KBank limits China lending to focus on trade finance

Thailand's Kasikornbank (KBank) has limited its lending in China to 2.2 billion yuan this year, a change from the previous target of 2.8 billion yuan, as it focuses on trade finance to lower its exposure to risk from slower growth of the Chinese economy.

CIMB Thai Bank turns to SME importers

CIMB Thai Bank is now targeting small and medium-sized importers for its trade finance products after exporters became less active because of the baht's appreciation.

SME Bank asks government to pay

The Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank of Thailand seeks repayments of loans for the public service objectives.

Exim Bank bids to fill SME financing gap

The Export-Import Bank of Thailand is aiming for loan growth of five per cent and stable profit this year while continuing to perform its role as a development bank that helps narrow or close the financing gap left by commercial banks.

KBank builds a factoring tie with 19 Chinese banks

Kasikornbank has struck a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with 19 partner banks in China, to jointly develop the largest Sino-Thai factoring service, which could boost lending by up to Bt29 billion.