Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) was founded as the Book Club on October 4, 1904 by HRH the Prince Mahisara Rajaharudaya, a brother of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V), who was convinced that the time was ripe for Siam to have its own banking system to help foster the country’s economic development, rather than rely solely on the efforts of foreign banks operating branches in the country. The name Book Club was chosen in an effort to keep the project sub rosa as it was something of an experiment. After the success of the Book Club, King Chulalongkorn granted royal approval for it to officially operate as a commercial bank under the name The Siam Commercial Bank on January 30, 1907.
SCB opened its headquarters in Bangkok's Talat Noi District in 1910. In 1911.
In 1939 rename to Thai Commercial Bank. In 1946 rename a current back.