Hana Bank (Korean: 주식회사 하나은행; RR: Jusik Hoesa Hana Eunhaeng; KEB Hana Bank outside South Korea) is a commercial bank headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. Since its establishment as Korea Exchange Bank in 1967, it provides the largest range of foreign exchange products in South Korea.
Hana Financial Group offers ample opportunities for all employees to realize their dreams and helps customer expand their assets and grow their businesses, building its presence as a financial institution that does its utmost to contribute to establishing a prosperous society and maximizing shareholder value.
With the Korean financial industry’s most extensive overseas network, Hana Financial Group is poised to become one of the world’s leading financial groups. This position is the result of the consistent business growth the group has shown since its inception in 1971 as Korea Investment & Finance, followed by its conversion to a commercial bank in 1991 and financial holding company in 2005.