Korea Development Bank
Korea Development Bank provides various banking products and services in South Korea and internationally. It operates through seven segments: Corporate Finance, Investment Finance, Asset Management, Others, Insurance, Overseas, and Other Subsidiaries. The company’s deposit products include demand, time, and savings deposits; and certificates of deposit. It also provides corporate banking products, which include corporate loans, such as facility capital loans, working capital loans, etc.; equity investments, public/corporate bonds, private placement securities, etc.; and debt guarantees, payment guarantees, bond guarantees, etc. In addition, the company offers investment banking products comprising M&A, TechnoBanking, venture capital, project finance, private equity fund, and other funding services; and international banking products, including syndication, structured finance, trading, trade finance, and cross-border corporate finance. Further, it provides on-lending and venture capital fund services; and consulting services for various business areas, including new projects, corporate management strategy, corporate restructuring, public projects, development projects, overseas projects, and financial advisory and arrangement. Additionally, the company offers trust, bonds, bancassurance, check cards, safe, account management, retirement pension plans, international business, and internet banking services. It serves individual and corporate customers, as well as small and medium-sized enterprises, and medium-sized enterprises. The company operates through 74 domestic branches and 9 overseas branches, as well as 9 representative offices. Korea Development Bank was founded in 1954 and is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.