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Korea Exchange Bank
 

Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) is a specialized foreign exchange bank in South Korea. Its head office is located 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. All KEB branches in South Korea and overseas provide foreign exchange services. Some of the more common currencies, such as US Dollar, euro, and Japanese Yen are available at all KEB branches.

The dealing room of KEB mainly offers valuable information about international financial markets in a timely manner to clients involved in exports and imports as well as advisory services for risk management. KEB currently operates 2 branches in Japan, 1 in Tokyo and another in Osaka. Products and services offer by both branches in Japan including deposit taking, remittance and foreign exchange as well as traveler cheques for its customer in Japan.

 
 

Korea Exchange Bank Japan branches 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 (Japan Branch)
Category : Foreign Banks
SWIFT Code : KOEXJPJT

Address :
Shin Kokusai Bldg
4-1, Marunouchi, 3-Chome
Chiyoda-Ku
Tokyo 100-0005

Telephone : (+81) 3 3216 3561

Website : www.koex.jp

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