Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University
The Graduate Institute of Business Administration was established in 1982 by Chulalongkorn University, in collaboration with two of the world's foremost business schools—the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania - - to meet the need of the business community for qualified managers. The established institute, bestowed the name of Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University by H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, has been sharpening minds and shaping leaders in Thailand since then.
Sasin pioneered the use of visiting professors from the top business schools in the world, complemented by full-time faculty and other experts, to conduct its English language graduate management programs in Thailand. The institute was conceived as an educational institution offering life-long business and management education at an international level. Sasin was Thailand's first business school to be accredited not only by AACSB, but also by EQUIS, the world's two most demanding accreditation bodies.
Sharpening Minds, Shaping Leaders since 1982 www.sasin.edu
Kiatnakin (formerly known as Kiatnakin Finance and Securities Company Limited) was found in 1971. Later on in 2005, Kiatnakin began to officially operate as a commercial bank under the name "Kiatnakin Bank Public Company Limited". Kiatnakin is rated "A-" with positive outlook by Tris Rating Company Limited. This rating reflects stable business growth and strong capital base to accommodate volatile economic conditions in the future. The Bank’s Capital Adequacy Ratio, as of 30 September 2012, is 15.03% based on Basel II. Total assets are Baht 252,097 million. Currently the Bank has 86 branches countrywide (including Headquarter)
In 2012, the Bank received awards namely, "SET Award of Honor" (Corporate Governance Report) and "Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Awards" (SET market capitalization of over 11 billion baht) which conducted by the Stock Exchange of Thailand and Money and Banking Magazine, an "Investor Choices' Award" from Annual General Shareholder Meeting Assessment Programe (Top 100 Scores),for the fourth consecutive years (2012-2009), conducted by Thai Investor Association and the Securities and Exchange Commission Thailand (SEC) and The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). Moreover, it recieved an "Excellent" from Corporate Governance Asia Recognition Award 2012 by Corporate Governance Asia which is the region's most authoritative journal on Corporate Governance.
Kiatnakin Bank has engaged in community activities under the "People Development for National Development with Kiatnakin Program". The Kiatnakin Bank Foundation was established on June 15, 2005 to encompass three areas : Education , Social Ethics and Immunity and Distress Relief and Charity.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), one of the most attractive exchanges in Asia, provides a wide variety of investment products (e.g., equities, bonds, and derivatives) and quality services to both local and foreign investors, with timely, accurate and complete information disclosure. We facilitate investors by providing fully computerized trading systems and aim to enhance the efficiency of the market infrastructure in meeting international standards by using efficient technology. We also emphasize promoting corporate governance amongst market participants and adopting best international practices to enhance our efficiency, transparency, and performance. Visit at www.set.or.th
Money Channel, the only 24/7 economics and investment television channel in Thailand, broadcast through True Visions channel 178, satellite TV, nationwide local cable and its website. Money Channel plays a key role in providing information about economic environment and investment, creating understanding on personal finance to support investors, entrepreneurs, securities professional and the general public in their prudent decision-making.
Tesco Lotus stores currently provide service to over 12 million customers each week through over 1,000 stores, (of which 138 stores are hypermarkets). We have 5 store formats to meet the different needs of customers: Extra, Hypermarket, Department Store, Talad and Express. In the mean time, Tesco Lotus export Thai products through the Tesco network and we aim to increase the export volume to 15 billion baht in 2013/14. Tesco Lotus employed nearly 50,000 full-staff across the business, while over 500,000 jobs have been created through our network of more than 9,000 suppliers. In March 2012 we listed the Tesco Lotus Retail Growth Freehold and Leasehold Property Fund (TLGF) on the Thai Stock Exchange. With a size of THB 18.41 billion (approx. USD 600 million), it is Thailand's largest-ever property fund initial public offering (IPO). Tesco Lotus has strong intention to create good business environment in Thailand by buying and selling responsively with our vendors; in addition, we get clear plans to continuously support Thai community through our community projects, which are Providing Healthy Choices, Caring for Environment, Supporting Education, and Actively Supporting Local Community.
Since July 19, 1973, Mr. Tawee Leelahakriangkrai and companions have founded Golden Bowl Company in Bangkok, Thailand. Marketing and manufacturing of quality beginning from men to kids ready-made clothings recently, the company has distributed its own clothing brand names "BOWLING" for men and "BOWLING KIDS" for kids over 200 corners in leading department stores.