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Korea Exchange Bank of Canada

Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) is a specialized foreign exchange bank in South Korea. It is headquartered in Seoul, and was established in 1967. Korea Exchange Bank is the fifth largest bank in South Korea measured in assets and the largest foreign exchange bank in South Korea, providing the largest range of foreign exchange products.

Korea Exchange Bank is the largest and longest-running exchange bank in South Korea, with 40% of South Korea's foreign exchange market. Its exchange services include currency exchange and wire transfers.

Established in the year 1981, Korea Exchange Bank of Canada has grown to 7 branches in Toronto and Vancouver. The Bank offering investment product, loans, remittances, export & import funding, credit card, bill payment services and etc. There are 90 Korean employees working for you.


Korea Exchange Bank of Canada committed to develop and deliver the most innovative products, manage customer experience, deliver quality service that contribute to brand strength, develop a competitive advantage and enhance profitability, thus providing value to the stakeholders of the bank.

  Korea Exchange Bank of Canada
Category : Schedule II

Address :
4950 Yonge Street, Suite 1101
Toronto, Ontario M2N 6K1

Telephone : +1 (416) 222-5200

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Korea Exchange Bank of Canada is Schedule II banks in Canada. The Schedule II banks are foreign bank subsidiaries authorized under the Bank Act to accept deposits, which may be eligible for deposit insurance provided by the Canada Deposit and Insurance Corporation. Foreign bank subsidiaries are controlled by eligible foreign institutions.

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