Going To Market

Salmon, Andrew
January 2010
Forbes Asia;Jan2010, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p30
The article offers information on the move of Korean Development Bank (KDB) President Min Euoo-Sung to sell the financial institution to the public. It is stated that the bank has acquired 125 billion dollars in assets and has consistently become a top player in bonds and initial public offerings (IPOs). Min has believed that the bank can outperform multinational banks in the industry and can provide financial assistance in the restructure of losing corporations.


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