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MNI INTERVIEW2: Ex-BOJ's Kameda To Boost Sompo Research

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Former Bank of Japan chief economist Seisaku Kameda is joining insurance giant Sompo Holdings, beefing up its research department while adding a new macro-economic team, he told MNI.

“I have two mandates -- to launch a macro research team and expand the existing research group, such as increasing the presence and issue broad recommendations with regard to various issues, from the long-term view,” Kameda told MNI.

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Former Bank of Japan chief economist Seisaku Kameda is joining insurance giant Sompo Holdings, beefing up its research department while adding a new macro-economic team, he told MNI.

“I have two mandates -- to launch a macro research team and expand the existing research group, such as increasing the presence and issue broad recommendations with regard to various issues, from the long-term view,” Kameda told MNI.

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