11 Facts About Bangkok Bank


Bangkok Bank has branches in London and New York to complement its Southeast Asian network.

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Bangkok Bank was established in 1944 and was listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand in 1975.

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One of Thailand's 3rd class banks, Bangkok Bank has an extensive distribution channel network to serve a variety of customers.

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Bangkok Bank currently has the largest overseas branch network of any Thai bank with 32 international branches in 15 economies, including wholly owned subsidiaries in Malaysia and China.

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Bangkok Bank is the only Thai bank with a local bank in China with its head office in Shanghai and six branches.

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Bangkok Bank has 16 international branches in ASEAN countries which form the ASEAN Economic Community.

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Bangkok Bank is the only Thai bank to have a branch in Myanmar where its Yangon Branch opened on 2 June 2015.

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The Indonesian branch of Bangkok Bank merged its operations with PermataBank from December 2020, with PermataBank as the surviving entity.

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Bangkok Bank has a full range of business, investment banking and personal banking services.

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Fiscal year ending 31 December 2016, Bangkok Bank had revenues of 140,920 million baht, net profit of 31,815 million baht, and total assets of 2,944,230 million baht.

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Shares of the stock of Bangkok Bank are traded on the Stock Exchange of Thailand, under the symbol: BBL.

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