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Having worked with The Bank of Tokyo, Ltd. (Of Japan) over 27 years, including 5 overseas countries assignments over 17 years, Atsumasa Tochisako decided to leave from the Bank and relocated to Washington DC to start new businesses that would provide immigrant people living in the US with tangible opportunities such as employment and access to affordable financial services. His trouble shooting approach is always to help people in a professional manner so that people can learn how to challenge for various issues by making the best effort.
Founded Microfinance International Corp. in Washington DC to provide more than 70 MM unbanked immigrants living in the US with most needed financial services at affordable cost and price. MFIC could successfully lower more than 50% of market prevailing money transfer cost from $25 to $8 per transaction to help immigrants send more money to their families at their home countries.