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April 28, 2015 12:12 AM ET

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Company Overview of Korea Development Bank

Company Overview

Korea Development Bank provides various banking and financial products and services in South Korea and internationally. The company operates through Corporate Finance, Investment Finance, Asset Management, Insurance, and Others segments. It offers corporate banking services, including facility capital, working capital loans, etc.; equity investments, public/corporate bonds, private placement securities, etc.; debt, payment, bond guarantees, etc.; and corporate restructuring services. It also provides investment banking services comprising M and A services for local and foreign companies, primary and secondary equity offerings execution, divesture, debt restructuring, business reallocation co...

14 Eunhaeng-ro

Yeongdeunpo-gu

Seoul,  150-973

South Korea

Founded in 1954

Phone:

82 2 1588 1500

Key Executives for Korea Development Bank

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Member of Risk Management Committee
Age: 62
Executive Director of Finance Division
Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer
Head of Risk Management Division and Senior Executive Director
Head of IR Global Funding Team II - International Banking Department
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Korea Development Bank Key Developments

PAG To Reportedly Acquire Youngtoys

PAG has been selected as a preferred bidder for the acquisition of Youngtoys,Inc., The Korea Times reported citing sources. The bidding price is unknown, but market observers estimate it at KRW 250 billion. PAG plans to invest KRW 130 billion in the deal, while the rest will be raised by Korea Development Bank and Hana Daetoo Securities Co., Ltd.

Korea Development Bank Presents at 8th Annual Korea Ship Finance Forum, Nov-04-2014 04:45 PM

Korea Development Bank Presents at 8th Annual Korea Ship Finance Forum, Nov-04-2014 04:45 PM. Venue: Paradise Hotel, Busan, South Korea. Speakers: Yong-sok Hyun, Team Head of Structured Finance Team.

Hancock Prospecting Rejects Talk Of Korean Raid

Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd. has denied a report that Korea Development Bank plans to buy a 5% stake in its AUD 10 billion Roy Hill iron ore project in Western Australia.

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