Kiatnakin Bank

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24 April 2011

Kiatnakin Bank
Traded as SETKKP
Industry Banking, Financial services
Founded Thailand (January 6, 1971 (1971-01-06))
Headquarters Amarin Tower, 12th floor, 500 Ploenchit Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, Thailand

Kiatnakin Bank (Thai: ธนาคารเกียรตินาคิน) is a full-service bank based in Thailand. The bank was founded in January 1971[1] in Bangkok with 17,000 million baht in funds, and has grown to 52 branches. It was listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand in August 1988[1] and is included in the SET50 Index. The company headquarters is in Bangkok.[2]


Kiatnakin was founded in 1971 as a financial services company, and grew steadily until the recession of the late-1990s forced a suspension of operations. In 2005 the bank, which at the time had 22 financial service branches, applied for and received a commercial banking license.[3]


Kiatnakin Securities is a subsidiary company of the bank, and in 2008 the company established a new wholly owned subsidiary, Erawan Law Office.[4]

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