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Climate Finance

The Bank acknowledges of the risks and impacts of climate change and that a transition is required for the society to shift towards a low-carbon economy. As a financial institution, the Bank can influence and help transform businesses to be more sustainable. Aiming to make finance flows consistent with a pathway towards low greenhouse gas emissions and climate-resilient development. The Bank plans to apply TCFD framework by 2024.

The Bank works closely with Bank of Thailand (BOT) and Thai Bankers’ Association (TBA) to raise the standards for sustainable financing including climate actions for banks in Thailand e.g., defining taxonomy, etc. More than simply a financial facilitator and service provider, the bank plays a proactive role in supporting clients who are looking to develop sustainable business models. These models create benefits both for clients and society without compromising the bank’s bottom line. The bank offers ESG lending to customers in the form of green loans that promote financing to solar energy, biomass energy and waste management projects, as well as sustainability-linked loans with interest rates tied to the borrower’s sustainability performance, which is measured based on social or environmental criteria. Predetermined sustainability-related goals are set and companies that achieve these goals earn benefits such as reduced interest rates.

The Bank is the first Thai commercial bank to issue green bond in Thailand, reinforcing our position to facilitate and influence businesses to shift towards sustainability. To ensure transparency and creditability of our bonds, TMBThanachart Green Bond Framework is established in alignment with the internationally accepted International Capital Market Association (ICMA)’s Green Bond Principles (GBP) 2021. The framework has obtained the Second Party Opinion by S&P Global Ratings.

The first Green Bond was issued with International Financial Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group as sole investor. The proceeds raised from USD 60 million Green Bond (approximately THB 1.8 billion Baht), with a 7-year tenor, have been used exclusively to finance climate- smart projects, particularly renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, in line with the Bank’s green lending expansion plan. It will also provide an alternative source of long-term green finance in the country. Moreover, the Bank will also issue a second bond, raising USD 90 million from IFC, to support SME lending program and increase access to finance for Thailand’s SME, a key contributor to Thailand’s economy.

 

13.8% ESG based fixed income issued per total fixed income products issued in 2018 which accounted for green bond, SME bond, and other ESG based fixed income products 32,407 tonnes estimated GHG emission reduction per year from green bond

Environment Management

The Bank is driving towards a more eco-efficient organization. The Bank has introduced a wide-range of initiatives and environmental saving programs to create awareness of environmental issue and to encourage all employees to help reducing internal consumptions of resource, energy, and water and paper. Since 2019, the Bank has set reduction target for resources consumption as a part of corporate KPIs.

The Bank has Energy Conservation Policy to establish commitment in energy saving and conservation as an approach to manage climate change. The major source of energy consumption for the Bank is from electricity and water. Thus, the Bank has been implementing energy consumption reduction initiatives to improve our resource consumption.

The Bank’s water saving initiatives include the installation of automatic water saving faucet, eco flush toilets and introducing eco-friendly wastewater treatment system. For waste management, TMB encourages employees to maximize the use of resources and launched initiatives e.g. Kid Tung Na, a campaign to promote reusable bags over plastic bags. The Bank also consider improving work processes to minimize paper usage by aiming to be paperless society. We develop bank systems to support paperless work theme to allow people to work on digital platform to reduce environmental impacts.

In 2020, the bank reduced electricity intensity by 30.5%, GHG scope 2 emissions intensity by 23.0% and water intensity by 29.7% at the Head Office, achieving the annual target: a 5.0% reduction from 2019, accounting for cost savings of over 10.6 million Baht compared to the previous year.

Climate Finance

The Bank acknowledges of the risks and impacts of climate change and that a transition is required for the society to shift towards a low-carbon economy. As a financial institution, the Bank can influence and help transform businesses to be more sustainable. Aiming to make finance flows consistent with a pathway towards low greenhouse gas emissions and climate-resilient development. The Bank plans to apply TCFD framework by 2024.

The Bank works closely with Bank of Thailand (BOT) and Thai Bankers’ Association (TBA) to raise the standards for sustainable financing including climate actions for banks in Thailand e.g., defining taxonomy, etc. More than simply a financial facilitator and service provider, the bank plays a proactive role in supporting clients who are looking to develop sustainable business models. These models create benefits both for clients and society without compromising the bank’s bottom line. The bank offers ESG lending to customers in the form of green loans that promote financing to solar energy, biomass energy and waste management projects, as well as sustainability-linked loans with interest rates tied to the borrower’s sustainability performance, which is measured based on social or environmental criteria. Predetermined sustainability-related goals are set and companies that achieve these goals earn benefits such as reduced interest rates.

The Bank is the first Thai commercial bank to issue green bond in Thailand, reinforcing our position to facilitate and influence businesses to shift towards sustainability. To ensure transparency and creditability of our bonds, TMBThanachart Green Bond Framework is established in alignment with the internationally accepted International Capital Market Association (ICMA)’s Green Bond Principles (GBP) 2021. The framework has obtained the Second Party Opinion by S&P Global Ratings.

The first Green Bond was issued with International Financial Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group as sole investor. The proceeds raised from USD 60 million Green Bond (approximately THB 1.8 billion Baht), with a 7-year tenor, have been used exclusively to finance climate- smart projects, particularly renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, in line with the Bank’s green lending expansion plan. It will also provide an alternative source of long-term green finance in the country. Moreover, the Bank will also issue a second bond, raising USD 90 million from IFC, to support SME lending program and increase access to finance for Thailand’s SME, a key contributor to Thailand’s economy.

 

13.8% ESG based fixed income issued per total fixed income products issued in 2018 which accounted for green bond, SME bond, and other ESG based fixed income products 32,407 tonnes estimated GHG emission reduction per year from green bond

Environment Management

The Bank is driving towards a more eco-efficient organization. The Bank has introduced a wide-range of initiatives and environmental saving programs to create awareness of environmental issue and to encourage all employees to help reducing internal consumptions of resource, energy, and water and paper. Since 2019, the Bank has set reduction target for resources consumption as a part of corporate KPIs.

The Bank has Energy Conservation Policy to establish commitment in energy saving and conservation as an approach to manage climate change. The major source of energy consumption for the Bank is from electricity and water. Thus, the Bank has been implementing energy consumption reduction initiatives to improve our resource consumption.

The Bank’s water saving initiatives include the installation of automatic water saving faucet, eco flush toilets and introducing eco-friendly wastewater treatment system. For waste management, TMB encourages employees to maximize the use of resources and launched initiatives e.g. Kid Tung Na, a campaign to promote reusable bags over plastic bags. The Bank also consider improving work processes to minimize paper usage by aiming to be paperless society. We develop bank systems to support paperless work theme to allow people to work on digital platform to reduce environmental impacts.

In 2020, the bank reduced electricity intensity by 30.5%, GHG scope 2 emissions intensity by 23.0% and water intensity by 29.7% at the Head Office, achieving the annual target: a 5.0% reduction from 2019, accounting for cost savings of over 10.6 million Baht compared to the previous year.

Climate Finance

The Bank acknowledges of the risks and impacts of climate change and that a transition is required for the society to shift towards a low-carbon economy. As a financial institution, the Bank can influence and help transform businesses to be more sustainable. Aiming to make finance flows consistent with a pathway towards low greenhouse gas emissions and climate-resilient development. The Bank plans to apply TCFD framework by 2024.

The Bank works closely with Bank of Thailand (BOT) and Thai Bankers’ Association (TBA) to raise the standards for sustainable financing including climate actions for banks in Thailand e.g., defining taxonomy, etc. More than simply a financial facilitator and service provider, the bank plays a proactive role in supporting clients who are looking to develop sustainable business models. These models create benefits both for clients and society without compromising the bank’s bottom line. The bank offers ESG lending to customers in the form of green loans that promote financing to solar energy, biomass energy and waste management projects, as well as sustainability-linked loans with interest rates tied to the borrower’s sustainability performance, which is measured based on social or environmental criteria. Predetermined sustainability-related goals are set and companies that achieve these goals earn benefits such as reduced interest rates.

The Bank is the first Thai commercial bank to issue green bond in Thailand, reinforcing our position to facilitate and influence businesses to shift towards sustainability. To ensure transparency and creditability of our bonds, TMBThanachart Green Bond Framework is established in alignment with the internationally accepted International Capital Market Association (ICMA)’s Green Bond Principles (GBP) 2021. The framework has obtained the Second Party Opinion by S&P Global Ratings.

The first Green Bond was issued with International Financial Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group as sole investor. The proceeds raised from USD 60 million Green Bond (approximately THB 1.8 billion Baht), with a 7-year tenor, have been used exclusively to finance climate- smart projects, particularly renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, in line with the Bank’s green lending expansion plan. It will also provide an alternative source of long-term green finance in the country. Moreover, the Bank will also issue a second bond, raising USD 90 million from IFC, to support SME lending program and increase access to finance for Thailand’s SME, a key contributor to Thailand’s economy.

 

13.8% ESG based fixed income issued per total fixed income products issued in 2018 which accounted for green bond, SME bond, and other ESG based fixed income products 32,407 tonnes estimated GHG emission reduction per year from green bond

Environment Management

The Bank is driving towards a more eco-efficient organization. The Bank has introduced a wide-range of initiatives and environmental saving programs to create awareness of environmental issue and to encourage all employees to help reducing internal consumptions of resource, energy, and water and paper. Since 2019, the Bank has set reduction target for resources consumption as a part of corporate KPIs.

The Bank has Energy Conservation Policy to establish commitment in energy saving and conservation as an approach to manage climate change. The major source of energy consumption for the Bank is from electricity and water. Thus, the Bank has been implementing energy consumption reduction initiatives to improve our resource consumption.

The Bank’s water saving initiatives include the installation of automatic water saving faucet, eco flush toilets and introducing eco-friendly wastewater treatment system. For waste management, TMB encourages employees to maximize the use of resources and launched initiatives e.g. Kid Tung Na, a campaign to promote reusable bags over plastic bags. The Bank also consider improving work processes to minimize paper usage by aiming to be paperless society. We develop bank systems to support paperless work theme to allow people to work on digital platform to reduce environmental impacts.

In 2020, the bank reduced electricity intensity by 30.5%, GHG scope 2 emissions intensity by 23.0% and water intensity by 29.7% at the Head Office, achieving the annual target: a 5.0% reduction from 2019, accounting for cost savings of over 10.6 million Baht compared to the previous year.