Wednesday November 21, 2018 15:28

Stcoks Press Release : 06 Nov 2018

SET welcomes rubber producer North East Rubber on November 7 Stcoks—06 Nov 18

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) will list North East Rubber pcl – a rubber product manufacturer and distributor – on November 7, under the ticker symbol "NER". The company has a market capitalization at its initial public offering (IPO)

TREIT further enhances its strength as the largest industrial trust in Thailand, acquiring high quality sale-and-leaseback assets from non-TICON group Stcoks—06 Nov 18

TICON Freehold & Leasehold Real Estate Investment Trust (TREIT) continues to increase its asset portfolio to show the business strength and potential of the Trust. TREIT has recently invested in high quality assets with total value of 90 million Baht

Photo Release: SCB EASY PAY Mae Manee wins 4 Awards from Adman Awards Symposium Stcoks—06 Nov 18

"Siam Commercial Bank" (SCB), together with "Rabbit's Tale" took "SCB EASY PAY Mae Manee Money Solution" payment solution to successfully win four prestigious awards in Adman Awards & Symposium 2018, Thailand's most respected arena for advertising

Photo Release: KBank teams up with OCCI to bring Thai startups to a business matching event in Stcoks—06 Nov 18

Recently, at the Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry's office in Japan, Mr. Isara Itiravivong, Deputy Chief Representative – Tokyo, KASIKORNBANK, together with representatives from two Thai startups, namely, Mr. Pattara Thurnsiri, CEO of

KTC launches worthwhile Drive Happily, Fun Travels campaign with up to 3x privileges for the end of Stcoks—06 Nov 18

Ms. Janejit Ladpli, Vice President – Travel and Leisure Marketing, "KTC" or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, launches a special campaign for members who have a penchant for traveling with up to 3x privileges. First privilege receive up to 50%

Flawed World Financial Metrics Reported in Paper Presented at Yale University by Richmond Global Stcoks—06 Nov 18

A research paper presented at Yale University reports that the financial world's incumbent classification system, GICS, is inherently flawed, as it omits material sustainability factors. At the other end of the spectrum, the SICS classification system