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Results of Turnover Survey of Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market

July 26, 2017
(Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market Committee)

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The Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market Committee (TFEMC) today released the results of its Turnover Survey of Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market covering transactions in April 2017 (see attached tables).

The TFEMC conducts the survey in order to provide market participants with developments in the Tokyo foreign exchange (FX) market in an accurate and timely manner, thereby contributing to the sound growth of the market. In conducting the survey, the Financial Markets Department of the Bank of Japan provides technical assistance in collecting and processing the data of respective respondents.

Turnover in April 2017 decreased from the previous survey which covered transactions in October 2016. Turnover decreased in spot transactions, FX swaps, and FX options.

<Contacts>

Chairperson
Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market Committee
Akira Hoshino, Mr. (Global Markets Trading Division, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ)
Phone: 81-3-6214-4740
E-Mail: akira_hoshino@mufg.jp

Vice Chairperson
Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market Committee
Hiroaki Aoyama, Mr. (Forex Division, Mizuho Bank)
Phone: 81-3-3201-5602
E-Mail: hiroaki.aoyama@mizuho-bk.co.jp

Secretary
Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market Committee
Hiroshi Shigemoto, Mr. (Financial Markets Department, Bank of Japan)
Phone: 81-3-3277-3543
E-Mail: hiroshi.shigemoto@boj.or.jp

<Notes>

The TFEMC actively conducts the turnover survey on the FX and OTC derivatives markets. The survey was conducted annually until 2011, covering FX transactions in April. From 2012, the survey has been conducted semiannually—in April and October—in order to grasp market developments in a more timely manner. This is the 17th survey since its inception in 2006.

Similar surveys are conducted and released by overseas FX market committees in London, New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, and Canada.

Reporting Financial Institutions

Bank of America
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank
Barclays Bank PLC
UBS AG
BNP Paribas
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group
Citibank, N.A., Tokyo Branch
Bank of New York Mellon
Credit Agricole CIB
Commerzbank AG
Deutsche Securities
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
Goldman Sachs Securities
Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities
J.P. Morgan Chase Bank
Nomura Trust and Banking
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation
Norinchukin Bank
Mizuho Bank
Resona Bank
Nomura Securities
Shinsei Bank
RBS Securities
Standard Chartered Bank
Societe Generale
Citigroup Global Markets Japan
State Street Bank and Trust Company

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