Korea Development Bank  
The Korea Development Bank (hereinafter KDB) was founded in 1954 in accordance with the Korea Development Bank Act for the purpose of supplying and managing major industrial capital to help develop Korean industries and the national economy. For the half century since then, KDB has served as a government-run bank, anticipating and coping with changes in the economic and financial environment.

To broaden its business presence beyond the nation's borders, KDB is focusing on its four core financial services- corporate banking, investment banking, international banking, corporate restructuring and consulting- targeting customers both at home and abroad.