New CCCJ Members
Spring 2019


Name Jeremy Sampson
Company Managing Director for Japan and Korea, Robert Walters Japan

Robert Walters is a leading specialist consultancy for permanent and contract recruitment. Robert Walters Japan possesses the distinct advantages of size and a proven track record, allowing you to tap into an unparalleled global network that enables clients and candidates to come together in the most efficient and productive way.


Name Tomohide Karita
Company President, Hiroshima Canada Association

Established in 1988 with the aim of furthering mutual understanding and promoting friendship and goodwill between Hiroshima and Canada, the Hiroshima Canada Association holds regular meetings and undertakes goodwill missions to Canada. We are happy to be a new associate member of the CCCJ and look forward to expanding the scope of our activities.


Name Aki Kaneko
Company EY Japan

I was born in Toronto and spent most of my childhood there before coming to Japan. I work in supply chain management (SCM) and logistics, with a particular focus on fast-moving consumer goods and electronic consumer goods. After completing my MBA through the McGill MBA Japan Program, I decided to join the CCCJ to build relationships with people from Canada and Japan. I am currently a full-time SCM consultant and a part-time breakdancer. I look forward to meeting you all!

Name Tomohiko Kaneko
Company Struqture K.K.

I am an expert in market entry projects, including business development, market research, trade mission support and subsidiary incubation. I have multicultural and multinational business experience, and I have directed various market entry projects for private companies, industry associations and foreign government agencies. I have an MBA from the University of Maryland. I joined the CCCJ because I hope to contribute to the development of economic partnerships between Japan and Canada.

Name Paul Lee
Company Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

I grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, studied law in the United States and now work as a corporate lawyer at the offices of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Tokyo. I joined the CCCJ to connect with fellow Canadians working in Japan and I look forward to meeting everyone in the future.


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