Bangkok Bank will offer loads of special deals at Money Expo Pattaya 2010, including loans with special interest rates, discounts and free gifts.

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Bangkok Bank offering special deals at Money Expo Pattaya

Bangkok Bank will offer loads of special deals at Money Expo Pattaya 2010, including loans with special interest rates, discounts and free gifts.

The bank will feature specially-selected products and services for both Thai and foreign customers residing in Pattaya and in nearby provinces under the theme ‘Financial Navigator’.

Money Expo Pattaya will be held at the PEACH Convention Center, Royal Cliff Beach Resort from February 5-7 2010.   Target visitors are those living in Pattaya City, Chon Buri, Rayong, Chachoengsao and Chanthaburi.

“Bangkok Bank will be combining specialised products and services to suit the needs of Thai and expatriate customers residing in the eastern region,” said Bangkok Bank Executive Vice President, Head of Provincial Commercial Banking, Piya Sosothikul.

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