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Thai bourse cultivates young generation in capital market career
BANGKOK, June 19, 2015 - The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), together with Thai Investor Relations Club (TIRC) under Thai Listed Companies Association (TLCA), will organize “Young Corporate Financial Officer 2015” project for the second year, during June 19-28, to prepare university students for investor relations and financial analysts, aiming at crafting professionals for the Thai capital market. This project was launched last year (2014).
SET President Kesara Manchusree said that SET has been dedicated to promoting sustainable growth for all stakeholders in the capital market in all dimensions, covering developing products and services, enhancing quality of listed companies, while cultivating capital market's professionals. Considered, this could powerfully drive quality and sustainable growth, especially the investor relations professionals who could add value to the firms, as well as the financial analyst who could be a key financial management mechanism for the firm. In conjunction with strategic partners, SET has organized the event to prepare bright young investor relations and financial analysts among university students in finance and economics from universities in SET’s university network project nationwide.
“The event will provide exclusive workshops, focusing on how to be qualified investor relations and financial analyst professionals, currently in high demand from the market, especially among listed companies. Significantly, students can have the opportunity to present their case studies to the listed firms’ executives,” added Kesara.
TIRC President Surayuth Thavikulwat, said that the students who joined this event would gain knowledge and experience directly via on-the-job training and advice from leading executives of listed firms, investors relations professionals, financial analysts and lecturers, as well as receiving company visit and internship opportunity in various listed companies. This was an opportune occasion for youth to prepare themselves to be professionals in the listed companies.
The Young Corporate Financial Officer 2015 event will be held during June 19-28, 2015 in Bangkok.  For more information, please contact S-E-T Contact Center at tel: 0 2229 2222.

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