BTMU

AcronymDefinition
BTMUBank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. (Japan)
BTMUBrake Temperature Monitoring Unit
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BAY's ratings could also be negatively affected if BTMU shows a reduced propensity to support BAY - which may, for example, be seen via a significantly reduced shareholding or reduction in its strategic role.
BTMU executed this Stipulation and Consent with the OCC two days after converting its US Branches and Agencies from state-licensed branches and agencies under the supervision of state regulatory agencies to federally licensed branches and agencies under the supervision of the OCC.
MUFG (Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group-of which BTMU is part of) is very committed to supporting Asia's growth.
BTMU Malaysia's ratings reflect its robust capitalisation, superior loan quality despite a more challenging domestic landscape, and stable income-generating capacity.
Through the PoC testing, Hitachi and BTMU will be able to identify issues from various perspectives such as technology, security, operation, and legal perspectives, and aim to realize new FinTech(2) services including digitalization of checks.
Because the 3 rating for BTMU is at the same level as the rating of
The contract term for the new loan from Mizuho and BTMU will expire before Sharp's 200 billion yen of convertible bonds become due in September next year.
Engine Lease Finance Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of BTMU Capital Corporation, itself a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ.
Fred Smith an executive with the real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, reps BTMU in leasing deals.
We are confident that BTMU will find our advanced establishment and modern systems to be the ideal launch pad for its operations in Bahrain and the wider Middle East.
Headquartered in Tokyo, BTMU has over 790 branches across Japan alone and also has offices in more than 40 countries worldwide spanning Asia, America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Adds Toshifumi Murata, president of BTMU Brazil, "The situation with the domestic market in Japan is forcing companies to seek business opportunities abroad, especially in countries with a growing economy.