Sky Finance is a credit company owned by Shun Akiyama. The company is run by both Akiyama and his personal assistant, Hana. It is located in a small space behind the New Serena bar.
Yakuza 4 Edit
It is the main setting in Akiyama's story arc. The company is known for giving loans not based from credit rating, but rather from how committed the client is to get their desired loan, measured by tests. If one passes the test, he/she may get the desired cash loan without having to pay any interest or collateral.
Later on the game, the company suffered from a theft, causing all of its money to gone missing. However, the money is later recovered after a deal at the Kamurocho Hills tower, which Akiyama use as a bait to lure out each of the main antagonists.
Yakuza: Dead Souls Edit
Sky Finance remains in operation during the events of Dead Souls.
Yakuza 5 Edit
In Yakuza 5, Sky Finance expands to the western part of Japan, specifically in Sotenbori, Osaka, to cater for the increased clientele. Notable clients include Mirei Park, who asked for a 300 million yen loan to arrange a concert in Tokyo's Japan Dome for Haruka.
At the Tokyo office, Shinada became Akiyama's client, asking for a 320 million yen loan to cancel Haruka's concert at Japan Dome.
Yakuza 6 Edit
Shortly after the fire in Little Asia before the events of Yakuza 6, Akiyama decided to temporarily close the company after the Chinese mafia discovered his connections to the yakuza. Hana was sent back to her hometown as a consequence.