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Jeong Eun-bo, Chairman of the Korea Exchange, “Our top priority is to support corporate value increases”

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Jeong Eun-bo, Chairman of the Korea Exchange, “Our top priority is to support corporate value increases”

▲The Korea Exchange held an inauguration ceremony for the 8th Chairman Jeong Eun-bo at the Busan headquarters (BIFC) on the 15th. Chief Insa Jeong is giving a greeting at his inauguration ceremony. (Photo = Korea Exchange)

Chairman Jeong Eun-bo, who became the new head of the Korea Exchange, selected support for the ‘Corporate Value Up Program’ as his top priority. He emphasized that he would focus on expanding capabilities to monitor unfair transactions and providing opportunities for investor asset formation through the stock market.

The Korea Exchange announced on the 15th that it held an inauguration ceremony for the 8th Chairman Jeong Eun-bo at its Busan headquarters (BIFC).

Chairman Jeong presented the direction of the exchange operation, saying, “We will implement a capital market that allows companies to efficiently raise funds, provides investors with fair profit opportunities, and drives new growth in the economy.”

Chairman Chung expressed his determination to support companies in enhancing their value and enabling efficient financing through the capital market. He stated that the ‘corporate value increase support plan’ being prepared with the government is the top priority, and emphasized that the exchange will take the center stage and actively pursue it. He said he would establish a dedicated organization within the exchange and ensure that the company’s efforts to increase its value become established as a mid- to long-term corporate culture.

In addition, we have established an identity for each KOSPI, KOSDAQ, and KONEX market to provide customized services tailored to the characteristics of the company, and have also introduced new platforms for efficient fund brokerage such as new stock markets and business growth collectives (BDCs) to lay the foundation for global competitiveness. He emphasized that he would expand.

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Chairman Chung also expressed his determination to expand opportunities for investor asset formation through the stock market. He said, “We will push to strengthen listing review expertise and capabilities and provide sufficient information about IPO companies to improve trust from the initial public offering (IPO) stage.” At the same time, “Regarding the short selling system, we will focus our capabilities on correcting the ‘tilted playing field’ by supporting the computerization of short selling and strengthening surveillance of illegal short selling, and significantly expanding the market surveillance organization and manpower in response to the emergence of new, intelligent unfair transactions. “He said.

They also expressed their intention to ensure that the exchange can continue to grow through the creation of new added value. Diversify the current commission-centered profit structure through business organization reorganization in the data and index fields, expand the development of new exchange traded products (ETP), bonds, foreign exchange, and commodities (FICC) derivatives in addition to traditional products, and foster the carbon emissions market, etc. He emphasized that he would improve R&D capabilities through .

Meanwhile, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Busan headquarters next year, it was also revealed that plans are being prepared to further strengthen Busan’s ‘financial center’ function to open the ‘Busan 3.0 era’.

Chairman Jeong asked the executives and employees of the exchange, “Please make efforts to actively communicate with market participants such as industry and investors,” and “Inside the organization, let’s expand the horizontal organizational culture and implement cooperative labor-management relations.”

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