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  • * FSC's organizational structure was reshuffled as of July 26, 2018 to better serve its duties of
       protecting financial consumers and ensuring innovative growth of Korea's financial industry.
  • Spokesperson's Office

  • - Promotion of financial policy to the public and media
    - Public relations and media coordination
  • General Administration Division

  • - FSC personnel management, general affaires and administration
  • Capital Market Investigation Unit

  • - Investigation of unfair capital market practices and frauds
  • Financial Consumer Bureau

  • - Policy for financial consumer protection
    - Policy for microfinance programs and debt restructuring/relief for defaulters
    - Policy for household debt and financially vulnerable borrowers
  • Capital Markets Bureau

  • - Policy for and supervision of capital markets
    - Policy for and supervision of asset management business
    - Policy for and supervision of audit and accounting standards
  • Financial Policy Bureau

  • - Policy planning and management for financial policy initiatives
    - Analysis of financial markets and policy responses
    - Policy for SME and corporate financing
    - International cooperation and policy planning for financial hub
  • Financial & Corporate Restructuring Bureau

  • - Policy for financial & corporate restructuring
    - Management of the Fund for Repayment of Public Funds
    - Policy for deposit insurance scheme
  • Financial Industry Bureau

  • - Policy for and supervision of banking industry
    - Policy for and supervision of insurance industry
    - Policy for and supervision of mutual banks, specialized credit financial business and credit unions
  • Financial Innovation Bureau

  • - Policy planning for financial innovation and new challenges
    - Policy for and supervision of electronic finance business and IT security in the financial sector
    - Policy for and supervision of use and protection of financial data; and credit information business
  • Financial Intelligence Unit (KoFIU)

  • - Policy for and supervision of Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing Terrorism (AML/CFT) regime in Korea
    - Analysis and provision of Suspicious Transaction Reports (STR) and Currency Transaction Reports (CTR) filed by financial institutions
    - International cooperation for an effective AML/CFT regime, as a member of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the Asia-Pacific Group on Money Laundering and the Egmont Group
  • Financial Group Regulation Bureau

  • - Policy planning and implementation for consolidated supervision of financial conglomerates