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Daiwa Securities Group - Strategy on Retail Business - 17 th December, 2014 Daiwa Securities Group Inc. Deputy President, Head of Retail Yoriyuki Kusaki 1 This presentation may contain forward-looking
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Daiwa Securities Group - Strategy on Retail Business - 17 th December, 2014 Daiwa Securities Group Inc. Deputy President, Head of Retail Yoriyuki Kusaki 1 This presentation may contain forward-looking statements about the Daiwa Securities Group. You can identify these statements by the fact that they do not relate strictly to historic or current facts. These statements discuss future expectations, identify strategies, contain projections of results of operations or of financial condition or state other forward-looking information. These statements are based on currently available information and represent the beliefs of the management of the Daiwa Securities Group. These statements are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties that could cause the Daiwa Securities Group s actual results, performance, achievements or financial condition to differ materially from those described or implied in the forward-looking statements. The Daiwa Securities Group undertakes no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statements after the date of this presentation. These potential risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: competition within the financial services industries in Japan and overseas, our ability to adjust our business focus and to maintain profitable strategic alliances, volatile and sudden movements in the international securities markets, foreign exchange and global economic situations affecting the Daiwa Securities Group. Daiwa Securities Group - Strategy on Retail Business - Index Ⅰ- The Significance of the Retail Business to the Daiwa Securities Group 3 Ⅱ- Expanding the Stable Revenue Base 7 Ⅲ- Expanding the Wealth Management Business - focus on Inheritance Business - 12 Ⅳ- Areas to Improve the Retail Business 16 2 Ⅰ- The Significance of the Retail Business to the Daiwa Securities Group 3 Ⅰ- The Significance of the Retail Business to the Daiwa Securities Group Medium Term Management Plan, Passion for the Best 2014 Daiwa Securities Group Management Vision To become Asia s s leading financial services firm possessing and leveraging a solid business platform in Japan Establish a robust business structure capable of securing profit even under stressful economic conditions Daiwa Securities Group Basic Management Policy Achieve sustainable growth by linking Japan and growth of Asia Outline of Medium Term Management Plan Passion Passion for the Best 2014 Establish a robust business structure immune to the external environment and aspire to achieve sound growth based on a new growth h strategy Milestones FY2012 Turnaround FY2013 Growth FY2014 Expansion Basic Policies for Medium Term Management Plan Basic Policy I: Return to profitability by pursuing management efficiencies (Focus of execution in the first fiscal year) Steadily implement the plan to reduce SG&A Realize greater organizational efficiencies by shifting personnel from the middle-and-back offices to the front divisions Basic Policy II: Achieve client based high-quality earnings growth Drastically expand our client base in Japan by investing management resources in the retail and asset management businesses -Expand stable earnings by increasing investment trusts and deposit balances- Strengthen revenue capacity centered around the launch of the New Daiwa Securities -Step up approaches to high net worth individuals and the middle market- Rebuild our wholesale business -Re-strengthen the brokerage business and build an efficient global network- Management Targets 1. Consolidated Ordinary Income [Initial FY]Return to Profitability [Final FY]Over Y120bil 2. Fixed Cost Coverage Ratio [Final FY 4Q annualized]over 60% 4 Ⅰ- The Significance of the Retail Business to the Daiwa Securities Group Expansion Aim for Sustainable Growth For the final year of the Medium-Term Management Plan, we will focus on expanding our client base, aiming for the group s sustainable growth ( Expansion ) FY2014 Expansion Sustainable Growth 5 Strengthen profitability with synergy of integration between Retail and 6 Wholesale divisions Rebuild wholesale business 4 Strengthen IPO business Expand new client base centered on NISA 7 3 Focus on wrap business 2 Expand client based high-quality earnings Expand sales organization 1 Expand overseas business alliances 8 Strengthen profitability of asset management business (mutual funds, real estates) Evolve the unique combined securities-banking business model 5 Ⅰ- The Significance of the Retail Business to the Daiwa Securities Group Retail division acts as the main revenue generator of consolidated results By further strengthening the collaboration with wholesale division and other group companies, the retail division acts as the main revenue generator of consolidated results In terms of stable revenue, the retail division also contributes to the increase in Fixed cost coverage ratio*, a key management target under the current Medium Term Plan, by expanding the balance of bank deposits and mutual funds, taking advantage of our unique combined securities-banking business model Proportion of retail division results to consolidated net operating revenues Proportion of retail division results to total stable revenues (Y bil) Others Retail Division Retail Ratio % 44.2% % % 100% 80% 60% 40% (Y bil) Others Daiwa Next Bank Asset Management Division Retail Division Retail Ratio 52.0% 45.8% 47.2% 47.5% 100% 80% 60% 40% % 30 20% 0 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014/1H (Annualized) 0% 0 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014/2Q (Annualized) 0% * Fixed cost coverage ratio = Stable revenues / Fixed cost 6 Ⅱ- Expanding the Stable Revenue Base 7 Ⅱ- Expanding the Stable Revenue Base Overview of Wrap Account Service As wrap accounts quickly gained recognition in Japan, Daiwa s AUM for wrap accounts also increased rapidly. In Japan, the balance of wrap accounts against individual financial assets is substantially smaller compared to the U.S., a leading country in wrap business. In Japan, therefore, there is a huge potential to increase the AUM of wrap accounts. AUM of Wrap accounts Comparison of financial assets between Japan and the U.S. (as at June, 2014) (Y bil) 2,500 2,000 Others Daiwa 2,219 8,000 Household financial assets (Y tri) (Y tri) 6, AUM of wrap accounts (including institutions) 384 1,642 1,500 6, X X 1,000 4, ,000 1, Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 All figures are as at the end of each quarter. 0 Japan U.S Japan $1=Y101 U.S. (Source)Japan Investment Advisors Corporation Bank of Japan Money Management Institute Daiwa Securities 8 Ⅱ- Expanding the Stable Revenue Base Daiwa s s Strength in Wrap Business Daiwa offers an extensive line-up of investment styles for Daiwa Fund Wrap and SMA services, which enables it it to make appropriate proposals to meet diversified customer needs. By using the unique combined securities-banking business model, Daiwa offers a package plan, Daiwa Fund Wrap and Yen Denominated Time Deposit Plan, which has contributed to the increase in in new contracts. Contractual amounts by existing customers have been increasing due to the strong performance. Extensive product line-ups Performance of Daiwa Fund Wrap* Fund Wrap Contract amount is from Y3.0 mil, the lowest in the industry. Most number of investment styles (more than 100) Conservative (Yutori Plus) Balanced (Basic) Aggressive (Apr ~ Nov. 2014) SMA Dedicated SMA consultants give proposals and support on investment styles to meet customer needs. Large range of investment styles exclusive to Daiwa SMA Package plan with yen denominated time deposit Provided by collaborating with Daiwa Next Bank, with the aim to help first-time investors to take their first step. Contracts by first-time investors have contributed to the increase in new contracts. Proportion of package plan contracts among new Fund Wrap contracts (FY 2014) Package Plan circa 30% Others FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 Portofolio Style Performance 6 Months 1year 2years Conservative (Yutori Plus) +8.8% +10.4% +37.8% Balanced (Basic) +11.9% +15.0% +52.8% Aggressive +16.0% +19.2% +81.3% Reference date: as at Nov.28, Performance based on model case scenarios where fund wrap-exclusive funds are held at the standard allocation rate for each investment style (Index basis: 100 = Mar. 31, 2012; fund wrap fees etc. are not taken into consideration) 9 Ⅱ- Expanding the Stable Revenue Base Expansion of AUC of Investment Trusts The AUC of investment trusts has steadily increased through measures that meet customer needs, including advising long-term ownership and promoting accumulative investments. The AUC of investment trusts in the retail division posted a record high at the end of 2Q, 2014; the AUC increased further In November. An increase in agency fee contributed to the expansion of stable revenues. (Y tri) AUC of investment trusts in the retail division Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q Nov FY2005 FY2006 FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 All figures are as at the end of each quarter. 10 Ⅱ- Expanding the Stable Revenue Base Evolving the Securities Banking Business Model (Foreign Currency Deposits) In November 2014, Daiwa Next Bank introduced a sweeping function for foreign currencies; and it it increased the number of foreign currencies it it handles from 6 to 10. The features of the sweeping function include: Purchase amount for foreign denominated securities products is is automatically sent from the Daiwa Next Bank account to to the Daiwa Securities account. Redemption proceeds, interests, coupons, and dividends from foreign currency assets are automatically sent to to the Daiwa Next Bank account, which offers a relatively good interest rate. The improved convenience has pushed up the number of newly opened foreign currency deposit accounts at Daiwa Next Bank by customers who own foreign assets at Daiwa Securities. Introduction of a sweeping function for foreign currencies; and an increase in handled foreign currencies The value of foreign currency denominated deposits at Daiwa Next Bank Daiwa Next Bank (foreign currency deposit account) Sweep Daiwa Securities (foreign currency account) (Y bil) Foreign currency deposit account opening status by customers who own foreign currency assets at Daiwa Securities foreign currency deposit account circa 40% GBP 200 EUR CAD 150 As at end of Nov, 2014 TRY HKD MXN USD ZAR AUD NZD 0 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 2Q Nov FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 All figures are as at the end of each quarter. GBP, CAD, HKD, MXN were introduced in Nov, Ⅲ- Expanding the Wealth Business - focus on Inheritance Business - 12 Ⅲ- Expanding the Wealth Business - focus on Inheritance Business - Extensive Products and Services offered to the Wealth Business CustomersC Needs as an individual Needs as a company owner Wrap Business Asset Management Expand Core Business Business Matching Real Estate Consulting Inheritance Donation Business Integration IPO Inheritance Total Service Business Succession Staff Benefits M&A Pension Insurance Medical Insurance Introduce Certified Tax Accountants and Lawyers Tax Advice Match the Wealth Business customers needs Wealth Asset Management Wealth Asset Utilization Profit Stabilization 401K Business Insurance Operational Lease Bank Deposit (Daiwa Next Bank) Securities-backed Loans Overseas Services (Business Expansion etc.) 13 Ⅲ- Expanding the Wealth Business - focus on Inheritance Business - Developments Surrounding Inheritance The inheritance tax will be increased in 2015, after which the number of inheritance tax applicants and the amount of inheritance tax are expected to rise. More than half of the inherited property consists of real estate; the value of assets used to calculate inheritance tax has increased due to the rise in land prices. Increase in inheritance tax (from 2015) Impact by the rise in land price Present Post-reform Breakdown of Inherited Property Timing of of Application Reduction of Basic Deduction for Bequest Fixed Reduction Amount Legal Heir Proportional Reduction Until 31 Dec From 1 Jan mil Yen Number of 10mil Yen Legal Heirs Increase of Maximum Tax Rate 40% 30mil Yen 6mil Yen Number of Legal Heirs Savings, De posits etc. 25.4% Othe rs 11.1% Securities 12.3% Housing 5.3% Land 45.9% 51.2% from Real Estate (Source) National Tax Agency, Inheritance Tax Filed in 2012 Maximum Tax Rate Rate is is 50% if if the value of of acquired property is is more than 300 mil Yen Rate is is 55% if if the value of of acquired property is is more than 600mil Yen Road Price Ratings (2014) The 2014 Road Price Ratings released by the National Tax Agency showed a substantial increase in large city areas. The yoy increase rate for main maximum road prices of prefectural capitals: Nagoya City: 10.0%, Chuo Ward of Tokyo City; 9.7%, Yokohama City: 7.8%, Saitama City: 7.1%, Osaka City: 6.2% 14 Ⅲ- Expanding the Wealth Business - focus on Inheritance Business - Expanding the Inheritance Business Most number of CFP staff Generational Change Move out from the deflationary phase Asset Preservation Tighten Asset Taxation Interests of wealth business customers Daiwa leading provider of inheritance business services Deploy Inheritance Consultants Gateway for branch s inheritance related issues Starting from Jan at at 21 branches. New career path for qualified staff Introduction of Internal Qualification (Inheritance Planner Qualification) Inheritance Total Service Focusing on practical solutions. Training has started from Oct 2014 Offer solutions relating to to inheritance issues (pre-inheritance) Property evaluation; tax estimation; support will-writing etc. (at (at the time of of inheritance) Inheritance procedures; tax estimation; heritage division; advice on on tax payment funds and real estate etc. Introduce specialists (tax accountant s corporation, judicial scrivener etc.) inheritance tax payment based on on self assessment; tax agency; registration of of inheritance (real estate) etc. Knowledge to practice Offer the family (presumptive heir) preferential services depending on the amount of of assets under custody Offer the family (presumptive heir) preferential services Family Plus Strengthen our customer-based approach, capture asset shift and customers of the next generation through the expansion of the inheritance business 15 Ⅳ- Areas to Improve the Retail Business 16 Ⅳ- Areas to Improve the Retail Business For Broader Range of Investors Create services and platforms suitable for an era when securities investments become part of people s s lives Deflationary era Post-deflationary era Focus on certain investors Branches Contact Center Branches Broader range of investors choose channels according to their own needs Enhancement of seamless collaboration between each channels Contact Center Retirees Outbound Wealthy Self-directed investor Wealthy Diversification of investors Asset building layer Support for asset building Inbound Self-directed investor Youth PC Smart phone/ tablet PC Investor education and enlightenment through each channel Smart phone/ tablet 17 Ⅳ- Areas to Improve the Retail Business Use of Contact Centers and Smart Devices Introduced smart devices and contact centers, which alternatively receive calls coming through the main switchboard of branches/sales offices. Branches/sales offices that have introduced the system have found that created more time has been created for sales activities including an increase in in the number of client meetings. Contact centers are scheduled to be introduced to all branches/sales offices by the end of FY2014. Measures to improve operational efficiency Increase opportunities to contact customers Contact Centers Assist branches/sales offices by alternatively receiving main switchboard calls (to be introduced to all branches/sales offices by March 2015) Customer Calls to main switchboard Contact center (Tokyo Osaka) Sales office Number of Client Meetings (FY2014 monthly average) Index: FY 2014= Forward calls to sales offices when necessary Synergy effect 50 Smart Devices Distributed PC tablets/smart phones to all sales staff (Jun. 2014) Customer information CRM coordination Pitching materials E-signature procedure Investment information 0 All 全 branches/ 営 業 店 sales offices Branches/ sales 代 替 offices 受 電 未 導 入 店 without support by contact centers Branches/ sales 代 替 offices 受 電 既 導 入 店 with support by contact centers 3Q 3Q(10~11 (Oct. Nov. 月 2014) ) A full-scale introduction of alternatively receiving calls by contact centers started from July As at the end of November 2014, around half of branches/sales offices have introduced the system. 18 Ⅳ- Areas to Improve the Retail Business Retiree-focused planning service ( Korekara( Korekara-Life ) We introduced a retiree-focused planning service ( Korekara-Life )to all branches (excludes sales offices) to provide cash flow analysis and the most appropriate portfolio designs to retired or soon-to-retire customers. Fund Wrap is the mainly proposed product, while we also offer products including mutual funds and insurance according to customer needs. Cash flow analysis Ask customer s life plan Analyze cash flows up to retirement Analyze cash flows post-retirement Planning service Portfolio designing Ask customer s investment experience and investment policy Provide recommended portfolio and future simulation results Solution Product offering Offer a variety of products in response to diversified customer needs Cash Flow Analysis (Easy!Life Navi) Portfolio Recommendation (Free portfolio Designing Service/ Hearing Sheet) Offer Fund Wrap and other products according to customer needs Grow Receive Daiwa Fund Wrap NISA-accumulative services Monthly dividend payment type mutual funds Pension Insurance Protect Time deposit Medical Insurance 19 Daiwa Securities Group Inc. Investor Relations TEL: FAX: URL: 20
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