JASDEC Registration Information

Share trading in the Japanese market is cleared by JASDEC (Japan Securities Depository Center, Inc.). Most dividends and many corporate actions on shares are distributed directly by JASDEC to investor bank accounts and JASDEC registers shareholder information for this purpose. In order to trade shares via Interactive Brokers, we require the authorized JASDEC investor identification code. Please use the instructions below to provide name, address, and bank information in the required character format. This information will be transmitted securely to JASDEC which will validate the information and provide IB with the necessary authorization codes. As soon as we receive the JASDEC authorization (which may take up to a week), we will activate trading permissions on TSE shares and will notify you accordingly.

Instructions to provide information for getting JASDEC investor identification code:

  • Log into Account Management.

(If your Account Management version contains a series of menus across the top)

* Since we are upgrading Funding page menus, you may see different menus on the screen.

<Version A: New>

  • If you do not already have an approved banking instruction, please add one by selecting the Funding menu. This should be the information needed to deposit dividends and other cash distributions directly to your chosen bank / account. Start by selecting Funding menu then choose Fund Transfer menu followed by Transaction Type (Withdraw) / Currency(Japanese Yen)/ Method (Zengin Wire). Keep Amount in blank and enter all required information on the page. For Bank and Branch Code, please enter your 4 digit bank code and 3 digit branch code without a space (Eg. 0001001) and click on Continue button to complete confirmation step.
  • Select the Support > Tools menu from the top of the screen in Account Management and further select the JASDEC icon.
  • Enter your name and address information in the particular character format as specified on the screens.

<Version B: Before Upgrade>

  • If you do not already have an approved banking instruction, please add one by selecting the Funding menu. This should be the information needed to deposit dividends and other cash distributions directly to your chosen bank / account. Start by selecting Funding menu then choose Fund Transfer menu followed by Transaction (Withdraw Funds) / Method (Zengin Wire) / Instruction (Add New Instruction). Keep Amount in blank and enter all required information on the page. For Bank and Branch Code, please enter your 4 digit bank code and 3 digit branch code without a space (Eg. 0001001) and click on Continue button to complete confirmation step.
  • Select the Support > Tools menu from the top of the screen in Account Management and further select the JASDEC icon.
  • Enter your name and address information in the particular character format as specified on the screens.

(If your Account Management version contains a series of menus on the left-hand side)

  • If you do not already have an approved banking instruction, please add one by selecting the menu or tab for Funds Management. This should be the information needed to deposit dividends and other cash distributions directly to your chosen bank / account. Start by selecting Funds Management menu point (or tab), then choose Funds Transfer / Transaction (Withdraw Funds) / Method (Zengin Wire) / Instruction (Add New Instruction).
  • Select the Tools button on the upper left side of Account Management and further select the JASDEC Shareholder Information menu point.
  • Enter your name and address information in the particular character format as specified on the screens.

 

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