Shoken Shori Chosei Kyogikai Shiryo
After the Second World War, GHQ executed Zaibatsu Kaitai, disorganization of Japanese industrial conglomerates, as a part of democratic reform of Japanese economy. In August 1946, the Holding Companies Liquidation Committee (HCLC) was established to accelerate disorganization of holding companies and decentralization of shareholding, and began to be assigned the capital holdings from Zaibatsu related companies and persons.
The main mission of the Securities Coordinating Liquidation Committees (SCLC) which was established in June 1947 was to sell out the huge amount of shares assigned to HCLC to employers and individual investors, and to realize democratization of securities holdings.
Documents collected from the target companies for securities liquidation by SCLC, classified by individual companies. Among included materials: tables of company research results and business reports.
35mm positive, 264 reels
Index: 240 pages
Publication Year: 2007
Full record of SCLC activities from its establishment in June 1947 through its dissolution in June 1951
35mm positive, 100 reels
Index: 122 pages
Publication Year: 2006