Company Overview of KEB Hana Bank
KEB Hana Bank provides commercial banking, trust banking, foreign exchange, and merchant banking services to retail and corporate customers in South Korea and internationally. The company accepts current, savings deposit, fixed deposit, and time deposit accounts; and grants mortgage loans, loan on deposit collateral, industrial loans, overdrafts, discount of commercial bills, trade finance, and loan of fund for equipment, as well as loan for L/C settlement and foreign currency loans. It also provides investment banking and foreign exchange transaction services; financial advisory services and derivatives transactions; and brokerage, bancassurance, and investment products, as well as real est...
PO Box 2924
Founded in 1967
Key Executives for KEB Hana Bank
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Executive Officer of KEB Asia Finance Limited and President of KEB Asia Finance Limited
President of Korea Exchange Bank of Canada - HO
President of KEB USA International Corp
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
KEB Hana Bank Key Developments
KEB Hana Bank Presents at Asian Wealth Management Summit 2015, Nov-04-2015 04:05 PM
Nov 1 15
KEB Hana Bank Presents at Asian Wealth Management Summit 2015, Nov-04-2015 04:05 PM. Venue: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178, Singapore. Speakers: Edward Son, Strategic Planning Manager, Private Banking Division.
KEB Hana Bank Announces Earnings Results for the Third Quarter Ended September 2015
Oct 23 15
KEB Hana Bank announced earnings results for the third quarter ended September 2015. For the quarter, the company reported cumulative net income of KRW 447.1 billion, a 0.9% drop year on year and 97.7% increase quarter on quarter.
Korea Exchange Bank to Take Disciplinary Measures Against 10% Workforce; Reports Earnings Results for the Six Months Ended June 2014
Sep 14 14
Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) announced that it will take disciplinary measures against 898 workers, or 10% of its workforce, for taking part in illegal labor activities in September 2014. Despite repeated warnings against joining unlawful labor activities, 898 unionized workers never listened to the warnings and stepped out of their workplaces on Sept. 3, 2014 to take part in a general union meeting. The bank will hold a disciplinary committee for five days ending Sept. 24, 2014 to decide on punitive action against the union members. Twenty-nine of the 898 workers had already been suspended. It was 'inevitable' that union members would be disciplined, so the bank could get back on track. The bank has been struggling to integrate with Hana Bank since February 2012, when Hana acquired KEB from the U.S. private equity fund Lone Star. The company said that the union didn't answer the company's repeated requests for dialogue for integration.
The company reported earnings results for the six months ended June 2014. For the period, the company’s net income climbed 66% to KRW 324.5 billion from KRW 195.5 billion.
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