The TSE apologised for inconvenience caused to investors and said it is replacing the faulty hardware. Trading is expected to resume Friday.
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust and Mizuho Trust could face business improvement orders, depending on their explanations and the measures they have planned to prevent recurrence.
Sumitomo Mitsui confirmed that 1,139 shareholder voting forms were not counted even though they were delivered in time.
The breach included clients’ names, contact details, date of birth, bank account information, and identity verification documents of 750 clients.
The trove of documents shows that the banks allowed $2tr to flow through the financial system despite having flagged the transactions as suspicious.
NTT Docomo has reported additional cases of thefts through its e-money service. Japan Post Bank has identified similar thefts via five other operators.
Nomura has apologised for the incident and pledged to strengthen its management of customer information. It will also consider taking legal action against the offending staffer.
NTT Docomo reportedly did not notify many of its partner banks after similar thefts last year, a warning which may have allowed them to bolster authentication protocols.
The combined dataset will provide five years of historical short selling and stock loan data covering Japanese equities for use in portfolio analysis and construction.
The market maker programme will ensure smooth execution of transactions and improve liquidity in the electricity futures market.
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