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January 21, 2014
A customer talks on the phone behind the logo of KB Kookmin Financial Group at a branch of KB Kookmin...
Seoul, South Korea
A customer talks on the phone behind the logo of KB Kookmin Financial Group at a branch of KB Kookmin...
A customer talks on the phone behind the logo of KB Kookmin Financial Group at a branch of KB Kookmin Bank in Seoul January 21, 2014. The theft of personal information from more than 100 million South Korean credit cards and accounts, reportedly including those of President Park Geun-hye and UN chief Ban Ki-moon, has ignited a storm of anger and litigation against credit firms. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS LOGO)
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December 05, 2012
A tourist uses her smart phone at a Kookmin Bank branch in central Seoul December 5, 2012. KB Financial...
Seoul, South Korea
A tourist uses her smart phone at a Kookmin Bank branch in central Seoul
A tourist uses her smart phone at a Kookmin Bank branch in central Seoul December 5, 2012. KB Financial Group Inc is set to decide on the purchase of ING Groep NV's South Korean insurance unit at a board meeting on December 5, according to sources with direct knowledge of the matter, in a deal that could be valued at more than $2 billion. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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July 18, 2012
A policeman patrols near a branch of Kookmin Bank (KB) in Seoul July 18, 2012. South Korea's top four...
Seoul, South Korea
A policeman patrols near a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul
A policeman patrols near a branch of Kookmin Bank (KB) in Seoul July 18, 2012. South Korea's top four local commercial banks, Kookmin Bank, Woori Bank, Shinhan Bank and Hana Bank, are being investigated in relation to a widening probe into suspected collusion in setting three-month certificate of deposit rates, officials said Wednesday. The investigation comes at a time that other governments are looking into suspected manipulation of the Libor benchmark international lending rates by global banks. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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July 18, 2012
People use automated teller machines at a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul July 18, 2012. South Korea's...
Seoul, South Korea
People use automated teller machines at a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul
People use automated teller machines at a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul July 18, 2012. South Korea's top four local commercial banks, Kookmin Bank, Woori Bank, Shinhan Bank and Hana Bank, are being investigated in relation to a widening probe into suspected collusion in setting three-month certificate of deposit rates, officials said Wednesday. The investigation comes at a time that other governments are looking into suspected manipulation of the Libor benchmark international lending rates by global banks. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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May 16, 2012
A labor union member of Woori Financial Group attends a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza in central Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
A labor union member of Woori Financial Group attends a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza in central Seoul...
A labor union member of Woori Financial Group attends a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza in central Seoul May 15, 2012. Local media reported that the rally was held to denounce the government's plan for privatization of the bank and to denounce, what the workers insisted are, the government's plan for possible merger between Woori bank and Kookmin Bank. The Financial Services Commission said that they did not announce anything yet about merger between the two banks that workers insisted. Headband reads "Unite and Fight". REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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May 15, 2012
Labor union members of Woori Financial Group chant slogans during a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza in...
Seoul, South Korea
Labor union members of Woori Financial Group chants slogans during a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza...
Labor union members of Woori Financial Group chant slogans during a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza in central Seoul May 15, 2012. The strike was held to denounce against government's plan for a merger between Woori bank and Kookmin Bank. The police said about 11,000 workers attended the strike. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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May 15, 2012
Workers from Woori Financial Group's labor union chant slogans during a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza...
Seoul, South Korea
Workers from Woori Financial Group's labor union chant slogans during a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza...
Workers from Woori Financial Group's labor union chant slogans during a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza in central Seoul May 15, 2012. The strike rally was held to denounce against government's plan for a merger between Woori bank and Kookmin Bank. The police said about 11,000 workers attended the strike. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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May 15, 2012
Labor union members of Woori Financial Group chant slogans during a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza in...
Seoul, South Korea
Labor union members of Woori Financial Group chants slogans during a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza...
Labor union members of Woori Financial Group chant slogans during a strike at Seoul City Hall Plaza in central Seoul May 15, 2012. The strike was held to denounce against government's plan for a merger between Woori bank and Kookmin Bank. The police said about 11,000 workers attended the strike. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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July 29, 2011
A woman uses her mobile phone at a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul July 29, 2011. KB Financial Group...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman uses her mobile phone at a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul
A woman uses her mobile phone at a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul July 29, 2011. KB Financial Group reported on Friday it swung to a net profit in the second quarter from a loss a year ago, and analysts see the firm's prospects as bright as it increases its focus on non-banking businesses. KB, the parent of the country's top mortgage lender Kookmin Bank, reported a net profit of 817 billion won ($776.9 million) for the three month period ending June compared with a 217 billion won loss in the prior-year period, after reducing provisioning costs by more than one-third from a year ago. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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July 29, 2011
People wait to use automated teller machines at a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul July 29, 2011. KB Financial...
Seoul, South Korea
People wait to use automated teller machines at a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul
People wait to use automated teller machines at a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul July 29, 2011. KB Financial Group reported on Friday it swung to a net profit in the second quarter from a loss a year ago, and analysts see the firm's prospects as bright as it increases its focus on non-banking businesses. KB, the parent of the country's top mortgage lender Kookmin Bank, reported a net profit of 817 billion won ($776.9 million) for the three month period ending June compared with a 217 billion won loss in the prior-year period, after reducing provisioning costs by more than one-third from a year ago. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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April 28, 2011
A customer walks out of a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul April 28, 2011. KB Financial Group,...
Seoul, South Korea
A customer walks out of a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul
A customer walks out of a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul April 28, 2011. KB Financial Group, the parent firm of South Korea's top lender Kookmin Bank, said first-quarter profit rose 23 percent from a year ago, beating analysts' forecasts, helped by improved net interest margins. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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February 10, 2011
A customer walks past a Kookmin Bank logo at the bank's branch office in Seoul February 10, 2011. South...
Seoul, South Korea
A customer walks past a Kookmin Bank logo at the bank's branch office in Seoul
A customer walks past a Kookmin Bank logo at the bank's branch office in Seoul February 10, 2011. South Korea's KB Financial Group swung to a loss in the fourth quarter, hit by charges for the biggest-ever job cuts at its Kookmin Bank unit, the country's top lender. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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February 10, 2011
An employee of Kookmin Bank walks out of the bank's branch office in Seoul February 10, 2011. South Korea's...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee of Kookmin Bank walks out of the bank's branch office in Seoul
An employee of Kookmin Bank walks out of the bank's branch office in Seoul February 10, 2011. South Korea's KB Financial Group swung to a loss in the fourth quarter, hit by charges for the biggest-ever job cuts at its Kookmin Bank unit, the country's top lender. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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October 15, 2010
Kookmin Bank CEO Min Byong-deok reacts as he waits for a meeting between Bank of Korea Governor Kim Choong-soo...
Seoul, South Korea
Kookmin Bank CEO Min waits for a meeting between Bank of Korea Governor and the CEOs from the country's...
Kookmin Bank CEO Min Byong-deok reacts as he waits for a meeting between Bank of Korea Governor Kim Choong-soo and the CEOs from the country's commercial banks at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul October 15, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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August 02, 2010
The logo of Kookmin Bank is pictured at its branch office in Seoul August 2, 2010. KB Financial Group,...
Seoul, South Korea
The logo of Kookmin Bank is pictured at its branch office in Seoul
The logo of Kookmin Bank is pictured at its branch office in Seoul August 2, 2010. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's top bank Kookmin, has no immediate plans to bid for state-owned Woori Finance Holdings, its new chief executive said on Monday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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August 02, 2010
People leave a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 2, 2010. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's...
Seoul, South Korea
People leave a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul
People leave a branch of Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 2, 2010. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's top bank Kookmin, has no immediate plans to bid for state-owned Woori Finance Holdings, its new chief executive said on Monday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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August 02, 2010
People walk past an advertisement board set to promote Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 2, 2010. KB Financial...
Seoul, South Korea
People walk past an advertisement board set to promote Kookmin Bank in Seoul
People walk past an advertisement board set to promote Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 2, 2010. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's top bank Kookmin, has no immediate plans to bid for state-owned Woori Finance Holdings, its new chief executive said on Monday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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July 30, 2010
A customer enters a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul July 30, 2010. KB Financial Group, South Korea's...
Seoul, South Korea
A customer enters a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul
A customer enters a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul July 30, 2010. KB Financial Group, South Korea's No. 2 banking group by market value, posted its first quarterly net loss on Friday, dented by hefty provisioning costs for riskier assets in the property market. Assets of KB, parent of top domestic mortgage loan player Kookmin Bank, are heavily skewed towards builders and the housing market, compared with rival Shinhan Financial Group, and the prolonged slump in the housing sector has been raising its credit risks. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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July 29, 2010
Min Byong-Deok, new head of South Korea's top commercial lender Kookmin Bank, attends his inauguration...
Seoul, South Korea
Min Byong-Deok, new head of South Korea's top commercial lender Kookmin Bank, attends his inauguration...
Min Byong-Deok, new head of South Korea's top commercial lender Kookmin Bank, attends his inauguration ceremony at the bank in Seoul July 29, 2010. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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RTR2GU8U
July 29, 2010
Min Byong-Deok, new head of South Korea's top commercial lender Kookmin Bank, attends his inauguration...
Seoul, South Korea
Min Byong-Deok, new head of South Korea's top commercial lender Kookmin Bank, attends his inauguration...
Min Byong-Deok, new head of South Korea's top commercial lender Kookmin Bank, attends his inauguration ceremony at the bank in Seoul July 29, 2010. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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July 13, 2010
Unionised workers (with red headbands) from KB Financial Group labour union scuffle with security guards...
Seoul, South Korea
Unionised workers from KB Financial Group labour union scuffle with security guards as they try to take...
Unionised workers (with red headbands) from KB Financial Group labour union scuffle with security guards as they try to take part in the bank's general stockholders' meeting at Kookmin bank's headquarters in Seoul July 13, 2010. The unionised workers demanded a stop of acquisition plans by Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's top bank Kookmin, is not considering any immediate acquisitions and instead plans to focus on expanding overseas and enhancing profitability, Euh said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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July 13, 2010
Euh Yoon-dae (R), new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, is greeted by predecessor Kang Chung-won...
Seoul, South Korea
Euh, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, is greeted by predecessor Kang during his inauguration...
Euh Yoon-dae (R), new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, is greeted by predecessor Kang Chung-won during his inauguration ceremony at Kookmin bank's headquarters in Seoul July 13, 2010. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's top bank Kookmin, is not considering any immediate acquisitions and instead plans to focus on expanding overseas and enhancing profitability, its Euh said on Tuesday. A close ally of President Lee Myung-bak, Euh was picked as KB's chairman last month and formally takes over as chairman and CEO on Tuesday, ending a nine-month vacancy in its top management and paving the way for the sector's consolidation. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
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July 13, 2010
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, takes part in his inauguration ceremony at...
Seoul, South Korea
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, takes part in his inauguration ceremony at...
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, takes part in his inauguration ceremony at Kookmin bank's headquarters in Seoul July 13, 2010. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's top bank Kookmin, is not considering any immediate acquisitions and instead plans to focus on expanding overseas and enhancing profitability, its Euh said on Tuesday. A close ally of President Lee Myung-bak, Euh was picked as KB's chairman last month and formally takes over as chairman and CEO on Tuesday, ending a nine-month vacancy in its top management and paving the way for the sector's consolidation. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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July 13, 2010
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, greets the group's employees after he received...
Seoul, South Korea
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, greets the group's employees during his inauguration...
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, greets the group's employees after he received flowers during his inauguration ceremony at Kookmin bank's headquarters in Seoul July 13, 2010. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's top bank Kookmin, is not considering any immediate acquisitions and instead plans to focus on expanding overseas and enhancing profitability, its Euh said on Tuesday. A close ally of President Lee Myung-bak, Euh was picked as KB's chairman last month and formally takes over as chairman and CEO on Tuesday, ending a nine-month vacancy in its top management and paving the way for the sector's consolidation. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS PROFILE POLITICS)
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July 13, 2010
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, delivers a speech during his inauguration ceremony...
Seoul, South Korea
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, delivers a speech during his inauguration ceremony...
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, delivers a speech during his inauguration ceremony at Kookmin bank's headquarters in Seoul July 13, 2010. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's top bank Kookmin, is not considering any immediate acquisitions and instead plans to focus on expanding overseas and enhancing profitability, its Euh said on Tuesday. A close ally of President Lee Myung-bak, Euh was picked as KB's chairman last month and formally takes over as chairman and CEO on Tuesday, ending a nine-month vacancy in its top management and paving the way for the sector's consolidation. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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July 13, 2010
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, delivers a speech during his inauguration ceremony...
Seoul, South Korea
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, delivers a speech during his inauguration ceremony...
Euh Yoon-dae, new chairman and CEO of KB Financial Group, delivers a speech during his inauguration ceremony at the Kookmin bank's headquarters in Seoul July 13, 2010. KB Financial Group, parent of South Korea's top bank Kookmin, is not considering any immediate acquisitions and instead plans to focus on expanding overseas and enhancing profitability, its Euh said on Tuesday. A close ally of President Lee Myung-bak, Euh was picked as KB's chairman last month and formally takes over as chairman and CEO on Tuesday, ending a nine-month vacancy in its top management and paving the way for the sector's consolidation. REUTERS/TRUTH LEEM (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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April 30, 2010
A customer walks after she used an automated teller machine at a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in...
Seoul, South Korea
A customer walks after she used an automated teller machine at a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in...
A customer walks after she used an automated teller machine at a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul April 30, 2010. KB Financial Group, South Korea's No. 2 banking group by market value and the parent of top domestic bank Kookmin, reported the best quarterly profit in its near two-year history, beating forecasts, as interest margins expanded and provisioning burdens eased. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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April 30, 2010
A customer walks out of a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul April 30, 2010. KB Financial Group,...
Seoul, South Korea
A customer walks out of a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul
A customer walks out of a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul April 30, 2010. KB Financial Group, South Korea's No. 2 banking group by market value and the parent of top domestic bank Kookmin, reported the best quarterly profit in its near two-year history, beating forecasts, as interest margins expanded and provisioning burdens eased. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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April 30, 2010
A customer walks out of a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul April 30, 2010. KB Financial Group,...
Seoul, South Korea
A customer walks out of a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul
A customer walks out of a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul April 30, 2010. KB Financial Group, South Korea's No. 2 banking group by market value and the parent of top domestic bank Kookmin, reported the best quarterly profit in its near two-year history, beating forecasts, as interest margins expanded and provisioning burdens eased. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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March 19, 2010
Kookmin Bank's CEO Kang Chung-won (R) participates in a meeting between Governor of the Bank of Korea...
Seoul, South Korea
Kookmin Bank's CEO Kang participates in a meeting between Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee and the CEOs...
Kookmin Bank's CEO Kang Chung-won (R) participates in a meeting between Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (not pictured) and the CEOs from the country's commercial banks at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 19, 2010. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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December 18, 2009
Kookmin Bank Chief Executive Officer Kang Chung-won (L) arrives as Korea Development Bank (KDB) Chief...
Seoul, South Korea
Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won arrives as Korea Development Bank CEO Min Euoo-sung looks on at the Bank...
Kookmin Bank Chief Executive Officer Kang Chung-won (L) arrives as Korea Development Bank (KDB) Chief Executive Officer Min Euoo-sung looks on at the Bank of Korea main office before their meeting with Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (not pictured) in Seoul December 18, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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December 18, 2009
Kookmin Bank Chief Executive Officer Kang Chung-won (R) and Shinhan Bank Chief Executive Officer Lee...
Seoul, South Korea
Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won and Shinhan Bank CEO Lee Baek-soon arrive at the Bank of Korea main office...
Kookmin Bank Chief Executive Officer Kang Chung-won (R) and Shinhan Bank Chief Executive Officer Lee Baek-soon (L) arrive at the Bank of Korea main office before their meeting with Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (not pictured) in Seoul December 18, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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October 29, 2009
A woman walks past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul October 29, 2009. KB Financial...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman walks past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul
A woman walks past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul October 29, 2009. KB Financial Group, the parent company of South Korea's largest bank Kookmin, posted a bigger-than-expected drop in quarterly earnings, dented by provisioning costs and slow recovery in interest margins. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
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October 29, 2009
A customer looks outside at a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul October 29, 2009....
Seoul, South Korea
A customer looks outside at a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul
A customer looks outside at a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul October 29, 2009. KB Financial Group, the parent company of South Korea's largest bank Kookmin, posted a bigger-than-expected drop in quarterly earnings, dented by provisioning costs and slow recovery in interest margins. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
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April 30, 2009
People walk past a branch of Kookmin bank in Seoul April 30, 2009. KB Financial Group, which runs top...
Seoul, South Korea
People walk past a branch of Kookmin bank in Seoul
People walk past a branch of Kookmin bank in Seoul April 30, 2009. KB Financial Group, which runs top South Korean bank Kookmin, reported a larger-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday as it grew its loan book, but results were dented by losses from its stake in a Kazakh bank. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
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April 30, 2009
People walk past a branch of Kookmin bank in Seoul April 30, 2009. KB Financial Group, which runs top...
Seoul, South Korea
People walk past a branch of Kookmin bank in Seoul
People walk past a branch of Kookmin bank in Seoul April 30, 2009. KB Financial Group, which runs top South Korean bank Kookmin, reported a larger-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday as it grew its loan book, but results were dented by losses from its stake in a Kazakh bank. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
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April 30, 2009
People walk past a branch of Kookmin bank in Seoul April 30, 2009. KB Financial Group, which runs top...
Seoul, South Korea
People walk past a branch of Kookmin bank in Seoul
People walk past a branch of Kookmin bank in Seoul April 30, 2009. KB Financial Group, which runs top South Korean bank Kookmin, reported a larger-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday as it grew its loan book, but results were dented by losses from its stake in a Kazakh bank. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
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April 17, 2009
(L-R) Woori Bank Chief executive Lee Chonghwi, SC First Bank CEO David Edward, Korea Exchange Bank (KEB)...
Seoul, South Korea
Banks chief executives pose before their meeting at the Bank of Korea in Seoul
(L-R) Woori Bank Chief executive Lee Chonghwi, SC First Bank CEO David Edward, Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) CEO Larry Klane, Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-Tae, CEO of the Korea Development Bank (KDB) Min Euoo-sung and Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won pose before their meeting at the Bank of Korea in Seoul April 17, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
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RTXD9J9
March 27, 2009
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key takes part in the company's annual shareholder meeting at its...
Seoul, South Korea
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang takes part in company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in...
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key takes part in the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in Seoul March 27, 2009. The holding company KB Financial is a parent of South Korea's top retail bank Kookmin Bank. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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March 27, 2009
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key speaks at the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters...
Seoul, South Korea
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang speaks at the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in...
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key speaks at the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in Seoul March 27, 2009. The holding company KB Financial is a parent of South Korea's top retail bank Kookmin Bank. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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March 27, 2009
The logo of KB Financial Group is seen during the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters...
Seoul, South Korea
Logo of KB Financial Group is seen in Seoul
The logo of KB Financial Group is seen during the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in Seoul March 27, 2009. The holding company KB Financial is a parent of South Korea's top retail bank Kookmin Bank. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
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RTXD9J2
March 27, 2009
The headquarters of KB Financial Group is seen in Seoul March 27, 2009. The holding company KB Financial...
Seoul, South Korea
View of KB Financial Group headquarters in Seoul
The headquarters of KB Financial Group is seen in Seoul March 27, 2009. The holding company KB Financial is a parent of South Korea's top retail bank Kookmin Bank. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
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March 27, 2009
Kookmin Bank (KB) CEO Kang Chung-won takes part in KB Financial Group's annual shareholder meeting at...
Seoul, South Korea
Kookmin Bank CEO Kang takes part in KB Financial Group's annual shareholder meeting at the group's headquarters...
Kookmin Bank (KB) CEO Kang Chung-won takes part in KB Financial Group's annual shareholder meeting at the group's headquarters in Seoul March 27, 2009. KB Financial is the holding firm of South Korea's top retail bank, Kookmin Bank. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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RTXD9GC
March 27, 2009
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key speaks at the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters...
Seoul, South Korea
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang speaks at the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in...
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key speaks at the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in Seoul March 27, 2009. KB Financial is the holding firm of South Korea's top retail bank, Kookmin Bank. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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RTXD9G9
March 27, 2009
The logo of KB Financial Group is pictured during the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters...
Seoul, South Korea
The logo of KB Financial Group is pictured during the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters...
The logo of KB Financial Group is pictured during the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in Seoul March 27, 2009. KB Financial is the holding firm of South Korea's top retail bank, Kookmin Bank. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
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RTXD9G0
March 27, 2009
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key takes part in the company's annual shareholder meeting at its...
Seoul, South Korea
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang takes part in the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters...
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key takes part in the company's annual shareholder meeting at its headquarters in Seoul March 27, 2009. KB Financial is the holding firm of South Korea's top retail bank, Kookmin Bank. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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RTXCZOY
March 20, 2009
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (R) greets Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) CEO Yun Yong-ro...
Seoul, South Korea
Governor of Bank of Korea Lee greets IBK CEO Yun and KB CEO Kang before their meeting during photo call...
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (R) greets Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) CEO Yun Yong-ro (2nd L) and Kookmin Bank (KB) CEO Kang Chung-won (L) before their meeting during a photo call at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 20, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
KBFINANCIAL/
RTXA2BX
October 30, 2008
A man gets out of a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul October 30, 2008. KB Financial, parent...
Seoul, South Korea
A man gets out of a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul
A man gets out of a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul October 30, 2008. KB Financial, parent of South Korea's top retail bank Kookmin, on Thursday reported a smaller-than-expected net profit, dented by higher costs to cover its exposure to bad loans and weaker interest margins. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KBFINANCIAL/
RTXA2BV
October 30, 2008
People walk past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul October 30, 2008. KB Financial, parent...
Seoul, South Korea
People walk past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul
People walk past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in Seoul October 30, 2008. KB Financial, parent of South Korea's top retail bank Kookmin, on Thursday reported a smaller-than-expected net profit, dented by higher costs to cover its exposure to bad loans and weaker interest margins. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KBFINANCIAL/
RTXA2BU
October 30, 2008
A customer waits for his turn in front of automatic teller machines at the Kookmin Bank in Seoul October...
Seoul, South Korea
A customer waits for his turn in front of automatic teller machines at the Kookmin Bank in Seoul
A customer waits for his turn in front of automatic teller machines at the Kookmin Bank in Seoul October 30, 2008. KB Financial, parent of South Korea's top retail bank Kookmin, on Thursday reported a smaller-than-expected net profit, dented by higher costs to cover its exposure to bad loans and weaker interest margins. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
BII-KOOKMIN/
RTX9130
September 29, 2008
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key speaks at the group's launch at the Kookmin Bank's headquarters...
Seoul, South Korea
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang speaks at the group's launch at the Kookmin Bank's headquarters in Seoul...
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key speaks at the group's launch at the Kookmin Bank's headquarters in Seoul September 29, 2008. Hwang, chief executive of Kookmin's holding company, said the group will push for acquisitions of banks, securities houses, asset managers and insurance companies to maintain its leading positions and secure new growth engines. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
BII-KOOKMIN/
RTX912Z
September 29, 2008
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key (4th L) and members of the board of directors take part in the...
Seoul, South Korea
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang and members of the board of directors take part in the group's launching...
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key (4th L) and members of the board of directors take part in the group's launching ceremony at the Kookmin Bank's headquarters in Seoul September 29, 2008. Hwang, chief executive of Kookmin's holding company, said the group will push for acquisitions of banks, securities houses, asset managers and insurance companies to maintain its leading positions and secure new growth engines. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
BII-KOOKMIN/
RTX912X
September 29, 2008
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key speaks at the group's launch at the Kookmin Bank's headquarters...
Seoul, South Korea
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang speaks at the group's launch at the Kookmin Bank's headquarters in Seoul...
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key speaks at the group's launch at the Kookmin Bank's headquarters in Seoul September 29, 2008. Hwang, chief executive of Kookmin's holding company, said the group will push for acquisitions of banks, securities houses, asset managers and insurance companies to maintain its leading positions and secure new growth engines. The bottom characters read: "KB Financial Group". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
BII-KOOKMIN/
RTX912W
September 29, 2008
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key (3rd L) and members of the board of directors take part in the...
Seoul, South Korea
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang and members of the board of directors take part in the group's launching...
KB Financial Group CEO Hwang Young-key (3rd L) and members of the board of directors take part in the group's launching ceremony at the Kookmin Bank's headquarters in Seoul September 29, 2008. Hwang, chief executive of Kookmin's holding company, said the group will push for acquisitions of banks, securities houses, asset managers and insurance companies to maintain its leading positions and secure new growth engines. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KEB-HSBC/
RTR221PT
September 19, 2008
People walk past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul September 19, 2008. HSBC said...
Seoul, South Korea
People walk past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul
People walk past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul September 19, 2008. HSBC said on Friday it had dropped its $6.3 billion offer to buy 51 percent of the Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) from U.S. private equity firm Lone Star, the largest fallout of the ongoing financial market turmoil. South Korea's No.1 bank Kookmin Bank, whose 2006 deal to buy a bigger stake of KEB for $7.3 billion was scrapped by Lone Star, said it was "closely monitoring with interest" the situation. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KEB-HSBC/
RTR221PS
September 19, 2008
A man walks past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul September 19, 2008. HSBC said...
Seoul, South Korea
A man walks past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul
A man walks past a branch office of the Kookmin Bank in the central Seoul September 19, 2008. HSBC said on Friday it had dropped its $6.3 billion offer to buy 51 percent of the Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) from U.S. private equity firm Lone Star, the largest fallout of the ongoing financial market turmoil. South Korea's No.1 bank Kookmin Bank, whose 2006 deal to buy a bigger stake of KEB for $7.3 billion was scrapped by Lone Star, said it was "closely monitoring with interest" the situation. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/RESULTS
RTR2047V
May 02, 2008
People walk past a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul May 2, 2008. Kookmin Bank posted a 47-percent...
Seoul, South Korea
People walk past a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul
People walk past a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul May 2, 2008. Kookmin Bank posted a 47-percent slump in quarterly profit on Friday, hit by a slide in net interest margin and in the absence of year-earlier one-off earnings. Earnings came to 631.5 billion won ($625.8 million) in the quarter ended March, versus a record 1.18 trillion won a year earlier when it booked special gains from the disposal of shares in the former LG Card. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/RESULTS
RTR2047U
May 02, 2008
A man walks past a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul May 2, 2008. Kookmin Bank posted a 47-percent...
Seoul, South Korea
A man walks past a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul
A man walks past a branch office of Kookmin Bank in Seoul May 2, 2008. Kookmin Bank posted a 47-percent slump in quarterly profit on Friday, hit by a slide in net interest margin and in the absence of year-earlier one-off earnings. Earnings came to 631.5 billion won ($625.8 million) in the quarter ended March, versus a record 1.18 trillion won a year earlier when it booked special gains from the disposal of shares in the former LG Card. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1Y9GB
March 14, 2008
Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won attends at a meeting for South Korea's banks CEOs with governor of the...
Seoul, South Korea
Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won attends at a meeting for South Korea's banks CEOs with governor of the...
Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won attends at a meeting for South Korea's banks CEOs with governor of the Bank of Korea at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 14, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1Y9FL
March 14, 2008
Pictured from left are, Citibank Korea CEO Ha Yung-ku, Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won, Korea Exchange...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's bank CEOs pose with governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae in Seoul
Pictured from left are, Citibank Korea CEO Ha Yung-ku, Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won, Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) CEO Richard Wacker, the Export-Import Bank of Korea (Korea Eximbank) CEO Yang Cheon-sik, governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae, Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon, Suhyup Bank CEO Chang Byung-koo and Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) CEO Yun Yong-ro before their meeting during a photo call at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 14, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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