The bank has over 100 years of history and is one of Japan's leading commercial banks. The bank has a strong individual and corporate customer base all over the world.
Group companies include major companies in financial services, including credit cards and securities, etc., and a synergistic effect is maximized among the group companies allowing for provision of high value added services.
We are united under the slogan of "LEAD THE VALUE" to show our commitment to our customers, shareholders, markets and society. This slogan expresses our determination to be an organization that is continuously enhanced its quality and combined strength as a Group through our indivisual efforts as professionals to further develop our three core strengths, "Spirit of Innovation" "Speed" and "Solution & Execution".
We create new VALUE by forming teams of specialists in various fields and provide optimal services to our customers through two-way communication.
And as a result, we will be selected as a truly-trusted partner.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
¥1,770.9 billion (As of March 31, 2018)
President and Chief Executive Officer: Makoto Takashima
1-1-2, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
18 branches * Excluding subbranches and representative offices (as of March 31, 2018 )
[Locations of Overseas Operations]
China, South Korea, Mongolia, Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, India, Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Chile, Columbia, Mexico, Peru, Brazil, UK, Netherlands, France, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain, Ireland, Russia, UAE, Turkey, Qatar, Bahrain, Iran, South Africa, Egypt
Total Assets (Non-consolidated) : ¥170,923.1 billion (As of March 31, 2018)
29,192 (As of March 31, 2018)
■General Staff: each of the business bases in Japan and overseas and the headquarters (transfer among remote locations may be required)
Financial "Web Banking College" learning on the web
Financial Internet College, "Web Banking College," which explains the banking business in an easy to understand format. We operate the College with our desire to encourage everyone to "know more" and "learn more" about the banking business. The website features an easy to understand approach and an abundance of information. Learning is geared toward a smooth introduction for Beginners. Learn at your own pace at home or in school but either way give it a try.
[Interviews with Employees]
The bank has various departments, where employees with rich and varied individuality play active roles, exerting their respective professionalism and strengths. Interviews with senior employees who are active in a wide range of domestic and international areas are posted, please take a look.
Payment performance in April 2018
General staff (master's degree): \230,000/month
General staff (bachelor's degree): \205,000/month
Pay-raise: once a year (As of 2018 performance)
Bonus: twice a year (As of 2018 performance)
●Insurance: employment insurance, workers' accident insurance, health insurance and welfare pension insurance, etc.
●Facilities: bachelor's dormitory and company house
●Work-life balance support system: various systems such as childcare leave of absence system, retired person reemployment system.
・ADVANCED(Business Conversation Level)
・ADVANCED(Business Conversation Level)
Generally 8:40 ～ 17:10
2 days off each week, paid leave, continued leave (1 week), long-service leave, spot leave and half-day leave, etc.
New employee training, Fundamental banking business program, Corporate foundation program, Individual basic program, Self-awareness support
[Efforts to Develop Global Personnel]
For the purpose of deepening collaboration across regions and divisions and understanding of different cultures, we continuously provide global training, using English as a common language for overseas local employees and domestic employees (general staff) and when dispatching respective departments at headquarters in Japan for an assigned period.
We are also actively committed to the development of personnel in the support and promotion of the globalization of the business, such as expanding overseas employee dispatchment initiatives.
Specific Examples: overseas base trainee program, overseas graduate school study (acquisition of an MBA and LLM, etc.)