Shin Dong-bin

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Shin Dong-bin
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Shin at the Asia Summit of World Travel & Tourism Council in Seoul, South Korea in September 2010
Native name 신동빈
Born (1955-02-14) February 14, 1955 (age 62)
Tokyo, Japan[1]
Nationality South Korean[2]
Alma mater Columbia University (M.B.A.)
Aoyama Gakuin University (B.A.)
Occupation CEO of LOTTE Group
Net worth $1.48 Billion[3]
Korean name
Revised Romanization Sin Dong-bin
McCune–Reischauer Sin Tong-pin

Shin Dong-bin (Hangul신동빈; Hanja辛東彬) (born February 14, 1955) is a Japanese-born South Korean businessman. As of 2012, he was CEO of the Korean Lotte Group and the Japanese Chiba Lotte Marines baseball team. He is the second son of Shin Kyuk-ho (Takeo Shigemitsu), founder and first CEO of Lotte Group, and his Japanese wife. He is the younger brother of Hiroyuki Shigemitsu (Korean name Shin Dong-ju), CEO of the Japanese Lotte Group. He graduated from Aoyama Gakuin University with a B.A in economics in 1977 and from Columbia University with an MBA.[4]


  1. ^ "Shin Dong-Bin Stole Lotte from Me" : Founder - The Seoul Times
  2. ^ "Shin Dong-Bin". 
  3. ^ "Shin Dong-Bin". 
  4. ^ 重光昭夫(辛東彬)の名言 格言- 名言DB:リーダーたちの名言 retrieved 2014-06-05

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