Cellbank Announces Merger With IS Holdings
CellBank (accredited cell processing company in Kachidoki, Chuo-ku Tokyo; CEO Motoharu Hojo) announces a merger with IS Holdings (integrated IT-finance company in Marunouchi, Chiyoda Tokyo; CEO Shoji Endo) on December 28, 2021.
With the merger CellBank became a subsidiary of IS Holdings, which now owns 56.1% of CellBank’s capital stock (excluding treasury shares).
CellBank will continue to be run by CEO Motoharu Hojo and current management staff with hopes that the partnership will propel both companies forward into their next stage of business development with public shares.
CellBank is Japan’s leading company in regenerative medicine. With an official Accreditation of Cell Processing from the MHLW under the Act on the Safety of Regenerative Medicine, CellBank provides total institutional support for clinics across the country with essential services like cell cultivation and cell storage. CellBank focuses on making high quality regenerative treatments accessible, offering a wide range of cultivated cells from dermal fibroblasts to stem cells. Like AI, regenerative medicine is one of the most promising fields of modern science. High quality regenerative treatments have the potential to improve lives and cure even the most difficult ailments.
IS Holdings is the parent company of the IS Group, an IT-finance business group with subsidiaries including Gaitame Online. As a new subsidiary of IS Holdings, CellBank hopes to build on the experience and management resources offered by the IS Group to accelerate corporate improvement and provide even higher quality regenerative medicine services.
IS Holdings Co., Ltd.
- Corporate Name
- IS Holdings Co., Ltd.
- President Shoji Endo
- 1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6226
Pacific Century Place Marunouchi 26FL
- April 1, 2008
- Holding company with subsidiaries in IT, Finance, Real Estate, Hospitality & Tourism, Power Generation, M&A, Consulting, Carsharing
- 600,000,000 Yen
- Corporate Name
- Cellbank Co., Ltd.
- President Motoharu Hojo
- 1-13-1 Kachidoki, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0054 Inui Building Kachidoki 3FL
- June 10, 2004
- Accredited Cell Processing, Cell Storage, Institutional Regenerative Medicine Support
- 81,000,000 Yen