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Kei Komuro Biography – Kei Komuro Wiki
Kei Komuro is a law clerk at Lowenstein Sandler in New York. He counsels entrepreneurs, emerging companies, and investors on venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, entity formation, and general corporate matters. He has experience working in Tokyo at both a law firm and a foreign exchange bank where, as a certified securities broker representative, he provided loan and foreign exchange services and prepared financial analyses for non-Japanese corporate clients.
He has worked with many entrepreneurs and emerging companies through his legal internships at NYC-based tech startup, and Fordham’s Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, where he received special recognitions.
On October 26, 2021, Komuro won the first prize in the 2020 business law writing competition sponsored by the New York State Bar Association’s Business Law Section for his article, titled “Compliance Problems in Website Accessibility and Implications for Entrepreneurs.” He received $2,000 in cash prize. He placed second in the same section of the previous NYSBA writing competition for his article, titled “Potential Reforms of Crowdfunding Law for Social Enterprises.”
He graduated from the Fordham University School of Law in May 2021. He is awaiting bar results after taking the N.Y, bar exam in July. Kei is fluent in Japanese.
Kei Komuro Age
Kei Komuro was born on 5 October 1991 in Japan. He is of Japanese nationality. His wife, Mako Komuro, was born on October 23, 1991, in Kunaichō Hospital, Tokyo, Japan. Both are 30 years old.
Kei Komuro Parents
Kei Komuro was raised by a single mother. Little is known about his biological father.
Kei Komuro Family Background
Kei Komuro is from a humble background, and local tabloids have spent years digging dirt on his family – specifically his mother. Japan’s Princess Mako of Akishino and Kei Komuro were set to wed in 2018, but had their wedding postponed following claims Kei Komuro’s mother had financial problems – she had reportedly taken a loan of about $35,000 from her former fiancé and not paid him back.
Princess Mako Husband Kei Komuro – Kei Komuro Wife
On 26 October 2021, lawyer Kei Komuro married Princess Mako, the elder daughter of Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko. The couple’s marriage registration was submitted to a local government office by an Imperial Household Agency official. According to the Imperial Household Law, Princess Mako has lost her status as an Imperial family member by marrying a commoner. She will be known as Mako Komuro.
Crown Prince Akishino and Crown Princess Kiko, and her sister Princess Kako saw Princess Mako off at the entrance of their family residence in Minato Ward, Tokyo. Mako repeatedly bowed to her parents and shared an affectionate hug with her sister before leaving.
Kei Komoro left his family home in Kohoku Ward, Yokohama, dressed in a dark blue suit, a tie and a mask. The newlyweds will reside in New York where Komuro has a job at a law firm.
Mako did not receive the one-time marriage allowance of up to ¥152.5 million (about $1.3 million) that is provided when leaving the Imperial family, a first for an Imperial bride since the end of World War II.
Komuro and Princess Mako met in 2012 when they were undergraduates at the International Christian University in Tokyo. Their engagement was unofficially decided on in September 2017 after they had been dating for five years. However, in February 2018 the marriage was postponed, with “insufficient preparation” cited as the reason
Princess Mako is the ninth female Imperial family member to marry in the postwar era, and the first since October 2018 when Princess Ayako, the third daughter of Prince Takamado and Princess Hisako, was married. The Imperial family now consists of 17 members including the Emperor, Empress, Emperor Emeritus and Empress Emerita, The Japan News reported.
Kei Komuro Mother
Kei Komuro’s mother has been in a monetary dispute since 2012 with her ex-fiancé. The financial scandal caused her son’s wedding postponed in 2018. His mother started dating her ex-fiance in 2010 and was planning to get married. She later received financial support estimated to be $35,000 for living expenses and Komuro’s university tuition fee. The couple later broke up in September 2012. Kei Komuro’s mother ex-fiancé later asked for repayment in 2013 via a letter that was not responded to. In January 2019, it was announced that the monetary dispute had been resolved.
Kei Komuro Net Worth
Kei Komuro’s net worth is unclear. He is a recent graduate and works as a law clerk.
Kei Komuro Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (170.18 cm).