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Like many pension and insurance providers, the Korean Teachers' Credit Union (KTCU) does not always find it easy to match its assets to its liabilities. The company provides savings, retirement-benefit and life insurance products, and runs various businesses for its members, including hotels, golf clubs and recreational facilities.

KTCU manages 14 trillion Korean won ($14 billion) in assets, most of which are securities such as stocks, bonds and beneficiary certificates, says Taebok Kang, Seoul

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