Aira Capital, a holding company for financial businesses, expects to raise its asset size to 25 billion baht within five years to become a top-five non-bank financial institution by acquiring related businesses.
The company plans to raise asset size over that time from 5 billion baht after offering a full array financial services by acquiring non-bank financial services such as consumer finance, leasing and insurance businesses.
Chief executive Nalinee Ngamsettamas said its core income comes from securities business, followed by its MAI-listed sister firm Aira Factoring. The goal is to shift the revenue proportion to non-bank financial services.
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