Profile

Name

Japan Finance Corporation (JFC)

Purpose

JFC is a policy-based financial institution that aims to complement financial activities carried out by private financial institutions and contributes to the improvement in the living standards of Japanese people.

Establishment

October 1, 2008

Statutory Law

The Japan Finance Corporation Act

Head Office

1-9-4, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Governor & CEO

Koichi Hosokawa

Capital, etc.

Capital: 4,061.1 billion yen (as of Mar. 31, 2017)
Reserve fund: 1,833.9 billion yen (as of Mar. 31, 2017)

Branch Offices

Branch offices in Japan: 152
Overseas representative offices: 2

Employees

7,364 (budgetary fixed number for FY2017)

Total of Outstanding Loans: (as of Mar. 31, 2017)

Total of Outstanding Loans: 18,391.4 billion yen
Micro Business and Individual Unit: 7,059.7 billion yen
Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and Food Business Unit: 2,753.4 billion yen
Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Unit: 5,685.6 billion yen (Finance Operations)
Operations to Facilitate Crisis Responses: 2,824.2 billion yen
Operations to Facilitate Specific Businesses Promotion, etc.: 68.2 billion yen

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