“The world where no children are crying for poverty.”
It is our goal. I also was a child who had cried due to poor economic situation. With the childhood memory hard to diminish, I stand by our clients and their children’s hearts.
It has been three years since our establishment. Now as CEO, I promise to dedicate efforts to our clients, shareholders and partners.
Our financial inclusion is to grow and support happiness in people’s everyday lives. We believe that unflagging efforts can make change in the world.
Chief Executive Officer
We approach to Myanmar people whom without access to finance, dig their demand,
and offer financial services which are suitable for their local lifestyle.
We dedicate to build as many opportunities for children and poverty through the finance inclusion,
at the same time contribute to investors’ profit.
MJI aims “maximizing both social contributions and operational revenue” as a microfinance institutes. We, together with Myanmar, grow our business flexibly and in fast pace, to contribute society through financial inclusion. We continue to respond to our clients, staffs, and investors’ expectation, through designing services which suit to Myanmar economy, selecting and expanding areas where loan demands are high, implementing IT solutions for effective management, and offering social / educational / healthcare support other than financial solution.
Maximizing our accumulated actual results in Japan, experience and advantage in Asia, MJI will grow with Myanmar, and furthermore, aim at taking a key role in finance of ASEAN.
Experts more than ten years’ experience in Myanmar Microfinance field, gather both in frontline operational term and management team. We promptly respond to needs and trends in microfinance field and rising nations.
Local staffs and Japanese experts, living under one roof, bond together tightly. By sharing skills, knowledge, culture and hearts, we can act on and aware of small changes. Our organizing and managing abilities will overwhelm competitors in the market.
In Buddhist nation Myanmar, we are conscious of being both experts as well as human beings. Our mottoes are, doing right, enjoying social contribution, accepting result in humility, being individuals with high standard in human leadership, and maximizing every business resources in all opportunities.
MJI team, among Myanmar traditional microfinance experts and innovative members from Japan, expands microfinance and MJI method all over Myanmar and set accessible, affordable, and efficient financial network broadly.
1997 to 2008 - Financial Plan Director (UNDP MicrofinanceDelta Region Project) Microfinance technical trainer for Finance Ministry, Financial Regulatory Department (Best Practice of Microfinance training program in conjunction with EDA and World Bank)
Professor of Toyo University, Department of Regional Development Studies. Joined Institute of Developing Economies in 1992. Continuously researching on Myanmar regions, especially for farming, and village economy, for 25 years. Visiting Research Fellow in Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Myanmar from 1998 to 2000.
At the end of September, 2016
|Company Name||MJI ENTERPRISE Co., Ltd.|
|Date of Establishment||27, May, 2013|
|Business Lineup||Microfinance, other services|
|Business License||Microfinance Operational License (in Yangon and Bago division) issued by Finance Ministry, Financial Regulatory Department|
|Head Office||No.51 E, U Phoe Tat Lane, Kabar Aye Pagoda Road, 10 Quarter, Mayangone Township, Yangon, Myanmar.|
|Officers||Yuko Kato - Chief Exective Officer
For more information, please click here Officers & Managers
|Branches||For more information, please click here Branches|
|Capital||Authorized capital USD8,000,000
Paid-up capital USD2,194,600 (at the end of March, 2016)
|Number of Clients||10,290 (at the end of September, 2016)|
|Number of Staffs||54 (at the end of September, 2016)|
|May, 2013||MJI ENTERPRISE Co., Ltd. established in Yangon, Myanmar with Capital USD100,000|
|Nov, 2013||received Microfinance Business Permit|
|May, 2014||increased authorized capital to USD8,000,000|
|Mar, 2015||received Temporary License for Microfinance|
|Apr, 2015||started operation in four branches in Yangon and Bago divisions|
|Dec, 2015||opened three additional branches in Yangon division|
|Jul, 2016||received Proper License for Microfinance|