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Stcoks Press Release : 28 Mar 2016

SCB stands ready to support foreign investment in Thailand and solidify its market leadership in Chinese inbound business by leading a flagship project finance transaction for Trina Solar - number 1 solar panel producer in the world. Stcoks—28 Mar 16

Siam Commercial Bank ("SCB") understands that increasing outbound investment from China has a significant impact on Thailand and the global economy. As a market leader, the Bank has and will continue to lead in promoting the investment climate and

Private hospitals see 15% drop in patients due to prolonged sluggish KBank launches Cycle of Care to ease burden of hospital bills Stcoks—28 Mar 16

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KASIKORNBANK encourages Thais to stay healthy by introducing a credit-card campaign offering various privileges, e.g., 30-percent discount on patient room rates, one-fee health checkup, and zero-percent interest for up to 10 months on packages at participating hospitals. The initiative is expected to stimulate credit card spending for healthcare and medical treatments by 15 percent to 24 billion Baht.

Ms. Sudrutai Thongsong, KASIKORNBANK Credit Card and Debit Card Product Management and Marketing Department Head, said the prolonged sluggishness in the economy has prompted Thais to be cautious in spending on basic needs like healthcare, particularly for visits to private hospitals. Middle-income segment consumers have increasingly opted to visit state hospitals, utilize social security benefits, or purchase medicine from pharmacists directly. As a result, visits to private hospitals by Thai consumers dropped 15 percent over the past year.

Given this, KASIKORNBANK and leading hospitals across the country launched the "Cycle of Care 2016: Good Health for All with K-Credit Card and K-Debit Card" campaign to help ease the burden of healthcare costs and enable Thais to receive quality medical treatment at Thailand's leading hospitals. Holders of K-Credit and K-Debit Cards will receive special privileges when paying b

Japan Housing Finance Agency#s 139.0 Billion Series 107 Structured Issuance Assigned #AAA (sf)# Stcoks—28 Mar 16

TOKYO (Standard & Poor's) March 28, 2016--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services today said it has assigned its 'AAA (sf)' rating to Japan Housing Finance Agency's (JHF) ¥139.0 billion series 107 fixed-rate residential mortgage-secured

Photo Release: KBank launches Cycle of Care to ease hospital bill burden Stcoks—28 Mar 16

Ms. Sudrutai Thongsong, KASIKORNBANK Credit Card and Debit Card Product Management and Marketing Department Head, launched the campaign "Cycle of Care 2016: Good Health for All with K-Credit Card and K-Debit Card" to offer cardholders discounts of up to

Bangkok Bank and Wat Phra Rama 9 Karnchanapisek host Summer Novice Ordination Program in tribute to Stcoks—28 Mar 16

Bangkok Bank is helping arrange the ordination of 90 novice monks to mark two auspicious occasions in 2016: the 70th Anniversary Celebrations of His Majesty the King's Accession to the Throne on June 9 and the 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary of Her

Qilin World Capital Ltd Share Finance Facility Available in Indonesia Stcoks—28 Mar 16

-Qilin World Capital Ltd Announces the Expanded Availability of Its Non-Recourse Share Finance Product in Indonesia; The Asian Based Lending Group Brings Its Customized Securities Based Lending Solutions to the Corporate Shareholders of Indonesia Today

Asia Plantation Capital Berhad Opens Regional Headquarters in Kuala Stcoks—28 Mar 16

The Plantation Capital Group and Asia Plantation Capital are on the move. A month after the Group's strategic relocation to its global headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, Asia Plantation Capital has decided to reposition its regional HQ to Kuala Lumpur,

World Bank approves US$100 million in financing to create 100,000 jobs for Jordanians, Syrian Stcoks—28 Mar 16

AMMAN, March 27, 2016 – Aiming to create 100,000 new jobs for Jordanians and Syrian refugees in the next five years, the World Bank's Board of Directors has agreed to offer Jordan US$100 million in financing at rates usually reserved for the