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Sonoko Hatchoji

Sonoko Hatchoji

(January 15, 1950)
Outside Director
Term of Office(as of June 2021):
3 years(assumed office on June 2018)
Number of Shares Held(as of March 2021):4,600

Career summary, position and responsibilities at the Company

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April 1972 Joined The Industrial Bank of Japan, Limited (currently, Mizuho Bank, Ltd.)
November 1993 Director, Vice President of IBJ International plc, U.K. securities subsidiary of The Industrial Bank of Japan, Limited
June 1997 Deputy Manager and Associate Director, Market Risk Management Office of The Industrial Bank of Japan, Limited
March 2002 Executive Officer of IBJ Leasing Company, Limited
April 2004 Senior Consultant of The Kyoritsu Risk Management Co., Ltd.
January 2006 Director of Yuki Management & Research Co., Ltd.
April 2008 Part-time Internal Auditor of Aetos Japan, LLC
April 2009 Executive Officer of FUJITA KANKO INC.
March 2010 Director and Executive Officer of FUJITA KANKO INC.
March 2011 Managing Director and Managing Executive Officer of FUJITA KANKO INC.
March 2013 Managing Executive Officer of FUJITA KANKO INC.
March 2015 Advisor of FUJITA KANKO INC.
June 2016 Outside Director of Nisshin Steel Co., Ltd. (currently, NIPPON STEEL NISSHIN CO., LTD.)
April 2017 Special Advisor to the President of Tsuda University
June 2018 Outside Director of the Company (to present)
June 2019 Outside Director of Daicel Corporation (to present)
Outside Director of Maruha Nichiro Corporation (to present)

Important positions concurrently assumed outside the Company

  • Outside Director, Daicel Corporation
  • Outside Director, Maruha Nichiro Corporation

Reasons for the nomination as Director

Ms. Hatchoji has significant knowledge and extensive experience in the areas of financial product development, loans and risk management at banks, and customer-centric marketing and management strategy in hotel management. She has also been providing advice to the Company’s management and carrying out appropriate oversight of business execution, using her diversified perspectives she has gained in the areas including educational reforms at universities, and if she is elected, the Company expects that she will continue to fulfil those duties.

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