From January to August this year, SSO has received returns of more than Bt33 billion from all its investments.
SSO spokesperson Pitsamai Nithipaiboon said there are no risks or impacts from such investments.
“As a spokesperson for the Social Security Office, I ask the insurer to be confident and trust in the analysis of the Social Security Office,” he said.
Netizens had criticised the SSO for holding a large stake in Sri Panwa Hotel in Phuket, which they claimed was encroaching on forest reserves. They also questioned the investment procedures followed by the Social Security Fund and its authority in making investment decisions.
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Published : September 23, 2020
By : The Nation