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Kasikornbank

Kasikornbank logoKasikornbank (formerly Thai Farmers Bank) is one of the largest commercial banks in Thailand. The bank offers consumer, commercial, and corporate banking services, including lending, deposit-taking, credit card services, international trade financing, custodian services, asset management, and investment banking services. Total assets: Baht 2,474,871 million (as of March 31, 2015).

The Bank has 14 overseas offices, including the Los Angeles International Branch, Hong Kong Branch, Cayman Islands Branch, Shenzhen Branch, Chengdu Branch, Longgang Sub-Branch and the Representative Offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Kunming, Tokyo, Yangon, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh and Locally Incorpotated Institution in Vientiane, Lao PDR, which greatly facilitate international trade and financial service transactions between Thailand and our trade partners worldwide.
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Headquarter Bangkok, Thailand
Key People Mr. Banyong Lamsam (Chairman), Mr. Banthoon Lamsam (CEO & President)
Company Type Public Company Limited (SET: KBANK)
Head Office 1 Soi Rat Burana 27/1, Rat Burana Road
Rat Burana Sub-District, Rat Burana District, Bangkok 10140
Phone +66 2888 8800
Fax +66 2888 8882
Official Site www.kasikornbank.com Website
SWIFT Code KASITHBK
Founded 1945
ID: 1631. Updated: 16.06.2016

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