Japans Great Investment Wave

Japans Great Investment Wave



After decades of stagnation and resistance to change, Japan is seeing signs of economic growth. Inflation is expected to increase this year, and corporations and public institutions are beginning to diversify by investing more capital overseas. This panel of experts will explore:

What government policies and structural reforms are in the works to further improve the gains of a radical reflationary program?
What are the most promising investment opportunities in Japan? Where can investors find value?
Will Japanese corporations, which are sitting on nearly $2 trillion in cash, continue their recent buying binge?

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Kotaro Tamura, Asia Fellow, Milken Institute; Chairman, Japan Intelligence Initiative; Former Senator and Parliamentary Secretary for Economic and Fiscal Policy, Japan

Victor Chu, Chairman, First Eastern Investment Group
Yasuhide Nakayama, Member, House of Representatives, Japan; Former State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Japan
Kiyotaka Sasaki, Secretary General, Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission, Financial Services Agency, Japan
Takumi Shibata, President and CEO, Nikko Asset Management

Published July 12, 2017