Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University
Sasin was founded some 28 years ago in a collaboration among the pre-eminent in Thailand, Chulalingkorn University and what were to become two of the leading business schools in the world Ė the Kellogg School of Management and the Wharton School.
This Sasin management education collaboration pioneered the use of world-class visiting professors, complemented by full-time Sasin faculty and other experts in Southeast Asia. Sasin launched the first graduate management programs in Thailand taught completely in English, and continues to provide world-class management education.
Sharpening Minds, Shaping Leaders since 1982 www.sasin.edu
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.
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 Bankís Capital Adequacy Ratio, as of 31 December 2011, is 15.42% based on Basel II. Total assets are Baht 189,327 million. Currently the Bank has 72 branches countrywide (including Headquarter)
Kiatnakin Group comprises Kiatnakin Bank Public Company Limited, Kiatnakin Securities Company Limited (Bank holds 99.99%), Erawan Laws Office Company Limited (Bank holds 99.99%) and Kiatnakin Fund Management Company Limited (Bank holds 60.00%)
The Bank ranked 3rd for Bank of the Year in 2011 ranking by Money and Banking Magazine from coming top in three areas including the Return on Assets (ROA), the Return on Equity (ROE) and the Dividend Yield rate. Additionally, Kiatnakin received SET Awards 2011 in "Top Corporate Governance Report Awards" category conducted by the Stock Exchange of Thailand and Money and Banking Magazine. Last but not least, it received an "Excellent and worthy as an example" score from Annual General Shareholders Meeting Assessment Program in 2008-2011, hosted by Thai Investors Association (TIA) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
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.
Tesco Lotus stores currently provide service to over 35 million customers each month through over 900 stores, of which 133 stores are hypermarkets. We have invested over 130 billion Baht to Thai economy in the last 17 years, and we paid over 13 billion Baht in taxes in 2010. In the mean time, Tesco Lotus has exported Thai products through the Tesco Network to sell in Tesco stores internationally; these exports valued at nearly 12 billion Baht in 2010. Tesco Lotus employed more than 38,000 staff across the business, while over 500,000 jobs have been created through our network of more than 9,000 suppliers and over 40,000 jobs provided by our 14,000 mall tenants. 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 during Crisis.
B.Grimm Group is a multi business corporation active in the fields of energy, cooling, healthcare, lifestyle, transport and real estate. The group was established in 1878, which makes us one of the oldest corporate citizens in Thailand. Throughout our history we have entered into a number of joint ventures with renowned business leaders and have constantly been at the forefront of technological and infrastructure development with innovative ideas and products. We seek to contribute to society by promoting all aspects of civilization, be it the economic sector or the development of education, culture, sports and environment. Therefore we conduct our business with compassion, always wanting our associates, business partners and society at large to experience progress, prosperity and happiness.