It is known as one of the three most important banks in Japan. It is an integrated entity of the Mizuho Financial Group. It is responsible for offering corporate, retail, and financial banking services to a wide variety of clients and companies of all sizes.
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Mizuho’s creation dates back to 1873 when Japan’s first national bank, Dai-ichi Bank, was founded. In later years, a network of different banks established by the Japanese government began to expand to guarantee the best banking services of that time to the people and institutions that required it.
In 1952, the bank arrived in Europe. From there, it expanded through Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, establishing 20 offices in several countries. That allowed it to have the confidence of the largest banks in the world.
The bank was founded on April 1, 2002, by the union of the banks that had been established at the beginning. Those banks are Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, Fuji Bank, and the Industrial Bank of Japan. Once united, Mizuho Bank, together with Mizuho Corporate Bank, became banking subsidiaries of Mizuho Financial Group.
In the following years, it established subsidiaries in some countries. Mizuho appeared on the New York Stock Exchange in 2006. In 2013, Mizuho Bank and Mizuho Corporate Bank merged to form Mizuho Bank Ltd.
It is a 9-digit number that represents the bank during a local bank transfer from the United States. The route number of Mizuho Bank is 122031902.
Number of Employees
Mizuho Bank has a total of 29,991 employees.
The rating determines the ability and financial risks of a bank to deal with debt.
Mizuho Bank has a rating of:
- Moody’s = A1.
- S&P = A.
- Fitch = A-.
A1 (Moody’s) = It refers to a medium-high quality, low credit risk, but with elements that have a long-term risk susceptibility.
A (S&P Global) = It means that the economic situation could affect the financing.
A- (Fitch) = It has excellent solvency capacity and low risk of default.
The bank’s offices are located in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan.
The bank’s website can be accessed through this URL: http://www.mizuhobank.com
1.Retail banking: Provides essential banking services to customers in general.
2. Corporate Finance: The bank provides corporate financing services to clients and large companies in the short and long term in several countries, including the EMEA region.
3. Cash Management: It offers customers the possibility of managing cash flow. It allows you to know the position of your cash online and through a history view payments and collections.
Also, it provides an online banking system so that customers and companies can consult any banking operation from anywhere.
Address: The location of the central office is 1-5-5, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8176, Japan.
Phone Number: +81-(0)3-3214-1111.