Yuuichiro Nakajima

Managing Partner at Crimson Phoenix K.K. Studied economics at Keio University and business administration at London Business School. Advisor to foreign corporates and funds on cross-border M&A transactions involving Japanese counterparts and fund-raising exercises.  Frequent interviewee for broadcast media and contributor to print media on Japanese politics, economy, business and finance.  Active in other fields […]

Koichiro Naganuma

Executive Director and Chairman of the Board, Asatsu-DK Inc. as of the time of donation. Mr. Naganuma was born in Tokyo in 1945.  He joined the predecessor company to Asatsu-DK Inc. in 1981.  He served as President of Asatsu-DK in 2001 and later as Chairman starting in 2010. He is Executive Director and Chairman of […]

David A. Makman

Law Offices of David Makman The Law Offices of David Makman is a based in San Francisco, California.  The firm primarily works on intellectual property and financial litigation. Block Behavior: Regular Blocks

Makito Hamada

Professor, Graduate School of Business, Rikkyo University Doctor of Business Administration, CPA (IL), CFE, CIA, CMA, CFP Deputy Secretary General of the Japan Society of US CPAs (JUSCPA) Director of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Japan Block Behavior: Regular Blocks

Kyoji Fukao

Professor, The Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University Program Leader, Program Unit for Statistical and Empirical Analysis (COE) Professor Fukao received his B.A. and M.A. in Economics from Tokyo University. His fields of specialty include the analysis of productivity and innovation, and the economics of international trade and direct investment. In addition to his academic […]

Takayuki Fujii

Individual,   Manager of a manufacturing company in Japan Graduated from the Law department of Hitotsubashi Univ. LL.M. degree from Fordham Univ., School of Law in NY, USA Business experience: Legal affairs (domestic & international), CSR, Internal Control (under Japanese Corporate law), Internal auditing, Working at a US subsidiary Block Behavior: Regular Blocks