Shinhan Bank
Shinhan Bank headquarters in Seoul  

Shinhan Bank

Shinhan Bank is one of the largest banks in South Korea. It was the first bank in Korea, established under the name Hanseong Bank in 1897. The bank provides retail, corporate and investment banking, insurance, securities brokerage and much more. With over 1,000 locations, it has one of the largest branch networks in South Korea. The company also has operations in Canada, Germany, Mexico, China, Japan, UK, Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Kazakhstan, Vietnam, Singapore and the United States. Shinhan Bank is the main subsidiary of Shinhan Financial Group (SFG). Shinhan Financial's largest shareholder is BNP Paribas with 8.5% stake (2008). In 2002, Shinhan Group bought Jeju Bank. In 2003, SFG acquired Chohung Bank (CHB), and then combined it with Shinhan Bank in 2006. As of March 31, 2013, the Group had total assets of KRW 313,664,350 million and total equity of KRW 28,525,992 million.

Shinhan Bank Overseas Branches

Head office address:
120 2-ga Taepyung-ro Jung-gu
Seoul 100-102
South Korea
Phone: 82 2 6360 3000
Fax: +82-2-6360-3098

Shinhan Bank New York Branch:
600 3rd Avenue, New York, 17th Fl
NEW YORK, NY 10016
United States
Tel: 001-1-212-371-8000