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Establishment

July 1, 1971

Mission

The objective of the Deposit Insurance Act is to establish the deposit insurance system and to contribute to the maintenance of stability of the financial system in order to protect depositors and others and ensure the settlement of funds related to failed financial institutions. The mission of the DICJ is to appropriately manage the deposit insurance system for achieving its objective.

Capital

¥31,475 million (General Account ¥455 million, Regional Economy Vitalization Corporation Account ¥3,000 million and Corporation for Revitalizing Earthquake-Affected Business Account ¥28,020 million)

Account Subscribers
General Account Government 150 million yen
Bank of Japan 150 million yen
Financial Sector 155 million yen
Regional Economy Vitalization Corporation Account Government 3,000 million yen
Corporation for Revitalizing Earthquake-Affected Business Account Government 28,020 million yen

Executives and Staff Members

Executives

One Governor, four Deputy Governors and one Auditor (part-time)

Executives are appointed by the Prime Minister subject to the approval of both Houses of the Diet.

As of September 8, 2021
Title Name Term of Office Career
Governor MITSUI Hidenori Mar. 1, 2021

Feb. 28, 2023
Apr. 2020 Project Professor
the University of Tokyo Graduate Schools for Law and Politics
Jul. 2018 Director-General
the Policy and Markets Bureau, the Financial Services Agency
Apr. 1983 Joined the Ministry of Finance
Deputy Governor SHOGAN Ryuichi Mar. 1, 2021

Feb. 28, 2023
Oct. 2019 Executive Advisor
IBM Japan, Ltd.
Sep. 2015 Auditor
the Bank of Japan
June. 2014 Director-General
Payment and Settlement Systems Department
the Bank of Japan
Apr. 1983 Joined the Bank of Japan
Deputy Governor TAKAHASHI Masato Mar. 1, 2021

Feb. 28, 2023
Feb. 2020 Head of the General Affairs Department
the Osaka High Public Prosecutors Office
Jan. 2018 Deputy Chief Prosecutor
the Otsu District Public Prosecutor Office
Apr. 1994 Public Prosecutor
the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor Office
Deputy Governor OTSUKA
Hidemitsu
Sep. 8, 2021

Sep. 7, 2023
June. 2017 President
Tokyo Credit Services, Ltd.
May. 2012 Executive Officer and General Manager
Internal Audit & Credit Examination Division the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
Apr. 1982 Joined the Bank of Tokyo, Ltd.
Deputy Governor FUKUTA
Masanobu
Sep. 8, 2021

Sep. 7, 2023
Apr. 2021 Director General
Kyushu Regional Police Bureau
Jan. 2020 Commissioner of Fukuoka
Prefectural Police Headquarters
Apr. 1988 Joined National Police Agency
Auditor
(part-time)
SAKAMOTO Hiroko Apr. 1, 2019

Mar.31,2023
Oct. 2019 Established herself in a private office as a CPA
July 2007 Partner
A&A Partners
Oct. 1984 Joined the Chuo Accounting Office

Authorized Number of Staff Members

FY2021: 427

FY1997 187
FY1998 333
FY1999 333
FY2000 353
FY2001 381
FY2002 409
FY2003 398
FY2004 397
FY2005 386
FY2006 373
FY2007 363
FY2008 360
FY2009 361
FY2010 359
FY2011 366
FY2012 366
FY2013 372
FY2014 395
FY2015 405
FY2016 413
FY2017 416
FY2018 414
FY2019 412
FY2020 411
FY2021 427
 

Operations of Departments

(Administrative work handled by departments, etc.)
Planning and Coordination Department The Planning and Coordination Department is responsible for overall coordination of the DICJ’s administrative works, convening the Policy Board and other meetings, public relations, information disclosure, protection of personal information, personnel affairs, organization, staffing levels, promoting information security measures, general supervision, liaison and coordination of responses to questions from the National Diet, planning, plotting, liaison and coordination regarding systemic revision related to the DICJ, general supervision and overall coordination of guidance and advice to the RCC, concluding agreements with the RCC, capital injection to Regional Economy Vitalization Corporation of Japan and others, liaison and coordination with safety net related authorities, etc., operating the cloud service collecting and providing relevant information on failure resolutions, collecting and analyzing information of Domestic financial institutions, inspection and research of the domestic deposit insurance system, and has jurisdiction over the affairs outside the jurisdictions of the other departments.
Treasury Department The Treasury Department is responsible for budgeting, settlement, accounting, asset management, financial planning, fund raising and management, as well as the collection of insurance premiums, contributions and specified contributions.
Resolution and Financial Revitalization Department The Resolution and Financial Revitalization Department is responsible for the administration by financial administrators, special oversight and specified administration, operations specified in Article 34, Item (xiii) of the Deposit Insurance Act, financial revitalization, capital injection in financial institutions and others, coordination and implementation of agreements with respect to financial assistance and specified financial assistance, management of assets acquired as financial assistance and specified financial assistance, businesses of acquiring financial institutions under management and assuming debts of financial institutions under management, etc., measures under Item (iii) specified in Article 102, Paragraph (1), Item (iii) of the Deposit Insurance Act, loans and guarantees for financial institutions, etc., acquisition of assets from financial institutions and others, any acts taken by financial institutions in accordance with Article 58-3 of the Deposit Insurance Act, and operations related to the grant of funds.
Deposit Insurance Department The Deposit Insurance Department is responsible for the insurance payouts and other payments, decisions on financial assistance (including responses to financial crisis), purchase of deposits and other claims, decisions on specified financial assistance operations, making the schedule of depositors based on the Special Corporate Reorganization Act, the name-based aggregation of depositors, providing financial institutions with training and advice for preparing data on deposits and withdrawals and developing the relevant systems, etc., and operations under the Account Registration Act and the Account Management Act.
Special Investigation Department The Special Investigation Department is responsible for the guidance and advice to the RCC, the asset investigation of debtors and others regarding claims transferred to the RCC, other investigations necessary for giving guidance and advice to the RCC, and pursuit of liabilities of managers of failed financial institutions, etc. and other parties concerned.
Inspection Department The Inspection Department is responsible for inspections pursuant to Article 137, Paragraph (6) of the Deposit Insurance Act (except item (iv) of the same paragraph), inspections pursuant to Article 36 Paragraph (6) of the Criminal Accounts Damage Recovery Act, inspections pursuant to Article 44, Paragraph (6) of the Act on Utilization of Funds Related to Dormant Deposits to Promote, and collection, organization and analyses of information related to such inspections.
Financial Operations Assistance Department The Financial Operations Assistance Department is responsible for purchase of specified difficult recovery claims, provision of information on antisocial forces in response to inquiries from financial institutions, collection and storage of such information, public notices made under the Criminal Accounts Damage Recovery Act, and management operations of dormant deposits, etc. and so on.
Research and International Affairs Department The Research and International Affairs Department is responsible of research and study of foreign deposit insurance and failure resolution systems, collection and analysis of information on financial institutions, etc., relating to orderly resolution  of a financial institution, administrative works for the International Association of Deposit Insurance (IADI), and bilateral cooperation with foreign organizations concerned.
Osaka Operation Department The Osaka Operation Department is responsible of the following tasks mainly in the Kansai region and areas further west: work related to the reimbursement of deposit insurance and other payments, financial assistance (including responses to financial crisis), purchase, etc. of deposits and other claims, decisions, etc. of the policy of management, collection and disposal of purchased assets, work of financial administrators, etc., guidance and advice to the RCC, asset investigation of debtors and others regarding claims transferred to the RCC, other investigations necessary for giving guidance and advice to the RCC, claim collection entrusted by RCC, and pursuit of liabilities of managers of failed financial institutions, etc. and other parties concerned.
Legal Affairs Department The Legal Affairs Department is responsible of legal cases related to the operational activities of the DICJ and overseeing the compliance activities of the DICJ.
Information System Department The Information System Department is responsible for planning, plotting and overall coordination of individual information systems inside the DICJ, support for development and operation related to individual information systems, overall coordination of budget and execution of individual information systems, overall coordination of plans of training for individual information systems inside the DICJ, preparation for development and overall coordination of the information systems related to tasks associated with systemic revision related to the DICJ, development, operation and administrative support of the failure resolution operation system and its related systems, development and operation of the antisocial forces information inquiry system, development and operation of the dormant deposits management system, and development and operation of the information on individual deposit accounts collaboration system.
Audit Department The Audit Department is responsible of internal audits, overseeing external auditing, and administration relating to inspections by the Board of Audit of Japan, etc.

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