The unprecedented financial crisis and global recession of the world economies seems to have been tentatively settled by overwhelming fiscal and monetary support from the governments of the affected countries. However, the global economic situation still remains unclear.

The situation is the same in Japan. Many real estate fund management companies are reevaluating their management and investment strategies to reduce fiscal risks due to confusion in global markets. The time when Japanese securitization markets get reorganized is coming.

Although the business environment is severe, we understand this is an indispensable process for the market to be normalized, and are convinced the real estate securitization market will become more widely established as one field of asset management by overcoming the current confusion and upheaval prevalent in today’s market environment.

We have gained reliable experiences to offer more advanced and pioneering services to our customers by owning licenses essential for securitization of real estate (“investment managing” license, “real estate investment adviser” license, etc) which were obtained during the early period of this market. Additionally, we currently have a partnership with the PhillipCapital group, and we will be able to fully utilize their network which operates widely with a special focus on Asia. We are certain that we will provide high-quality and valued services to our customers.

Sincerely Yours,

President Kinji Kaiho


Biography: Kinji Kaiho

He began his career at The Industrial Bank of Japan, where he was responsible for M&A advisory operations including investment in overseas real estate projects, such as Hong Kong SOGO, Hotel Nikko and Pacific Hotels (in Vancouver and San Francisco) etc.. From 2003 to 2004, he joined CB Richard Ellis Investors as an advisor and took an active part in the listing of New City Residence Investment Corporation on the J-REIT market.
During his 20 year career in international finance and investment banking business, he has been involved in many large-scale cross border transactions.
He has led nearly 100 securitization projects in the Japanese real estate market as well.
With a wide range of clients and international working experience especially in Greater China, he has been actively involved in the business of real estate projects and their securitization programs both in Japan and overseas.