Tomoya Nakamura
Tomoya Nakamura
Managing Director, GLOBIS Corporation

Mr. Nakamura started his career at Marubeni Corporation, from which he was seconded to Advantage Partners to assist with the reorganization of invested companies. Later, as a general manager of Fuji Machinery Mfg. & Electronics Corporation, he contributed to the rapid reorganization of the company. He then served as senior managing director at Sun-Life Corporation, where he introduced a progressive ESOP for more than 250 employees, including part-time workers.

Now, at GLOBIS, Mr. Nakamura teaches leadership, strategy, and other crucial business topics in the MBA program. He also conducts global training programs for corporate clients.

Mr. Nakamura earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and holds a BA from Hitotsubashi University.

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