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Company Overview of Tomato Savings Bank

Company Overview

Tomato Savings Bank provides commercial banking services. It offers business services, including savings accounts, such as installment deposit, time deposit, and ordinary deposit accounts; and loans, such as home mortgage loans, loans for salaried employees, and savings and deposit backed loans. Tomato Savings Bank was formerly known as Shinhan Savings Credit Union and changed its name in September 2002. The company was founded in 1983 and is based in Sungnam-shi, South Korea. It has branches in Bundang, Ilsan, Suwon, Pyungtek, Songdo, and Pyeongcheon, Korea. As of January 2, 2012, Tomato Savings Bank operates as a subsidiary of Shinhan Financial Group Company Limited.

2476 Shinheung3-dong

Sungnam-shi,  462-120

South Korea

Founded in 1983

Phone:

82 3 1736 2100

Fax:

82 3 1746 9959

Key Executives for Tomato Savings Bank

President
Managing Director
Managing Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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