Hoping to cash in on an aging Japanese population that's funneling its retirement savings into bank deposits in the face of a pension pinch, Fidelity Investments will launch three funds that focus on paying dividends, Bloomberg recently reported.

Bank deposits in the Land of the Rising Sun account for roughly $6.3 trillion in savings, or 53% of their individual financial assets, and Fidelity think it can quadruple the assets it manages for Japanese individuals and companies to $100 billion in the next five years.

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