Global Financial Partnership Center
Located at the offices of the Financial Services Agency (FSA) in the heart of Tokyo, the Global Financial Partnership Center (GLOPAC) was founded in 2014 as the Asian Financial Partnership Center (AFPAC).
GLOPAC works to find solutions to issues in the international finance market, to help countries refine and develop financial regulatory infrastructure, and to build relationships with financial authorities around the world.
GLOPAC Newsletter Vol. 16 Just Published
June 18, 2021The GLOPAC Secretariat has just published GLOPAC Newsletter Vol. 16, as the 17th term of GLOPAC, in which 8 Visiting Fellows from Banking Authorities participated, was just completed.
Publication of The Japanese Banking Crisis by Himino Ryozo
January 8, 2021Commissioner of JFSA Himino Ryozo, publishes a book providing his analysis of the Japanese banking crisis in the 1980s through the 2000s.
The New GLOPAC Web Page Is Now Ready
April 28, 2021The GLOPAC Secretariat has just published a new GLOPAC website within the JFSA website, which contains not only information from JFSA but also about GLOPAC participants.
Start of 18th GLOPAC Fellowship Program for Securities
February 24, 2021The 18th GLOPAC Fellowship Program for Securities has begun with 10 Visiting Fellows. The Program includes both virtual and in-person training.
166 ParticipantsFrom 36 Countries & Regions
The training and research Programs at GLOPAC are tailored to each Visiting Fellow’s areas of interest. Over the course of 2 to 3 months, Visiting Fellows will attend lectures on various aspects of the Japanese financial regulatory system, visit the offices of Japanese financial services, conduct individual research, and travel to different parts of Japan.
Former Visiting Fellows
Some of our former Visiting Fellows have
shared their experiences with us.
Mr. Nguyen Vu Phuong, Vietnam
“It was the most amazing experience that I have been through in my life.”
Mr. Prabhas Rath, India
“I feel fortunate to have been associated with the AFPAC, now renamed as GLOPAC.”
Ms. Dilek Sakallioglu, Turkey
“My experience was educational and visionary with the educational content of the GLOPAC program and it was stimulating in terms of meeting new people and new cultures.”