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Yuji leads the product and consulting areas of Moody’s Analytics Japan and has extensive knowledge of regulations and risk management practices among financial institutions. He provides clients with insight on regulatory compliance, ALM, liquidity, and ERM frameworks. He also functions as a main contact for Japanese regulators and financial institutions.

Before joining Moody’s Analytics in 2009, he worked for ex-Sanwa Bank, Bank of America Securities, Aozora Bank, and JP Morgan securities. He holds a Bachelor of Law from Tokyo University.

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