Orix Corporation  (IX)
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Price: $74.4800 $-1.39 -1.832%
Day's High: $75.03 Week Perf: 3.7 %
Day's Low: $ 73.82 30 Day Perf: -5.4 %
Volume (M): 42 52 Wk High: $ 112.91
Volume (M$): $ 3,121 52 Wk Avg: $93.26
Open: $74.21 52 Wk Low: $70.59

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 89,736
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 1,205
 Employees 33,333
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 18,452
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 2,325
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -501
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 6,787

Orix Corporation

ORIX is a joint stock corporation (kabushiki kaisha) formed under Japanese law. Our principal place of business is at World Trade Center Building, 2-4-1 Hamamatsu-cho, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-6135, Japan, and our phone number is: +81 3 3435 3000. Our general contact URL is https://ssl.orix-form.jp/ir/inquiry_e/ and our corporate website URL is: http://www.orix.co.jp/grp/en. ORIX USA Corporation (“ORIX USA”) is ORIX’s agent in the United States, and its principal place of business is at 1717 Main Street, Suite 1100, Dallas, Texas 75201, USA.

ORIX was established in April, 1964 in Osaka, Japan as Orient Leasing Co., Ltd. by three trading companies and five banks that included Nichimen Corporation, Nissho Corporation and Iwai Corporation (presently Sojitz Corporation), the Sanwa Bank (presently The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.), Toyo Trust & Banking (presently Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation), the Industrial Bank of Japan and Nippon Kangyo Bank (presently Mizuho Bank, Ltd.), and the Bank of Kobe (presently Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation).

Our initial development occurred during the period of sustained economic growth in Japan during the 1960s and the early 1970s. We capitalized on the growing demand in this period by expanding our portfolio of leasing assets.

During this time, our marketing strategy shifted from a focus on using the established networks of the trading companies and other initial shareholders to one that concentrated on independent marketing as the number of our branches expanded. In April 1970, we listed our Shares on the second section of the Osaka

Securities Exchange. Since February 1973, our Shares have been listed on the first sections of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Osaka Securities Exchange (which was integrated into Tokyo Stock Exchange in 2013). ORIX was also listed on the first section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange from February 1973 to October 2004.

ORIX set up a number of specialized leasing companies to tap new market potential, starting with the establishment of Orient Auto Leasing Corporation (presently ORIX Auto Corporation) in 1973 and Orient Instrument Rentals Corporation (presently ORIX Rentec Corporation), Japan’s first electric measuring equipment rental company, in 1976. With the establishment of the credit company Family Consumer Credit Corporation (presently ORIX Credit Corporation, concentrating on card loans) in 1979, ORIX began to move into the retail market by offering financing services to individuals.

It was also during this time that ORIX began expanding overseas, commencing with the establishment of its first overseas office in Hong Kong in 1971, followed by Singapore (1972), Malaysia (1973), Indonesia (1975), the Philippines (1977) and Thailand (1978).

In the 1980s and early 1990s, ORIX established offices in Sri Lanka (1980), the United States (1981), Australia (1986), Pakistan (1986) and Taiwan (1991). The Japanese company Budget Rent-a-Car (presently ORIX Auto Corporation) was also established in 1985.

In 1989, we introduced a corporate identity program and changed our name to ORIX Corporation from Orient Leasing Co., Ltd. to reflect our increasingly international profile and diversification into financial services other than leasing.

In 1991 ORIX established ORIX Aviation Systems Limited in Ireland. In the same year, ORIX established ORIX Omaha Life Insurance Corporation (presently ORIX Life Insurance Corporation) and entered the life insurance business. In 1998 ORIX purchased Yamaichi Trust & Bank, Ltd. (presently ORIX Bank Corporation). In 1998, ORIX listed on the New York Stock Exchange (Ticker Symbol: IX) and, through registration with the SEC, has worked to further strengthen its corporate governance regulations. ORIX Real Estate Corporation was established in 1999 to concentrate on condominium development that was first begun in 1993 as well as develop office buildings in pursuit of improved real estate expertise. In 1999 we established ORIX Asset Management and Loan Services Corporation.

Since 2000, we have actively expanded our automobile-related operations by acquiring companies and assets. We combined seven automobile-related companies into ORIX Auto Corporation in 2005.

We have also continued our overseas expansion. In China, we established a rental company in Tianjin in 2004 and in 2005 established a leasing company in Shanghai. In 2009, we established a Chinese Headquarters in Dalian. We also set up local subsidiaries in Saudi Arabia (2001), the United Arab Emirates (2002) and Kazakhstan (2005).

In 2006, we entered the investment banking field in the United States with the acquisition of Houlihan Lokey, Inc. (“Houlihan Lokey”) (whose shares we partially sold through our wholly-owned subsidiary ORIX USA in August 2015). In 2010, we acquired RED Capital Group, a U.S.-based company that provides financing for multi-family, senior living and healthcare-related real estate development projects in the United States. In 2010, we also acquired Mariner Investment Group LLC, a leading independent SEC-registered hedge fund manager.

We managed ORIX Credit Corporation (“ORIX Credit”) over a continuous three-year period jointly with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation pursuant to an alliance established in July 2009. In June 2012, ORIX purchased all the shares of ORIX Credit, making ORIX Credit a wholly-owned subsidiary of ORIX.

In July 2013, ORIX acquired Robeco Groep N.V. (“Robeco”), a global asset management company based in the Netherlands, to pursue a new business model by combining finance with related services.

In July 2014, we acquired Hartford Life Insurance K.K. (“HLIKK”) (presently ORIX Life Insurance Corporation). In December 2014, we acquired Yayoi Co., Ltd. (“Yayoi”), a software service provider targeting small businesses.

In December 2015, ORIX and VINCI Airports S.A.S., an airport concession holder and operator based in France, established Kansai Airports to operate and manage Kansai International Airport and Osaka International Airport.

ORIX Group continues to provide innovative and flexible solutions to address changes in the market environment and customer needs. ORIX Group’s diversified business portfolio consists of six business segments: Corporate Financial Services, Maintenance Leasing, Real Estate, Investment and Operation, Retail, and Overseas Business. These business segments are closely integrated with each other to create greater value through sharing know-how and expertise.

ORIX Group, using its diversified business portfolio as basis, intends to capitalize on its business foundation, client base, industry know-how and accumulated expertise, to continuously improve profitability by providing high value-added services to the market. Furthermore, under our mid-term strategy of “Expansion in Non-Finance Business,” ORIX Group aims to achieve sustainable profit growth.

Our strategy of “Expansion in Non-Finance Business” consists of “Organic growth” and “New investment in key areas.” With these principles, we will pursue new business arising from the changing business environment.

“Organic growth”: Deepen our strengths and expertise to further expand our existing operations both in Japan and abroad. Those in Japan include fee business, automobile-related business, facility operation business, and life insurance business. Those abroad include automobile-related business, and further diversification towards non-finance business.

“New investment in key areas”: Continue to pursue new investment opportunities in key areas identified as the environment and energy-related business and principal investment in Japan and abroad, the network in Asia, global asset management, and concession business.

It is vital for ORIX Group to continue to maintain and develop a business structure that can be flexibly and swiftly adapted to the changing business environment. ORIX will take the following three steps in order to achieve the aforementioned Medium-Term Management Targets.

Further advancement of risk management: Fortify ORIX Group’s growth-supporting risk management foundation by enhancing the expertise necessary to manage risk, and further refining the ability to discern good risks from bad ones.

Pursue transactions that are both socially responsible and economically viable: Pursue transactions that are socially responsible from a social and environmental standpoint while providing products and services that are valued by clients and improve ORIX Group’s overall profitability.

Create a fulfilling workplace: Focus on ORIX Group’s strengths as a global organization to create a fulfilling work environment for all employees regardless of nationality, age, gender, background or position.

   Company Address: World Trade Center Building Tokyo 105
   Company Phone Number: 3435-1274   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE IX
   IX is expected to report next financial results on June 28, 2023.

Customers Net Income fell by IX's Customers Net Profit Margin fell to

-28.85 %

5.31 %

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