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The Bank of Korea

worldbanks.news in bangladesh The Bank of Korea (BOK) is the central bank of South Korea. The primary purpose of the Bank is the pursuit of price stability.

The Bank sets a price stability target in consultation with the Government and draws up and publishes an operational plan including it for monetary policy.

The Bank performs the typical functions of a central bank, issuing banknotes and coins, formulating and implementing monetary and credit policy, serving as the bankers’ bank and the government’s bank. In addition, the Bank of Korea undertakes the operation and management of payment/settlement systems, and manages the nation’s foreign exchange reserves. It also exercises certain bank supervisory functions stipulated in the Bank of Korea Act.

 

HeadquarterSeoul, Korea
Key PeopleJu-yeol Lee (Governor)
Company Type
Head Office39 Namdaemunno (110, 3-Ga, Namdaemunno), Jung-Gu, Seoul 100-794
Phone82-2-759-4114
Fax82-2-759-4060
Official Site
eng.bok.or.kr
SWIFT CodeBOKRKRSE
Founded1950
ID: 38179873. Updated: 29.04.2020
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Press Releases
15.02.2020 | Credit Suisse reports full-year 2019 net income of CHF 3.4 billion, compared with net income of CHF 2.0 billion in 2018 (+69%).
02.08.2019 | Credit Suisse reports second quarter 2019 net income of CHF 937 million, compared to CHF 647 million in second quarter 2018 (+45%). Total assets amounted to CHF 784.2 billion at June 30, 2019.
24.03.2016 | Credit Suisse publishes agenda for the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders on April 29, 2016.
21.03.2015 | Credit Suisse reports full-year 2014 net income of EUR 1,875 million, compared with net income of EUR 2,326 million in 2013 (-19%). Total assets amounted to CHF 921.5 billion at December 31, 2014.
06.02.2014 | Credit Suisse reports full-year 2013 net income of CHF 3,069 million, compared with net income of CHF 1,349 million in 2012 (up 128%). At December 31, 2013, the company’s total assets amounted to CHF 872.6 billion.

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