Banking in Thailand
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The banking sector in Thailand is almost exclusively made up of big national banks. Western banks with international branches can be found there, however. For a list of banks, please click on the 'Banking in Thailand' tab located above.
You cannot open a bank account in Thailand without a Work Permit. To open an account, you will be required to provide the following documentation:
- Work Permit
Normally there is no charge for having a bank account in Thailand, and interest rates are very low. Cash machines are widespread and internet banking is available.
Organisations that can assist with Banking
Breder Suasso offers accounts opening for Private and Corporate clients. Enhancing clients' possibility to move their money assets across international borders swiftly and securely is the main goal of Breder Suasso financial services.
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