Bank of Thailand
The Bank of Thailand is the central bank of Thailand.The Bank of Thailand began operations on December 10, 1942. It is led by a governor and four deputy governors.
Siam Commercial Bank
Established by Royal Charter over 100 years ago as the first Thai bank, Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) has a unique heritage and a long history of providing exemplary service to its customers. From a humble start, the SCB Group has now emerged as the most complete financial services franchise in Thailand.
Export - Import Bank of Thailand
Vision To be a prominent trade and investment financial institution in the Greater Mekong Subregion for economic development.
Krung Thai Bank PCL
Krung Thai Bank Public Company Limited began its operation on 14 March 1966 through the merger of business between the Agricultural Bank Limited and the Provincial Bank Limited with the Ministry of Finance as its major shareholder. The bank was then named Krung Thai Bank Limited and enjoyed the juristic person status of a state enterprise, attached to the Ministry of Finance. "Wayupak bird", the official seal of the Ministry of Finance was thus adopted as the bank's logo. In the early stage of founding the bank had Bt 4,442.2 million in deposits, Bt 4,582.1 million in worth of assets, Bt 105 million in registered capital, 81 branches and 1,247 personnel.
United Overseas Bank (Thai) PCL
United Overseas Bank (Thai) Public Company Limited (UOB Thai) is set to bring financial services to new heights for our customers in Thailand. With 154 branches and over 300 ATMs nationwide, we offer both consumer and corporate banking customers a wide array of products and services ranging from personal financial services to institutional banking, investment banking and treasury services. It is the eighth largest commercial bank in Thailand, with a total assets of THB206 billion as at 31 March 2006.
Government Savings Bank
Vision To be a secure and reliable financial instition that provide essential savings loan and investment for individuals communities and National economics development projects benfiting Thai people from all walks of life.
Kiatnakin Bank Public Co., Ltd.
MISSION “To provide financial services and support to enhance the competitiveness of customers/business partners while maintaining social responsibilities”
Mission To provide a complete range of housing finance-related services in line with relevant government policies, benefiting society and improving everyone's quality of life.
TISCO Bank Public Company Limited.
TISCO was established in 1969 as the first investment bank in Thailand with an initial registered capital of 20 million baht. The name “TISCO” derived from the full company name at first established, “Thai Investment and Securities Company Limited”
The SEWA Bank
Access to finance is a major problem for poor women and in particular for poor self-employed women in developing countries such as hawkers, vendors, home-based workers, manual labourers and service providers. Because they do not save, emergencies and obligations often force women to borrow heavily.
Vision To be the leading bank in providing quality services for strengthening and development of SMEs, in the drive towards sustainable economic growth, and to be a pillar of good governance, efficiency, and strength.
ABN AMRO Bank Thailand
ABN AMRO first opened a representative office in Bangkok, Thailand in 1991. It then received an offshore banking license in 1993 to become a full branch in 1994. With nearly 100 full-time professionals, we are the country's leading foreign investment bank and have consistently been voted as the preferred financial services provider by major corporations and financial institutions active in the Thai market.
Standard Chartered Bank (Thai)
Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) PCL serves both Consumer and Wholesale Banking customers. Consumer Banking provides credit cards, personal loans, mortgages, deposit taking and wealth management services to individuals and small to medium sized enterprises. Wholesale Banking provides corporate and institutional clients with services in trade finance, cash management, lending, securities services, foreign exchange, debt capital markets and corporate finance.