President's Biography

Mr. Chartsiri Sophonpanich is President and a Director of Bangkok Bank, the largest commercial bank in Thailand and one of the largest regional banks in Southeast Asia, and Chairman of Bangkok Bank (China), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bangkok Bank.

Under his leadership, Bangkok Bank has expanded its operations and now has a local network of over 1,200 branches, approximately 240 business centers and business desks, and more than 17 million deposit accounts. The bank has 32 overseas branches, including fully-owned subsidiaries in China and Malaysia. Along with its successful commercial operations, the bank is also a strong supporter of Thailand’s community and plays an active role in a number of social development and educational initiatives.

Together with his responsibilities at Bangkok Bank, Mr. Chartsiri is also a Director of Post Publishing and a member of the Board of Trustees of Bangkok University and of Singapore Management University.

Mr. Chartsiri holds a Master’s Degree in Management from Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

In 2001 he received the Banker of the Year award from Thailand’s Money and Banking magazine. In 2005 he received the Achievement Award for Leadership in Thailand from the Asian Banker magazine and the Robert H. Goddard Alumni Award from Worcester Polytechnic Institute for exceptional achievement in business.

Under Mr. Chartsiri’s leadership Bangkok Bank has received hundreds of awards including Best Bank in Thailand from The Banker and Euromoney magazines and Bank of the Year from Money and Banking magazine.

 

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