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Keisuke Hatano

Keisuke Hatano

TEL:
81-3-6775-1250
FAX:
81-3-6775-2250

Keisuke Hatano is a partner at Anderson Mori & Tomotsune and specializes in payment and settlement related regulations in Japan.
He has also been involved in a number of significant finance transactions and engaged in many international & domestic litigations. In addition to his professional experience at Anderson Mori & Tomotsune, he worked for the Financial Services Agency where he was mainly engaged in the several amendments to the Banking Act which aim to create a pro-FinTech environment.

Hatano Keisuke

Practice Areas

Background

Mar 2004 Keio Senior high School
Mar 2008 Keio University (LL.B.)
Mar 2010 Keio Law School (J.D.)
Dec 2011 The Legal Training and Research Institute of the Supreme Court of Japan
Jan 2012 Joied Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
Jul 2015 - Jun 2017 Financial Services Agency Planning and Coordination Bureau
Jul 2017 Joined Anderson Mori & Tomotsune again

Publications

Global Legal Insights - Fintech 2022 Global Legal Insights - Fintech 2022
Aug 2022
6000 Legal Countermeasures for Financial Institutions Kinzai Institute for Financial Affairs, INC.
Feb 2022
Banking Regulation in Japan: Overview Thomson Reuters Practical Law(website)
Nov 2021
Global Legal Insights - Fintech 2021, 3rd Ed. Global Legal Insights - Fintech 2021, 3rd Ed.
Aug 2021
Trends and Developments Chambers and Partners - Global Practice Guide (Banking Regulation 2021 / Japan)
Jan 2021
Global Legal Insights : Fintech 2020 Global Legal Insights : Fintech 2020
Aug 2020
Global Legal Insights : Fintech 2019 Global Legal Insights : Fintech 2019
Aug 2019
Banking regulation in Japan: overview Thomson Reuters Practical Law(website)
Aug 2018
Banking Act Kinzai
Nov 2017
Oct 2017
The 2016 amendments to the Banking Act and the Payment Services Act Complete Guide of Law Explanation Materials No. 422
Mar 2017

Lectures

Professional Admissions

  • Japan (2011)

Professional and Academic Associations

  • Daini Tokyo Bar Association

Languages

  • Japanese (first language)
  • English