Shinsei Bank, a subsidiary of SBI Holdings, has revealed that there may have been an error in the calculation of the acquisition price of investment trusts traded by 2013.

The number of target accounts is close to 60,000, and it may be necessary to correct the tax payment amount.

According to the announcement, Shinsei Bank has opened more than 59,000 investment trust accounts by the end of 2013 and started trading "specific accounts" that can pay taxes on sales gains by a simple procedure. So, it is possible that there was an error in the calculation of the acquisition price of the investment trust.



Shinsei Bank's investment trust account was transferred to Monex, Inc., a major online securities company with a business alliance in January, but after that, when the bank confirmed the transferred account in late last month, an error was found. That is.



If the amount of the investment trust is actually wrong, it may be necessary to correct the tax payment amount, so we will proceed to identify the account that will affect it by the end of next month and the cause of the calculation error. I'm going to find out.



Shinsei Bank says, "We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and concern to our customers."

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