Japan regulator steps in to fix Mizuho's computer flaws

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Japan regulator steps in to fix Mizuho's computer flaws

Despite billions already spent on upgrades at the bank.

Japan's banking regulator will take a role in overseeing computer systems at Mizuho Financial Group's retail banking arm after glitches that exposed failings at the country's third-largest lender despite US$3.6 billion (A$5 billion) in upgrades. The Financial Services Agency's ...

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