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Mitsubishi Ufj Financial Group Inc  (MTU)
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Mitsubishi Ufj Financial Group Inc Segments

 
 

Business Segments IV. Quarter
Revenues
(in millions $)
(Mar 31 2016)
%
(of total Revenues)
IV. Quarter
Income
(in millions $)
(Mar 31 2016)
%
(Profit Margin)
Total
42,570.03 100 % 7,610.24 17.88 %

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Growth rates by Segment IV. Quarter
Y/Y Revenue
%
(Mar 31 2016)
Q/Q Revenue
%
IV. Quarter
Y/Y Income
%
(Mar 31 2016)
Q/Q Income
%
Total
-98.88 % -99.15 % -99.32 % -99.52 %

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Business Segments Description



Retail Banking Business Group

The Retail Banking Business Group covers all retail businesses, including commercial banking, trust banking and securities businesses, and offers a full range of banking products and services, including financial consulting services, to retail customers in Japan. This business group integrates the retail businesses of BTMU, MUTB, MUMSS and other affiliate companies of MUFG. We offer a full range of bank deposit products, including a non-interest-bearing deposit account that is redeemable on demand and intended primarily for payment and settlement functions. We also offer a variety of asset management and asset administration services, and trust products and other investment products, as well as other products and services described below.

MUFG, as an integrated financial services group, aims to respond to customers’ specific needs, utilizing its breadth of businesses such as commercial banking, trust banking, securities and credit card businesses. The MUFG Group is committed to offering customers safe and reliable services by strengthening frameworks for, among other things, customer protection, legal compliance, and security response.

Service Improvement Project

BTMU has launched a project titled “Do Smart„” with an aim to improve the quality of services for individual customers. In order to contribute to the lifelong wellbeing of customers and their families, this project focuses on enhancing online banking services with smartphones and other devices, and providing customized consulting to satisfy their needs.

Responding to Investment Needs

We aim to ensure that customers can adequately inform themselves of investment opportunities by providing various mediums such as appointments with representatives, seminars at branches with investment experts as lecturers, and “investment consultation sessions” on weekends and national holidays, and during evening hours. We have also been expanding our product lines, adding services such as investment trusts and foreign currency deposits, in order to be better able to respond to customers’ various investment needs. In addition, we have been working proactively to promote the Japanese individual savings account system, generally referred to as the NISA program, which offers tax exemptions on capital gains and dividend income for investments up to ¥1.0 million a year for a maximum of five years. As of March 31, 2015, we had approximately 693,000 NISA accounts.

We have focused on strengthening collaboration among group companies. For example, foreign bonds made available by MUMSS and other group securities companies are also available at BTMU and MUTB. Also, BTMU provides “Retail Money Desk” services at 64 branches across Japan, where investment experts seconded from MUMSS respond to customers’ sophisticated investment needs. We have implemented methods that are designed to better communicate information regarding product and service options to customers. The use of tablet computers enables BTMU’s sales representatives to propose products and services that match individual customers’ needs by showing them the latest market information, detailed information on major products and services, and asset management and life-plan simulations. All MUTB branches now offer “Private Account,” an asset management account service through which each customer can consult with his or her portfolio manager in person to manage investments according to a personalized plan.

Responding to Insurance Needs

BTMU acts as a sales channel for a variety of insurance products, including annuity insurance, single premium whole life insurance, flat-rate premium whole life insurance, medical insurance, cancer insurance and nursing-care insurance. Insurance-sales specialists (insurance planners) and staff members who have taken insurance-sales and other relevant training take care of customers’ various insurance needs. Individual annuity insurance, whole life insurance and medical insurance plans are available at all MUTB branches. Continued efforts will be made to further reinforce product lines and sales framework.

Payment Business

Mitsubishi UFJ Nicos offers a variety of credit cards, including “MUFG Card (Gold Card),” a credit card with an annual fee starting at as low as ¥2,000. With five international credit card brands (JCB, Visa, Master Card®, American Express® and China UnionPay) available, MUFG Card is designed to meet customers’ various needs. BTMU’s “Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ VISA” offers various reward programs, such as cash-back in exchange for earned points.

Corporate Banking Business Group

The Corporate Banking Business Group covers domestic corporate businesses, including commercial banking, investment banking, trust banking and securities businesses, as well as businesses outside of Japan assisting mainly Japanese companies in executing and expanding their operations. Through the integration of these business lines, diverse financial products and services are provided mainly to our Japanese corporate customers, from large corporations to small and medium-sized enterprises. The business group has clarified strategic domains, sales channels and methods to match the different growth stages and financial needs of our corporate customers.

Responding to Large Corporation’s Needs

We offer large Japanese corporations advanced financial solutions such as derivatives, securitization, syndicated loans and structured finance. Faced with the diversified and globalized needs of our customers, we also provide sophisticated solutions and strategic proposals through collaboration between MUFG group companies and BTMU overseas offices.

Responding to Small and Medium-sized Enterprise’s Needs

We provide various financial solutions, such as loans and fund management, remittance and foreign exchange services, to meet the requirements of small and medium-sized enterprise customers. We also help our customers develop business strategies, such as overseas expansions, inheritance-related business transfers and stock listings.

Transaction Banking

Our transaction banking operations support customers with capital management, focusing on cash management and trade finance. Through our global network we support customers who wish to establish a global manufacturing and sales network with our friendly services and commitment to quality.

Trust Assets Business Group

The Trust Assets Business Group covers asset management and administration services for products such as pension trusts and security trusts by integrating the trust banking expertise of MUTB and the international strengths of BTMU. The business group provides a full range of services to corporate and pension funds, including stable and secure pension fund management and administration, advice on pension schemes, and payment of benefits to scheme members.

Our Trust Assets Business Group combines MUTB’s trust assets business, comprising trust assets management services, asset administration and custodial services, and the businesses of Mitsubishi UFJ Global Custody S.A., Mitsubishi UFJ Fund Services Holdings Limited, or MFS, and Mitsubishi UFJ Kokusai Asset Management Co., Ltd., which was formed on July 1, 2015 through the merger between two of our asset management subsidiaries in Japan, Mitsubishi UFJ Asset Management Co., Ltd. and KOKUSAI Asset Management Co., Ltd.

Mitsubishi UFJ Global Custody and MFS provide global custody services, administration services for investment funds and fiduciary and trust accounts, and other related services mainly to institutional investors.

Global Business Group

The Global Business Group is charged with the responsibility of effectively coordinating and enhancing our group-wide efforts to strengthen and expand our businesses outside Japan. The Global Business Group is designed to clarify the leadership in, and enhance the coordination for, our business strategies outside Japan on a group-wide basis.

Global business development has been an important pillar of our growth strategy. Aiming to further raise our presence in the global financial market, we are shifting our approach from one where each of our group companies individually promotes its global business to a more group-wide approach. The new approach is designed to enable us to exercise our comprehensive expertise to provide our customers with value-added services more effectively.

Global financial regulations have become increasingly stringent in major financial markets, including the United States and Europe following the recent global financial crisis. Moreover, the importance of emerging markets in Asia and other regions has been rapidly growing. As a result, the business environment surrounding the international financial industry is becoming more complex. In addition, customers’ financing needs are becoming more diverse and sophisticated as their activities are becoming more globalized.

Amidst this dynamic environment, the Global Business Group covers our businesses outside Japan, including commercial banking services such as loans, deposits and cash management services, retail banking, trust assets and securities businesses (with the retail banking and trust assets businesses being conducted through MUB in the United States and KS in Thailand), through a global network of more than 1,150 offices outside of Japan to provide customers with financial products and services that meet their increasingly diverse and sophisticated financing needs.Global Markets Business Group

The Global Markets Business Group became the current business group on July 1, 2012 to cover the businesses specialized in financial markets products such as sales and trading, asset and liability management, and strategic investments globally on a group-wide basis.

The establishment of the Global Markets Business Group resulted in the expansion of the coordination between the Global Business Group and the Global Markets Business Group at BTMU and the collaboration between the two Groups and MUSHD’s foreign subsidiaries on some of those subsidiaries’ sales and trading businesses. Through this collaboration, we sought to strengthen the cooperation between BTMU and MUSHD of their markets businesses and to expand our client base while improving our trading capabilities to seize interest rate and foreign exchange market opportunities for loans and corporate bond transactions. In April 2014, MUTB began to participate in the Global Markets Business Group in an effort to more fully enhance our group-wide capabilities.

Sales and Trading

We provide financing, hedging, and investing solutions to our retail, corporate, institutional, and governmental clients, through foreign exchange, bonds, equities, derivatives, and money market products. We are actively developing innovative financial products and services to offer and provide through our global network, which is designed to promptly meet diverse customer requirements.

Asset and Liability Management

We manage our interest and liquidity risks residing in our balance sheets through, among other things, transactions designed to manage profit and loss impact attributable to interest rate movements based on our balance sheet forecasts, while aiming to maximize our profit at the same time primarily by investing in highly liquid government bonds such as Japanese government bonds and U.S. treasury bonds and also by utilizing other financial products such as interest rate swaps and cross currency swaps.

Strategic Investments

We seek to enhance our profitability and diversify our portfolios by investing in financial products such as corporate bonds and funds.


   

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