Banking
Finance
Rental and Lease

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial

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+$0.14 (2.03%) Today
$0.00 (0.00%) After Hours

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About

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Inc, also called Sumitomo Mitsui Financial, is a holding company, which engages in the management of its subsidiaries that provide financial services. It operates through the following segments: Commercial Banking, Leasing, Securities, and Consumer Finance. Read More The Commercial Banking segment consists of consumer banking, middle market banking, wholesale banking, retail banking, international banking, and treasury units. The Leasing segment provides leasing services that include equipment leases, operating leases, leveraged leases, and aircraft operating leases. The Securities segment offers financial products, investment consultation and administration services to individual and corporate customers. The Consumer Finance segment handles domestic credit card business, consumer loans and loan guarantee businesses. The company was founded on December 2, 2002 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

Employees
72,978
Headquarters
Tokyo, Tokyo
Founded
2002
Market Cap
49.13B
Price-Earnings Ratio
7.53
Dividend Yield
3.09
Average Volume
1.41M
High Today
$7.04
Low Today
$7.00
Open Price
$7.01
Volume
307.48K
52 Week High
$8.49
52 Week Low
$6.33

Collections

Banking
Finance
Rental and Lease
Commercial Banking
Retail Banking
Investment Services
Credit Card
Loan

News

Yahoo FinanceMay 20

Japan’s Megabanks Still Can’t Find Success Abroad

(Bloomberg) -- Time and again since Japan emerged as a global economic force, its financial leaders have hatched plans to translate their influence into investment-banking clout.

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BloombergMay 15

Japan Megabanks See Challenging Year as Profit Drivers Wane

(Bloomberg) -- Japan’s biggest banks have warned investors of a tough year ahead. The nation’s three megabanks have been relying on the healthy status of borrowers and sales of so-called cross-shareholdings for earnings as rock-bottom interest rates crimp lending profitability. Results on Wednesday showed they are losing those benefits at a time when the economy is weakening, trade tensions are escalating and the Bank of Japan’s extraordinary monetary easing looks set to stay. “The business environment is...

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Earnings

$0.00
$0.52
$1.03
$1.55
Q2 2017
Q3 2017
Q4 2017
Q1 2018
Q2 2018
Q3 2018
Q4 2018
Estimated
Actual
$0.58 per share
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