BC Card

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BC Card
Native name
비씨카드 주식회사
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryFinancial services
Founded1982; 40 years ago (1982)
Headquarters,
Area served
Korea
Key people
Dongmyun, Lee, CEO
ProductsCredit cards
Payment systems
256,104,000,000 won
18,165,000,000 won
ParentKT (69.5%)
Woori Bank (7.65%)
Websitewww.bccard.com

BC Card (Hangul: 비씨카드) is a South Korean financial services company headquartered in Seoul. South Korea's largest payment processing company, it provides end-to-end payment services, primarily to financial institutions, as well as to local merchants through its subsidiary company Smartro; credit cards, debit cards and prepaid cards; local brand network operation under the brand of "BC"; card issuing BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) to financial institutions; as well as Internet commerce and mobile payment solutions.

Global Payment Services[edit]

BC Card is a leading company in the Korean card industry and is growing into a global payment company, aiming to become a global payment provider. In 2008, when it established a local subsidiary in China, it launched a partnership with China Union, a Chinese credit card company, and launched the "China Series Card."[1] Currently, BC Card is in charge of buying tickets (inbound) of foreign-issued Union Card in South Korea, so if you use a Union Card issued in China, the buyer will be stamped with BC Card on the receipt.

Member companies[edit]

Brand[edit]

BC Cards are branded credit cards and check cards (aka debit cards).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Seo, Ji-eun (February 4, 2008). "BC Card sets its sights on markets in China". Korea JoongAng Daily.

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