The Thai fund house is planning to scale up its technology capabilities to lift investment returns and better engage clients, while technology funds are among the key focuses of its investment products.
Following China’s award of RQFII quota to Thailand last month, Krung Thai Asset Management plans to apply for a licence, but rival Tisco AM takes a different view.
Here we list numbers 51-75 in our annual ranking of asset managers by AUM sourced from Asia Pacific, indicating a strong showing from Thai firms, among others.
The role will be filled by an internal promotion, following the retirement of Somchai Boonnamsiri after more than six years with Thailand's third biggest fund house.
Several senior asset management executives in Thailand have switched firms in recent months, and many feel this signals a growing trend.