He graduated from Kyoto University (1922).
Suzuki Go entered Bank of Osaka. Served successively as director of Research Inspection and Business departments and manager of the head office.
Following the dissolution of Zaibatsu (family trust) after the end of the war became managing director and then president of the company (1947).
Served concurrently as councilor to Bank of Japan, chairman of Osaka Bankers' Association and a director of Kansai Federation of Economic Organizations. Resigned as president of Bank of Osaka in favor of Shozo Hotta (1953).
He was associated with several industrial concerns in the Kansai District, including Nankai Electric Railway Company, Sumitomo Metal Industry Company, Osaka Mercantile Marine Company and some radio and television enterprises.