Ngern Tid Lor ignites inspiration, provoking Thai people out of poverty crisis
published : 3 Dec 2020 at 15:30
Ngern Tid Lor led by Piyasak Ukritnukun, Managing Director announced the orgnisation commitment in offering opportunities for under-banked customers and freelancer segments to become financeable by dedicating resources in studying customers’ financial challenges and limits.
“Based on their financial history, Ngern Tid Lor aims to raise their life quality by supporting the translations of the book called “Poor Economics”, the self-improvement book citing motivation, behaviour, and decision making in everyday life. The books written by Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo, the two 2019 Nobel Economists depicts life of lower incomers whose opportunities relied on their financial status, while the middle income or richer groups are able to afford. Another book is called “The Poor and Their Money” portraits the various types of financial tools, lower income use to manage their financial status, including saving and loans. This books is written by Stewart Rutherford and Sukhwinder Arora, world’s acclaimed authors.”
These two books provide essential informative financial content for financial executive management, government agencies, and the public to access the reflection of lower income group with monetary constraints. The in-depth insights are anticipated to be worthwhile among all sectors and beneficial for legal financial services as well as reducing socioecomic gaps and therefore raising Thai society to prosperous with sustainability. “Poor Economics” and “The Poor and Their Money” are available now at leading bookstores. For more information on legal financial services, please visit www.ngerntidlor.com.