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  • 09 / 19 / 2007
  • Updated English Translation of Supervisory Regulations to Go Online September 20, 2007

  • The Financial Supervisory Service announced that newly updated English translation of supervisory regulations will be available online beginning September 20, 2007. The translation, which covers the entire 43 supervisory regulations currently in effect, can be accessed free of charge at the FSS English Internet homepage (http://english.fss.or.kr) under ¡°Laws and Regulations.¡±
  • pdf Updated English Translation of Supervisory Regulations to go online.pdf
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  • 09 / 17 / 2007
  • Financial Holding Companies' Net Income: First Half, 2007

  • The net income of the four domestic financial holding companies—Woori Financial Group, Shinhan Financial Group, Hana Financial Group, and Korea Investment Holdings—totaled KRW4.02 trillion on a consolidated basis for the first six months of 2007, an increase of KRW1.10 trillion or 37.8% from the same period a year earlier. Excluding the one-time gains (KRW1.17 trillion in pretax income) from the sale of shares in LG Card by the holding companies, net income for the period drops to KRW3.17 trillion.
  • pdf Financial Holding Gompanies'Net Income,H1.pdf
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  • 09 / 03 / 2007
  • Bank Net Income: First Half, 2007

  • Bank net income for the first half of 2007 totaled KRW9.92 trillion, up KRW1.88 trillion from KRW8.04 trillion a year earlier. Bank income for the first half of the year was helped by after-tax gains totaling KRW3.1 trillion from the sale of domestic banks¡¯ equity stakes in LG Card (KRW2.9 trillion) and SK Networks (KRW200 billion). Excluding these gains, net income for the period totaled KRW6.8 trillion, compared with KRW7.2 trillion a year earlier.
  • pdf Bank Net Income-First Half 2007.pdf
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  • 08 / 31 / 2007
  • Bank Loans Classified as Substandard or Below: June, 2007

  • The ratio of bank loans classified as substandard or below (SBL ratio) came to 0.78% at end-June, 2007, down from 0.84% at end-2006 and the lowest level since the adoption of forward-looking criteria in 1999. A drop in new delinquencies (from KRW6.4 trillion to KRW5.7 trillion) as well as an increase in total outstanding loans (from KRW930.2 trillion to KRW999.5 trillion) during the first half of the year from the second half of 2006 led to the drop in the overall SBL ratio for the period.
  • pdf Bank Loans Classified as Substandard or Below- June, 2007.pdf
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  • 08 / 30 / 2007
  • Mr. William A. Ryback, Former Deputy Chief Executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority, to Join the Financial Supervisory Service

  • The Financial Supervisory Service announced on August 30 the appointment of Mr. William A. Ryback, the former Deputy Chief Executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), as Special Advisor to the FSS to help improve financial market regulation and foster global standards. The FSS expects Mr. Ryback to play an active role as well in helping the FSS strengthen its supervisory networks and cooperation with foreign regulators and international regulatory organizations.
  • pdf William A. Ryback to Join the FSS.pdf
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  • 08 / 27 / 2007
  • Regulatory Amendment Planned for Carbon Funds

  • Financial Supervisory Commission and the Financial Supervisory Service announced that regulatory amendment is planned in September for the introduction of carbon funds.
  • pdf Regulatory Amendment Planned for Carbon Funds.pdf
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  • 08 / 07 / 2007
  • Chairman/Governor Kim Yong-Duk Takes Office at Financial Supervisory Commission and Financial Supervisory Service

  • The Financial Supervisory Commission and the Financial Supervisory Service announced that Mr. Kim Yong-Duk took office as the sixth Chairman and Governor of the Financial Supervisory Commission and the Financial Supervisory Service on August 6. Chairman/Governor Kim succeeds Mr. Yoon Jeung-Hyun, whose three-year term ended on August 3. Mr. Kim served as Economic Advisor to the President before assuming his new position.
  • pdf Chairman-Governor Kim Yong-Duk Takes Office.pdf
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