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The following companies and organizations have offices in FINE TOKYO's Tenant Zone

AGOS Japan Inc.

AGOS Japan Inc.
Overview

AGOS Japan is a private school for those preparing for full-time studies abroad. The company administers courses designed to help students get better score in TOEFL, GMAT, GRE, and SAT, which are required in undergraduate and/or graduate programs including MBA and LLM courses. AGOS Japan also offers counseling for gaining admission to schools, writing essays and passing interviews.

Main programs offered
  • Test preparation classes and academic application counseling tailored primarily for those pursuing full-time studies overseas
  • Corporate training services including human resources educational support for upper managers and aspiring executives
  • TOEFL and other programs tailored to Japanese universities for students preparing to enter academic exchange programs or universities outside Japan

IFRS Foundation

IFRS財団
Overview

The IFRS Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that works in the public interest to develop – via its standard-setting body, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) – and promote the use of a single set of high quality International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs).

Main activities
  • The IFRS Foundation Asia-Oceania Liaison office provides a dedicated, regional point of contact for stakeholders interested in, or affected by, the work of the IFRS Foundation and the IASB.
  • It will be used as a research hub and as a platform to deepen the organisation’s cooperation with stakeholders in the Asia-Oceania region.

Japan Foundation for Accounting Education & Learning

Japan Foundation for Accounting Education & Learning
Overview

The Japan Foundation for Accounting Education & Learning was established through collaboration among members of the Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants, as well as members of the business community, academia, and other related fields, to serve as an accounting education organization that provides training for people engaged in a broad range of accounting and auditing activities.

Main programs offered
  • Seminars designed for accounting personnel at companies, certified public accountants, and people who have passed the certified public accountant examination, on topics such as applied accounting and auditing, led by lecturers such as accountants and auditors currently working at corporations and auditing firms (a total of 2,828 people participated in the seminars in fiscal 2011)

Nikkei CNBC Japan, Inc.

Nikkei CNBC Japan, Inc.
Overview

Nikkei CNBC is a communications satellite television channel specialized in 24-hour news coverage of business and the economy. The channel was jointly set up in October 1999 by Nikkei, Inc., the Japanese business newspaper operator, and CNBC, a subsidiary of NBC, one of the four major television networks in the United States.

Main activities
  • Aside from their regular program production at their studio, Nikkei CNBC produces The Kinyu Toron (The Finance Debate), a program in which experts representing various industries debate a wide array of topics related to finance in public. They organize press conferences and other events for leading Japanese or international figures to bring on to their daily program.

CFA Society Japan

CFA Society Japan
Overview

CFA Society Japan holds lectures, seminars, and workshops on topics such as financial markets, financial accounting, and economic trends for Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) and CFA Program candidates. The society also organizes social events for its members.

Main programs offered
  • Lectures, seminars, and workshops on various topics including financial markets, financial accounting, and economic trends for society members as well as non-members who can apply for those events through the society’s website.
  • The CFA Institute Research Challenge in Japan, a competition on corporate analysis among the teams of university students in which their skills of research and analysis are evaluated and awarded, is held.

Research Institute of Capital Formation, Development Bank of Japan Inc.

Research Institute of Capital Formation, Development Bank of Japan Inc.
Overview

The Research Institute of Capital Formation conducts research and provides information on a wide range of fields starting with capital formation and extending to general economics, finance and financial affairs, industrial structure, corporate management, accounting, and global environmental issues. The institute adopts a liberal, academic approach to research, and collaborates with university professors and experts from various industries. It also manages the DBJ Financial Academy, a training program designed to educate human resources responsible for high-level financial responsibilities.

Main programs offered
  • Workshops and seminars on various topics including capital formation, general economics, finance and financial affairs, industrial structure, corporate management, accounting, and global environmental issues.
  • Specialized seminars aimed at promoting cooperation with regional financial institutions.