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Type of Account

Type of Cash Account

  • Maybank Kim Eng Securities (Thailand) Public Company Limited (Broker No. 42) is a member of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). With a total of 39 offices located in Bangkok and throughout the country, we offer a wide range of financial services and extensive research based on fundamental and technical analyses. Before starting to trade stocks on SET, investors should contact us to open an account by filling out an application form and signing an agreement for appointing an Internet Trading Agent. Documents required include a copy of  your identification card or passport and house registration. Once your application and credit status are approved, we will authorise a password for Internet trading. You can also place orders at our trading room on the 21st floor of The Offices at Central World Building, or through our trader directly to SET, or a sales representative, who will call you to confirm your completed transactions.
  • For Cash Accounts, there are both individual and corporate accounts. The settlement date for sell and buy orders is within the next 3 days from the trading date. Securities payments will be the paid total value amount including commission fee and value-added tax of 7%.

 

Internet Account

  • Business Overview
    In our never-ending quest to be Thailand’s top, one-stop service broker, Maybank Kim Eng established its website in 1997. A year later we developed the Internet Investment Information Service or IIIS, a platform which now allows investors to trade stocks and access research through the Internet.

 

Why Maybank Kim Eng’s Internet Trading?
Investor benefits:

  • Convenience
    You can access our IIIS anytime, 24 hours a day, from the office, home, or anywhere around the world. SET trading hours are between 10:00-12:30 and 14:30-16:30 hrs (Thai time). However, you can place an order after 17:00 (BKK time) for the next day trading. All orders will be delivered to the SET at 09:30 the next day and be in the queue with other orders.  

  • In-depth Information
    You can find comparative and timely information about real-time stock quotes, company profiles, research analyses, and historical statistics and information to support your investment decisions. Our IIIS offers comprehensive real-time market information on a web-based application, complete with extensive stock, sector and index data and fundamental research and technical analysis charts.  KELive is our web-based research database featuring company reports covering more than 140 stocks as well as in-depth economic reports on the latest developments impacting the Thai market.

  • Portfolio Management
    Investors previously could not monitor their portfolio as well as check their order status. Our Internet trading system allows you to access your Profile, Portfolio, Order Status, and Transaction History information in a snap.

  • Low Cost
    The commission rate for our Internet trading service is only a minimum of 0.15%.

 

What do we provide?

 

  • Trading: KE Trade
    • Offers real-time (Stock Quotes, SET Index, SET news) trading information

  • Investor Information: IIIS
    • Real-time daily order and confirmation service
    • Transaction reports
    • Portfolios status and profit/loss report
    • Credit inquiries

  • Stock Information: IIIS
    • News Library
    • Corporate Action Information
    • Financial Statements
    • Historical Trading Information
    • Foreign Exchange Rates, Foreign Stock Index, Mutual Funds    information, etc.

  • Research: KELive
    • Economics/Industry Overview
    • Comments and Technical analysis
    • Stock Analysis

 

Procedure of Credit Balance Account Opening
Requirements are as follows:

  • Clients have to deposit at least 500,000 Baht for a credit line as well as mortgage their cash and other securities. However, the value of the mortgage depends on the company’s credit control policy.
  • In order to buy any securities through Maybank Kim Eng Securities (Thailand) Plc., clients have to pay the whole amount by the settlement date, within the next 3 days from the trading date (T+3), by cash or check after order confirmation.
  • In order to sell securities through Maybank Kim Eng Securities (Thailand) Plc, clients receive the whole, sold amount by the settlement date, within the next 3 days from the trading date (T+3), after order confirmation.
Type of Order

The main type of trading order on SET is the "limit- price" order, which is an order to buy or sell at a specific price. In addition, as part of efforts to service all types of investors, the Exchange has introduced six other types of orders for main board trading.

Non-limit price orders

  1. Market Price Order (MP): An order to buy or sell a security at the best price currently available.
  2. At-The-Open Order (ATO): An order to buy or sell a security at the opening price.
  3. At the Close Order (ATC): An order to buy or sell a security at the closing price.

Conditional orders

  1. Immediate-Or-Cancel Order (IOC): An order to buy or sell a stock immediately at a specific price on the condition that, if there is any remaining volume unmatched, the remaining volume will be revoked.
  2. Fill-Or-Kill Order (FOK)An order to buy or sell the whole ordered volume at a specific price. If this condition cannot be met, the order is revoked.

Publish orders
An order to buy or sell a stock with an ordered volume of at least 10 board lots (mostly 1,000 shares) while also specifying the equal amounts of the ordered volume to be published in the ARMS. When the published portion of the ordered volume is executed, the next remaining portion is placed in the queue until the whole ordered volume has been executed.

Foreigners' Guidelines
  • Stock Holding
    Clients should be aware of the restrictions on foreign ownership of Thai companies. Foreign shareholding limits apply to every stock listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand. Most listed companies limit foreign ownership to a maximum of 49%, except those in the banking and finance sector which generally permits only a 25% foreign holding.

    To ensure that you are entitled to receive financial benefits arising from investing in the Thai Stock Market, clients are advised to hold stock registered according to their "Residential Status":-

    • Thais to hold "local" shares.
    • Foreigners to hold either “foreign” shares or Non-Voting Depository Receipt (NDVR).

    Foreigners who hold foreign shares will be eligible for dividends, right issues & warrants and voting rights. In the case that they hold NVDRs, they will be entitled to receive dividends, right issues and warrants only. Voting rights are not applicable for NVDR holders.

  • Investor's Benefits
    When Maybank Kim Eng is acting as custodian, we will inform the securities registrar, Thailand Securities Depository Co., Ltd. (TSD), of the identities of shareholders as at the book closing date. Consequently, customers will be entitled to receive the following:-

    A. Right Issue
    After the book closing date, TSD will directly submit the notification of subscription along with the subscription form to the shareholders to the address given in their account opening form. The shareholder must complete all forms; attach a signed copy of your identification card or passport together with a cheque and return all documents to that company by the date specified.

    B. Dividend
    After the dividend payment date, the TSD will mail a dividend cheque to the shareholders at the address given in their account opening form. Please note that dividend income is subject to 10% withholding tax at source.

    According to the Stock Exchange of Thailand’s regulations, the dividend cheque will be paid in Thai Baht only. As a result, it is recommended that overseas clients obtain a local bank account with any of the major Thai commercial banks in order to cash the cheque before remitting out of Thailand.

    As a result, foreigners who do not obtain a local bank account in Thailand will fail to cash the dividend cheque.

  • NVDR (Non-Voting Depository Receipt)

    Definition
    Non-Voting Depository Receipt (NVDR) is a new trading instrument issued by the Thai NVDR Company Limited, a subsidiary wholly owned by the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). The NVDRs are automatically regarded as listed securities on the SET.


    Benefits
    1. To eliminate foreign investment barriers, such as the foreign investment limits and impediments for institutional investors.

    2. Investors will be entitled to receive financial benefits; i.e., dividends, right issues and warrants, in the same manner as they invest in an ordinary share. However, the voting right is not applicable for NVDR holders.


    Trading Procedure
    Investors who wish to trade NVDRs are able to send the requests either via a Marketing Officer or via our Online Trading Platform by making "NVDR Box" active when placing an order.

    NVDR’s price quotes will be referred from the local board of the underlying stocks. The price is exactly the same as that of the corresponding counter on the local board. To sum up, NVDR orders will be executed in the local board.


    Guidelines
    1. At any book closing date, Maybank Kim Eng will submit a Shareholder Report to the Thailand Securities Depository Co., Ltd. (TSD). Clients are advised to hold stocks registered according to their “Resident Status” before X Dividend (XD) or X Right (XR) posting dates. In other words, foreigners should hold either “foreign” registered stock or NVDRs whereas Thais should hold “local" registered stock.

    2. Foreign investors who long for voting rights are advised to hold "foreign" shares only.

    3. Securities trading must be conducted on the corresponding boards only:-

Securities Board
Foreign Shares Foreign Board
Local Shares Main Board (Local Board)
NVDRs Main Board (Local Board)
Settlement : Securities Clearing

As the Clearing House, TSD uses electronic fund transfers through the settlement banks and the Bahtnet system of the Bank of Thailand. Cheques have not been used since September 8, 2000 in a bid to achieve the most efficient clearing and settlement process.

With this new development, custodians can make payments through the Bahtnet system whereas, brokers and sub-brokers can pay for their securities through the two settlement banks – the Siam Commercial Bank PCL, and the Bangkok Bank PCL – chosen by member companies.

In this process, TSD will act as an intermediary of the securities clearing and settlement between the settlement bank A and the settlement bank B, and the custodians through the BOT's Bahtnet system.

Remarks:

  • For general members (Brokers/Sub-brokers): They send/receive the payment to/ from their settlement banks, which will send/receive that payment to/from the TSD through the Bahtnet system. 
  • For associate members (Custodians): They send/receive the payment to/from the TSD through the Bahtnet system.
Settlement : Settlement
  1. To deliver securities, a broker shall maintain valid securities in their securities depository account in any amount sufficient for securities clearing and settlement as indicated in the netting report by 1:30p.m. on the third business day following the trading day (T+3).
  2. To receive securities, the broker whose position is in credit will receive the securities in the amount entitled to them in their securities depository account at 1:30p.m. on T+3, and can withdraw or transfer their securities after 2:15p.m. on that day.
    Reference site: 
    www.tsd.co.th
Settlement : Stock Deposit / Withdrawal

Shares Depository

•          Clients must fill in the shares depository form as prescribed by company

•          Company shall receive for shares depository with the name as specified in the share certificate only or the name of the last transferee, in case of the endorsed of shares transfer to transferee

•          In case of there is no specified the name of transferee or the name in the share certificate is not the same name with transferee, company shall reserve the right for the said shares depository

•          In case of endorsed of shares transfer to the Third party, shall have the signatory of transferor and transferee in proper and shall also provide the related documents for the depository of share certificate as follows

(1)       In case of transferor and transferee are clients of company

•          Copy of transferor and transferee identification card

(2)       In case of transferor and transferee are not clients of company

•          The genuine of identification card together with copy/ the genuine of the Approval letter as released by District Office/ Sub-District

(3)       In case of endorsed of transferor and transferee for many sequences

•          Submitting documents in accordance with (1) or (2) in every sequences as TSD has not yet been approved the registration of the shares depository

 

Shares withdrawal

Investors who are intended to receive the shares certificate from shares depository system, such investors must submit the petition to withdraw the shares via company’s member of shares depository and TSD shall verify the account of company’s member in order to check the sufficiency of such shares, together with proceeding with signatory verification process in approval for the shares withdrawal’s petition of company’s member. After that, TSD shall deduct the amount of shares from the account of company’s member in equal to the amount as submitted the petition and shall inform the shares registrar for printing of shares transfer in the name of investors

 

Shares withdrawal and the release of shares certificate shall indentify the name of client account owner only and is not able to release of shares certificate in the name of other persons

 

The procedure of shares withdrawal:

  1.         Investors or company’s member who are intended to withdraw the shares from TSD, must fill in shares withdrawal form as prescribe by TSD within the period of 8.00 - 14.00 o’clock and will receive the shares certificate after the completion of shares withdrawal process within 30 days
  2.         TSD shall deduct the amount of shares from the account of company’s member on the day of the submission of shares withdrawal

3.        Shares registrar shall release the new shares certificate in the name of the investors as specified  

 

Settlement : Stock Certificate Request / Share Transfer

2.1 Shares transfer in type of Scripless

  • Shares transfer in type of Scripless, company shall proceed in accordance with the client’s order only in the following cases:
  • Shares transfer to him/herself or spouse or legitimate child
  • Shares transfer due to the entering into the agreement of the Stock Borrowing and Lending transaction (SBL)
  • Shares transfer due to the various transactions including with the Port Error into the following accounts in this regard company shall supervise such accounts not to be used as the channels to avoid or facilitate for client with the shares transfer in contravention with this notification
  • Proprietary trading Port
  • Shares depository account for client of intermediaries or other financial institutions as located abroad with receiving certified the standard of supervision from SEC, having with members or shares depositor in type of financial institutions (Custodian Bank)
  • For pledging
  • Court Order, such as, heritage or auction
  • Shares transfer due to Tender offer transaction
  • Shares transfer due to enter into the transaction as approved from SEC and/ or SET
  • Shares transfer as apart from (1) – (7) in accordance with the additional specification from ASCO as receiving approval from SEC

Supporting Documents of shares transfer for (1) as follows

  • In case of shares transfer to spouse, client shall demonstrate the marriage registration certificate 
  • In case of shares transfer to child, client shall demonstrate the birth certification together with marriage registration certificate/ child approval certificate

The procedure of Shares transfer in type of Scripless

  • Client must fill in the form as prescribed by company together with supporting documents for shares transfer
  • Company shall proceed with the verification and consideration process in accordance with such petition
  • Company shall reserve the right to proceed with any proceeding in case it was found the contravention with the rules as prescribe by company

 

2.2 Shares transfer to other brokers

  • Transferor must inform transferee name to transferee broker for acknowledgement
  • Transferor broker and transferee broker must verify if such shares transfer is considered as Third party shares transfer, therefore, transferee broker must proceed in accordance with Third party shares transfer procedure

Operational procedures for shares transfer to other brokers

  1. Client must fill in the form as prescribed by company, together with shares transfer supporting document
  2. Company shall proceed with data verification process and considering to proceed as per client’s petition
  3. In case of company has acknowledged regarding with Third party shares transfer, company shall reserved the right to proceed in accordance with client’s petition, so that, client must proceed in accordance with Third party shares transfer rule

 

2.3 Third party shares transfer

In case of client intends to transfer their shares to the Third party, client must proceed with the following processes:

(1)     Withdrawal and release of shares certificate in the name of client’s account owner, do not allow to release of share transfer in the name of other persons

(2)     Endorsement of shares transfer to transferee

(3)     Shall require to have the signatory of transferor and transferee in proper

(4)     In case of endorsed Third party shares transfer, shall require to have the signatory of transferor and transferee in proper and also demonstrating of supporting documents for depository of shares certificate with the following processes:

(4.1) In case of transferor and transferee are clients of company

  • Copy of transferor and transferee’s identification card

(4.2)  In case of transferor and transferee are not clients of company

  • The genuine of identification card with copy/ the genuine of approval letter as released by district office/ sub-district

(4.3)        In case of endorsed of transferor and transferee in many sequences

  • Submitting the documents of (1) or (2) in every sequences as TSD has not yet been approved for the registration of shares transfer

 

Cash Deposit

***Changing of deposit cash channel to Company, effective on 1 April 2016 (Click here for detail)

 

  • Funding your account
    In order to start trading, please deposit cash to a Maybank Kim Eng Bank Account (see list below) 

    Bank

    Branch

    Acc. type

    Account no.

    Account Name: 
    Maybank Kim Eng Securities (Thailand) Public Company Limited.

    Siam Commercial Bank PCL

    Wireless Road

    C/A

    049-3-11995-5

    Bangkok Bank PCL

    Head Office

    C/A

    101-3-29028-1

    United Overseas Bank (Thai) PCL. [UOBT]

    Amarin Plaza branch

    C/A

    704-3035-84-7

    Bank of Ayudhya PCL.

    Ploenchit

    C/A

    285-001125-9

    Krung Thai Bank PCL.

    Surawongse

    C/A

    023-6-05845-2

    The Thai Military Bank PCL

    Ratchaprasong

    C/A

    011-1-06218-8

    Kasikorn Bank PCL

    Silom

    C/A

    001-1-26398-4

    Thanachart Bank PCL

    Tonson

    C/A

    001-3-00051-0

    Thanachart Bank PCL

    Central World Plaza

    C/A

    161-3-01471-1

    CIMB Thai Bank PCL

    Phetchaburi Area Office

    C/A

    80-0019620-4

    TISCO Bank PCL

    Head Office

    Special C/A

    000-1-15400-0-0054

    LH Bank PCL

    Lumpini Bldg Office

    C/A

    889-1-01584-8


    Please choose the most convenient deposit method at your desired bank branch. Be sure to specify the correct Maybank Kim Eng bank account number. For Kasikornbank Pcl., please choose one of the following methods:

    1. Bill payment via ATM.
    2. Bill payment via telephone.
    3. Bill payment via the Internet.
    4. Automatic Transfer System (ATS) service subscription via KBANK ATM.

  • With the reference to the Company's policy, we concern the importance of client's information security in depositing client's pay-in slip to Equity & Derivatives Account. A related operation and settlement officer will update your buy limit of your account. Transfer receipt that you fund your cash balance account or collateral should specify, 

    1. Your Name and Surname 
    2. Equity or Derivatives account number. 

    We strongly suggest our clients sending pay-in slip to inform an operation officer to update your trading limit directly via these following channels;

    Email    :     Some description 
    Line ID  :      Click here 
    Fax       :      Please Click Here to find FAX number of your branch.

    Note: You can email all picture files of pay-in slips except by*.bmp (Bitmap)
  • Overseas Cash Deposit with Special Non-resident Baht Account for Equity Securities: (SNS)

    Bank

    Branch

    Acc. type

    Account no.

    Swift code

    Account Name: 
    Maybank Kim Eng Securities (Thailand) Public Company Limited

    HSBC Bank

    -

    Saving

    001-2-38757-980

    HSBCTHBK

    Standard Chartered Bank Ltd

    Head Office

    C/A

    001-0078788-6

    SCBLTHBX

    ** Note: International Cash Deposit, please specify SWIFT CODE

    - For upcountry areas, click here.
    - Please fax the pay-in slip enclosed with this
     Cash deposit form.
    - Or deposit your stock holdings to Maybank Kim Eng Securities (Thailand) Plc. Broker no. 42 by filling in the
     securities receipt form, and then sending it to your marketing officer.

    **Note: For investors mailing documents, a one-time 30 Baht stamp duty will be deducted when your account is opened.

Cash Withdrawal

Step 1: Once logged in to IIIS, go to "Download". Click to download "Withdrawal Slip".

Step 2: Fill in the form and then fax it to your sale or our customer representatives in the e-Commerce Dept. for Internet Trading clients at (66) 2658-6374. 

Step 3:
 We will confirm the fund transfer via email.

 

e-Banking service

How to use Internet banking service:

Step 1: Prior to using this service, clients are required to apply for the service at your bank to obtain the assigned pass code.

Step 2:
 Log in to our system from our home page.

Step 3:
 Go to "Main".

Step 4:
 Go to "e-Banking" and then choose an option that you would like to deposit the cash for. 

 

Cash up-front
Maybank Kim Eng is pleased to offer clients our Internet Banking Services in conjunction with the following banks:-

Internet Banking Service

Web site

Siam Commercial Bank PLC.

www.scbeasy.com

United Overseas Bank (Thai) PCL.

www.uob.co.th

Bank of Ayudhya PLC.

www.krungsrionline.com

Bangkok Bank PLC.

www.bangkokbank.com

Kasikorn Bank PLC.

www.kasikornbank.com

Krung Thai Bank PLC.

www.ktb.co.th

Note:

  • We require your username and password to verify the existing at bank however, you could request the Internet Banking service, which you have a bank account with them.
  • Bangkok Bank requires you to sign an ATS form between Maybank Kim Eng and Bangkok Bank instead of using the username and password through our Maybank Kim Eng web site. Click here to download the form.
  • For other Internet Banking services that are not listed above, please email or fax us the fund transfer slip for our reference.

Due payment
Apart from transferring the up-front deposit, cash account clients may use the Internet Banking Service to facilitate the settlement of purchase proceeds on T+3. Simply click "Due Payment" and follow the above instructions in the same manner as "Cash Up-front".

Step 5: Read "Terms and Conditions" then click "OK".

Step 6: Choose "Internet banking service".

Step 7: Enter the amount you would like to transfer. Click "Next".

Step 8: Confirm your username and password authorized by your bank and then wait for transfer confirmation.

Share Conversion

Please note that foreign shares of some stocks might not be available due to the lack of liquidity. Clients have the option to buy local shares and later inform the company to convert them to foreign shares. Conversion can be processed only when there is room available on the foreign board.

Depending on liquidity, clients holding foreign shares have the option to sell in the local board, after such shares are converted from foreign to local.

Share Conversion Requests will be processed only if the shares have been settled (clean stocks). Any share conversions  will take one working day after the receipt of your requisition. The conversion fee is 50 Baht per application for each listed company.

For more information on share conversion, please contact our Client Service Center at clientservice@maybank-ke.co.th or tel. (66) 2658-5050.

Commission Fee

Commission Charge

  1. Commission fee of Equity Trade (SET)

    For Securities trading: Securities trading fee will be reduced from 0.0018 percent to 0.001 percent as be part of the fee of SEC, effective date 1 Jan. 2017 onwards, with following details,

    Securities trading value in SET

    Rating fee as SEC has imposed from members

    (Percent)

    From 1 Baht

    0.001

    Remark: Rating fee in which members shall pay to SEC with minimum 100,000 Baht and with maximum not excess 10,000,000 Baht


    • Commission fee of Equity Trades (SET) From 1st Jan 2017 onwards
      1. Retail clients:

        Sliding Scale no.

        Trading Value (X) per day

        (Unit : Baht)

        Sales Representative channel

        Internet Trading channel

        Cash Account

        Cash Balance A/C or Credit Balance A/C

        1

        X <= 5 Million Baht

         

         

         

        Brokerage Fee rate

        0.250%

        0.200%

        0.150%

        Levy Fee to the SET

        0.0050%

        0.0050%

        0.0050%

        Clearing Fee to the TSD

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        Regulatory Fee

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        Total charge

        0.2570%

        0.2070%

        0.1570%

        2

        5 Million Baht < X <= 10 Million Baht

         

         

         

        Brokerage Fee rate

        0.220%

        0.180%

        0.130%

        Levy Fee to the SET

        0.005%

        0.005%

        0.005%

        Clearing Fee to the TSD

        0.001%

        0.001%

        0.001%

        Regulatory Fee

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        Total charge

        0.2270%

        0.1870%

        0.1370%

        3

        10 Million Baht < X <= 20 Million Baht

         

         

         

        Brokerage Fee rate

        0.180%

        0.150%

        0.110%

        Levy Fee to the SET

        0.005%

        0.005%

        0.005%

        Clearing Fee to the TSD

        0.001%

        0.001%

        0.001%

        Regulatory Fee

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        Total charge

        0.1870%

        0.1570%

        0.1170%

        4

        X > 20 Million Baht

         

         

         

        Brokerage Fee rate

        0.150%

        0.120%

        0.100%

        Levy Fee to the SET

        0.005%

        0.005%

        0.005%

        Clearing Fee to the TSD

        0.001%

        0.001%

        0.001%

        Regulatory Fee

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        0.0010%

        Total charge

        0.1570%

        0.1270%

        0.1070%

        Minimum Brokerage fee rate per day

        From 1st April 2010 onwards

        50 Baht/day **

        * For Cash account type only (Initial code 1), both Sales Representatives and Internet channels collect Minimum Brokerage fee charge 50 Baht per day whereas, such fee is excluding from Levy Fee to the SET,Clearing Fee to the TSD.Regulartory Fee and VAT.

        From 1 April 2010 onwards, all account types and both Sales Representatives and Internet channels collect a Minimum Brokerage fee charge 50 Baht per day whereas, such fee is excluding from Levy Fee to the SET,Clearing Fee to the TSD.Regulartory Fee and VAT.


      2. Institutional clients:

        Are subject to a 0.20% charge on the Sales Representative channel plus 7% VAT and 0.12% for Internet Trading plus 7% VAT.

        Remark:

        ETF Funds and Property Funds fees have been changed from 0.10% to follow the sliding scale above. These include:

        THAIDEX SET50 ETF (TDEX)

        THAIDEX FTSE SET LARGE CAP ETF (TFTSE)

        MTRACK ENERGY ETF (ENGY)

        PROPERTY FUND


  2. Commission Fee of Derivatives Trade (TFEX)

    For Derivatives trading:  Derivatives trading fee will be increased from the previous rate as be part of the fee of SEC, effective date 1 Jan. 2017 onwards, with following details,

    Products

     Rating fee from SEC (Baht/ Contract) (Excluding VAT)

    SET50 Index Futures

    SET50 Index Options

    Gold Futures

    Interest Rate Futures

    USD Futures

    Sector Index Futures

    0.1 Baht

    Single Stock Futures (SSF)

    0.01 Baht For SSFwith price not exceeding 100 Baht

    0.1 BahtFor SSFwith price exceeding 100 Baht

    Rubber Futures

    -

     



    - Commission Fee of SET50 Index Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    Example : The commission scheme “1st Contract Structure”

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-25

    87 Baht per contract

    26-100

    67 Baht per contract

    101-500

    47 Baht per contract

    501 or more

    37 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1-25

    79 Baht per contract

    26-100

    61 Baht per contract

    101-500

    43 Baht per contract

    501 or more

    34 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    37 Baht per contract


    Commission Fee of Interest Rate Futures
    TGB5 Futures (5 Year Government Bond Futures)

    No. of contracts (per day)

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Individual and Institutional: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    Starting from 1st contract

    60 Baht
    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    Starting from 1st contract

    55 Baht


    BB3 Futures (3M BIBOR Futures)
    No. of contracts (per day)

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Individual and Institutional: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    Starting from 1st contract

    120 Baht
    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    Starting from 1st contract

    110 Baht

    Note:* From 5th June 2012 onwards, the derivatives account for every trading channel through both Sales Representatives and Internet channels has a minimum commission charge for brokerage fees of 50 Baht per the settlement cycle. The settlement cycle includes the trade from the night session of day T-1 and the trade from the morning session of day T and the afternoon session of day T. The minimum commission charge for brokerage fees does not include the fee payable to Thailand Futures Exchange and Thailand Clearing House.


    Commission Fee of ENERG Index Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-25

    100 Baht per contract

    26-100

    80 Baht per contract

    101-500

    60 Baht per contract

    501 Contracts or more

    50 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1-25

    91 Baht per contract

    26-100

    73 Baht per contract

    101-500

    55 Baht per contract

    501 Contracts or more

    46 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    50 Baht per contract



    Commission Fee of BANK Index Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-10

    200 Baht per contract

    11-40

    160 Baht per contract

    41-200

    120 Baht per contract

    201 Contracts or more

    100 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1-10

    182 Baht per contract

    11-40

    146 Baht per contract

    41-200

    110 Baht per contract

    201 Contracts or more

    92 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    100 Baht per contract



    - Commission Fee of ICT Index Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-50

    50 Baht per contract

    51-200

    40 Baht per contract

    201-1,000

    30 Baht per contract

    1,001 Contracts or more

    25 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1-50

    45.50 Baht per contract

    51-200

    36.50 Baht per contract

    201-1,000

    27.50 Baht per contract

    1,001 Contracts or more

    23 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    25 Baht per contract




    Commission Fee of COMM Index Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-25

    100 Baht per contract

    26-100

    80 Baht per contract

    101-500

    60 Baht per contract

    501 Contracts or more

    50 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1-25

    91 Baht per contract

    26-100

    73 Baht per contract

    101-500

    55 Baht per contract

    501 Contracts or more

    46 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    50 Baht per contract



    Commission Fee of FOOD Index Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-50

    50 Baht per contract

    51-200

    40 Baht per contract

    201-1,000

    30 Baht per contract

    1,001 Contracts or more

    25 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1-50

    45.50 Baht per contract

    51-200

    36.50 Baht per contract

    201-1,000

    27.50 Baht per contract

    1,001 Contracts or more

    23 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    25 Baht per contract



    Commission Fee of USD Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    Since the first contract traded

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)
    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers
    1-2,000 Contracts 11 Baht per contract

    2,001 Contracts or more

    8 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1-2,000 Contracts

    10 Baht per contract

    2,001 Contracts or more

    7.3 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional: Orders sent through the marketing officers
    Since the first contract traded 8 Baht per contract
    3. Institutional: Orders sent through the internet
    Since the first contract traded 8 Baht per contract


    Commission Fee of 50 Baht Gold Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1 - 5

    485 Baht per contract

    6-20

    385 Baht per contract

    21 or 50

    285 Baht per contract

    51 or more

    235 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1 - 5

    440 Baht per contract

    6-20

    350 Baht per contract

    21 or 50

    260 Baht per contract

    51 or more

    215 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    235 Baht per contract



    Commission Fee of 10 Baht Gold Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-25

    97 Baht per contract

    26-100

    77 Baht per contract

    101 - 250

    57 Baht per contract

    251 or more

    47 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1-25

    88 Baht per contract

    26-100

    70 Baht per contract

    101 - 250

    52 Baht per contract

    251 or more

    43 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    47 Baht per contract



    Commission Fee of of Silver Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-25

    95 Baht per contract

    26-100

    75 Baht per contract

    101 - 250

    55 Baht per contract

    251 or more

    45 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1- 25

    86 Baht per contract

    26-100

    68 Baht per contract

    101 - 250

    50 Baht per contract

    251 or more

    41 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    45 Baht per contract



    Commission Fee of Oil Futures (1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-25

    110 Baht per contract

    26-100

    90 Baht per contract

    101 or more

    70 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1- 25

    101 Baht per contract

    26-100

    83 Baht per contract

    101 or more

    65 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    70 Baht per contract


    Commission Fee of Single Stock Futures

    Commission Fee per Contract

    Brokerage Fee + TFEX & TCH Fee 
    (Not include 7% VAT)

    1. Retail and Institutional: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    Commission Fee per Contract

    (0.1% * Futures Price * Contract Size) + (TFEX & TCH Fee)

    2. Retail and Institutional: Orders sent through the internet

    Commission Fee per Contract

    (0.09% * Futures Price * Contract Size) + (TFEX & TCH Fee)



    In cases where the average Single Stock Futures price for last month was over 100.00 baht

    Period

    TFEX & TCH Fee

    1st January 2011 onwards

    5.00 Baht



    In cases where the average Single Stock Futures price for last month was below or equal to 100.00 baht

    Period

    TFEX & TCH Fees

    1st January 2011 onwards

    0.50 Baht



    Commission Fee of SET50 Index Options(1st Contract Structure) for each customer type and order channel:*

    No. of contracts

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Retail: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    1-25

    85 Baht per contract

    26-100

    65 Baht per contract

    101 - 500

    45 Baht per contract

    501 or more

    35 Baht per contract

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    1- 25

    77 Baht per contract

    26-100

    59 Baht per contract

    101 -500

    41 Baht per contract

    501 or more

    32 Baht per contract

    3. Institutional 

    Starting from 1st contract

    35 Baht per contract

    Remark: * Include the TFEX and TCH Fee.


    Commission Fee of Interest Rate Futures
    TGB5 Futures (5 Year Government Bond Futures)

    No. of contracts (per day)

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Individual and Institutional: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    Starting from 1st contract

    60 Baht

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    Starting from 1st contract

    55 Baht



    - TBF6 Futures (6M THBFIX Futures)

    No. of contracts (per day)

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Individual and Institutional: Orders sent through the marketing officers

    Starting from 1st contract

    120 Baht

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet

    Starting from 1st contract

    110 Baht



    BB3 Futures (3M BIBOR Futures)

    No. of contracts (per day)

    Commission Fee (Excluding VAT)

    1. Individual and Institutional: Orders sent through the marketing officersl

    Starting from 1st contract

    120 Baht

    2. Retail: Orders sent through the internet 

    Starting from 1st contract

    110 Baht

    Note:* From 5th June 2012 onwards, the derivatives account for every trading channel through both Sales Representative and Internet channels has a minimum commission charge for brokerage fee of 50 Baht per the settlement cycle. The settlement cycle includes the trade from the night session of day T-1 and the trade from the morning session of day T and the afternoon session of day T. The minimum commission charge for brokerage fee does not include the fee payable to Thailand Futures Exchange and Thailand Clearing House.


  3. Margin Requirements of Derivatives Trade - Retail
    Margin Requirement of SET50 Index Futures, 50 Baht Gold Futures 10 Baht Gold Futures and SILVER Futures

    Product

    Outright

    Spread

    IM
    (Baht)

    MM
    (Baht)

    FC
    (Baht)

    IM
    (Baht)

    MM
    (Baht)

    FC
    (Baht)

    SET50 Index Futures

    11,400

    7,980

    3,420

    2,850

    1,995

    855

    ENERG Futures

    7,600

    5,320

    2,280

    1,900

    1,330

    570

    BANK Futures

    24,510

    17,157

    7,353

    6,127.50

    4,289.25

    1,838.25

    ICT Futures

    10,260

    7,182

    3,078

    2,565

    1,795.50

    769.50

    COMM Futures

    10,830

    7,581

    3,249

    2,707.50

    1,895.25

    812.25

    FOOD Futures

    4,370

    3,059

    1,311

    1,092.50

    764.75

    327.75

    USD Futures

    494

    345.80

    148.20

    123.50

    86.45

    37.05

    50 Baht Gold Futures

    41,800

    29,260

    12,540

    10,450

    7,315

    3,135

    10 Baht Gold Futures

    8,360

    5,852

    2,508

    2,090

    1,463

    627

    SILVER Futures

    4,940

    3,458

    1,482

    1,235

    864.50

    370.50

    OIL Futures

    12,350

    8,645

    3,705

    3,087.50

    2,161.25

    926.25

    Remark: If the client holds any SET50 Index Options in the portfolio, the margin requirement result will depend upon the Portfolio margining system. If the client holds only Long Options position, the margin requirement will be 0 baht.


    Margin Requirements of Single Stock Futures

    Single Stock Futures

    Outright

    Spread

    IM
    (Baht)

    MM
    (Baht)

    FC
    (Baht)

    IM
    (Baht)

    MM
    (Baht)

    FC
    (Baht)

    Banking Sector

    BAY Futures

    3,420

    2,394

    1,026

    855

    598.50

    256.50

    BBL Futures

    10,450

    7,315

    3,135

    2,612.50

    1,828.75

    783.75

    KBANK Futures

    9,500

    6,650

    2,850

    2,375

    1,662.50

    712.50

    KKPX Futures (M14X)

    2,850

    1,995

    855

    712.50

    498.75

    213.75

    KKP Futures (U14 onwards)

    2,850

    1,995

    855

    712.50

    498.75

    213.75

    KTB Futures

    1,140

    798

    342

    285

    199.50

    85.50

    SCB Futures

    10,830

    7,581

    3,249

    2,707.50

    1,895.25

    812.25

    TCAP Futures

    2,660

    1,862

    798

    665

    465.50

    199.50

    TMB Futures

    190

    133

    57

    47.50

    33.25

    14.25

    Energy Sector

    BANPUX Futures (M14X)

    19,000

    13,300

    5,700

    4,750

    3,325

    1,425

    BANPU Futures (U14 onwards)

    1,900

    1,330

    570

    475

    332.50

    142.50

    BCP Futures

    2,850

    1,995

    855

    712.50

    498.75

    213.75

    PTT Futures

    14,820

    10,374

    4,446

    3,705

    2,593.50

    1,111.50

    PTTEP Futures

    6,650

    4,655

    1,995

    1,662.50

    1,163.75

    498.75

    IRPC Futures

    228

    159.60

    68.40

    57

    39.90

    17.10

    TOP Futures

    3,800

    2,660

    1,140

    950

    665

    285

    RATCH Futures

    2,850

    1,995

    855

    712.50

    498.75

    213.75

    Information & Communication Technology Sector

    ADVANC Futures

    13,300

    9,310

    3,990

    3,325

    2,327.50

    997.50

    DTAC Futures

    9,500

    6,650

    2,850

    2,375

    1,662.50

    712.50

    INTUCH Futures

    3,990

    2,793

    1,197

    997.50

    698.25

    299.25

    JAS Futures

    760

    532

    228

    190

    133

    57

    THCOM Futures

    2,660

    1,862

    798

    665

    465.50

    199.50

    TRUE Futures

    570

    399

    171

    142.50

    99.75

    42.75

    Property Development Sector

    AMATA Futures

    1,520

    1,064

    456

    380

    266

    114

    BLAND Futures

    152

    106.40

    45.60

    38

    26.60

    11.40

    CK Futures

    1,520

    1,064

    456

    380

    266

    114

    CPN Futures

    4,370

    3,059

    1,311

    1,092.50

    764.75

    327.75

    LH Futures

    1,520

    1,064

    456

    380

    266

    114

    ITDX Futures (M14X)

    476.90

    333.83

    143.07

    119.70

    83.79

    35.91

    ITD Futures (U14 onwards)

    456

    319.20

    136.80

    114

    79.80

    34.20

    PS Futures

    2,660

    1,862

    798

    665

    465.50

    199.50

    QH Futures

    190

    133

    57

    47.50

    33.25

    14.25

    SIRI Futures

    190

    133

    57

    47.50

    33.25

    14.25

    STEC Futures

    2,090

    1,463

    627

    522.50

    365.75

    156.75

    AP Futures

    380

    266

    114

    95

    66.50

    28.50

    HEMRAJ Futures

    760

    532

    228

    190

    133

    57

    LPN Futures

    1,710

    1,197

    513

    427.50

    299.25

    128.25

    SPALI Futures

    1,330

    931

    399

    332.50

    232.75

    99.75

    Transportation & Logistics Sector

    AAV Futures

    380

    266

    114

    95

    66.50

    28.50

    AOT Futures

    15,390

    10,773

    4,617

    3,847.50

    2,693.25

    1,154.25

    BTS Futures

    570

    399

    171

    142.50

    99.75

    42.75

    THAI Futures

    1,520

    1,064

    456

    380

    266

    114

    TTAX Futures (M14X, U14X and Z14X)

    2,504.20

    1,752.94

    751.26

    625.10

    437.57

    187.53

    TTA Futures (H15 onwards)

    2,394

    1,675.80

    718.20

    598.50

    418.95

    179.55

    BECL Futures

    1,710

    1,197

    513

    427.50

    299.25

    128.25

    Food and Beverage Sector

    CPF Futures

    2,280

    1,596

    684

    570

    399

    171

    TUF Futures

    4,370

    3,059

    1,311

    1,092.50

    764.75

    327.75

    MINT Futures

    1,900

    1,330

    570

    475

    332.50

    142.50

    TVO Futures

    1,520

    1,064

    456

    380

    266

    114

    Commerce Sector

    BJC Futures

    3,420

    2,394

    1,026

    855

    598.50

    256.50

    CPALL Futures

    2,850

    1,995

    855

    712.50

    498.75

    213.75

    HMPROY Futures (M14Y and U14Y)

    811.30

    567.91

    243.39

    203.30

    142.31

    60.99

    HMPROX Futures (Z14X and H15X)

    695.40

    486.78

    208.62

    172.90

    121.03

    51.87

    HMPRO Futures (M15 onwards)

    608

    425.60

    182.40

    152

    106.40

    45.60

    ROBINS

    5,700

    3,990

    1,710

    1,425

    997.50

    427.50

    Miscellaneous Sectors

    ฺBCH Futures

    760

    532

    228

    190

    133

    57

    BGHX Futures (M14X, U14X, Z14X and H15X)

    8,550

    5,985

    2,565

    2,147

    1,502.90

    644.10

    BGH Futures (M15X onwards)

    855

    598.50

    256.50

    214.70

    150.29

    64.41

    BH Futures

    6,460

    4,522

    1,938

    1,615

    1,130.50

    484.50

    CENTEL Futures

    4,750

    3,325

    1,425

    1,187.50

    831.25

    356.25

    IVL Futures

    2,090

    1,463

    627

    522.50

    365.75

    156.75

    MAJOR Futures

    1,330

    931

    399

    332.50

    232.75

    99.75

    PTTGC Futures

    5,700

    3,990

    1,710

    1,425

    997.50

    427.50

    PTTGC Futures

    4,180

    2,926

    1,254

    1,045

    731.50

    313.50

    SCC Futures

    18,620

    13,034

    5,586

    4,655

    3,258.50

    1,396.50

    STA Futures

    1,520

    1,064

    456

    380

    266

    114

    TPIPL Futures

    760

    532

    228

    190

    133

    57



    Margin Requirement of Interest rate Futures

    Single Stock Futures

    Outright

    Spread

    IM
    (Baht)

    MM
    (Baht)

    FC
    (Baht)

    IM
    (Baht)

    MM
    (Baht)

    FC
    (Baht)

    TGB5 Futures (5 Year Government Bond Futures)

    7,980

    5,586

    2,394

    1,995

    1,396.50

    598.50

    BB3 Futures (3M BIBOR Futures)

    1,900

    1,330

    570

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    Remark :
    IM = Initial Margin
     
    MM = Maintenance Margin
    FC = Force Close Level
    * Margin Requirement per 1 Pair of Spread (if any) = 25% of Margin Requirement per 1 Outright except Single Stock Futures which has Corporate Action(s).



  4. Credit Line Calculations of Derivatives Trade (TFEX)
    SET50 Index Futures, 50 Baht Gold Futures , 10 Baht Gold Futures,SILVER Futures and OIL Futures Credit Line Calculations

    Credit Line Calculation

    Credit Line used per 1 Outright Contract or 1 pair of Spread 
    (if not trading through SETTRADE system)

    Credit Line used per 1 Outright Contract or 1 pair of Spread 
    (if trading through SETTRADE system)

    SET50 Index Futures

    50,000

    57,000

    ENERG Futures

    8,000

    7,600

    BANK Futures

    20,000

    24,510

    ICT Futures

    10,000

    10,260

    COMM Futures

    10,000

    10,830

    FOOD Futures

    4,000

    4,370

    USD Futures

    500

    494

    50 Baht Gold Futures

    40,000

    41,800

    10 Baht Gold Futures

    8,000

    8,360

    SILVER Futures

    5,000

    4,940

    OIL Futures

    10,000

    12,350

    Remark : No credit line will be deducted for the long position on SET50 Index Options. For the short position on SET50 Index Options, the credit line used will be 10,000 Baht per contract if not trading through SETTRADE system and will be 11,400 Baht per contract if trading through SETTRADE system.


    Single Stock Futures Credit Line Calculation

    Single Stock Futures

    Credit Line used per 1 Outright Contract or 1 pair of Spread 
    (if not trading through SETTRADE system)

    Credit Line used per 1 Outright Contract or 1 pair of Spread 
    (if trading through SETTRADE system)

    BGHX Futures

    9,000

    8,550

    BGH Futures

    9,000

    855

    BH Futures

    6,000

    6,460

    BCH Futures

    400

    760

    BLA Futures

    5,000

    5,320

    CENTEL Futures

    5,000

    4,750

    BAY Futures

    3,000

    3,420

    BBL Futures

    10,000

    10,450

    KBANK Futures

    10,000

    9,500

    KKPX Futures

    3,000

    2,850

    KKP Futures

    3,000

    2,850

    KTB Futures

    1,000

    1,140

    SCB Futures

    11,000

    10,830

    TCAP Futures

    3,000

    2,660

    TMB Futures

    200

    190

    SCC Futures

    19,000

    18,620

    TPIPL Futures

    800

    760

    BANPUX Futures

    19,000

    19,000

    BANPU Futures

    19,000

    1,900

    BCP Futures

    3,000

    2,850

    PTT Futures

    15,000

    14,820

    PTTEP Futures

    7,000

    6,650

    IRPC Futures

    200

    228

    TOP Futures

    4,000

    3,800

    RATCH Futures

    3,000

    2,850

    ADVANC Futures

    13,000

    13,300

    DTAC Futures

    10,000

    9,500

    INTUCH Futures

    4,000

    3,990

    JAS Futures

    800

    760

    THCOM Futures

    3,000

    2,660

    TRUE Futures

    600

    570

    AMATA Futures

    2,000

    1,520

    BLAND Futures

    200

    152

    CK Futures

    2,000

    1,520

    CPN Futures

    4,000

    4,370

    LH Futures

    2,000

    1,520

    ITDX Futures

    500

    476.9

    ITD Futures

    500

    456

    PS Futures

    3,000

    2,660

    QH Futures

    200

    190

    SIRI Futures

    200

    190

    STEC Futures

    2,000

    2,090

    AP Futures

    400

    380

    HEMRAJ Futures

    800

    760

    LPN Futures

    2,000

    1,710

    SPALI Futures

    1,000

    1,330

    AAV Futures

    400

    380

    AOT Futures

    15,000

    15,390

    BTS Futures

    600

    570

    THAI Futures

    2,000

    1,520

    TTAX Futures

    3,000

    2,504.2

    TTA Futures

    3,000

    2,394

    BECL Futures

    2,000

    1,710

    CPF Futures

    2,000

    2,280

    TUF Futures

    4,000

    4,370

    MINT Futures

    2,000

    1,900

    TVO Futures

    2,000

    1,520

    IVL Futures

    2,000

    2,090

    PTTGC Futures

    4,000

    4,180

    BJC Futures

    3,000

    3,420

    CPALL Futures

    3,000

    2,850

    HMPROY Futures

    800

    811.3

    HMPROX Futures

    800

    695.4

    HMPRO Futures

    800

    608

    ROBINS Futures

    6,000

    5,700

    MAJOR Futures

    1,000

    1,330

    STA Futures

    2,000

    1,520



    Interest Rate Futures Credit Line Calculation

    Single Stock Futures

    Credit Line used per 1 Outright Contract or 1 pair of Spread (if not trading through SETTRADE system)

    Credit Line used per 1 Outright Contract or 1 pair of Spread (which applied on TGB5 only)
    (if trading through SETTRADE system)

    TGB5 Futures (5 Year Government Bond

    8,000

    7,980

    BB3 Futures (3M BIBOR Futures) 

    2,000

    1,900


Interest Rate
Type of Account
Interest Rate (%)
Effective date
Deposit Interest (Credit Balance, 
Cash Balance, Internet Account)
1.20 per year

4th October 2016

Margin Loan Interest (Credit Balance A/C)
5.15 per year

24th May 2017

Derivatives A/C 
- Interest rate for margin deposit
1.20 per year

4th October 2016

Overdue payment charge for retail clients
9.25 %
8th April 2016

 

 *For any debtor  who is  in dispute with the Company arising from the debtor’s default, the Company reserves the right to determine the interest at the rate as prescribed by law and within the scope of the court order, whichever the case may be. However, such interest rate shall not exceed 24 per cent per annum according to the announcement of the Company.

e-Dividend Service

Dividend/Interest Payment to Bank Account(e-Dividend Service)
The e-Dividend service is the service where the dividend / interest payment is made to a bank account to facilitate the securities holders in receiving dividend / interest from securities issuers. Formerly, the dividend / interest payments are made to securities holders by cheques. With the e-Dividend service, this could facilitate more convenience for securities holders.


Benefits of the e-Dividend Service to Securities Holders

  • Receive the dividend/ interest payments on the due date via the money transfer.
  • Do not have to worry about delayed or lost cheques during handling. 
  • Receive dividend/ interest payment via bank accounts even in the case of relocation without notifying the registrar. Customers have no difficulty or do not have to wait for a returned mail to be forwarded. 
  • Do not have to go through the hassle of cashing in cheques at the bank.
  • Securities holders located in provinces can save on bank fees in bill for collections and they will receive the dividend/ interest payments immediately on the paid date, while in the case of cheques it will take 5-7 days.
  • Securities holders will receive  notification letters regarding the dividend/ interest payments to bank accounts, including the withholding of tax documents which will be mailed.

 

The e-Dividend Application Process
Securities holders can submit request forms for dividend/ interest payments to bank accounts, and specified supplement documents to the TSD. In the case of scripless holding, securities holders can submit their forms via securities companies that serve them.  A registrar will deposit the dividend/ interest into requestors’ bank accounts upon successful application by the securities issuer.

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** Reference site: www.tsd.co.th

Tax

Taxation
Individual investors, including foreign individual investors, are exempt from taxation on capital gains from SET securities trading. However, foreign investors are subject to certain forms of taxation. Please see detailed information in here.

FIFO & Avg. Cost
  1. The calculation of Investment cost (FIFO) & Average cost
    1. FIFO: First-In First-Out
      Have you ever known how we calculate your investment cost? And how much is your profit and loss? The cost is not arising from the average cost shown in your portfolio. Such cost simply shows your current value and estimates the profit and loss at a certain time. The accumulated buying and selling will inadvertently impact the change of average cost.

      FIFO, which stands for First-In First-out, has been used to calculate the investment cost. Learn how this is calculated from our example below :-

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    2. (Average Cost)

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      Note
      - The unrealized Profit / Loss shown on the screen will be calculated.

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      Note
      -
      The example of calculation above is excluding the commission charge at 0.1578 % with the minimum charge at Bt 50 per day and VAT 7% on top of the commission charge.

  2. The calculation of VAT (Value Added Tax)
    - Commission charge

    Internet trading: 0.1578% with the minimum charge at 50 Baht per day 
    Broker assisted: 0.2578% with the minimum charge at 50 Baht per day 

    The following is an example of how we apply the commission charge:

    Example:
    Trading value is 50,000 Baht
    The commission charge 50,000 X 0.1578 % = 78.9 Baht
     
    VAT 7% 78.9 X 7% = 5.523 Baht
    The total commission incl. VAT 7% 78.9 + 5.523 = 84.423 Baht

    The minimum commission rate  of 50 Baht per day is applicable when the total commission charge on the same day is less than 50 Baht. The system will charge you 50 Baht for all orders made  on that day. In other words, if you trade stocks online with a transaction value of less than 31,685.67 Baht (please see example below), you will be charged 50 Baht for all transactions on such day.

    Example: 
    If you pay 0.1578 Baht for 100 Baht trade
    If you pay 50 Baht for how much?
     
    (100 / 0.1578 ) X 50 = 31,685.67 Baht

     

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