OHBEOxford History of the British Empire (book)
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Ohbe is essential to attracting not only (Hawaii-based) deposits, but also business from Japan," says Wayne Miyao, City Bank's senior vice president for marketing.
Hawaii's economy is, and always has been, strongly influenced by the Asian economy," Ohbe adds.
For City Bank's Ohbe, and just about every other foreign financial institution in Japan, the hook is to entice Japanese savers with considerably higher returns than the measly .002 percent a Japanese savings account now pays.
His ability to move back and forth between Japan and Hawaii has been a significant plus for Ohbe and his employer.
Today's Japan-based customer, Ohbe says, is open to the possibility of investing in overseas-based institutions and financial instruments.
Earlier, Ohbe would travel to Japan at least once a year to meet with customers.
The first volume of the OHBE provides four chapters on distinct regions of North America to illustrate their diverse modes of state and church.
The regional chapters of volume four of the OHBE include India, Ceylon, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, West Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa, Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America, China, Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands.