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Filing a tip (whistleblowing) means providing information that can be used in legal proceeding in case of violation.
Whistleblower protection
 Any employee or worker who provides information or cooperation by giving a tip, testifying or submitting useful documents for the SEC inspection is entitled to protection under the Securities and Exchange Act B.E. 2535 (1992). The law prohibits any employing securities firm or issuer from treating its employees unfairly by such means as change of position, type of work or work location. Whistleblowers shall be treated fairly and protected by law. For example, they shall not be suspended, threatened, interfered with work or terminated from employment because of their tip filing.
 Whistleblowers who wish to give inside information or useful evidence for SEC’s investigation shall be treated fairly and protected by law.
Last updated on 17 October 2016
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