Published: Jan 11, 2021
The Federation of Thai Capital Market Organisations (Fetco) Investor Confidence Index for the next three months has fallen by 19.1 per cent to 130.63 due to uncertainty over recovery of the tourism industry, global conflicts, economic slowdown and new round of Covid-19 infections.
Published: Dec 21, 2020
The Federation of Thai Capital Market Organisations (FETCO) has announced a three-pronged plan to boost the country’s capital market next year, namely expanding investor base, increasing long-term investment and helping small and medium-sized businesses.
Published: Nov 05, 2020
The Federation of Thai Capital Market Organisations (FETCO) predicts foreign funds will flow back into the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) next year after more than Bt300 billion fled this year.
Published: Sep 14, 2020
The Investor Confidence Index fell by 21 per cent, the lowest in five months, due to political unrest and delay in the rolling out of economic stimulus measures, the Federation of Thai Capital Market Organisations (Fetco) said.
Published: Apr 13, 2020
Paiboon Narintarangkul, chairperson of the Federation of Thai Capital Market Organisation (Fetco), said on Monday (April 13) that the organisation does not have any additional proposals because the new measures that have been offered up are sufficient to stimulate the economy.
Published: Aug 08, 2019
The Finance Ministry on Thursday accepted a proposal from an industry grouping that that will see the long-term fund (LTF) emerge with a new name as the sustainable equity fund (SEF) offering increased tax-reduction benefits for green investments.
Published: Aug 06, 2019
The Federation of Thai Capital Market Organisation (FETCO) is ready to act as a medium between global investors and the Thai government to help improve the state’s relations with investors and attract more foreign investment into the Kingdom.
Published: Aug 06, 2019
The performance of the Thai stock market for the rest of the year will hinge on the effectiveness of the new government’s economic stimuli and whether these policies can stir up investors’ sentiments that have been hit adversely by the US-China trade war, market experts predict.
Published: Nov 18, 2018
FETCO has proposed to set up replacement funds for LTFs whose tax privileges will end next year. Based on its proposal, personal income tax deduction will be set at a maximum of 20 per cent of investment, but not exceeding Bt100,000 and not more than the tax amount to be paid. Fund holders must hold on to the units for a minimum of 10 years.