|Kabushiki Kaisha Yokohama Ginkō|
|TYO: 8332 (until March 2016)|
|Industry||Banking, Financial services|
|Predecessor||Dai-Ni Bank, Meiwa Bank, Kamakura Bank|
|Founded||December 16, 1920|
Number of locations
|615 (Mar. 2016)|
|Kenichi Kawamura (President)|
|AUM||¥12,635.2 billion (Mar. 2016)|
|Total assets||¥15,268.9 billion (Mar. 2016)|
Number of employees
|Parent|| Concordia Financial Group (TYO: 7186) |
TOPIX Large 70 Component
|Subsidiaries||Subsidiaries of Bank of Yokohama|
The Bank of Yokohama, Ltd. (BOY; 株式会社横浜銀行, Kabushiki kaisha yokohama ginkō) is the largest regional bank in Japan, operating mainly in Kanagawa Prefecture and southwestern Tokyo. It currently operates 610 offices in Japan and five offices overseas (Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok, New York and London).
The bank was founded in 1920 as a regional bank to serve customers in Kanagawa Prefecture and southwestern Tokyo. It was formed in the wake of the collapse of several existing banks in the region, one of which (Dai-Ni Bank) began operations in 1869 as Yokohama Bank (横浜為替会社), the first modern financial institution in Japan; consequentially, Bank of Yokohama claims to have the longest history of any Japanese bank.
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