Taiwan Cooperative Bank

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Taiwan Cooperative Bank


Industry Banking
Founded 1944 (Japan),
1946 Reorganized (Taiwan)
Headquarters Taipei, Taiwan
Key people
Teh-Nan Hsu, Chairman
Products Financial Services
Revenue IncreaseNTD 34.70 billion (2007)
IncreaseNTD 12.1 billion (2007)
Total assets $97.5 billion (2015)[1]
Number of employees
8,948 (2007)
Website www.tcb-bank.com.tw [1] (English)
A headquarters building of Taiwan Cooperative Bank in Zhongzhen District, Taipei

The Taiwan Cooperative Bank (TCB; Chinese: 合作金庫銀行; pinyin: Hézuò Jīnkù Yínháng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ha̍p-chok-gîn-khò͘-gîn-hâng) is a publicly listed bank headquartered in Taipei City, Taiwan. Originally formed by the Japanese during Japanese rule in Taiwan in 1923, TCB was taken over by the Republic of China government[citation needed] since 1946 and has been prospering. Today it is one of the most prominent banks in Taiwan, having the most branches (301) among all banks in Taiwan.

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