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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 65.360.382 von 56gzut am 12.10.20 16:59:35
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SoftBank’s $100 Billion Vision Fund Loses COO, Four Partners

Gillian Tan and Pavel Alpeyev, Bloomberg News

(Bloomberg) -- A slew of SoftBank Vision Fund executives have left the almost $100 billion vehicle, best known for its bets on high profile startups including WeWork, Uber Technologies Inc. and Chinese ride-hailing company DiDi Chuxing.

Ruwan Weerasekera, 54, the fund’s chief operating officer and a managing partner, has retired, according to SoftBank spokesman Andrew Kovacs. Neil Hadley, who’s also chief of staff to Vision Fund Chief Executive Officer Rajeev Misra, will take on the COO role in addition to his current duties.

Penny Bodle, ...

SoftBank is grappling with an ongoing spate of resignations this year. Carolina Brochado gave her notice a month after she was promoted to partner. Vision Fund employees have described the company culture as one that rewards aggression and recklessness, Bloomberg Businessweek reported in ...

https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/softbank-s-100-billion-vision-fu…


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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 65.579.171 von teecee1 am 03.11.20 11:42:29Vision Fund Executives Abandon Ship As SoftBank's Masa Son Plots Comeback

by Tyler Durden
Mon, 11/02/2020 - 21:40


Ever since Vision Fund chief Rajeev Misra told Bloomberg that SoftBank's second "Vision Fund" might instead be formulated as a "SPAC" instead of another VC fund, we've pretty much been waiting for the next shoe to drop over at the Vision Fund.

Miraculously, SoftBank's shares have recovered, and talk of giving a WeWork IPO one more shot suggests Masayoshi Son is more focused on rehabilitating his reputation than embarking on a new venture replete with new companies and new risks. Plus, the firm is also dealing with the fallout from the whole "Nasdaq Whale" fiasco.

At the time, we speculated that a SoftBank SPAC might be brought in to finally bring WeWork public, without Adam Neumann and his cliches about "elevating consciousness", maybe investors could be persuaded that companies like WeWork, which offer more "flexibility" when it comes to leasing apartment space, might be in a better position to capitalize on the 'work from home' economy. WeWork's CEO insists the company will be profitable next year, an almost unimaginable feat, and a claim that we are deeply skeptical of. ...



https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/vision-fund-executives-aba…


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Gillian Tan @ GillianTan · 18h
Oaktree & REEF Technology, a SoftBank-backed startup previously known as ParkJockey, launched a $300 million fund that'll buy real estate assets.

Separately, REEF itself is exploring a capital raise.

New w/ @turnergs

👇 https://twitter.com/GillianTan/status/1323310663712854017 👈



https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-11-02/oaktree-r…


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REEF Technology raises $700M from SoftBank and others to remake parking lots
Jonathan Shieber@jshieber / 6:01 AM GMT+1• November 3, 2020


... :rolleyes: ... Wir kaufen alles auf und Ihr müsst für's atmen bezahlen ...


It seems like SoftBank and the Mubadala Corp. aren’t finished taking big swings at the commercial real estate business in the U.S. Even after the collapse of WeWork, the investors are doubling down on a similar business model as part of a syndicate investing $700 million into REEF Technology.

REEF began its life as Miami-based ParkJockey, providing hardware, software and management services for parking lots. It has since expanded its vision while remaining true to its basic business model. While it still manages parking lots, it now it adds infrastructure for cloud kitchens, healthcare clinics, logistics and last-mile delivery, and even old school brick and mortar retail and experiential consumer spaces on top of those now-empty parking structures and spaces. ...

https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/02/reef-technology-raises-1-b…

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 65.579.849 von teecee1 am 03.11.20 12:36:32"Nasdaq Whale" Beached: SoftBank's Attempt To Corner Tech Stocks Leads To $3.7BN Loss

by Tyler Durden
Wed, 11/11/2020 - 20:40


The last time we looked at SoftBank's performance in the public capital markets following the stunning news reported here first that it was the Japanese Conglomerate that had attempted to corner the Nasdaq using derivatives to create the biggest "gamma squeeze" on record which led to a massive late-August melt up in FAAMG names (and the broader tech sector), was two months ago when according to press reports, Masa Son sprawling investment vehicle had generated some $4 billion in profits at which point it had largely unwound many of the call spread trades in question.

It turns out there was more.

SoftBank today revealed that its secretive new unit, which was launched this summer to manipulate play the market in tech stocks and which is called "SB Northstar" had racked up trading losses of $3.7bn so far, a huge swing to the $4 billion profit that had been reported previously by established financial media.

There was more: as we also first reported in "How SoftBank Made Billions Using The Biggest "Gamma Squeeze" In History", SoftBank confirmed that Akshay Naheta, a 39-year-old former Deutsche Bank trader now based in Abu Dhabi, manages SB Northstar, which is registered in the Cayman Islands. This directly contradicts what SoftBank had said previously when they told the FT that Naheta was not formally in charge. ...

https://group.softbank/system/files/pdf/ir/presentations/2020/investor-presentation_q2fy2020_01_en.pdf





https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/nasdaq-whale-beached-softb…


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Masayoshi Son’s personal stake in SoftBank trading unit draws fire

by Pavel Alpeyev
Bloomberg Nov 10, 2020


SoftBank Group Corp.’s already controversial stock and options trading program is drawing fresh fire from investors because of CEO Masayoshi Son’s personal stake in the trading.

Son faced a barrage of questions about the transactions on a late-evening call with analysts and fund managers after an earnings announcement Monday, according to people who took part in the briefing. SoftBank has poured about $20 billion into tech stocks and derivatives through a unit in which the billionaire personally holds a one-third stake.

Several people on the call pointed to the structure as a corporate governance concern, the people said, asking to remain unnamed because the details of the discussion aren’t public. Son denied there is a conflict of interest and described it as remuneration for his investment expertise. Other fund managers charge fees, he said, according to one of the people. Son added that SoftBank’s board cleared the structure in a vote from which he recused himself, the person said.

A representative for SoftBank declined to comment.

For all the controversy generated by the trading unit, SoftBank’s performance has been mixed. A ¥292 billion ($2.8 billion) derivative loss in the September quarter helped all but wipe out gains in the first quarter. That left a little over $1 million in gains in the six months ended Sept. 30, a surprising result given the rally in most tech stocks.

“It remains a mystery to me how SoftBank’s investment in listed stocks could result in losses, ...

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/11/10/business/corpor…

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/son-personal-stake-softbank-t…


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Tuesday 10 November 2020 11:16 am
Softbank ‘considers moving Vision Fund’ from London to Abu Dhabi
Anna Menin

Japanese tech investment giant Softbank is reportedly considering moving the unit that manages its $100bn (£75.6bn) Vision Fund from London to Abu Dhabi.

The move has been under discussion for several weeks, the Financial Times reported, citing people with knowledge of the talks.

The relocation of Softbank Investment Advisors, which manages the Vision Fund, is said to be being considered for a number of reasons, including a desire to lower the unit’s taxes.

It would also move the unit closer to one of its main backers, ...

https://www.cityam.com/softbank-considers-moving-vision-fund…


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15.11.20 19:43:22
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 65.680.872 von teecee1 am 12.11.20 09:24:34 ... :rolleyes: ... selbstfahrendes Hirn zu verschenken ...


Uber's Self-Driving Unit Is For Sale: TechCrunch
Catherine Ross
Sat, November 14, 2020, 6:56 PM GMT+1


Uber Technologies Inc (NYSE: UBER) is looking to sell its self-driving unit, TechCrunch has reported.

What Happened: Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group has been negotiating the sale with Aurora Innovation, a self-driving technology startup. According to three people involved in the deal, the discussions started in October, and they are “far along.”

The ATG unit is currently valued at $7.25 billion, with investors like SoftBank Group (OTC: SFTBF)’s Vision Fund and Toyota (NYSE: TM).

Aurora Innovation provides software, ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/ubers-self-driving-unit-sale-…


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Eighteen months ago, Uber’s self-driving car unit, Uber Advanced Technologies Group, was valued at $7.25 billion following a $1 billion investment from Toyota, DENSO and SoftBank’s Vision Fund. Now, it’s up for sale and a competing autonomous vehicle technology startup is in talks with Uber to buy it, according to three sources familiar with the deal. ...

... :rolleyes: ... irgendein Dummkopf wird sich schon finden ... VW, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, ... Hamilton ... wer ist schuld bei einem Unfall ... ??? ... wer zahlt ... ??? ...

https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/13/uber-in-talks-to-sell-atg-…


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Nov 9, 2020
SoftBank COO, Vision Fund Head Leave Board in Corporate Overhaul

Takashi Mochizuki and Pavel Alpeyev, Bloomberg News

(Bloomberg) -- SoftBank Group Corp. said four of its current directors will leave the board in an effort to increase the proportion of outside directors and improve corporate governance.

Marcelo Claure, chief operating officer; Rajeev Misra, head of the Vision Fund; and Katsunori Sago, chief strategy officer, will step down from the board as part of the restructuring. Yasir O. Al-Rumayyan, who represented Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, will also leave the board.

SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son said the changes are ...

https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/softbank-coo-vision-fund-head-le…

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech/startups/rajeev-mi…

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/09/softbank-removes-board-membe…


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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 65.714.835 von teecee1 am 15.11.20 19:43:22SoftBank Founder Has $80 Billion to Defend His AI Vision
Giles Turner
Tue, November 17, 2020, 4:35 PM GMT+1


(Bloomberg) -- SoftBank Group Corp.’s founder Masayoshi Son said he has $80 billion in cash to buy back more shares and continue investing in both private and public companies.

“If our shares drop down, I will buy back more shares more aggressively,” the chief executive officer said at the New York Times DealBook conference Tuesday. “We have $80 billion in cash at hand.”

After a record fall in its share price in March, SoftBank unveiled plans to offload 4.5 trillion yen ($43.2 billion) in assets and buy back 2.5 trillion yen of its own stock. The idea of going private through a buyout has been discussed within SoftBank for at least five years, but Son declined to comment on whether he would take his company off the stock market.

Son also defended his recent investment in public equities. SoftBank has poured about $20 billion into tech stocks and derivatives through a unit in which the billionaire personally holds a one-third stake. A 292 billion yen derivative loss in the September quarter helped all but wipe out gains it made in the first quarter.

“Who said I should not invest in public companies if I believe they will become a successful companies in the AI revolution?”...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/softbank-founder-80-billion-d…


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Marie Huillet 16 Nov 2020
Jay Clayton verlässt US-SEC bald

Der Vorsitzende der US-Wertpapieraufsicht SEC will die Position nach dreieinhalb Jahren verlassen.

Jay Clayton, der seit Mai 2017 als Vorsitzender der US-Börsenaufsicht SEC tätig ist, wird die Behörde Ende 2020 verlassen.

https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2020-284

In ihrer offiziellen Pressemitteilung erklärte die Behörde, dass Clayton einer der Vorstände ist, ...

https://de.cointelegraph.com/news/jay-clayton-will-step-down…


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... :rolleyes: ... SEC = BaFin ...


SEC Shakeup! Booked Club! Shelton gets real GOP support!

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DOD, DHS, CISA, and then recently this news broke...



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Jay Clayton, the guy who turned a blind eye to SEC complaints about corporate corruption is GONE, VAMOOSE, FIRED, TERMINATED, I don't care...he's gone! Why is the YUGE??? Because many corrupt corporations are publicly traded or they are big enough to file quarterly reports with the SEC. The SEC didn't care what they posted because most of their prospectus' or proxies contained fraudulent information about their business model. Once a person reports inconsistencies to their model or a fake Federal Tax ID number, the SEC did nothing to penalize fraudulent information. They issue the complainant a stupid TCR form and then your complaint goes into a black hole and you NEVER hear from the SEC again.

Where the heck was the SEC (Clayton was not Chairman in 2006-2009) when the mortgage fraud hit America? All those fake REMIC's and Mortgage Loan Trusts that were filled with fraud! How about when social media suspends you without merit? What about all those bogus Shell Companies filed in the State of DE to avoid taxes? What about the Big Banks and Wall Street laundering money or their other criminal acts? While millions of middle America workers had to pay taxes, these corrupt companies got away with paying state taxes and they formed Shell Companies within Shell companies and eventually these companies owed nothing to the IRS.

The SEC was a watch dog with no teeth! Wimps, cowards, and how much were they paid by corrupt companies? This Chairman leaving when the stock market is on the rise, is a big statement to the country!

SCOTUS ruled that the SEC can seize profits of corrupt corporations:



Makes me wonder if the CEO's of the big banks are freaking out because their buddy is getting the boot!

https://operationdisclosure1.blogspot.com/2020/11/sec-shakeu…


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With markets getting increasingly complex and automated, the SEC has been looked to stand as a referee and prevent some of the glitches that became commonplace earlier in the decade.

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/16/jay-clayton-says-he-will-ste…


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SoftBank CEO wants to be prepared for 'worst-case' Lehman-like scenario
Nov. 17, 2020 1:03 PM ETSoftBank Group Corp. (SFTBY)By: Kim Khan,

SoftBank (OTCPK:SFTBY) Founder and CEO Masayoshi Son says while things look like they're getting better with respect to COVID-19, in the short term he's "pessimistic" and "just preparing for the worst-case scenario".

Before the last distribution of a vaccine, "some major company could crash" and a "domino effect could happen like the Lehman crisis, just wham bang”, he said at the New York Times DealBook Conference.

The "second wave or third wave of Covid-19 (is still increasing) around the world and, of course, the vaccine’s coming ... but who knows, in the next two or three months, any disaster could happen.” ...

https://seekingalpha.com/news/3637207-softbank-ceo-wants-to-…


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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 65.743.602 von teecee1 am 17.11.20 20:14:23
Die Große Impfung: https://www.weforum.org/events/the-davos-agenda-2021


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Nasdaq Whale Harpooned: SoftBank To Wind Down Option Bets After Investor Outrage

by Tyler Durden
Wed, 12/02/2020 - 10:25


The writing was already on the wall last month when we reported that SoftBank's attempt to corner a handful of giga-cap tech stocks with call spreads lead to a surprising $3.7 billion loss for the Japanese VC conglomerate's brand new public trading entity, SB Northstar, better known as the "Nasdaq Whale", which is one-third owned by Masa Son and headed by former Deutsche Bank prop trader Akshay Naheta out of Abu Dhabi. ...


As a result of the unexpected loss, which according to Bloomberg led to a "sustained backlash from investors", SoftBank Group has decided to beach the Nasdaq Whale for good (contrary to prior reports it would no longer dabble in derivatives which proved to be fake news) and is winding down its derivatives strategy (even as it continues investing in large US tech stocks such as Amazon and Facebook, using $80bn in cash raised from its recent asset sales). It will do so by letting its billions in options expire, instead of maintaining its positions, Bloomberg sources said. ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/nasdaq-whale-harpooned-sof…


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December 2, 20205:37 AM Updated 10 hours ago
SoftBank winding down derivatives after investor backlash: Bloomberg News

By Reuters Staff 2 Min R

(Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp is winding down its derivatives holdings following an investor backlash, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday, citing unidentified sources.

About 90% of the options, which accompanied SoftBank shifting part of its cash reserves into listed tech stocks, will be closed out by the end of December, Bloomberg said. (bloom.bg/2JBIuT6)

The investments by SB Northstar, ...

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-softbank-group-options-tr…


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SoftBank CEO Warns Of "Lehman-Like-Crisis" That Could Crash Global Economy

by Tyler Durden
Tue, 11/17/2020 - 18:45


Speaking at the New York Times' DealBook Online Summit on Tuesday morning, SoftBank CEO Masa Son warns about the possibility of an impending "disaster" that could tank global markets in the coming months as the second wave of the virus pandemic intensifies. ...



https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/softbank-ceo-warns-lehman-…

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Softbank-Chef bereitet sich auf ein „Worst-Case-Szenario“ vor

Barbara Barkhausen
18 Nov 2020


Der Tech-Investor stieß Werte in Höhe von 80 Milliarden Dollar ab. Außerdem: ...

Guten Morgen! Während ihr geschlafen habt, ging andernorts die Arbeit in der Digitalszene weiter.

Masayoshi Son, CEO und Gründer des japanischen Tech-Investors Softbank, hat auf einer virtuellen Konferenz der New York Times gesagt, dass er in diesem Jahr aggressiv Vermögenswerte verkauft hat, um sich auf ein „Worst-Case-Szenario“ vorzubereiten, das eintreten könnte, falls die Welt in einer zweiten Welle von Coronavirus-Ausbrüchen zusammenbrechen sollte. Er sagte, er habe in diesem Jahr zunächst einen Verkauf von Vermögenswerten in Höhe von rund 40 Milliarden US-Dollar angestrebt, am Ende jedoch Unternehmen in Höhe von rund 80 Milliarden Dollar verkauft, um dem Unternehmen im Falle eines globalen Notfalls Liquidität zu verschaffen. „In den nächsten zwei oder drei Monaten könnte jede Katastrophe passieren“, sagte Son. „Wir bereiten uns also nur auf den schlimmsten Fall vor.“ [Mehr bei New York Times und CNBC] ...

https://www.gruenderszene.de/business/softbank-amazon-robinh…


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Banker-Warnung: Aktienmarkt in USA am Rande des Crashs?

11:30 20.11.2020(aktualisiert 13:14 20.11.2020) https://sptnkne.ws/Ex3j

Von Natalja Dembinskaja

Um in der Pandemie zu bestehen, haben US-Unternehmen Notkredite aufgenommen, die allmählich zum Problem werden. Das Verhältnis zwischen Verschuldung und Eigenvermögen amerikanischer Firmen schießt auf ein 20-Jahres-Hoch, während auch der Börsenwert der Unternehmen steigt. Wegen einer Pleitewelle droht in den USA ein Aktiencrash, sagt sogar die Fed.

Amerikanische Firmen sind in den letzten sechs Monaten auf der Börse immer teurer geworden. Die Regierung hat die Wirtschaft mit massiven Corona-Hilfen gestützt, ...

https://de.sputniknews.com/wirtschaft/20201120328416733-akti…


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Harry Dent: Aktien stürzen bis April um 40% ab und werden sich jahrzehntelang nicht mehr erholen
26.11.2020 | Redaktion

David Lin sprach für Kitco News jüngst mit dem (Finanznewsletter-)Autor Harry Dent über die aktuelle Lage am Aktienmarkt. Der Gründer von HS Dent ist sich sicher, dass der zyklische Bullenmarkt für Aktien vorüber ist; nach Dezember werden die Aktien ihm zufolge einen säkularen mehrjährigen Rückgang starten, beginnend mit einer 40%-igen Korrektur bis April.

"Wenn wir einen weiteren neuen Tiefststand am Aktienmarkt erleben, sage ich voraus, dass es zu keinen neuen Höchstständen bei Dow, S&P, NASDAQ, Biotech, suchen Sie sich etwas aus, kommen wird ... Wir werden für Jahrzehnte keine neuen Hochs bei irgendetwas sehen", so Dent. "Nach 1929 gab es 24 Jahre lang keine neuen Hochs mehr."

Auf den nächsten Börsencrash werde nicht einfach eine Erholung folgen, wie es nach dem Ausverkauf vom März 2020 der Fall war. "Es ist ein Reset für die größte Finanzblase der Geschichte, die teilweise am Anfang durch eine gute Wirtschaft verursacht wurde, wie in den goldenen 20er Jahren, aber durch die Zentralbanken extrem gepusht wurde", erklärt der Experte.

Auslöser für den Crash seien laut Dent weitere Pleiten: ...

https://www.goldseiten.de/artikel/473595--Harry-Dent~-Aktien…


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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 65.924.736 von teecee1 am 02.12.20 17:57:14SoftBank Is Discussing a ‘Slow-Burn’ Buyout to Go Private

Pavel Alpeyev and Giles Turner
Wed, December 9, 2020, 7:24 AM GMT+1·5 min read




(Bloomberg) -- SoftBank Group Corp. is debating a new strategy to go private by gradually buying back outstanding shares until founder Masayoshi Son has a big enough stake he can squeeze out the remaining investors, according to people familiar with the matter.

The approach would likely take more than a year and would mean the Japanese company continues to sell assets to fund successive buybacks, the people said, asking not to be identified because the plan is private. Son wouldn’t buy more shares himself, but his ownership stake, now about 27%, would increase as other investors sell stock. Under Japanese regulations, Son could compel other shareholders to sell when he gets to 66% ownership, perhaps without paying a premium, the people said.

One advantage of the plan, which insiders have called a “slow-motion” or “slow-burn” buyout, is that it gives SoftBank flexibility to purchase its own stock when it dips, according to the people. In the case of a formal buyout, it would have to pay a premium, likely of around 25%. Shareholders are also likely to support buybacks, especially since the company continues to trade at a discount to the total value of its holdings in companies from Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Uber Technologies Inc. to DoorDash Inc.

The billionaire said ... :rolleyes: ... was ich heute nicht verkaufen kann, dann ist der Mist halt Morgen dran ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/softbank-discussing-slow-burn…


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December 7, 2020

SoftBank Group Corp.Status of Share Repurchase in accordance with the Board Resolutions as of June 25and July 30, 2020

(Share repurchase under the provisions of SBG’s Articles of Incorporation pursuant to Article 165, Paragraph 2 of the Companies Act of Japan)

SoftBank Group Corp. (“SBG”) announced the status of the repurchase of its own shares conducted in November 2020 as follows, pursuant to Article 156 of the Companies Act of Japan as applied pursuant to Article 165, Paragraph 3.


For Reference:

1.Details of the resolution made by the Board of Directors on June 25, 2020

(1) Class of shares to be repurchased:Common stock of SBG

(2) Total number of repurchasable shares: 115,000,000(maximum)

(3) To t a l amount of repurchase: JPY 500 billion (maximum)

(4) Repurchase period:From June 26,2020 to March 31, 20

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For Reference:

1. Details of the resolution made by the Board of Directors on July 30, 2020

(1) Class of shares to be repurchased:Common stock of SBG

(2) Total number of repurchasable shares: 240,000,000(maximum)

(3) To t a l amount of repurchase: JPY 1 trillion(maximum)

(4) Repurchase period:From July 31,2020 to July 30, 2021

https://links.sgx.com/FileOpen/SBG20201207.ashx?App=Announce…


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Planet Ponzi @PlanetPonzi · Dec 1, 2020

Remember When The #BankofJapan 'Reimagined' Monetary Policy Based On A Belief That Peter Pan Can Fly?

Why Do We Trust Central Banks?

How Do #CentralBanks Keep Getting It Wrong?

"Doing The Same Thing Over & Over And Expecting A Different Result" - Einstein

Time For Change.



https://twitter.com/PlanetPonzi/status/1333836356431343617


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Schreibst du noch bei mehr Papieren? Wenn man das Gegenteil deiner anal ysen macht wird man reich, wollt ich nur mal gesagt haben, 157 Prozent plus bei softbank
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