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  • 12 / 30 / 2015
  • FSC Identifies D-SIBs for 2016

  • The FSC identified on December 30, 2015 five financial institutions as domestic systemically important banks (D-SIBs) for 2016.

    * Please read the attached file for details.

  • pdf 151230_D-SIBs_for_2016.pdf
    file 151230_D-SIBs_for_2016.docx
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  • 12 / 16 / 2015
  • FSC-FSS Meeting for Monitoring Financial Market Conditions

  • The FSC and FSS held a meeting to make sure that Korea's financial markets are prepared for the impact of the Fed's possible rate hike. * Please refer to the attached file for details.
  • pdf 151216_FSC-FSS_Meeting.pdf
    file 151216_FSC-FSS_Meeting.docx
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  • 11 / 29 / 2015
  • Preliminary Approval Granted to Kakao and KT Consortiums for Internet-only Bank

  • The FSC granted preliminary approval on November 29 to two consortiums - one led by Kakao and the other by KT Corp. - out of three bidders to set up internet-only banks under its plan announced on June 19, 2015.

  • pdf 151130 Internet only bank_v2.pdf
    file 151130 Internet only bank_v2.docx
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  • 11 / 27 / 2015
  • Recent Trend in ELS & DLS Issuance

  • The outstanding balance of ELS & DLS issuance surged from KRW 51.6 trillion at the end of 2012 to KRW 94.4 trillion at the end of June 2015. Since then, the pace of increase has slowed down with the outstanding balance of KRW 97.6 trillion as of November 20, 2015. * Please refer to the attached file for details.
  • pdf 151126 ELS & DLS Issuance_v2.pdf
    file 151126 ELS & DLS Issuance_v2.docx
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  • 11 / 01 / 2015
  • FSC Strengthens the Role of Policy Banks

  • The FSC outlined its plan to strengthen the role of Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) and Korea Development Bank (KDB) as policy banks to support sustainable growth of start-ups and foster new growth drivers for the economy. * Please refer to the attached file for details.
  • pdf 151102_IBK,_KDB.pdf
    doc 151102_IBK,_KDB.doc
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