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Thai bourse to organize SET in the City 2015 from November 19-22

BANGKOK, November 4, 2015 - The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) organizes its 11th SET in the City, the grand annual investment fair in Bangkok during November 19-22 under the concept “Explore new trends and discover investment opportunities", at Paragon Hall, Siam Paragon, in the heart of Bangkok city, expected to attract more than 120,000 participants and 18,000 transactions throughout the four days of the event.

 This year SET in the City aims to expand quality investor base and provide practical investment knowledge among investors, enabling them to create long-term financial plan and capturing the global trends to find the right financial opportunities.
SET President Kesara Manchusree said that in 2015, the Thai capital market has been growing steadily in several dimensions with average daily trading value of THB 45,190.32 million (as of end of October), considered highest in ASEAN, while the number of investor accounts increased by 131,838 accounts year-to-date (as of September), or a 11.20 percent increase from the end-2014. In the past 3-5 years, the number of investors has increased considerably and investment become more and more popular, resulting from the fact that Thailand is an aging society. Consequently, people have put more emphasis on financial planning to build wealth, create financial freedom, aiming to live comfortably after retirement.

In the digital and urbanization era with modern technology, the pace of the people’s lifestyle is dynamic, while there is a borderless communications, greater consumption and healthy trends, and high demand for financial plan for stability of life. As such, the demand for long-term financial plan is here to stay. SET foresees the potential and continues to organize SET in the City to offer various financial products and services in order to serve the emerging demands and trends.

The four-day event will also highlight  seminars and workshops, joined by over 100 leading firms to share among investors and prospects the investment expertise on equities, derivatives, mutual funds and insurance. Under the "Explore new trends and discover investment opportunities" concept, the event will showcase the three main trends consisting of financial planning, investment trend, and digital trend in order to motivate novice investors, enabling them to acquire financial planning that matches their lifestyle via global financial trends, as well as on top of getting advice from gurus.

For more information on SET in the City 2015, please visit or the App Store or Google Play application “SET app”, or contact SET Contact Center at 0 2229 2222.



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