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SME D Bank sells 3 billion bonds, 3 years old, K. Treasury, supporting trees and flowers The auction opens on February 20, raising funds for lending to support Thai SMEs.

SME D Bank sells 3 billion bonds, 3 years old, K. Treasury, supporting trees and flowers
The auction opens on February 20, raising funds for lending to support Thai SMEs.

SME D Bank prepares to issue bonds in the amount of 3 billion baht, 3 years, the Treasury Department guarantees principal and interest. Through bidding method for investors To raise funds for lending to Thai SMEs, the auction is scheduled for February 20, confident that it will receive high attention. From the strength of AAA-level enterprises

Ms. Nartnaree Rattapat Managing Director The Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank of Thailand or SME D Bank revealed that the bank is preparing to issue bonds in the amount of 3,000 million baht, 3 years, with the Ministry of Finance guaranteeing the principal and interest. to raise funds for further lending to SME entrepreneurs The auction is scheduled for February 20, 2023, with the Bank of Thailand (BOT) as a distributor to potential buyers by the following methods:
(1) Sell bonds by bidding on yields to e-Bidding service users in accordance with the Bank of Thailand Regulation Re: Electronic Bidding of Bonds (e-Bidding) B.E. 2546 (2003).
(2) Selling bonds by offering to buy to foundations, co-operatives, juristic persons for public charities, religion, art, culture, science, literature, education, other public interests. without expectation benefits to share and a fund that is a juristic person who takes advantage of the principal

for the sale of bonds this time The bank has funds to support Thai SMEs. Able to move forward with business to its full potential It is an important force driving Thailand’s speedy recovery, while helping the bank to have appropriate financial costs in the long run. It is believed that such bonds will be well received by investors. because the bank has a strong position It is 99% owned by the Ministry of Finance and has been rated AAA by Fitch Ratings Company Limited, the highest rating for a national credit rating.

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