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Our Footprint in Thailand
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Citi Thailand
Citi established a business presence in Thailand in 1967, and has since grown to become one of the leading financial institutions in the country.  Citi Thailand provides a full range of corporate and consumer banking solutions through Citi, Citibank and Citi Advance to over 1 million customers.  Citi has 3 Retail Banking branches and 31 Citi branch network with approximately 2,500 local employees.  Citi Thailand’s clients include the government and related entities, global multinationals, leading local corporates and financial institutions, as well as globally minded consumers.
Citi Thailand is a leader in corporate and investment banking, foreign exchange, securities brokerage, transaction services, credit cards, consumer lending, retail banking and wealth management.  Citi Thailand has been voted in 2012 the Best Foreign Commercial Bank by Finance Asia, the tenth consecutive year that Citi has received this award.
Citi Thailand is a member of Citigroup/Citibank, a leading global bank.  Citi has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions.  Citi started business in New York in 1812, and celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2012, and 110th anniversary in many countries in Asia.
Citi Thailand's Timeline
1967 Citi established a presence in Thailand under The Commercial Credit Corporation (Thailand) Ltd. focusing on auto and consumer goods financing.
1968 Diners Club (Thailand) Ltd. was established in Thailand as Thailand's first card services company.
1969 First National City Bank entered into a joint venture with Bangkok Bank, Ltd. with a 50% equity stake in Bangkok First Investment Trust, an investment company.
1969 Completion of the establishment of First National City Development Finance Corporation (Thailand) Ltd.
1973 First National City Bank acquired a minority interest in the country's
second-oldest bank, Wang Lee Bank Ltd.
1979 First National City Development Finance Corporation (Thailand) Ltd. was renamed Citicorp Finance and Securities (Thailand) Ltd.
1982 Citigroup acquired the Diners Club franchise, including Diners Club (Thailand) Ltd.
1984 Citibank acquired the Thailand branch of Mercantile Bank, a 130-year-old British-based banking business, and subsequently divested its interest in Wang Lee Bank.
1985 Citibank N.A. - Bangkok Branch was formally registered as a full-service branch on November 1, 1985.
1986 Citicapital Ltd. was established to provide investment, venture capital and corporate finance advisory services to start up companies.
1987 Citicorp Leasing (Thailand) Ltd. was established, offering consumer auto finance and corporate equipment leasing.
2000 Citicorp Finance and Securities (Thailand) Ltd. was separated into two distinct businesses: its finance business called Citicorp Finance (Thailand) and its security business called Citicorp Securities (Thailand).
2004 Citicapital Ltd.'s name was changed to Bangkok e-service Limited to reflect its expanded business of collections activities.
2005 Citicorp Leasing (Thailand) Ltd. changed its focus to provide consumer lending facilities under the branding of "Citiloan".
2005 Citicorp Securities (Thailand) received a brokerage license.
2006 Citicorp Securities (Thailand) launched its sub brokerage business.
2008 "Citiloan" branding of consumer lending was changed to "Citi Advance"
2009 Diners Club (Thailand) Ltd's was renamed Citi Consumer Products (Thailand) Ltd.
2010 Bangkok e-service Limited merged with Citicorp Finance (Thailand) Limited and changed its name to B.E.S. Limited.
2011 Citibank opened its second branch at Silom
2012 Citibank opened its third branch at the Central World