Chairman of KB Financial Group to attend G100Euh Yoon-dae, KB Financial Group chairman, became the first Korean to be invited to the G100 meeting that will be held next week in London.
The G100 is a gathering of 100 CEOs from major companies and financial institutions across the world, during which major economic and financial issues are discussed.
Unlike other business meetings typically dominated by presentations and lectures, the G100 is structured as a free discussion.
According to the Korean financial group, Chairman Euh is planning on participating in the open discussion on the impact of aging societies on international business. He will also discuss how changes in the financial industry will affect multinational companies.
After the G100 meeting, Euh plans on holding meetings with foreign investors in four cities: London, Edinburgh and Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.
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