Organization Chart
Structure of Shareholders

1.

The shares are held by Dr. Prateep Tangmatitham and the persons pursuant to Section 258 of the Securities and Exchange Act B.E. 2535 (1992).

2.

Mr. Chuan Tangmatitham who is Dr. Prateep Tangmatitham’s elder brother and Mrs. Anchan Tangmatitham, Mr.Chuan Tangmatitham's wife hold shares in an aggregate number of 3.15% of the paid-up capital. The other shareholders are natural persons who are not related to the group of Dr. Prateep Tangmatitham.

3.

Mr. Chuan Tangmatitham who is Dr. Prateep Tangmatitham’s elder brother and Mrs. Anchan Tangmatitham, Mr. Chuan Tangmatitham's wife hold shares in an aggregate number of 4.65% of the paid-up capital. The other shareholders are natural persons who are not related to the group of Dr. Prateep Tangmatitham.

Name of Shareholders

Shareholding Proportion

Number of Shares

Percentage

1.TANGMATITHAM FAMILY1

635,168,005

29.64

2.Supalai Public Company Limited

194,938,600

9.10

3.THAI NVDR COMPANY LIMITED

134,550,071

6.28

4.THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON

99,051,885

4.62

5.SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE

78,214,725

3.65

6.STATE STREET EUROPE LIMITED

55,425,228

2.59

7.SKANDINAVISKA ENSKILDA BANKEN AB

47,596,750

2.22

8.SOUTH EAST ASIA UK (TYPE C) NOMINEES LIMITED

45,214,531

2.11

9.Mr. Santi Singhawangcha

32,243,700

1.50

10.NORTRUST NOMINEES LTD-CL AC

29,028,796

1.35

Total Top 10 Shareholders

1,351,432,291

63.06

Others

791,647,039

36.94

Total

2,143,079,330

100.00

1

The group of Mr. Prateep Tangmatitham and related persons pursuant to Section 258 of the Securities and Exchange
Act (B.E. 2535) (1992) consists of 1). Mr. Prateep Tangmatitham 2). Mrs. Ajchara Tangmatitham holding 522,432,755
shares and 112,735,250 shares, or 24.38% and 5.26% respectively.

Policy on Dividend Payment of the Company and the subsidiaries

For sustainable growth, the Company has set divided policy to be not less than 35 percent of net income after tax of the separate financial statements. However, in case the Company still suffers accumulated loss, it will be not able to pay dividend as specified in its Articles of Association. In addition, subject to the Company’s regulation on rights and duties of the debenture issuer, the Company can pay dividend in the amount of not more than 60% of the net profit of such particular year.

Nevertheless, the Board of Directors may pay interim dividend to shareholders from time to time if deemed appropriate that the Company’s profit is sufficient to do so, and report to the subsequent meeting of shareholders for acknowledgement. Nevertheless, the Company has set up condition in maintaining the conditions for making dividend payment according to the Loan Agreement, that is, the Company shall not pay dividend, be it interim or annual dividend, or distribute any benefit or remuneration to any or all shareholders by any means or method unless all of the following events take place in a complete manner:

1.
the Company has not breached the Loan Agreement and
2.
the Company has presented the evidence for consideration by the creditors and is of the opinion that in the year in which any dividend and/or benefit and/ or remuneration shall be paid, the Company has provided reserve in a sufficient amount to fully pay all the interest and principal due in the year in which any dividend and/or benefit and/or remuneration shall be paid.

For the subsidiaries, there is no certain policy regarding dividend payment, it depends on the operational result of each company each year.