Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) promotes Indian Culture and Business Opportunity

16 July 2012

Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) promotes Indian Culture and Business Opportunity

As part of Standard Chartered Bank's Indian week with the objective to promote Financial Inclusion, Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) held the talking session "Thailand-India Opportunities and Outlook" on 27 June 2012 at InterContinental Hotel.

In picture: Lyn Kok, President and CEO of Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) (2nd right) host of the event take picture with the panelists; H.E. Korn Dabbaransi, former Deputy Prime Minister (2nd left), H.E. Anil Wadhwa, Ambassador of India to Thailand (centre) and Mr. HK Agarwal, Executive President of the Aditya Birla Group (right), and Mr. Kamalkant Agarwal, Senior Executive Vice President, Origination and Client Coverage, Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) (left), the moderator.

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