In anticipation of the introduction of the first Japanese version of 401(k) retirement savings products in the fall of 2000, the National Investment Company Services Administration of Wellesley, Mass. is holding a conference in Tokyo on Dec. 8 for U.S. and Japanese investment management professionals. The conference, the first NICSA will hold in Japan, will provide an opportunity for attendees to trade information about each other's defined contribution and pension markets.

The one-day conference, "Japan-USA Asset Management Forum," is being co-sponsored by the Kenzai Institute of Tokyo, Japan's version of the Investment Company Institute.

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