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Lessons from the inside

A long-time member of the Securities and Exchange Commission outlines her own conservative approach to savings and investment

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While officials at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are prohibited from directly trading or investing in stocks, assistant secretary-general Duangmon Chuengsatiansup has chosen to put all of her investment in provident and equity funds as a vote of confidence in the Thai capital market. 

People shop for mutual fund products at a recent fair in Bangkok. A savings culture is increasingly taking hold in Thailand. SOMCHAI POOMLARD

"We are allowed to invest in equities indirectly through equity funds," she said.

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