Mitsubishi Research Institute
Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc. (in Japanese, 三菱総合研究所 or 三菱総研 for short) (TYO: 3636), often called MRI, was established at the centennial anniversary of Japan's Mitsubishi Group in 1970, invested by the various companies of the group (currently capitalized at 5,302,000,000 yen), and is a Think tank, representative of Japan. It is the consulting firm of Mitsubishi Group and now employs about 900 people.
|Headquarters||10-3, Nagatacho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan, with 4 other offices in Japan & United States|
|Hiroshi KOMIYAMA, Chairman: Kyota OMORI, President|
|Products||Management consulting reports|
|Revenue||72.5 billion yen (FY2011/9, Consolidated)|
Number of employees
|3,741 (Consolidated), 896 (Non-consolidated) as of September 30, 2016|
|Website||Mitsubishi Research Institute|
Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc., often called MRI, was established at the centennial anniversary of Japan's Mitsubishi Group in 1970, invested by the various companies of the group (currently capitalized at 5,302,000,000 yen), and is a Think tank, representative of Japan.
MRI owns subsidiaries, such as Mitsubishi Research Institute DCS, often called DCS (Diamond Computer Service), the IT support arm of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), which is jointly owned by MRI (60 percent) and MUFG (40 percent). Separately, MUFG has its own Think tank, Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting (MURC) with a staff of 700 people, a conglomeration of former Mitsubishi Bank's Diamond Business Consulting, Bank of Tokyo's Tokyo Research International, Sanwa Bank's Sanwa Research Institute and Tokai Bank's Tokai Research Institute.
Its competitors are:
- Nomura Research Institute of Nomura Group
- Mizuho Research Institute of Mizuho Financial Group
- Japan Research Institute of Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group
- Boston Consulting Group
- Arthur D. Little