The Bank of Thailand
The Bank of Thailand (BOT) is the central bank of the Kingdom of Thailand. The objects of the BOT are as follows: print and issue banknotes, promote monetary stability and formulate monetary policies, manage the bank’s assets, provide banking facilities to the government and act as the registrar for the government bonds, provide banking facilities for the financial institutions, support the establishment of payment system, supervise and examine the financial institutions, control the foreign exchange according to the exchange control act.
|Key People||Prasarn Trairatvorakul (Governor)|
|Head Office||273 Samsen Road, Bangkhunprom|
Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok
|Phone||+66 2283-5353, +66 2283-5010|
|Fax||+66 2280-0449, +66 2280-0626|
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|15.02.2020 | Credit Suisse reports full-year 2019 net income of CHF 3.4 billion, compared with net income of CHF 2.0 billion in 2018 (+69%).|
|02.08.2019 | Credit Suisse reports second quarter 2019 net income of CHF 937 million, compared to CHF 647 million in second quarter 2018 (+45%). Total assets amounted to CHF 784.2 billion at June 30, 2019.|
|24.03.2016 | Credit Suisse publishes agenda for the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders on April 29, 2016.|
|21.03.2015 | Credit Suisse reports full-year 2014 net income of EUR 1,875 million, compared with net income of EUR 2,326 million in 2013 (-19%). Total assets amounted to CHF 921.5 billion at December 31, 2014.|
|06.02.2014 | Credit Suisse reports full-year 2013 net income of CHF 3,069 million, compared with net income of CHF 1,349 million in 2012 (up 128%). At December 31, 2013, the company’s total assets amounted to CHF 872.6 billion.|