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SBI Benefit Systems

Innovative Solutions for the Defined-Contribution Pension Industry

SBI Benefit Systems

After the enforcement of the Defined-Contribution Pension Law in 2001, the defined-contribution pension market is steadily expanding. As more than 10 years have passed since the enforcement of the law, the number of subscribers and the asset size are expected to keep growing.

In this system, tax exemptions for operating income and tax preferences for retirement income deductions are being granted, and the outlook is promising for this system that supplements public pensions such as Japan's National Pension and the Employees' Pension. Defined-contribution pension is raising its presence in the pension market in Japan, as an increasing number of people participate in corporate defined-contribution pension plans and individual plans.

SBI Benefit Systems was established in March 2001 as the country's only operational management institution that developed its own defined-contribution pension plan record keeping system. Our mission is to make optimum use of our efficient infrastructure to popularize defined-contribution pension systems and to contribute to the sound growth of society.

In a generation of declining birth rate and aging population, self-help efforts to plan for post-retirement life have become a major social theme. SBI Benefit Systems will continue to provide customers with stable services over the long term as an innovator in the defined-contribution pension industry.

Corporate Profile

Company name SBI Benefit Systems Co.,Ltd.
Principal business Defined-contribution pension plans, personnel and public welfare services, and systems outsourcing
Representative Shinji Matsui
Location Izumi Garden Tower, 1-6-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Date of establishment March 29, 2001
Paid-in capital 450 million yen
Shareholders * SBI Group 66.6%
URL http://www.benefit401k.com/

* Ownership percentage is based on voting rights. SBI Group's shareholding percentage corresponds to a total percentage based on the IFRS criteria for subsidiary companies and subsidiary funds of the Group.

(As of March 31, 2017)

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