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Archegos woes prompts Japan watchdog to probe risky transactions

FSA and BOJ to look into possible exposure to US investment firm's meltdown

The Financial Services Agency and the Bank of Japan will examine deals linked to "family offices." (Source photos by Mamoru Yago and Karina Nooka)

TOKYO -- Japan's Financial Services Agency and the Bank of Japan will conduct an investigation of domestic financial institutions, after U.S. investment firm Archegos Capital Management exposed the country's financial groups to losses, Nikkei has learned.

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