AMCHAM's Platinum Member Citi Thailand plays an active role in supporting AMCHAM in its mission to create a sustainable business environment, advocate for issues that impact the industry and contribute to the economic, social and sustainable development of the region. Learn more about Citi below.

AMCHAM Member since 1969

Citi Thailand, has been an AMCHAM member since 1969. In 2010, Citi was one of the first companies to become an AMCHAM supporting partner when they became a Platinum Corporate Partner in 2010. Citi’s chief officers have donated their time to serve as AMCHAM Presidents on the Board of Governors and their personnel have actively supported AMCHAM’s activities as Committee Leaders. Citi as a company supports AMCHAM’s mandate to provide an avenue for: advocacy, building a strong business network, creating value for the Thai American business community and contributing to welfare and education programs that benefit Thai children.

Citi has also been a constant supporter of The AMCHAM Thailand Foundation(ATF). The ATF has funded the University education of almost 3000 deserving Thai students. The ATF organizes camps for new and graduating students of the program every year to prepare them for life after University. Citi has offered training in personal finance for the students as well as giving them access to the Human Resource experts in order to prepare them for the corporate world. Citi sponsors a golf pro to help both beginners and experts at two annual AMCHAM charity golf tournaments and has donated countless items to support fundraising initiatives. As a socially responsible financial institute in Thailand, Citi works with AMCHAM Thailand to make the financial business environment favorable for international businesses in Thailand and inclusive of the local community through their CSR programs.

Citi Thailand in AMCHAM Leadership

Past AMCHAM Presidents from Citi

  • 2015-2014 - Darren N. Buckley
  • 2011- Peter B. Eliot
  • 2004- Terence Cuddyre
  • 1996-1995 – Robert A. Wilson, Jr.
  • 1991- David L. Hendrix

Committee Leadership: Citi executives have contributed time and expertise to serve on countless committees on an almost continuous basis, serving on key groups such as Business Econ Committee, Government Affairs, Community Projects and many many more.


About Citi Thailand

About Citi Thailand

Citi established a business presence in Thailand in 1967, and has since grown to become one of the leading financial institutions in the country. Citi Thailand provides a full range of corporate and customer banking solutions through Citi and Citibank to over 1 million customers. Citi has 3 Retail Banking branches and 36 Citi network branches across the country with approximately 2,200 local employees and a full range of digital banking capabilities. Citi Thailand's clients include the government and related entities, global multinationals, leading local corporate and financial institutions, as well as globally minded consumers.

Citi Thailand was voted in 2019 the Best Corporate/Institutional Digital Bank by Global Finance, and in 2018 the Best Global Bank in Thailand by The Asset Asian Awards for the ninth consecutive year, and in 2018, the Best  Foreign Bank in Thailand by Finance Asia for the 14th time in 16 years. Citi Thailand is a member of Citigroup/Citibank, a leading global bank. Citi has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi started business in New York in 1812, has had an Asia presence since 1902.

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Citi Thailand's Corporate Social Responsibility

Citi Thailand follows key priorities of Citi's Citizenship namely Microfinance, Environment, Financial Education, Youth Education, Disaster Response and Workplace. In 2018, Citi was the recipient of the Gold Status at the AMCHAM CSR Excellence (ACE) Awards. In its 10th year, Citi is one of the candidates of AMCHAM's People's Choice Awards for the Community Focused Financial Learning and Leadership Program. Winner for this special award category will be decided by member voting.