Taiwan exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Capital Markets. Location Taiwan, Taipei.

IBF Financial Holdings Co., Ltd. [2889.TWTaiwan

11.65USD0.2 (-1.72%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

1,075,265,436 USD
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About IBF Financial Holdings Co., Ltd.

IBF Financial Holdings Co., Ltd., through its subsidiaries, provides various financial products and services for individual and corporate clients primarily in Taiwan. The company is involved in the certification and underwriting of short-term bills, financial debentures, and securities; brokerage and proprietary trading of short-term bills, as well as futures and securities brokerage transactions; guarantee and endorsement of short-term bills; and proprietary trading of government bonds, financial debentures, corporate and foreign currency bonds, securities, and equity-related futures. It also offers corporate finance, equity, securities investment, and futures investment advisory services; financial derivatives; investment trust services; convertible bond asset services; margin lending and short sales financing; stock affairs and interbank call loans agent services; wealth management services; capital, management expertise, and consultative services to investees; and general investment and financial leasing services. In addition, the company engages in the procurement of leased property, as well as leased property residual value disposal and maintenance activities; offers leasing transactions counseling, and non-financing guarantee services; and invests in equity related commodities. Further, it provides revolving bill transaction, collection and paying agency, and letter of credit services, as well as management consultancy services. IBF Financial Holdings Co., Ltd. was incorporated in 2002 and is based in Taipei, Taiwan.

IBF Financial Holdings Co., Ltd.
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