Krungsri appoints Head of Retail and Consumer Banking

Krungsri appoints Head of Retail and Consumer Banking

Bangkok (13 January 2021) – Krungsri (Bank of Ayudhya PCL) recently announced the appointment of Mr. Phonganant Thanattrai as Head of Retail and Consumer Banking, subsequent to the retirement of Mr. Dan Harsono, effective from 1 January 2021 onward.

For more than 10 years with Krungsri, Mr. Phonganant is among the high-caliber executives and has been one of the key driving forces for the success of Krungsri. He has brought in his knowledge and expertise in product and service development and comprehensive experience in retail banking and distribution as well as consumer banking and high net-worth segment to successfully enhance financial and banking service of Krungsri. In addition, he has obviously exhibited strong leadership and capability to effectively lead teams and successfully drive the Bank’s business. He has delivered tremendous achievements for Krungsri especially Retail Banking and Distribution Group. Krungsri strongly believes that his vision, expertise and professional expertise as Head of Retail and Consumer Banking will propel Krungsri to another level of success.

Mr. Phonganant has obtained a Master of Business Administration from Faculty of Commerce

and Accountancy, Thammasat University. He has had over 28 years’ experience in finance and banking from international financial institutions.

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