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SET hosts ANNA international conference during Nov 30-Dec 2

BANGKOK, November 30, 2016 – Thailand Securities Depository Co., Ltd. (TSD), a subsidiary of The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), has hosted the Association of National Numbering Agencies (ANNA)’s Extraordinary General Meeting, during November 30- December 2 in Bangkok, an annual meeting convenes more than 40 ANNA member countries consisting top financial executives and professionals from markets, securities depository companies, clearing houses, and financial institutions worldwide.

The meeting aims to discuss criteria for issuing identification codes for over-the-counter derivatives according to international standards to increase the convenience of investment worldwide, while also being a key venue to showcase the attractiveness of Thai capital market on the international stage.

SET President Kesara Manchusree said TSD was honored to host this world-class meeting for the first time since our membership in 2004, reinforcing SET’s commitment to standardize operational process in accordance with international practices and increase SET's key role in the global arena and our internalization mission.

The Association of National Numbering Agencies (ANNA) is the central organization for issuing guidelines for securities identification codes that comply with International Organization for Standardizations such as International Securities Identification Numbers (ISIN) and Classification of Financial Instruments (CFI) codes.  These standardized identifiers enhance convenience for investors in capital markets worldwide. There are currently 120 members of ANNA.  TSD has been a member since 2004. While gaining updated information, TSD has also been equipped with international securities trading facilities, opening up more opportunities for foreign investors to invest in the Thai capital market.



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