Masatsune Ogura

Masatsune Ogura (小倉 正恆 Ogura Masatsune, 1875-03-22–1961-11-20) was a Japanese politician and business man. In 1930 he became the president of Sumitomo Group. During his period as president the company developed into a zaibatsu. He is credited for streamlining management for the company.[1] In 1941 he was appointed Minister of finance for the brief period between 18 July 1941 and 18 October 1941 in Fumimaro Konoe's third cabinet.

  1. Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. Masatsune Ogura, sixth Director General who streamlined Sumitomo management

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