Royal Danish Embassy (in-person only)
DCCJ is happy to invite our members to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, March 16, 2022.
Time & Location
2022年3月16日 17:30 – 21:00 JST
Royal Danish Embassy (in-person only), Royal Danish Embassy, 29-6 Sarugakuchō, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0033, Japan
About The Event
2022 is here and we are very excited to invite our members to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, March 16, 2022.
Don't miss this opportunity to get informed and involved about DCCJs activities, get in touch with fellow members and learn of our plans for the year!
We hope to see as many of our members as possible and urge all to participate actively.
As always, should any of our members be interested in joining the board of DCCJ, they are more than welcome to step forward and contact DCCJ.
Following the main AGM, we have the pleasure of welcoming this year's special guest speaker, Chairman of the Daiwa Institute of Research Mr Hiroshi Nakaso, to give our members an update on the current socio-economic and political situation in Japan, and what to expect of the coming year. Scroll down for a full bio of Mr Nakaso.
Wednesday, March 16, 17:30-19:30 JST
17:20: IN PERSON ONLY: Open for doors
17:30: AGM Main meeting (DCCJ members only)
18:20: Update on Danish-Japanese relations by Ambassador from Denmark to Japan H.E. Peter Taksøe
18:40: Special guest speaker: Chairman of the Daiwa Institute of Research Hiroshi Nakaso
19:30: End of meeting
19:35: IN PERSON ONLY: Standing reception
21:00: End of reception
Royal Danish Embassy
*Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the AGM will be a hybrid event with limited physical participation offered only to DCCJs Members.
We expect all in-person participants to be fully vaccinated or to have tested negative for Covid-19. Participants who are feeling ill or have symptoms of COVID-19 such as a cough or fever (37.5℃ or above) are asked to refrain from attending.
Free of charge for DCCJ Members
*This event is exclusive for DCCJ members
About the special guest speaker:
Hiroshi Nakaso was appointed chairman of the Daiwa Institute of Research (DIR) in July 2018 after completing his term as Deputy Governor of the Bank of Japan. He served as the Deputy Governor of the BOJ since March 2013. In his 39 years at the Bank, his main responsibilities have been crisis management of financial systems and markets focusing on global systems.
Mr Nakaso joined the Bank of Japan in 1978 and he was assigned to the London Representative Office from 1987 until 1989 He dealt with the homegrown financial crisis of the 1990s. He headed the exit operation from the Quantitative Easing Policy, a prototypical unconventional policy that lasted from 2001 to 2006. In addition, he played an instrumental role in addressing the Global Financial Crisis together with his peers at major central banks including the FRB.
He has participated in numerous international meetings, and during his terms as Director-General of the Financial Markets Department and Assistant Governor, he chaired the BIS Markets Committee and Working Group on Financial Reference Rates, as well as the G20 Study Group on Commodities. In 2019 Mr. Nakaso was appointed chairman of a new organization to promote Tokyo as a global financial center. The new organization is known by its abbreviated name, “FinCity Tokyo”.
In 2021 Mr Nakaso was further appointed member of the APEC Business Advisory Council Japan (ABAC JAPAN) as well as member and Chairman of the Investment Advisory Committee of the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).
AGM main meeting (DCCJ Members only)
Update on Danish-Japanese relations by Ambassador from Denmark to Japan H.E. Peter Taksøe
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DCCJ Member Online
This ticket is for DCCJ members, who wishes to participate in the AGM online via zoom￥0