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January 25, 2019

Three Banks of the Yamaguchi Financial Group Commence Handling of Testamentary Substitute Trust “Gift to the Family”
Signing of operating agreement with ORIX Bank to act as agents for trust agreements

TOKYO, Japan – January 25, 2019 – ORIX Bank Corporation has signed an operating agreement with The Yamaguchi Bank, Ltd., The Momiji Bank, Ltd., and The Kitakyushu Bank, Ltd.—subsidiaries of the Yamaguchi Financial Group, Inc.—to act as agents for trust agreements. Through this agreement, the three banks under the Yamaguchi Financial Group will start handling the testamentary substitute trust “Gift to the Family” from February 4, 2019.

The testamentary substitute trust “Gift to the Family” is a product that pays out money to a designated recipient (heir), such as family members of the customer, at the time of inheritance, with the three banks of the Yamaguchi Financial Group acting as the intermediaries between the customers (settlor and beneficiary) and ORIX Bank for the signing of trust agreements.

Going forward, the Yamaguchi Financial Group and ORIX Bank will continue to work on providing even better products and improving services so as to widely respond to the diverse asset inheritance requests of customers.

1. Features of this product
(1) It is possible for assets to be inherited without having to bear the burden of creating a will as the product has the same function of “designating asset inheritance to a specific family member” as a will.
(2) It is possible for the pre-designated recipient (heir), such as family members, to inherit assets without having to wait for inheritance procedures to be completed.
(3) As it is a principal-guaranteed product, it can be used with peace of mind to pass on assets to recipients (heir) such as family members.

2. Service commencement
 February 4, 2019

3. Service overview

 Name  “Gift to the Family”
 Target  Individuals (settlor and beneficiary)
 Trust type  Jointly-managed designated money trust
 Trust period  Maximum of 30 years from the time the trust is established
 Application units  From 1 million to 30 million yen (in multiples of 1 million yen), providing that the amount is no more than one-third of the financial assets held by the customer
 Investment method  Bank account loans, etc.
 Payment method  Lump sum payment
 Principal compensation, etc.  Compensation should there be a loss in the trust principal
 Deposit insurance system  Product applicable for deposit insurance
 Agents  All branches of The Yamaguchi Bank, The Momiji Bank, and The Kitakyushu Bank in Japan (excluding sub-branches at municipal offices)

 

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Contact Information:
ORIX Corporation
Corporate Planning Department
Tel: +81-3-3435-3121

About ORIX:
ORIX Corporation (TSE: 8591; NYSE: IX) is an opportunistic, diversified, innovation‐driven global powerhouse with a proven track record of profitability. Established in 1964, ORIX at present operates a diverse portfolio of businesses in the operations, financial services, and investment spaces. ORIX’s highly complementary business activities span industries including: energy, private equity, infrastructure, automotive, ship and aircraft, real estate and retail financial services. ORIX has also spread its business globally by establishing locations in a total of 38 countries and regions across the world. Through its business activities, ORIX has long been committed to corporate citizenship and environmental sustainability. For more details, please visit our website: https://www.orix.co.jp/grp/en/
(As of September 30, 2018)

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