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SEC, Japan's FSA cooperate

Mar 07. 2014
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The Thai Securities and Exchange Commission has exchanged letters of cooperation with Japan's Financial Services Agency (FSA) to expand business opportunities between the two countries' capital markets.
The SEC led members of the Thai private sector on a business trip to Japan last month to meet Japanese executives from both the public and private sectors, aiming to strengthen collaboration with the FSA on regulatory frameworks and to seek cross-border business opportunities. 
SEC secretary-general Vorapol Socatiyanurak said the exchange of letters of cooperation resulted from continual collaboration between the two regulators over the past two years and was expected to create more opportunities for the Thai capital market to connect with its world-renowned Japanese counterpart. It would provide more choices for investors from the two countries and also widen channels for Japanese investors to connect with the Greater Mekong Subregion.
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