Capital Servicing Co., Ltd. have consistently demonstrated an ability to maximize investor returns across Asia, through our commitment to deliver international expertise and local knowledge from the moment our clients begin preparing to enter a new market, right through to the disposition of their assets. Let us help you maximize the value of your investments.
Capital Servicing Co., Ltd. (Capital Servicing) is an independent loan servicing company licensed by the Japanese Ministry of Justice in 1999 (Servicer License No. 23) operating in strict compliance with Japanese Servicer Law.
Capital Servicing has managed billions (USD) in assets on behalf of our Clients and have a strong track record for consistently outperforming resolution targets. This includes acting as servicer for numerous securitizations (CMBS and RMBS) in Japan totaling over JPY 515 billion.
Capital Servicing initially commenced operations as a special servicer, focusing on asset work-out for non-performing loan portfolios, but as the Japanese distressed debt markets matured, we developed our primary servicing, master servicing, and back-up servicing functions shortly thereafter.
As the highest rated independent servicer in Japan, A multi-cultural makeup and diverse skill sets of management and staff gained through years of international experience in their respective fields allows Capital Servicing to cater to both domestic and international investors.
The company's strong track record is built upon cutting-edge systems and strongly-defined policies and procedures. Capital Servicing has also made a heavy investment into corporate governance and risk management infrastructure to mitigate risk and ensure compliance with all legal responsibilities and regulations.
Before joining Capital Servicing, Dan had a long career as a securitization specialist, in addition to over fifteen years of experience in senior management roles at Japanese securities companies. He was the head of the Asian Financial Analytics and Structured Transaction group at Bear Stearns, where he completed Japan's first housing loan securitization.
Later, at Shinsei Bank, Dan served as Head of the Capital Markets Division, with oversight over many business subsidiaries including Shinsei Trust and Shinsei Servicer. Then, as President and Representative Director of Shinsei Securities, his team issued more than 2.8 trillion Yen of securitization deals, and received twenty securitization industry awards.
Dan also served as Deputy Head of Aozora Bank's Retail Group and was a Board Member of Aozora Securities. From February 2014 till July 2017, he served as President and Representative Director at Evolution Japan Securities.
Capital Servicing has been highly ranked by multiple independent rating agencies since 2001. Currently, the servicing operation has Standard & Poor's Global Ratings’ highest possible ranking for special servicing.
Rating agencies assess all aspects of a servicer's operations including management and organization, servicing track record, staff experience, investor reporting capabilities, systems, internal controls, and financial position, among others. As such, they represent an objective and independent measure of the strength of our company.
Standard & Poor's Global Ratings Ranking Highlights
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Commercial Special Servicer
Capital Servicing has invested heavily in corporate governance and risk management infrastructure. The A control framework based on the COSO model is used as a basis for performing risk assessment and risk mitigation. Capital also has an independent internal audit function, compliance committee, and strong legal and compliance function.
Capital Servicing has an extensive business continuity plan, a cornerstone of which is the maintenance of a fully functional disaster recovery (DR) site in a remote location.This DR site ensures that Capital is protected in the event of a catastrophic event (earthquake, fire, etc.) adversely affecting operations at our Tokyo headquarters. Equipped with network enabled PCs and secure remote access capability, it has full access to all critical systems and files, among other features so business operations can continue. Data is replicated daily and stored at the DR site and is also delivered to a secure data repository managed by a professional data storage company for dual layers of protection.The site is tested annually to ensure it is “warm” (ready to go) and can be up and running within 24 hours, if necessary. The scope for this annual test includes all business-critical applications and non-critical services deemed important for business continuity and is tested by dedicated management and business resumption team members who are appointed to take necessary actions should a disaster occur.