The Norinchukin Bank was established in 1923 as a quasi-governmental financial institution. Privatized in 1959, the Bank is one of Japan's largest and most distinguished banks. The Bank is the central bank for Japan's agricultural, forestry and fishery cooperative systems. Based on constant funds procurement from member cooperatives, the Bank carries out efficient and flexible asset management by investing in various financial products. This is carried out on a global scale. The profits from these activities are then continuously passed on to its members.
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