|Address||1st Floor Shaheen Complex, M.R.Kayani Road, Karachi, Islamic Republic of Pakistan|
|Overview||Pakistan is a developing country with a population exceeding 180 million, located at the crossroads of the strategically important regions of South Asia, Central Asia, and the Middle East. With such a huge market, both Japanese and local companies place tremendous value on BTMU’s support of business in the growing South Asian economy. As the only Japanese bank in Pakistan, BTMU has experienced significant growth and become one of the most respected international banks in the local market, with a strong on-the-ground presence and global expertise.
In 1925 predecessor company the Yokohama Specie Bank opened a representative office in Karachi, which closed in 1941. In 1953 the company, renamed the Bank of Tokyo, opened its fourth overseas branch in Karachi, after London, New York, and Calcutta. The bank maintained full commercial banking operations in Pakistan, and became BTMU in 2006.
(as of April 14, 2013)