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Fumihiko Maki

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Fumihiko Maki


Fumihoko Maki, 86, is a Japanese modernist architect who has designed landmark buildings including the Nippon Convention Center in Tokyo, an expansion of the United Nations headquarters and Tower 4 at the former World Trade Center site in New York. Maki is a recipient of the $100,000 Priztker Architecture Prize, which honors living architects of exceptional talent and is considered to be the “Nobel Prize in architecture.”

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Maki became an HSBC client in 1987. His client account held as much as $810,590 in 2006/2007. It listed at least five bank accounts associated with it. He was account holder of this account together with another family member.


Maki did not respond to ICIJ's repeated requests for comment