Photo Release: KBank wins Best DCM House in Thailand award, reinforcing our leadership in debt instrument service

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Wednesday July 31, 2019 10:48
กรุงเทพฯ--31 ก.ค.--KASIKORNBANK

Mr. Thiti Tantikulanan (center), KBank Capital Markets Business Division Head, together with a team of capital markets business executives recently received the "Best DCM House in Thailand" award for the third consecutive year from the FinanceAsia magazine at the Country Awards for Achievement 2019 in recognition of KBank's leadership in offering debt instruments in the primary market, with the largest share of the primary corporate bond market at 22.5 percent and highest value of corporate bond offering at 173,288 million Baht in 2018. The award presentation ceremony was held at The St. Regis Hong Kong.


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