Join us at the APLMA - Japan Loan Conference
Market expectations are growing that the Bank of Japan could end its negative interest rate policy next year, in a move that would finally raise the cost of borrowing. Hear what loan market experts think about the potential implications of this and other key developments for banks and other lenders at our Japan Loan Market Conference.
The value of loans in Japan increased 3.1% year-on-year in August 2023, accelerating for the first time in three months and exceeding market expectations for a 2.8% growth. Outstanding loans held by the country's major, regional, and "shinkin" banks stood at 606 trillion yen. Major and regional banks were principal loan growth drivers, surging 3.5% and 3.4%, respectively, while "shinkin" banks added 0.8%. The APLMA Japan Loan Market Conference this year will be a perfect opportunity for leading bankers to discuss challenges and opportunities in the loan market in the year ahead. Participants will have the chance to meet and network with all corners of the market, from multinational corporations and SMEs, local and international banks, fintechs and alternative financiers, and more.
Key discussion themes for 2023
- Japan Loan Market Overview
- Sustainable Financing in Japan
- Green & Sustainability-Linked Loans
- Opportunities for Japanese Banks in Asia Pacific
- Leveraged Finance and Private Credit Market
Catch our solution experts and specialists onsite to learn how flexible, future proof lending solutions can accelerate new business models, enabling you to create new revenue opportunities while reducing risk – from the most complex lending to simple, high volume bilateral loans, including green and sustainability-linked loans.