FREQUENTLY CONTACTED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited Address : 333 Silom Rd., Bangrak, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel : 0-2230-2328, 0-2230-2295, 0-2626-3646, and 0-2353-5421 Krungthai Bank Public Company Limited Address : 35 Sukhumvit Rd., Klong Toey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel : 0-2208-4845 - 47 Bank of Ayudhya Public Company Limited Address : 1222 Rama III Rd., Bang Phongphang, Yan Nawa, Bangkok 10120 Contact location : 550 Phloenchit Rd., Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel : 0-2296-3999 and 0-2296-4776 Kasikornbank Public Company Limited Address : 1 Soi Rat Burana 27/1, Rat Burana Rd., Rat Burana, Rat Burana, Bangkok 10140 Contact location : 400/22 Phahonyothin Rd., Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400 Tel : 0-2470-3074 Siam Commercial Bank Public Company Limited Address : 9 Ratchadapisek Rd., Chatuchak, Chatuchak Bangkok 10900 Tel : 0-2544-5740 Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) Public Company Limited Address : 100 North Sathorn Rd., Silom Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel : 0-2724-8989 and 0-2724-8842 For the case at Rayong Provincial Court, on September 28, 2018, the Court has made the judgement ordering the Company to pay damage cost with its interest of approximately Bath 38 million by deducting the remedy payment paid to the plaintiffs of Baht 24 million. The Company deposited the remaining damage cost with its interest to the Rayong Provincial Court on February 25, 2019. Some plaintiffs filed an appeal with the Rayong Provincial Court and the Company has filed an answer to the appeal with the Rayong Provincial Court on October 2, 2019. Subsequently, on January 22, 2020, the Rayong Provincial Court sent an appointment to hear the judgment of the Court of Appeal Region 2 on March 19, 2020 and the Court of Appeal Region 2 has postponed the date of hearing the judgment. On September 1, 2020, the Court of Appeal Region 2 has made the judgement ordering the Company to pay damage cost with its interest to the plaintiffs. The Company deposited the amount of Baht 25 million to the Rayong Provincial Court on September 30, 2020. Afterwards, on October 14, 2020, the Rayong Provincial Court sent an appointment to hear the judgement or the order of the Court of Appeal Region 2 on November 26, 2020. Then, the plaintiffs have filed the Dika appeal period on March 1, 2021, and the case is currently under the consideration to receive the plaintiffs’ Dika appeal of the Supreme Court. The Company is following up on the progress of the case. c) Transfer of right for the payment of raw materials legal case of the subsidiary On August 18, 2017, Anatta Green Company Limited (“Anatta”), later changed its name to Thai Bio Innovation Company Limited, the subsidiary and Asia Capital Group Public Company Limited (“ACAP”) entered a tripartite MOU where Anatta agreed to responsible for supplying crude palm oil to the subsidiary and ACAP agreed to provide financial support to Anatta for payment to its suppliers. On the same day, Anatta entered into a loan agreement with ACAP and transferred its right to receive payment for raw materials to ACAP, along with notifying the transfer of such claim to the subsidiary and the subsidiary has given consent to such transfer. During the 2nd quarter of 2018, the subsidiary disclosed the material event of inventory issue to the Stock Exchange of Thailand. At the same time, ACAP has demanded that the subsidiary pay for the raw materials purchased from Anatta under the transfer of claim, a total of 11 items. The subsidiary considered the documents received and clarified to ACAP that such documents were not in the subsidiary’s system and did not find evidence of the delivery of the raw materials from Anatta as specified. Subsequently, on August 20, 2018, ACAP filed a lawsuit in the Civil Court, claiming Anatta and the subsidiary jointly to pay damages totaling Baht 324.65 million and 15% interest per annum. The subsidiary’s legal advisor had considered the relevant facts and evidences and provided opinion that the subsidiary is not liable for allegation. The subsidiary therefore appointed a lawyer and submitted a statement to defend. The Court of First Instance issued its judgement on June 10, 2020, requiring the subsidiary to compensate ACAP in the amount of Baht 289.56 million plus interest of 15% per annum from the date of default until the payment is complete. If the subsidiary does not pay the said debt in full, Anatta shall pay the remaining balance. The subsidiary filed a legal appeal on November 25, 2020. On January 20, 2022, the Appeal Court upheld the judgment of the Court of First Instance. However, the subsidiary did not agree with the Appeal Court’s decision and will submit a request for a petition to the Supreme Court. The subsidiary believes that its defenses in facts, laws, and the exercising rights in court in good faith, in the end, the Supreme Court will consider evidences in the case and adjudicate the subsidiary not to be liable for payment of debts according to the judgments of the Court of First Instance and the Court of Appeal. The subsidiary also believes that evidences that the subsidiary has submitted additionally in the Court of Appeal as important evidences, directly related to the issue of the case, and is new evidence that the inquiry official in criminal cases has gathered and prepared from the investigation after the Court of First Instance decided the case, are solid evidences that will make the Supreme Court hear that the transaction documents prepared by Anatta, assisted by former employees of the subsidiary, and used by ACAP as evidences for filing against the subsidiary, are dishonest and unlawful acts. This is consistent with the fact that the SEC has found fraudulent acts related to inventory issue and unlawful exploitation which caused the subsidiary to be damaged. It is considered as an offense under the Securities and Exchange Act B.E. 2535. The inquiry official has made recommendation to pursue prosecution in some criminal cases and submitted the investigation documents to the public prosecutor already, therefore, the subsidiary believes that the subsidiary has no debts to be liable to ACAP under the contracts arising from dishonest and unlawful acts. However, the subsidiary has considered to record a reserve for damages from the said case in the amount of Baht 444 million. 113 BUSINESS OPERATION AND PERFORMANCE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE FINANCIAL REPORTS AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS APPENDIX