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Goldman to debut online consumer banking in Japan

Plans to launch Marcus service mark entry into a market Citi and HSBC left

TOKYO -- Goldman Sachs plans to bring its fledgling retail banking business to Japan, using a low-overhead digital model cultivated in the U.S. to break into what it sees as a growth market for financial technology.

"We're considering expanding our Marcus consumer business into Japan," Goldman Sachs Japan President Masanori Mochida said at a Thursday symposium on financial innovation co-hosted by Nikkei and the economics faculty of Japan's Keio University.

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