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Private banks get serious about Japan at opportune moment

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Few Asian markets hold greater potential for private banks than Japan. And yet few places seem more impenetrable than the region’s second biggest economy. A bewildering tangle of regulations conspires with a risk-averse culture to keep nearly US$18 trillion of household assets beyond reach. The deflation of the last 20 years only exacerbated the temptation to stuff cash under tatami…

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