Atsumasa Tochisako

President and Chief Executive Officer, MicroManos Corporation

Atsumasa Tochisako, President and Chief Executive Officer of MicroManos Corporation, grew up in poverty in post-World War II Japan. After graduating from university in Kyoto, Atsumasa embarked on a 27 year career with the Bank of Tokyo, serving half of this time in Latin America. While there, he saw that individuals only needed small opportunities to live up to their full potential. Atsumasa took steps towards reforming the financial sector for the poor when he was assigned as the Bank of Tokyo’s chief representative in Washington DC. In 2003, he founded Microfinance International Corporation and MicroManos to create an infrastructure of financial and professional services to collectively address the needs of immigrants. In 2014, he introduced a new banking model in the United States by foundingAsiembra, Inc., a project management company to establish the MIFI BANK, Multiple Integration of Financial Innovations Bank.

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