IBK

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IBKInnsbruck (Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria)
IBKIndustrial Bank of Korea
IBKInternationale Bodenseekonferenz
IBKInvestment Banking
IBKInfectious Bovine Keratoconjunctivitis (cattle ocular infection)
IBKIdiot Behind Keyboard
IBKIoudaiko Balistiko Kinhma (Greek: Judea Ballistic Movement)
IBKIdrettsforeningen Birkebeineren Krokstadelva (Krokstadelva, Buskerud, Norway)
IBKIgnorant Black Kidz (school clothing line; Mint Hill, NC)
IBKInternational Bookkeeping Course
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"This is to confirm that MB approved last April 30 the application of the Industrial Bank of Korea to put up a branch in the Philippines," Espenilla said.
The Industrial Bank of Korea, established in 1961, is the second-largest
The state-run Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) has said that it has received approval for the acquisition of two banks in Indonesia, as part of its plans to expand its business in Southeast Asia, The Korean Times has reported online citing a press release from the bank.
The banks are NH Bank, Industrial Bank of Korea, Shinhan Bank, Kookmin Bank, Woori Bank, and Korea Development Bank.
The BSP has so far accredited 10 Asian banks to fully operate in the country, namely: Japan's Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.; Singapore's United Overseas Bank Ltd.; South Korea's Shinhan Bank, Industrial Bank of Korea, and Woori Bank; and Taiwan's Cathay United Bank, Chang Hwa Bank, First Commercial Bank, Hua Nan Bank, and Yuanta Commercial Bank Co.
The Industrial Bank of Korea will loan up to 300 million won per business, and a total of 30 billion won will be made available.
Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) (024110.SE) is planning a two week global investor meetings through March 17 as part of a global bond sale programme, Dow Jones has reported, citing a person familiar with the matter.
They also pressed their major trade partners, such as South Korea, to impose similar measures on the Islamic Republic.But Seoul announced in October that Korea's Woori Bank and the Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) will finance commerce with Tehran through the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) which is not targeted by the US sanctions against Iran.The country said that it has appointed the two banks to finance trade with Iran since the country intends to protect its $10-billion annual transactions with the Islamic Republic.The CBI will deposit proceeds from oil sales to South Korea at Woori and IBK.
KB will be the sixth Korean bank to open a Hanoi branch, following Shinhan, Woori, Industrial Bank of Korea, NongHyup and KEB Hana.
KB will become the sixth Korean bank with a Hanoi branch after Shinhan, Woori, the Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK), NongHyup and KEB Hana.
The BSP has also approved the entry of Korea's Shinhan Bank, the Industrial Bank of Korea and Woori Bank; Sumitomo Mitsui of Japan; United Overseas Bank Ltd.
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