Industrial Bank of Korea

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Industrial Bank of Korea
Native name
중소기업은행
企業銀行 (hanja)
Key people
Kwon Seon-Joo (CEO)
Total assets$201 billion (2015)[1]
Websitehttp://eng.ibk.co.kr/lang/en/index.jsp

Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK), Korean:기업은행, KRX: 024110) is an industrial bank headquartered in Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea. The bank was established in 1961, its slogan is "Global Leading Bank." This bank is owned by the Government of the Republic of Korea (South Korea). In 2013 Kwon Seon-joo became its CEO, and thus became South Korea's first female bank CEO.[2]

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  1. ^ "The World's Biggest Public Companies".
  2. ^ Kong, Kanga (30 December 2013). "South Korea Banks Get First Female CEO".
  3. ^ Herald, The Korea (6 April 2017). "IBK seeks to acquire an Indonesian bank: CEO".

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