Skip Hashimoto’s areas of expertise include corporate and commercial, investment funds, listing services, real estate and structured finance.
Hashimoto has worked in the Japanese financial sector for more than 15 years with the first three years working at Deutsche Securities as an economic research analyst as well as three additional years acting as the liaison officer and business development manager for the Deutsche Bank Offshore Group (Deutsche Bank).
Following his stint with Deutsche Bank, he worked for Walkers (Walkers SPV) for six years and headed up the Tokyo branch of Walkers SPV Ltd. During this time, Hashimoto mainly covered the SPV administration and fund administration business with the added responsibility of business development for the Asia region with specific emphasis on the South Korean, Hong Kong and Singapore investment funds and structured finance markets.
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