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JCCI is pleased to host a special law seminar addressing the impact the Trump Administration's Anti-Corruption practices will have on your company. Kindly join us and FRONTEO, for a briefing from leading defense counsel and former government regulators and prosecutors. The seminar will provide Japanese companies and practitioners with the fundamentals of anti-corruption and securities law and best practices for handling investigations and prosecutions by the U.S. government. The experts will also discuss the increase in investigations and prosecutions against foreign companies for financial-based conduct and the expansion of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement actions, in addition to other important topics. Don’t miss out on this chance to learn what to expect from the new administration moving forward. (Please note: This seminar will be conducted in English.)
ＪＣＣＩは、電子データ中心のコンピューター・フォレンジックサービスを提供するＦＲＯＮＴＥＯ社のご協力を受け、下記の日程にて法律セミナーを開催いたします。海外腐敗行為防止法、汚職防止法などトランプ新政権下にて特に外国籍企業に影響を及ぼす 課題を取り上げ、実際に政府機関やＳＥＣにて豊富な経験を持つ弁護士を講師としてお呼びしております。経営陣をはじめ、法務、総務、コンプライアンス担当の方には是非参加をお勧めするセミナーです。 詳細とお申し込みは添付のフライヤーをご参照お願い致します。（このセミナーは全て英語で行われます。）
Cost: FREE (Members) / $30 (Non-members)
JCCI's 32nd Annual Dinner:
JCCI celebrated its 32nd Annual Dinner on November 10, 2016 at the New York Hilton Midtown. The roughly 900 guests in attendance celebrated the bright and hopeful future of the U.S. - Japan partnership. The diverse array of relationships now existing between our nations means our destinies have never been more intertwined. The event reaffirmed just how much our future success will surely come as result of us, "Advancing Together." Among the evening's highlights were an awards presentation, speeches on a broad range of topics in business, the arts, and international politics - and of course exquisite food. The funds raised will benefit the J.C.C. Fund, which supports local non-profits helping with community enhancement, education, and U.S.-Japan relations.
JCCI would like to express its deep appreciation to all participants, and give a special thank you to the night's very generous key people:
Keynote Speaker: Mr. Raymond L. Conner, Vice Chairman, The Boeing Company; President & CEO, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
JCCI’s U.S. Educators Program
This past summer JCCI proudly sent its 27th delegation of dedicated teachers, administrators, and guests to Japan through the US Educators Program. The initiative has been an important tool for helping American educators better serve their students and Tri-State area Japanese communities. It also serves as a unique way to promote and share the culture of both countries. From July 3rd to July 17th, the group toured Japan, visited several different schools, and met with officials from the Japan Overseas Educational Services. The itinerary included stops in Tokyo, Hiroshima, Kyoto, and a home stay experience in Mihama. In order to experience the uniqueness of Japanese culture, they visited museums, shrines, temples, and memorials. Please click here to see some photos from the trip.
Best wishes to all the great Educators!
We ask you please consider offering your support to help victims of the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquakes. This natural disaster has devastated the Kyushu Region of the country.
The Japanese American Association of New York is collecting donations for the JAA Kyushu Earthquake Relief Fund. More information about their efforts can be found on their website.
The Consulate General of Japan in New York is also now accepting donations. Please find info on how you can donate on their website.
Thank you for your compassionate assistance!
The J.C.C. Fund and the JCAW Foundation are pleased to support the Sakura Grant Program as part of the Cherry Blossom Centennial Commemoration Project. The purpose of the program is to support schools that provide Japanese language and/or cultural education at the K-12 level. Grants range between $500 and $3,000 per institution. The application deadline each year is June and schools are notified in late September.
The following Greater NY area schools were among the 2015 recipients:
Bayside High School
For more information, e-mail email@example.com or call 202-833-2210.
Since 1971, The Japanese American Association of New York, Inc. has awarded scholarships to graduating high school students of Japanese descent living in the tri-state area who are applying to United States institutions of higher learning.
For more information, go to the JAA website.
JCCI NY's 2016-17 Membership Directory is now available.
A complimentary copy of the directory has automatically been sent to our member companies.
In May 2016, JCCI conducted a survey of its Board of Director Companies and Regular Member Companies to determine the state of Japanese-affiliated companies in the New York metropolitan area. The following is an analysis of the responses.
Special Thanks to JTB Cultural Exchange Corporation!
The JTB Cultural Exchange Corporation generously granted $2,000 to the J.C.C. Fund in support of its commitment to promoting positive relations between Japan and the United States. The grant will go toward supporting the 28th delegation of the U.S. Educators Program, which sends tri-state area educators from schools with high enrollments of Japanese students to Japan for a two-week study tour. The J.C.C. Fund would like to express its sincere appreciation for this contribution to the long running program.
The Chamber's Charity Events Raise $15,000 for Kumamoto Earthquake Victims
JCCI President Yasushi Takahashi proudly presented donation checks to Ambassador Reiichiro Takahashi twice last year in support of Kumamoto earthquake relief. The donations comes from JCCI & Nippon Club's popular Annual Music & Dinner Cruise and San-betsu Charity Golf Tournament. Both events helped raise funds for the “Consulate General of Japan Relief Fund (Kumamoto)".
Charity Golf Proceeds Assist Students in Brooklyn
It's always great to see the impact that our members' contributions are making. We recently received an update from The Fund for Public Schools on how they are benefiting from the proceeds of the 22nd Annual San-Betsu Golf Tournament. The money was put towards their Library REACH Program which allows schools to upgrade and enhance their libraries. We're happy to report contributions from the Tournament are now assisting students at the Prospect Heights Campus Library.