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KTC and KTAM encourage investment decisions before year-end with 0.2% cashback of unlimited amount into KTPLUS Fund account when subscribing to an LTF or an RMF and paying with a credit card.
“KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited and “KTAM” or Krungthai Asset Management Public Company Limited are offering a great value promotion for members who are interested in investing in a long-term equity fund (LTF) and a retirement mutual fund (RMF) of KTAM. Members who choose to invest 50,000 Baht or more and to settle the amount with a KTC credit card will receive 0.2% cashback on every 10,000 Baht of investment with no maximum limit. The cashback will be paid into the KTPLUS fund account. Up to 1 Million Baht of investment can be used as tax rebate. The offer is valid from now until December 30th, 2013 at all branches of Krungthai Bank nationwide. Members can choose to invest in mutual funds of varied risk levels.

Krungthai Asset Management Public Company Limited has been recognized as Thailand’s Best Fund House by two of the world’s leading institutions: Asian Investor 2013 and Asia Asset Management 2013. Investment involves risks. Investors are recommended to study relevant information prior to any investment decision.

For more information on credit cards, please call KTC Phone at 02-665-5530 or visit For more information on investment, please call Krungthai Bank at 1551 or Krungthai Asset Management Public Company Limited at 0-2686-6100 or visit


For more information:

Public and Corporate Affairs Department, Krungthai Card Public Company Limited

Kandtharat      Chermchitphong         Tel.  0-2828-5057

Suchada          Weerasakulrak            Tel.  0-2828-5732       

Fax. 0-2828-5046      


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