search close
Reporter : Park Jae-hyuk
Sun, December 5, 2021 | 11:35
Eximbank supports SK's battery business in Poland
Export-Import Bank of Korea (Eximbank) CEO Bang Moon-kyu, second from left, cuts a ribbon with Poland's Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Labor and Technology Grzegorz Piechowiak, center, SKIET CEO Rho Jae-sok, fourth from right, and other participants, during a ceremony to celebrate the completion of SKIET's battery separator plant construction in Katowice, Poland, We...
Toss Bank still inaccessible to foreign customers
Toss Bank has failed to fulfill its previous promise to embrace Korea's residents of foreign nationality, in time for the day it kicked off its operations.
KIC chief holds online meeting with Macron to fight climate change
Korea Investment Corp. (KIC) CEO Jin Seung-ho, right, listens from his office in Seoul to French President Emmanuel Macron, Monday, during the One Planet Sovereign Wealth Funds' (OPSWF) annual summit held online. The participants discussed investment methods for achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change. Courtesy of KIC
New KDIC chief vows to complete divestment from Woori
Kim Tae-hyun, the former Financial Services Commission (FSC) secretary general who has been appointed CEO of the Korea Deposit Insurance Corp. (KDIC), said in his inaugural speech, Friday, that he will do his best to sell the state-run institution's remaining stake in Woori Financial Group.
CJ Olive Young kicks off IPO process
CJ Olive Young sent a request for proposal (RFP) to securities firms here and overseas, Friday, looking for underwriters for its forthcoming initial public offering (IPO) which is widely viewed as a preparatory measure for CJ Chairman Lee Jay-hyun to transfer control of the group to his oldest son, Lee Sun-ho.
Danawa, Interpark still looking to attract buyers
Lotte Group and major private equity firms (PEFs) here and overseas did not participate in Wednesday's preliminary bidding to acquire Danawa, turning the race for the Kosdaq-listed e-commerce company into a domestic competition, according to industry sources, Friday.
[ANALYSIS] K Car fails to attract domestic institutional investors
Hahn & Company's hoped-for earnings from the forthcoming initial public offering (IPO) of K Car has decreased, as the used-car dealership owned by the private equity firm (PEF) cut its offering price, after facing a skeptical outlook.
Naver founder to be summoned to National Assembly audit
Lee Hae-jin, Naver's founder who currently serves as its global investment officer (GIO), is set to be summoned as a witness for a National Assembly audit next Wednesday on the Financial Services Commission (FSC) next Wednesday, sources knowledgeable with the matter said, Wednesday.
Leadership vacuum looms over state-run financial firms
State-run financial institutions are facing difficulties finding new leaders, as private-sector experts and government officials are hesitant to step in ahead of the upcoming presidential election, according to industry sources, Tuesday.
KDB, IBK, Eximbank, KIC pressured to leave Seoul
Prime Minister Kim Boo-kyum's recent remarks on moving state-run financial institutions out of the Seoul metropolitan area are raising concerns that such a move will make it more difficult to attract talent and foreign investors, according to industry sources and experts, Monday. “Foreigners will avoid investing in Korea, if they have to visit multiple regions that are distan...
123456 7 8910
iscu
KB
Copyright