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Ko Seung-beom, “I will prepare measures for household debt after Chuseok… We will manage the 6% level” from Infostock Daily

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(From left) Woori Financial Chairman Son Tae-seung, Hana Financial Chairman Kim Jung-tae, KB Financial Chairman Yoon Jong-gyu, KB Financial Chairman Ko Seung-beom, Shinhan Financial Chairman Cho Yong-byeong, and Nonghyup Financial Chairman Son Byung-hwan at a meeting held at the Federation of Banks in Jung-gu, Seoul on the 10th. I am taking this commemorative photo. Provided = Financial Services Commission

[인포스탁데일리=윤서연 기자] Koh Seung-beom, chairman of the Financial Services Commission, said, “We will look at the situation after Chuseok and come up with additional supplementary measures” regarding household debt.

Chairman Koh met with reporters after attending the ‘Meeting with the 5 major financial holding presidents’ held at the Federation of Banks in Jung-gu, Seoul on the 10th and said, “The conditions for managing household debt are not easy right now, but it is possible to select the 6% level. We will do our best to be managed in

The meeting was attended by KB Financial Group Chairman Yoon Jong-gyu, Shinhan Financial Chairman Cho Yong-byeong, Woori Financial Chairman Son Tae-seung, NH Financial Chairman Son Byung-hwan, and Hana Financial Chairman Kim Jung-tae.

Chairman Koh said, “While promoting the things that are currently strengthening household debt management, we are going to come up with additional supplementary measures by monitoring the situation in September after Chuseok (household loan growth trend). We are analyzing it.”

Regarding the issue of cheonsei loan regulation, he said, “Nothing has been decided.

Chairman Koh pointed out that “there are a lot of concerns about household debt, but in fact, you should also be concerned about corporate debt.” “The ratio of corporate credit to GDP is higher than that of households.”

He continued, “The current ratio of household debt to gross domestic product (GDP) is 103%, but it is 110% for companies. He added.

Reporter Seo-yeon Yoon [email protected]

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