In December last year, Aeon Bank made the Second Bridge Bank of Japan, which took over Incubator Bank's operations, into a wholly owned subsidiary and renamed it Aeon Community Bank.
What does BBJ stand for?
BBJ stands for Bridge Bank of Japan
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 16 other meanings of BBJ in our Acronym Attic
- Bellingham Business Journal (Bellingham, WA)
- Berger Bonnefond Jonnard & Associés (French accounting firm)
- Beruflicher Bildung bon Jugendlichen eV (consulting firm; Berlin, Germany; now just known as BBJ)
- Bibliothèque Braille Junior (French: Braille Junior Library; est. 1992)
- Big Ball Jam (Phish song)
- Big Band Jump (radio station)
- Billy Barew's Japan
- Black Business Journal
- Boeing Business Jet
- Braithwaite, Burn & Jessop Construction Company (India)
- Budapest Business Journal (Hungary)
- Bursa Berjangka Jakarta (Indonesian airport)
- Business Basic for Java (BASIS)
- Businesspersons Between Jobs (support group)
- Building Better Job Aids
- Brookline-Brighton Jewish Community Fund (Brookline and Brighton, MA)
- Big Bend Jobs and Education Council, Inc. (Tallahassee, FL)
- Bear Branch Junior High (Magnolia, TX)
- Beaver Bay Joint Venture
- Brass Band Junior Valaisan (Valais, Switzerland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
TO) unit will acquire a 100 percent stake in the Second Bridge Bank of Japan, which took over Incubator Bank's loans.
The capital increase for Second Bridge Bank of Japan is aimed at boosting its weakened finances, as loan quality deteriorated after the bridge bank took over Incubator Bank's loans in April.
KANAZAWA, Japan, March 27 Kyodo Administrators of failed Ishikawa Bank have decided to temporarily hand over operations of the second-tier regional bank to the government-backed Bridge Bank of Japan, banking sources said Tuesday.
Since the administrators could not find a private acquiring financial institution to take over the two banks, they asked the FSA to transfer the operations of the two to the Bridge Bank of Japan.
In a press statement released the same day, the DIC said the Bridge Bank of Japan would take over the obligation to fully refund deposits at failed banks which cannot find acquirers by the end of March.