Hana Financial Group, Inc. history, profile and corporate video

   Hana Financial Group, Inc. is a South Korean financial group headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.

   The company can trace its roots to the founding of Korea Investment & Finance Corporation in 1971, which was Korea’s first financial company funded solely with private capital.

   In 1991, Hana Investment & Finance completed its conversion into a commercial bank, and renamed itself to Hana Bank.

   In December 2005, Hana Financial Group Inc. was established.

  • Hana Bank
  • Hana Financial Investment (formerly Hana Daetoo Securities)
  • Hana Card (KEB Hana Card)
  • Hana Capital
  • Hana Life
  • Hana Insurance
  • Hana Savings Bank
  • Hana Asset Trust
  • Hana Alternative Asset Management
  • Hana F&I
  • Hana ventures
  • Hana Investor Services
  • Hana TI
  • Finnq

   Subsidiaries of the Hana Group are active in 24 countries, spanning Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. In particular, Hana Group has substantial equity investments in banks in China, Indonesia and Vietnam.

   With more than 20 000 employees, Hana Financial Group, Inc. is considered one of the largest financial groups in South Korea by market capitalization. According to Forbes, it is considered one of the top 2000 largest public companies in the world.

*Information from Forbes.com, Wikipedia.org, and ”www.hanafn.com”.

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