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Types of investment assets

        Provident funds may invest only in securities or assets as follows :
  • Cash deposits and cash equivalent securities such as Om Sap Thawisin Savings Cards Deposits (issued by the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives), Premium Savings Certificates or PSCs (issued by the Government Savings Bank), deposits in commercial banks or banks established by specific law, deposits in Savings Cooperative and the Federation of Savings Cooperatives, and deposits in financial institutions as prescribed by the SEC
  • Debt instruments such as bonds, treasury bills, negotiable certificates of deposits (NCD), promissory notes, bills of exchange, debentures in exclusion of convertible debentures, and bond-warrants
  • Equity instruments such as shares, warrants
  • Hybrid instruments i.e. convertible debentures
  • Investment units
  • Derivative warrants
  • Derivatives
  • Security lending
  • Reverse repurchase agreements
  • Structured notes
last updated date 25/05/2553

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