The Thai Bankers’ Association (TBA) was registered on July 10, 1967. The main objectives of the association are to promote Thai banking industry and support member banks by improving their operational procedures, which will facilitate banks’ business and investment. TBA gives full cooperation with the government to strengthen Thailand’s economy and stimulate future growth.
        The Thai Bankers’ Association consists of 16 member banks:
      Bangkok Bank is Thailand’s largest bank, a major regional bank in Southeast Asia with extensive branches in ASEAN countries, and Thailand’s market leader in corporate and SME banking. It has the largest overseas branch network of any Thai bank in different economies including wholly-owned subsidiaries in Malaysia and China.
Website : Call Center : 1333
      Krungthai Bank has continually developed its business and provided excellent experiences to all customers. To succeed in a financial service industry with fierce competition, Krungthai Bank has changed a new vision from “The Convenience Bank” to “Growing Together” which enhances employee capability and creates distinctive value to satisfy customers, enrich society, and provide shareholders profit growth.
Website : Call Center : 0-2111 1111
      Bank of Ayudhya Public Company Limited (Krungsri Bank) is currently the fifth largest bank in Thailand in terms of loans and deposits. Krungsri provides a full range of banking services to both commercial and individual customers.
Website : Call Center : 1572
      Since its inception, The KASIKORNBANK Public Company Limited has grown healthily. As of September 30, 2015, the Bank, with registered capital of Baht 30,486 Million, had total assets of Baht 2,538,678 Million, total deposits of Baht 1,677,008 Million, and total loans of Baht 1,577,781 Million. The Bank operates 1,119 branches and has fourteen 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.
Website : Call Center : 0-2888-8888
      Kiatnakin Phatra Bank Public Company Limited (Kiatnakin Phatra Financial Group) is a merger of a commercial bank operated by Kiatnakin Bank Plc., with extensive experience of over 40 years, and a capital market business operated by Phatra Capital Plc. Kiatnakin Phatra Financial Group fully operates businesses in financial and capital markets, focusing on expertise and wide range of services covering all needs of customers, including individuals, businesses, and domestic and transnational institutions.
Website : Call Center : 0-2165-5555
      CIMB Thai Bank Public Company Limited, previously known as Bank Thai Public Company Limited, was established in 1998 with the Financial Institutions Development Fund (FIDF) as the major shareholder. On 5 November 2008, CIMB Bank Berhad became the largest shareholder in Bank Thai and on 4 May 2009, the Bank completed the registration of its new name: “ธนาคาร ซีไอเอ็มบี ไทย จำกัด (มหาชน)” in Thai and “CIMB Thai Bank Public Company Limited” in English. This name change reflects the official transition of Bank Thai from being a single company to a member of CIMB Group.
Website : Call Center : 0-2626-7777
TMBThanachart Bank Public Company Limited or ttb is the merger of TMB Bank Public Company Limited and Thanachart Bank Public Company Limited. TMBThanachart has integrated the strengths and potential of both banks. This integration has led to a new way of banking that not only offers superior financial products and services to customers, but also commits to providing financial literacy and financial solutions that are personalized and fitted to the needs of each customer segment throughout their life stages. The Bank’s mission is to improve Thai’s life-long financial well-being today and in the future.
Website : Call Center : 1428
      TISCO became the first finance company to update its status to a commercial bank under the Bank of Thailand’s Financial Master Plan in October 2004 and started offering commercial bank service under the name of TISCO Bank Plc since July 1,2005.
Website : Call Center : 0-2633-6000
      Thai Credit Retail Bank Public Company Limited provides commercial banking products and services to retail customers, and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It offers products and services, such as deposits; housing, car, gold, SME, education, and medical loans; cash and credit; and services, including ATM cards, deposit cards, deposit-withdraw with barcodes, with in and inter-bank transfers; safe deposit boxes; payroll services; cheques; payments; and account movement reports. Thai Credit Retail Bank Public Company Limited was formerly known as Credit Foncier Thai Keha Company Limited. The company was incorporated in 1970 and is based in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai Credit Retail Bank Public Company Limited operates as a subsidiary of Thai Life Insurance Public Company Limited.
Website : Call Center : 0-2697-5454
      The most important change in Thailand’s financial system was engineered under the visionary and wise leadership of Prince Mahisara Rajaharudaya (H.R.H. Prince Mahisorn), a brother of King Chulalongkorn Rama V. He realized that it would be difficult for Thailand to develop its economy without the firm foundation of a national banking system. His approach was to cautiously set up a small commercial bank as a pilot project, naming it the “Book Club”. The Book Club began its life on 4 October 1904 in a shophouse on Ban Moh Road. After the heartening performance of the Book Club, on 30 January 1907, H.M. King Rama V granted royal permission to set up the bank with an initial capital of 3,000,000 baht. The decree was announced in Royal Gazette, Siam Commercial Bank Limited thus officially began operations as a full-fledged commercial bank. In the realization of H.R.H. Prince Mahisara’s vision, the Bank would soon grow to become a “prototype for Thai bank”, and help to achieve Thailand’s financial independence, immensely benefiting the Kingdom and its people.
Website : Call Center : 0-2777-7777
      As part of UOB, United Overseas Bank (Thai) PCL (“UOB (Thai)”) is a regional bank rooted in Thailand that brings financial expertise and connectivity to its customers. UOB (Thai) is rated among the top banks in Thailand by Moody’s Investors Service (Baa1 for Long-Term rating), Fitch Ratings (AAA(tha) for National Long-Term rating), and Standard & Poor’s (BBB+ for International Long-Term rating). UOB (Thai) provides a nationwide network of 156 branches, 367 ATMs, 34 foreign exchange kiosks and its 24-hour Call Center.
Website : Call Center : 0-2285-1555
      Land and Houses Bank Public Company Limited provides personal and business banking products and services to retail customers and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Thailand. The company offers deposit services; bills of exchange; save deposit box, fund transfer, utility payment, currency exchange, cash management, and Internet banking services; and investment and insurance services. It also provides housing, personal, and educational loans; and SMEs loans, factoring, bank guarantees and aval loans, and hire purchase services. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Bangkok, Thailand. Land and Houses Bank Public Company Limited operates as a subsidiary of LH Financial Group Public Company Limited.
Website : Call Center : 0-2359-0000
      As an important milestone in demonstrating the long-term commitment to Thailand, Standard Chartered Group integrated its 111-year Bangkok Branch to Standard Chartered Nakornthon Bank and renamed “Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) Public Company Limited” in October 2005. The Bank is committed to serving the needs of customers by organising its business into three segments namely Retail, Corporate and Institution and Investment Banking. It offers world-class products and services including financial and capital markets, transaction banking, private banking, retail banking and investment banking.
Website : Call Center : 1595
      ICBC (Thai) previously named ACL Bank Public Company Limited, was established on August 22, 1969. In 1973 On April 21, 2010 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (ICBC) became the largest shareholder in ACL Bank and on July 8, 2010 the Bank completed the registration of its new name: “ธนาคารไอซีบีซี (ไทย) จำกัด (มหาชน)” in Thai and “Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Thai) Public Company Limited” in English. This name change reflects the transition of ACL Bank to be a member of the ICBC Group
Website : Call Center : 0-2629-5588
      Bank of China (Thai) Public Company Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited (“BOCHK”). Bank of China (“BOC”) established its off-shore office in Thailand in February 21, 1994, and in March 10, 1997 was formally upgraded to be Bank of China Limited Bangkok Branch (“BOCBKK”) provided full banking services. Then, BOCBKK has been transformed to be a subsidiary as Bank of China (Thai) Public Company Limited (“BOCT”) in August 26, 2014. Currently, in January 9, 2017, BOCHK has come to be the Parent Bank of BOCT upon the business strategy for more investment and ASEAN region’s business enhancement of BOC Group.
Website : Call Center : 0-2679-5566