About Us

GMO Financial Holdings, Inc. is a financial holding company that owns subsidiaries which operate securities/FX trading business and cryptoassets trading business, including GMO CLICK Securities Inc., which is recognized as one of the world's largest retail FX trading volumes, and GMO Coin, Inc., which provides a trading platform for cryptoassets.
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Based on our corporate philosophy of "Making financial services more reasonable, more fun, and more flexible,” we are seeking to provide the overwhelming No. 1 service that is familiar, reasonable and easy to use for everyone, using our ideas and system development capabilities. We continue to grow by providing an easy-to-use and easy-to-understand trading platform, and are expanding our business not only in Japan but also in Hong Kong and Bangkok.

We are proactively challenging new business areas such as entry into the NFT business and the virtual office business in 2021. Going forward, we will continue to make full use of technologies and turn changes in the world into opportunities to achieve sustainable growth and increase corporate value through the creation of new values.

Company Profile

Company Name GMO Financial Holdings, Inc.
Head Office SHIBUYA FUKURAS, 1-2-3, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo, 150-0043
Business Activities Management of group companies and subsidiaries and other related operations.
Executive Officers
Hideyuki Takashima
Director, Representative Executive Officer,
Chairman and CEO
Tomitaka Ishimura
Director, Representative Executive Officer,
President and COO
Tatsuki Yamamoto
Executive Officer
Board Members Hideyuki TakashimaDirector
Tomitaka IshimuraDirector
Tatsuki YamamotoDirector
Toshio NakamuraDirector
Masashi YasudaDirector
Masahiko KumeDirector
Kayo TodoDirector
Tsutomu MatsudaDirector
Company Auditor Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC
Date of Incorporation January 4, 2012
Registered Capital 705,580,700 JPY (as of March 31, 2024)
Website https://www.gmofh.com/

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