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Yusho Yamamoto, Japanese bank executive. Member United Oxford's Cambridge Club (London).

Background

Yamamoto, Yusho was born on October 3, 1942 in Tokyo. Son of Kikuichiro and Yuukiko (Hoynden) Yamamoto.

Education

Bachelor in Economics, Keio University, 1967.

Career

Postgraduate researcher King's College, University Cambridge, 1967-1970. Loan officer in charge of trading companies Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan Ltd., 1971-1973, international finance division head office in charge of bond issues and shipping finance, 1974-1976, in charge business development, 1977, international finance division head office in charge American, 1978-1980, deputy general manager Singapore branch in charge business development, 1981-1982, associate general manager international finance division in charge Europe/American, 1983-1984, general manager Merchant Banking group mergers and acquistions, 1988-1992, general manager corporation finance division, 1993-1994, executive director Europe, Africa and Middle-East, general manager London, 1995, managing director Europe, Africa and Middle-East, general manager London, 1996-1998. In-charge England and Euro syndicated loan Manufacturers Hanover Ltd., London, 1972-1973.

In charge business development Credit Lyonnais, Tokyo, 1977. Executive director in charge M&A advisory Peers & Company, 1985-1987. Chief Executive Officer Willis Japan Ltd., 1999—2003.

Advisor The Carlyle Group, Japan, since 2004.

Membership

Member United Oxford's Cambridge Club (London).

Connections

Married Kiyoko Yamamoto.

father:
Kikuichiro Yamamoto

mother:
Yuukiko (Hoynden) Yamamoto

spouse:
Kiyoko Yamamoto.