Lockton Wattana is one of the leading insurance brokers and risk consultants in Thailand. We have been providing our “service excellence” that has been a hallmark of our success for more than thirty years. This has culminated in our winning the Thai Prime Minister’s Insurance Award for Outstanding Non-Life Insurance Broker for the last 8 consecutive years.

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Welcome to Lockton Thailand

Lockton Wattana is one of the leading insurance brokers and risk consultants in Thailand. We have been providing our “service excellence” that has been a hallmark of our success for more than thirty years. This has culminated in our winning the Thai Prime Minister’s Insurance Award for Outstanding Non-Life Insurance Broker for the last 8 consecutive years.

Our success is a result of our accumulative wealth of expertise and experiences in the risk management and insurance field. With our professional resources, we are dedicated to render quality services to help our clients better manage their risks. We also have a good relationship and receive strong support from our local and overseas business partners.

Being part of Lockton, the leading global insurance brokers based in the US, Lockton Wattana benefit from the technical support from our principal. Lockton Group’s worldwide network and presence also enables us to give our insurance services to all multi-national clients wherever they are.

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Lockton Thailand Contacts

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Wattana Wongvisesnopakun

Executive Chairman

General Inquiries

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enquiry.asia@lockton.com

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