National Life Finance Corporation
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National Life Finance Corporation (NLFC) (国民生活金融公庫 Kokumin seikatsu kin-yu kohko) was a governmental institution of Japan, which provided business loans to small enterprises that have difficulty obtaining loans from private financial institutions.
On October 1, 2008, NLFC was dissolved and merged into Japan Finance Corporation (JFC) (日本政策金融公庫 Nihon seisaku kin-yu kohko).
Established: June 1, 1949
Branch Offices: 152
Head Office: 1-9-3 Ōtemachi Chiyoda Tokyo 100-0004 JAPAN
Capital: (100% funded by the government) ¥369 billion
Supervising Ministry: Ministry of Finance (Japan), Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (Japan)