Private Fund

Private fund is an interesting alternative for ordinary investors and juristic persons, who have specific investment objectives and conditions or want lower investment burden.  An investor can select his/her own investment choices the way he/she wants, from the capital market to all financial instruments.

Private fund is a contract made with a non-juristic person, which means the ownership rights of the assets still belong to the clients.  The name of the asset management company will also be clearly stated to make known who help manage the assets of the clients.

The clients have control over the investment policy that the asset management company has to abide in order to meet the set objectives and the policy which the clients have established.

The assets of the clients will be left under the care of a designated party in order to prevent any conflict of interest.  The designated caretaker is to keep the clients’ assets in a secure and safe location, separate from its own assets.

Securities and Exchange Commission, Thailand (SEC) is a director for inspecting the management of asset management companies and custodians to be in accordance with related rules and systems.


Benefits of Private Fund Investment Services


Higher return on investment
- More opportunities to select investment instruments
- Advice from experts

Lower Investment Risks
- Source of updated and reliable news and information
- More diversification of risks than making own investments
- Standardized management system

Reduce Costs/Expenses of

- Personnel and operations
- Investment and risk control


Investment Policy

1. Fixed Income Fund
An investment in debt instruments for return in the form of yield and interest from such instruments as bonds, debentures, mutual fund units and deposits.

2. Flexible Fund
A fund that invests both in debt and equity instruments, with the investment ratio determined by the fund managers under any given circumstances.

3. Equity Fund
An investment in equity instruments, such as common stocks, warrants, and mutual fund units, in return for dividends or net cash settlement.

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