Kiyotaka Matsui

Kiyotaka Matsui

Kiyotaka Matsui has significant experience with challenging business restructurings and reorganization. His experience includes numerous successful restructurings with the Industrial Revitalization Organization of Japan (IRCJ) as a senior manager. Some of Mr. Matsui’s work with the IRCJ includes the restructuring of the Tokyo Electric Power Company following the Fukushima reactor meltdown, assisting with the development of the restructuring plan to address a variety of claims seeking compensation for damages arising out of nuclear contamination. Mr. Matsui is passionate about his practice of assisting companies and businesspeople meet and overc0me challenges.

[ Bar Admissions ] Japan, 1994

[ Education ] Kobe University Faculty of Law (LL.B., 1992 ); Santa Clara University School of Law (LL.M., 2006)

[ Languages ] Japanese, English


  • Japanese Turnaround Practice
    SHOJIHOMU, 2006 “Restructuring Plan Prior to Modification of Loan Terms” Banking Education Co. (2009), co-author
  • Japanese Who should be put on trial
    Gendaijinbun Co. (2007), co-author
  • Japanese The Practice of What the Healthy Company Needs to Know About a “Good Bankruptcy”
    Hankyu Communications (2007), co-author
  • Japanese Introduction to Restructuring of Manufacturers
    Kinzai Institute for Financial Affairs (2006), co-author
  • Japanese Compilation of Model Documentation for Management/Collection of Claims
    SHINNIPPON-HOKI (1996), co-author


Past Lectures and Seminars

  • “Supporting Business Succession of Companies in Excessive Debt” Business Succession Support Seminar, hosted by the Japan Finance Corporation West Japan Corporate Support Office
    January, 2019 Kiyotaka Matsui