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Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) pcl

Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) pcl

Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) pcl
 
Address: 100 North Sathorn Road
Silom
Bangrak
City: Bangkok
Post Code: 10500
Country: Thailand
Phone Number: +66 (0) 2724 4000
Fax Number: +66 (0) 2724 8008
General Email: [members only]
URL: www.sc.com/th
Business Activity:Banking
Business Activity:Financial Services
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Background
Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) is a member of the Standard Chartered Group, a leading international banking group, with a presence in 60 of the world’s most dynamic markets, and serving clients in a further 85. Our purpose is to drive commerce and prosperity through our unique diversity, and our heritage and values are expressed in our brand promise, Here for good.

With over 125 years of establishment in Thailand, Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) has played an important role in serving our clients, supporting local business and contributing to Thailand's trade and economy. With around 600 full-time employees, we offer a wide range of corporate & institutional banking products and services to support our clients.

Embedded in our Here for good brand promise is the work we do to promote sustainable development through community investment programmes, including Employee Volunteering and our latest community engagement program – Futuremakers by Standard Chartered
 
Products or Services
Standard Chartered Bank (Thailand), through the
Corporate & Institutional Banking, serves corporate and institutional clients, with services in trade and corporate finance, cash management, lending, securities services and foreign exchange.
 
Ownership
Standard Chartered Bank owns 99.87% of Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) Pcl.
 
Senior Management
Plakorn Wanglee, Chief Executive Officer, Thailand and Representative Offices (Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar)
 
BCCT Member Company since 1946
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