SBI Group

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SBI Group
Industry Financial Services
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan

SBI Group, sometimes referred to as Strategic Business Innovator Group, (TYO: 8473) is a financial services company group based in Tokyo, Japan.[1] The group's businesses and companies are held primarily at SBI Holdings. The group also operates SBI Graduate School, a business school, and a children's charity foundation.

SBI Group began in 1999 as SoftBank Investment, as a Softbank subsidiary at that time. SBI is listed on the first section of the Osaka Securities Exchange and Tokyo Stock Exchange.[2]

Since April 2011, SBI Holdings has been listed in Hong Kong in the form of Hong Kong depositary receipts (HDR) with stock code 6488.[3]

In July 2018, SBI launched the first bank-owned cryptocurrency exchange in Japan,[4] initially available for 2000 users.[5]

SBI Securities[edit]

On April 27, 2011 SBI securities, a unit of SBI Holdings, agreed to acquire a 25 percent stake in PT BNI Securities, a subsidiary company of Bank Negara Indonesia for Rp.114 billion ($16.70 million).[6]


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