Thai Credit Retail Bank shares financial literacy with community officials online for the first time

Thai Credit Retail Bank shares financial literacy with community officials online for the first time

Thai Credit Retail Bank Public Company Limited, led by Khemruthai Asavanon, Vice President, Micro Economic Development Department,

organised a training course on financial literacy entitled "Tang To Know-how" via an online platform for personnel from the Community Fund Management Center under the Bureau of Capital and Community Financial Organization Development, Community Development Department, Ministry of Interior.

Aiming to enhance the potential and develop the Community Fund Management Center as a learning centre for debt management, the course helped raise awareness of financial behaviour, saving discipline and increasing personal potential to raise community income.

The first training session was attended by 114 officers from 18 provinces, targeting over 1,500 participants in all regions of Thailand within this year.

“Tang To Know-how” is part of the Thai Credit Retail Bank’s mission to encourage everyone to have financial knowledge and discipline under the “Everyone Matters” or “Krai Mai Hen Rao Hen” philosophy.

Photo shows (from left): Mr. Sanit Sukkee of Community Development Department; Mr. Songpon Vijaykadga of Community Development Department; Ms. Khemruthai; Mr. Pataporn Liewsuthamas of Thai Credit Retail Bank Public Company Limited; Mr. Wisarut Fotsungnoen of Thai Credit Retail Bank Public Company Limited.

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