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SEC hosts a live discussion on regulatory guillotine, a next step towards stronger global competitiveness of the Thai capital market



Tuesday 14 July 2020 | No. 132 / 2020


Bangkok, 14 July 2020 – SEC has organized an online discussion on the topic, “Regulatory Guillotine: a Next Step towards Stronger Global Competitiveness of the Thai Capital Market” to share experiences and perspectives on capital market regulatory reform with experts from the public and private sectors. The interested public can watch the live broadcast from SEC Facebook page on 14 July 2020.

This regulatory guillotine discussion is the first in the virtual talk series under the theme, “How to Regulate to Earn Investor Confidence and Global Competitiveness.” The main objective is to share knowledge and understanding as well as different views and opinions on reforming laws and regulations on the capital market enforced by SEC, under the Regulatory Guillotine Scheme, which aims to promote competitiveness of the private sector while maintaining efficiency of investor protection. The speakers at this first session are:

1.  Ms. Ruenvadee Suwanmongkol          SEC Secretary-General

2.  Ms. Peangpanor Boonklum                 Senior Executive Vice President,
                                                                  Office of General Counsel, PTT Public Company Limited.
3.  Dr. Kiratipong Naewmalee                  Senior Research Fellow,
                                                                  Thailand Development Research Institute

4.  Mr. Thawatchai Pittayasophon            SEC Assistant Secretary-General, Legal Division

with Ms. Sinida Petchveerakul as moderator.      

The regulatory guillotine discussion was broadcast live for the interested public at SEC Facebook Page at @sec.or.th from 11.00-12.00 hours on 14 July 2020.    

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Note:

Regulatory Guillotine is the regulatory review of the existing laws and regulations. The reviewed laws and regulations that are no longer necessary or do not keep pace with situations or remain obstacles to living or occupations will be abolished or revised to lessen burden on people. By doing so, methods used must be done with speed, transparency, low costs with participation from all related parties.






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