Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc., the lender that has made about $13 billion in acquisitions overseas since its founding a decade ago, is making a pivot toward its home market.

“A financial institution’s mother market should be its first priority,” Nobuyuki Hirano, president and chief executive officer of Japan’s largest bank, said in an interview. “We’re seeing clear signs that capital investment is gaining traction.”

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