Fukui was part of the Japanese delegation at the Versailles Peace Conference in 1919. He was a special appointee of the Foreign Office at the Washington Conference on Limitation of Armament in 1921. Fukui was also a Japanese delegate at the London Economic Conference in 1933.
During his term as head of the bank, his chief concern was ensuring confidence in Japan's currency and limiting monetary inflation. Ineffective efforts to slow the growth of military spending marked Fukai's term as BOJ governor.
- Bank of Japan (BOJ), 13th Governor
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