Company Overview of KGI Bank
KGI Bank provides various banking and financial products and services to corporate and individual clients in Taiwan. The company offers deposit and wealth management services; consumer banking services, including cash cards, credit cards, personal loans, and mortgage loans; and corporate banking services comprising current financing, and mid and long-term financing for corporations. It also provides foreign exchange services, including export/import bills financing, foreign exchange, remittance of foreign currencies, foreign currency loans and guarantees, etc. The company was formerly known as Cosmos Bank, Taiwan and changed its name to KGI Bank in January 2015. KGI Bank was incorporated in ...
No.364, Sec. 1
1F, 2F and 1B
Dunhua South Road
Taipei City, 106
Founded in 1991
Key Executives for KGI Bank
President and Representative Director
Head of Operation & IT Group
Head of Consumer Banking Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
KGI Bank Key Developments
KGI Bank Reports Earnings Results for the Month and Year to Date Ended February 2015
Mar 11 15
KGI Bank reported earnings results for the month and year to date ended February 2015. For the month, the company reported net profits of TWD 193 million.
For the year to date, the company reported net profit of TWD 402 million or TWD 0.26 per share.
KGI Bank Reports Earnings Results for the Month Ended January 2015
Feb 11 15
KGI Bank reported earnings results for the month ended January 2015. For the period, the company reported net profits of TWD 209 million.
KGI Bank Announces Earnings Results for the Month and Year to Date Ended December 2014
Jan 9 15
KGI Bank announced earnings results for the month and year to date ended December 2014. For the month, the company has reported net loss of TWD 61 million.
The cumulative net profit in January - December 2014 was TWD 2.366 billion, translating into net profit of TWD 1.55 per share.
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