The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Japan is very pleased to host a unique investment seminar on occasion of the visit of Mr. Marten van den Berg, Vice Minister for Foreign Trade of the Netherlands, to Tokyo. 

In the search for stable and sustainable investments, we would be pleased to endorse Japanese institutional investors in discovering new opportunities. Therefore, the objective of this event is to stimulate cooperation between Japanese asset owners and Dutch asset managers as well as discussing long-term ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) aligned investments.

The Netherlands is a well-known European base for Japanese companies, with around 750 Japanese establishments in the country. It is also an interesting destination for investors, boasting an excellent investment climate with a stable political and regulatory environment, a well-developed financial services infrastructure and a wide variety of large-scale investment opportunities in the field of energy, infrastructure and real estate.

Finally, Dutch pension funds and asset managers are forerunners in ESG and among the largest in Europe with in total more than 1,800 billion euro assets under management. They are keen on working with Japanese asset owners and to assist them in realizing their long-term investment objectives.





The program offers a unique two-fold format:

Wednesday, November 22nd, Tokyo

Morning program: 09.00 – 13.15

Afternoon program: 13.15 – 18.15

Keynote speeches and presentations of Japanese and Dutch high-level officials in a plenary setting, followed by a lunch.
One-on-ones, small-group meetings, workshops with Dutch asset managers and subject experts in board rooms.


For more information about the event and the registrations, please contact: 

Host Dutch Embassy                                                                                                         
E-mail: tok-ea@minbuza.nl    

Organiser Tradinfo
Marcel Schulze, Managing Director: m.schulze@tradinfo.com
Claudia Nanni, Event Manager: c.nanni@tradinfo.com