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The FIA-Japan Chapter of the [[Futures Industry Association]]<ref>{{cite web|name="FIA Japan”|url=http://www.futuresindustry.org/fia-japan-chapter.asp|org=www.futuresindustry.org/|date=Nov. 24, 2007}}</ref>, organized as a non-profit organization in 1989, is the only international organization in Japan dedicated to spreading the understanding and appreciation of futures and options markets. It was formed by foreign and Japanese futures industry participants representing a broad cross section of the futures industry.  
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{{Infobox Midpage Need Sponsor Right}}The FIA-Japan Chapter of the [[Futures Industry Association]]<ref>{{cite web|name="FIA Japan”|url=http://www.futuresindustry.org/fia-japan-chapter.asp|org=www.futuresindustry.org/|date=Nov. 24, 2007}}</ref>, organized as a non-profit organization in 1989, is the only international organization in Japan dedicated to spreading the understanding and appreciation of futures and options markets. It was formed by foreign and Japanese futures industry participants representing a broad cross section of the futures industry.  
  
 
Current membership consists of more than 50 foreign and domestic organizations: FCMs, securities firms, banks, futures exchanges and futures associations and other professional firms and technology providers aligned with the industry.  
 
Current membership consists of more than 50 foreign and domestic organizations: FCMs, securities firms, banks, futures exchanges and futures associations and other professional firms and technology providers aligned with the industry.  

Revision as of 18:40, 3 December 2007

Template:Infobox Midpage Need Sponsor RightThe FIA-Japan Chapter of the Futures Industry Association[1], organized as a non-profit organization in 1989, is the only international organization in Japan dedicated to spreading the understanding and appreciation of futures and options markets. It was formed by foreign and Japanese futures industry participants representing a broad cross section of the futures industry.

Current membership consists of more than 50 foreign and domestic organizations: FCMs, securities firms, banks, futures exchanges and futures associations and other professional firms and technology providers aligned with the industry.

The Chapter monitors and comments on Japanese legislative and regulatory developments and exchange rules affecting the futures and options markets and its participants. It provides a forum for discussion of industry matters and provides training, seminars and information about Japan and international market practices and regulations.


Officers of FIA Japan

Mitchell R. Fulscher, chairman

1-23-11 Kakinokizaka

Meguro Ku

Tokyo, Japan 152-0022

813 5701 4332

813 5701 7078 -Fax

fulscher@gol.com


Shozo Ohta, president

Senior Managing Director & Chief Operating Officer

Tokyo Financial Exchange Inc.

Ichiban-Cho Tokyo Building

21 Ichiban-Cho, Chiyoda-ku

Tokyo, Japan 102-0082

813 3514 2418

813 3514 2425 -Fax

intlinfo@tfx.co.jp


Takanori Kosaka, secretary

Executive Director, ETD Clearing and Execution Sales

HSBC Securities (Japan) Ltd

HSBC Building, 11-1

Nihonbashi 3-chome Chuo-Ku

Tokyo, Japan 103-0027

813 5203 3507

takanori.kosaka@hsbc.co.jp


Yasuo Mogi, vice president

Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer

Himawari CX, Inc.

18F New Pier Takeshiba North Tower

1-11-1 Kaigan, Minato-Ku

Tokyo, Japan 105-0022

813 5400 3461

813 5400 3609 -Fax

mogi@himawari-group.co.jp


Junko Suzuki, treasurer

Societe Generale Securities Tokyo (FIMAT)

Ark Mori Building, 12-32 Akasaka

1-Chome, Minato-ku

Tokyo, Japan

813 5549 5800

813 5549 5729 -Fax

junko.suzuki@sgcib.com


FIA Asia

In addition to FIA Japan, FIA Asia was recently launched and is supported by the Futures Industry Association Washington. The division aims to provide useful services for its Asian members and the Asian futures industry in general. Its mission is: to service its members by providing timely information about Asian-listed futures and option markets; to provide members and the industry in general with educational opportunities about listed derivatives products; to promote standardization and best practices among markets to enhance the efficiency and resiliency of the markets to benefit all participants; and to provide industry input to market officials on key issues. Benefits of membership will be guided by the membership itself and will focus on the needs and priorities of the members.

In July 2007, FIA Asia hired Nick Ronalds as senior advisor.

References

  1. "FIA Japan”. www.futuresindustry.org/.