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Bellmore Group Management Services, Tokyo Japan


Our Philosophy


At Bellmore Group, we perform according to high standards and base our continued success on the quality of service we provide our clients. Although our technical expertise aids us in attaining much success, it can never replace the good people that make this great firm thrive. We are proud of each and every worker and client we deal with. We are committed to provide the highest quality of service to our clients, giving them superior investment benefits, attaining progress for the firm, its employees and clients, establishing standards, and being the Prime Choice of Investment Management.

Our Mission Statement

To deliver the most wide-ranging Investment Management Service to our clients by offering a high degree of proven track-record in the industry. To establish the standards of Investment Management, provide creative approaches to our clients to aid them attain their investment goals.

Our Culture


At Bellmore Group, we regard our culture to be among our many creative outputs. We have painstakingly developed through many years our culture into what it is at present - a venue for conceiving and creating ideas into realities. Today, that culture has produced unity among our workers and business associates throughout the world.

Our Team Consists of Professionals

Our People: Bellmore Group attracts professionals with a superior blend of attributes: vision, passion and deep sensitivity to the large issues that confront the forthcoming creative ideas surrounding them. A noteworthy thing happens when you bring together workers who are motivated to make a difference: They Do.

Work Environment: Bellmore Group is an energizing place to work in. Ours is a top-performance culture that highlights high-integrity corporate principles, as well as work/life balance. Why are gifted people from many parts of the world continually drawn to our stimulating workplace? Very simple -- our values and the way we view our work.

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