and hopes for progress from coming trade talks between the United States and China bolstered risk appetites.
Japan's Daiwa Securities <8601.T> and credit card company Credit Saison <8253.T> on Thursday announced a capital alliance in which they will develop new services, including a smartphone payment system.
Japan's Daiwa Securities and credit card company Credit Saison have agreed to a capital alliance under which they will also jointly develop a smartphone payment system, the Nikkei reported on Thursday.
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