History of The Thai Bankers’ Association
       The Thai Bankers’ Association was found on September 1958. This organization will be coordinating and working closely with government agencies to response to Government policies. The members consists of 13 commercial banks.
The members consists of 13 commercial banks.
  1. Bangkok Bank
  2. Krung Thai Bank
  3. Kasikorn Bank
  4. Siam Commercial Bank
  5. Krungsri Bank
  6. TMB Bank
  7. Siam City Bank
  8. Sri Nakorn Bank
  9. Thai Danu Bank
  10. Bank of Asia
  11. Union Bank of Bangkok
  12. Wanglee Bank
  13. Leam Thong Bank
The Thai Bankers’ Association (TBA)
      The Thai Banker’s Association (TBA) was registered on July 10, 1967, the main objective is to support Thai Bank and her members with operation procedure enhancing Banks business and investments with co-operation with Thai Government to build the strong economy and future growth.
Today, The Thai Bankers’ Association consists of 15 member banks:
  1. Bangkok Bank
  2. Krung Thai Bank
  3. Krungsri Bank
  4. Kasikorn Bank
  5. Kiatnakin Bank
  6. CIMB Thai Bank
  7. TMB BANK
  8. Tisco Bank
  9. The Thai Credit Retail Bank
  10. Siam Commercial Bank
  11. Thanachart Bank
  12. United Overseas Bank
  13. Land and Houses Bank
  14. Standard Chartered Bank (Thai)
  15. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Thai)
Chairman of The Thaibankers’ Association (1958 – present)
Kasem Lamsam
1958 – 1960
Banjerd Cholvijarn
1961 – 1964
Udane Techapaibul
1965 – 1968,
1974 – 1975
Jumrat Chaturaphat
1969 – 1970
Chalerm Prachuabmoh
1971 – 1973
Sukhum Nawaphan
1976 – 1977
Boonchu Rojanastien
1978 – 1979
Prachitr Yossundara
1980 – 1981
Somboon Nunthapiwat
1982 – 1983
Banyong Lamsam
1984 – 1985
Chatri Sophonpanich
1986 – 1988
Pakorn Taweesin
1989 – 1990
Tarrin Nimmanahaeminda
1991 – 1992
Dr. Som Chatusripitak
1993 – 1995
Dr. Olarn Chaipravat
1996 – 1997
Banthoon Lamsam
1998 – 1999
Chulakorn Singhakowin
2000 – 2001
Chartsiri Sophonpanich
2002 – 2005,
2011- 2013
Khunying Chada Wattanasiritham
2006
Apisak Tantivorawong
2007 – 2009
Dr. Prasarn Trairatvorakul
2010
Boontak Wangcharoen
2014 – 2016
Predee Daochai
2016 – Present