Monthienvichienchai, Catherine
February 2007
People Management;2/8/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p30
The article recounts how Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) considered the issue of cultural identity in its takeover of Korea First Bank (KFB). SCB was set on winning the hearts and the minds of the Koreans. By retaining the word first in its branding, renaming the company Standard Charter First Bank, it recognized the importance of leadership and winning in Korea. It is seen as a local bank but is foreign owned and is on its way to becoming a leader in Korea once again. INSET: HR RELATIONSHIP MANAGERS.


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