25 February 2021, Bangkok & Tokyo – DTGO held an online signing ceremony for a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between DTGO Corporation Limited (DTGO) and Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank Limited (SuMi TRUST).
Held at FutureTales Lab at 101 True Digital Park in Bangkok and in Tokyo’s Kioicho office, the MoU enables future partnership in both business and societal contribution projects with SuMi TRUST, one of Japan’s largest banks with assets of JPY54 trillion (THB16 trillion).
“Participating productively in the Japanese market is an important part of DTGO’s diversified growth strategy of overseas expansion,” said Mr. Pakit Iamopas, Group CEO of DTGO Corporation Limited.
“Japan’s strength in innovation, technology, and craftmanship and the country’s good governance are very much aligned with DTGO’s corporate values. SuMi TRUST is emblematic of these strong Japanese values. I look forward to accelerating and integrating our synergies and beginning our meaningful business partnerships.”
Mrs. Sasinan Allmand, Country Director - Japan, said: “We are deeply honored that SuMi TRUST has shown trust and confidence in DTGO and look forward to a partnership that enables us to expand our ‘Adding Value’ value in the Japanese market with tangible proof of well-being and sustainnovation in projects, products, and services.”
The MoU was signed by Mr. Pakit Iamopas in Bangkok and by Mr. Yasunaga Matsumoto, Managing Executive Officer of SuMi TRUST, in Tokyo. Mr. Manabu Inoue, CEO of SuMi TRUST Thai, signed as a witness in Bangkok with Mrs. Sasinan in Tokyo.