Krirk-Kiart Jalichandra, the former head of the Bangkok Bank of Commerce, was sentenced to an additional 20 years in prison on Thursday. Krirk-Kiart, who was already serving a 70-year prison term for providing phony loans to friends and associates that caused the bank to crash and helped to begin the Thai financial crisis of 1997, was found guilty of embezzlement and malfeasance. Krirk-Kiart is currently out on bail pending appeals in earlier cases.