Do you own
any stocks that are traded on the Korea (KRX) stock exchange?
We offer a number of highly customized securities based loan programs for
securities (stocks) traded on the Korea (KRX) stock exchange. You can pledge the stocks you
own as collateral to apply for a securities based loan.
Minimum Loan Amount: $500,000 USD
* Maximum Loan Amount: $100,000,000 USD
The South Korea stock market is the the world's
fifteenth largest exchange in terms of market capitalization. The KRX was
formed in January - 2005, from the merger of the Korea Stock Exchange (KSE), the
Korea Futures Exchange (Kofex), the Kosdaq Market and the Kosdaq committee, part
of the Korea Stock Dealers' Association. It provides an electronic platform for
the trading, clearing and settlement of cash equities, bonds and derivatives.
The South Korea stock market handles stocks, bonds,
exchange traded funds (ETF) and real estate investment trusts (REIT). At the end
of 2006, the Korea Stock Market hosted the trades of nearly 1,700 companies.
These companies combined for a total market value of over 830 billion US
dollars. As of March 2007, 60% of the 1,600 companies listed on the Korean stock
market were manufacturing companies. In August of 2007, the first foreign
company was listed on the Korean stock market. The main indexes of the South Korea
stock market are the KOSPI 200 Index Futures, KOSTAR Futures and KOSPI 200