FinanceAsia honoured the outstanding deals and houses in Japan at a special awards ceremony on July 29.
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FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal Japan's leading financial institutions and deal makers.
The Taiwanese manufacturer is likely to look to build international electronic appliances and devices distribution with the Japanese name.
The private equity firm is looking to help the Japanese software company expand in cloud computing.
The private equity firm has invested in GGC, owner of the bean sprout brand “Meisui Bijin”.
FinanceAsia is pleased to invite Japan's leading financial institutions to submit their pitches for this year's awards.