Rating Information(Issuer rating)
The above ratings were assigned after DBJ's official request for ratings.
Please refer to the respective website of each agency for more details.
|Moody's Investors Service Inc.|
|Standard and Poor's (S&P)|
|R&I(Rating and Investment Information, Inc.)|
|JCR (Japan Credit Rating Agency, Ltd.)|
Information on market-making screen
In cooperation with investment banks, the following dedicated screen was created for DBJ bonds. This screen enables us to grasp quotes for major investment banks.
|FILP bond portal||DBJG <Go>|
|Ticker||DBJJP <Corp> <Go>|
FAQs Related to Bonds
Here, we introduce samples of bond-related questions customers have raised.
Under the Development Bank of Japan Act (the “DBJ Act"), all holders of bonds issued by the Development Bank of Japan (the "former DBJ") prior to 1 October 2008 have a preferential right (so-called general collateral) to be paid prior to other, unsecured, indebtedness, with the exception of obligations in respect of national and local taxes and subject to certain rights provided in the Civil Code of Japan, such as preferential rights of employees to wages.
Please see the answer above. General collateral is not attached to the bonds issued on or after 1 October 2008 by Development Bank of Japan Inc. ("DBJ").
Government-guaranteed bonds will be issued from time to time with the minister of finance's approval until the full-scale privatization. Any government-guaranteed bonds currently outstanding or issued before the full-scale privatization will continue to be unconditionally and irrevocably guaranteed by the Japanese government.
Useful information for investors will be updated on our website as needed. If you need further information, please contact the following:
- Investor Relations
- IR News
- Bond Issuance Policy and Plan
- Corporate Bonds
- Japanese Government-Guaranteed Bonds
- DBJ SRI Bonds
- Bond-Related Information