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Stock Transfer Agency

The Stock Transfer Agency business concerns managing complicated administration related to stocks on behalf of issuers. The Trust Bank is one of Japan's largest stock transfer agency service providers in terms of number of clients, stock issuers and equity shareholders. The Trust Bank will continue to provide high-quality services leveraging its rich experience and know-how accumulated over many years at both The Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation and UFJ Trust Bank Limited, the predecessors of the Trust Bank.

  • Support for initial public offerings
  • Shareholder-relationship consulting
  • Stock administration consulting

Competitive Advantages

International Services

Japanese Market share for Number of Clients
Japanese Market share for Number of Equity Shareholders under administration

Our Clientele: Japan's Largest Companies

(Companies highlighted in yellow are the Trust Bank clients. Financial institutions and their parent companies are excluded from the list. Full names are abbreviated.)

Top Ten Companies by No. of Shareholders with Voting Rights

Name of Company No. of Shareholders with Voting Rights
(Thousands)
1. The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited 834
2. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 698
3. AEON Co., LTD. 656
4. Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings, Inc. 537
5. Sony Corporation 504
6. ANA Holdings Inc. 493
7. Panasonic Corporation 448
8. Nomura Holdings, Inc. 400
9. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp. 384
10. Mitsui & Co., Ltd. 376

Source: Kaisha Shikiho (Japanese Company Handbook) Spring 2017 Issue

Top Ten Companies by Market Capitalization

Name of Company Market Capitalization
(Billons of Yen)
1. Toyota Motor Corporation 19,365
2. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 11,128
3. NTT Docomo 10,595
4. Softbank Group Corp. 9,909
5. JT 8,322
6. KDDI Corporation 7,932
7.Japan Post Bank Co., Ltd. 6,183
8. Keyence Corporation 6,118
9. Japan Post Holdings Co., Ltd. 6,804
10. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. 5,646

Source: Yahoo! JAPAN Finance as of May 31, 2017