Mizuho Financial Group Inc. is extending riskier types of corporate credit to fend off competition in a country that’s awash with easy money.
Japan’s third-largest bank by market value will offer companies more subordinated loans and other types of mezzanine finance, said Koji Fujiwara, CEO of the firm’s main lending unit. “We will definitely increase it,” he said in an interview.
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