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February 1, 2008

HSBC opens Premier Centers in Japan

by Richard Kilner

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Yesterday HSBC Holdings PLC opened two private banking offices in Tokyo’s Akasaka and Hiroo districts intended to serve customers with a minimum of ¥10m.

The British bank has announced its plans for four more offices, named HSBC Premier Center, in Tokyo.

Another single office is planned for opening in Osaka, with more planned for other major Japanese cities.

Stuart Milne, HSBC’s Japanese manager, said at the opening ceremony in Akasaka that success is dependent upon fostering good relationships with customers, and that the firm would offer long-term service in Japan.

The new Premier Centers are open from Monday to Saturday, from 7am to 9pm.

Customers with less than ¥10m can open an account there, but must pay a monthly management fee of ¥5,000.

 

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