SCB garners #SME Bank of the Year# award at #Thailand#s Most Admired Brand 2016# awards event

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Monday February 22, 2016 19:47
Bangkok--22 Feb--Siam Commercial Bank

Siam Commercial Bank Head of the SME Segment Function Mr. Vipon Vorasowharid, on behalf of the bank, accepted the "SME Bank of the Year 2016" award from BrandAge Magazine Managing Editor Mr. Thanadej Kulpitivan during the 16th 'Thailand's Most Admired Brand 2016' awards event. SCB was named the most admired SME bank brand in a survey of consumer opinion nationwide in recognition of the bank's corporate brand and image, consumer access, tailor-made products and services, and efficient advertisement and communication with clients. The Bank has focused on comprehensively developing products and services catering to the needs of SME operators and initiated various activities for building SME networks to ensure that SMEs are in a position to expand business and grow steadily. Winning the accolade reflects the consolidation of the true SCB SME strength.


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