Chief Investment Officer, IFC Tokyo Office, Japan
Country Session – Investments from Japan
Date: Jan 25, 2015 (3:45-5:00)
Hiroshi Jinno joined IFC Tokyo office as a Chief Investment Officer for Business Development. He is responsible for developing and managing strategic relationships to mobilize Japanese companies for strategic projects and identifying new opportunities for high impact strategic investments by engaging with the clients.
Prior to joining IFC, Mr. Jinno has been engaged in corporate and investment banking business over three decades. He has broad experience in structured finance, corporate finance, capital markets and M&A to advise his Japanese and global clients as well as principal investments. He held senior management positions with international financial institutions such as Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Aozora Bank and Deutsche Bank.
Mr. Jinno earned B.A. from Keio University and M.P.P.M. from Yale School of Management.