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Reporter : Yoon Ja-young
Sun, December 3, 2023 | 19:47
KB signs MOU with law firms to bolster legal support for wealthy customers
KB Financial Group signed an MOU with two of the country's leading law firms - Shin & Kim and Bae, Kim & Lee - to bolster its legal consulting service for its wealthy customers.
More companies adopt electronic voting amid increase in shareholder activism
As shareholder activism becomes the hottest talking point in shareholder meetings, a record-high number of companies are expected to introduce electronic voting systems this year. According to the Korea Securities Depository (KSD), which provides the electronic voting system known as K-VOTE, the number of firms that are using K-VOTE in their shareholders' meetings so far this...
Hana Financial Group, CHA Medical Center to jointly tackle low birth rate
Amid the low birth rate pushing the country toward a demographic cliff, Hana Financial Group announced that it will tackle the problem jointly with CHA Medical Center, a globally known institute in the field of infertility treatment.
FSS governor vows to boost market accessibility for foreign investors
Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) Governor Lee Bok-hyun held a meeting with foreign investors on Wednesday, explaining the service's consistent and effective supervision directions to encourage investment in Korean financial companies.
Former BMW Group Korea chief to lead ADeKo
Kim Hyo-joon, who is an advisor in BMW Group Korea, was elected to lead the network of Koreans who have studied in Germany. ADeKo (Alumninetzwerk Deutschland-Korea), a Germany-Korea network, announced on Sunday that Kim, who is also a special appointment professor at Yonsei University School of Business, was elected as the next chief of its board at its general meeting, held ...
Mirae Asset Global Investments' solid performance highlighted amid economic slump
Despite the deteriorating economic outlook worldwide, Mirae Asset's global business has proven its competitiveness especially in times of crisis.
Financial sector New Year's greeting
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Finance Choo Kyung-ho, fourth from left, talks with Korea Federation of Banks Chairman Kim Gwang-soo, third from left, at the New Year's meeting of the financial sector leaders held at Lotte Hotel in downtown Seoul, Tuesday. At the meeting, Choo asked the finance industry to play an active role to lessen difficulties faced by ...
13% of Koreans unable to save money: survey
Setting a financial target is the first step to prepare for a better future, but three out of 10 Koreans say doing so is a luxury they can't afford. Thirteen percent of Koreans find it impossible to save anything as their expenses exceed their incomes, a report showed.
Tesla stock plunge causes sense of despair among Korean investors
The steeply plunging stock prices of Tesla have Korean small investors who bet the majority of their fortunes on the global electric vehicle automaker in tears. Tesla fell 11.4 percent on Tuesday, closing at $109.1, on media reports that it plans to reduce output in Shanghai, China.
2023 calendars issued by banks gain popularity on secondhand market
With the New Year coming, it is time to replace 2022 calendars and diaries with new ones. There used to be plenty of free calendars and diaries around this time of the year, but that isn't the case anymore. Calendars issued by banks, which are especially popular among Koreans, are now hard to obtain and are being traded on the secondhand market.
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