X hits on this document

PDF document

kodex200_2.pdf - page 29 / 48

117 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

29 / 48

PART III. ASSET MANAGER AND THE RELATED PARTIES

  • I.

    The Asset Manager

    • 1.

      Overview of the Company

  • Name : Samsung Investment Trust Management Co., Ltd.

  • Address and Tel. No.: 3rd Fl., SS Life Yoido Building, 36-1 Yoido-Dong,

Youngdungpo-Ku, Seoul (02-3774-7777)

  • Company History

Date Sept. 15, 1998 Sept. 30, 1998

Description Incorporated with paid-in capital of 30 billion Won

Obtained a securities investment trust management license from the Ministry of Finance and Economy

Oct. 1, 1998

Acquired business rights from Samsung Investment Trust Securities with trust balance of 8 trillion Won

Nov. 2, 1998 Dec. 4, 1998

Commenced business

Incorporated into the Samsung Group, as reported to the Fair Trade Commission

Dec. 29, 1999

Trust balance reached 10 trillion Won

Merged with the former Samsung Investment Trust Management with paid-in capital of 63.2 billion Won and trust balance of 20 trillion Won

March 3, 2000

Capital increase by 30 billion Won (paid-in capital 93.2 billion Won)

March 30, 2000

Company name changed from Samsung Life Investment Trust Management to Samsung Investment Trust Management

Sept. 19, 2000 Sept. 25, 2000

Marked 1 trillion Won in non-taxable fund for the first time in the industry

Marked 5 trillion Won in market value in bond type funds for the first time in the industry

Jan. 9, 2001 Nov.5, 2001 October 14, 2002

Ranked No.1 in trust balance. Designated as lead fund manager of a pool of pension funds Listed on KODEX200 of the Korea Stock Exchange for the first time in Korea

2.

Major Responsibilities

¾ The asset manager creates and terminates the Fund and gives fund management instructions. ¾ In the event the asset manager, the trustee, the distributor or the Authorized Participant commits an act in violation of laws and regulations, the trust deed or the Prospectus or neglects its duties and as a result, causes damage to the shareholders, the asset manager is liable for damages. ¾ In case the asset manager delegates its management duties, the asset manger takes responsibility for the delegated work.

29

Document info
Document views117
Page views118
Page last viewedSun Dec 04 02:40:48 UTC 2016
Pages48
Paragraphs2058
Words16313

Comments