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CG Principle

Policy on Corporate Governance

  • The Board strongly believes in good corporate governance.  As such, the Board gives full support and encouragement to good governance practices throughout the whole organization under the key principles of integrity, transparency, avoidance of conflict of interest, information disclosure and fair dealing. Our management team focuses on upholding the integrity of the industry, the investment profession, and in putting the interests of clients and shareholders above their own personal interests. The Policy on Corporate Governance is divided into five categories as follows:

  1. The Board oversees and ensures that every shareholder has the following basic rights:
    • To receive or transfer shares unless the transfer causes the Company to exceed the number of Non-Thai shareholders quota of 49% of total number of shares outstanding.
    • To obtain accurate, complete and timely information.
    • To propose, appoint or demote directors and to approve the appointment of independent auditors.
    • To make the decision on changes in the Company’s important policy.
    • To obtain profits from operations.
    • To attend the meeting and to vote in the shareholders’ meeting as follows
      • Nominate,  appoint or  removal directors
      • Appoint  auditors
      • Appropriate  dividend payment
      • Issue or amend regulations or articles of associations
      • Decrease or increase registered capital
      • Approve extraordinary agenda
      • Other matters that affect the Company in accordance with the law
  2. Every shareholder shall receive a notice of the annual general meeting with adequate information specifying  the date, time, place and agenda including concerned matters in advance.
  3. The Company shall arrange the shareholders meeting at the appropriate time and place for shareholders to attend the meeting conveniently.
  4. All directors are required to attend the shareholders meeting to clarify or answer questions to shareholders.
  5. The shareholders shall have an opportunity to propose additional matter in the agenda or ask questions, request for clarification and express opinions appropriately according to the meeting agenda, as a result, the Board should not add any agenda without noticing the shareholders in advance.
  6. The shareholders shall acknowledge rules and regulations and voting procedures of the meeting.  The Company shall post all agenda on its web site in advance prior to sending documents to the shareholders so that they have adequate time to prepare for the meeting.
  7. The Board’s opinions shall be provided in each agenda and the minutes of the meeting is recorded correctly and completely so that the shareholders and concerned persons are able to verify such meeting.
  8. All directors and senior executives of the Company are required to disclose their relationship – both direct and indirect ways – with the major shareholders or the third parties who have connected transactions with the Company. 
  1. The Board oversees and ensures that every shareholder is treated equally as the following:
    1. The Company shall delivery a shareholder meeting invitation at lease 14 days in advance and provides   the shareholder adequate information specifying the date, time, place and agenda including concerned matters. Thus, shareholder will have an opportunity to submit questions in advance.
    2. The Board shall provide an opportunity for shareholders to submit question in 7 days in advance before the shareholder meeting.
    3. Announcement of shareholder meeting will be posted on the newspaper for 3 consecutive days in order to inform the shareholders.
    4. The Company will use computer in registration process to consume less time for shareholders.
    5. The Company will hold the shareholder meeting on date, time and location that shareholder is able to attend the meeting; and will not sudden change the meeting’s location.
    6. The Board shall provide an opportunity for shareholders using power of attorney for proxy forms to pre-indicate his/her voting direction and propose at least a name of Independent director for shareholders to grant their proxy. In the ordinary annual shareholder meeting 2013, shareholders granted their voting rights to Mr. Charn Tulyaphisitchai (Independent Director) to vote on their behalf.
    7. The Chairperson of the Board of Directors shall inform rules and regulations of voting procedures, and number of shareholder attended the meeting to shareholders in the meeting. 
    8. Shareholders who is executive shall add no agenda without informing in advance.
    9. Each share has equal rights. The shareholders have the rights to vote according to the number of shares hold. In addition, they shall have equal rights to obtain news and information about the Company.
    10. The Chairperson of the Board of Directors shall begin the agenda in order as informed in the meeting invitation.
    11. The Chairperson of the Board of Directors shall allow the shareholders to discuss and ask question.
    12. The Board shall encourage the use of voting forms for important matters such as related transaction, acquisition, sale of assets, and election of the Board.
    13. In the shareholders meeting, all shareholders who are executives, non-executives and foreign shareholders shall be treated equally and fairly.
    14. All shareholders who attend the meeting shall have the right to vote as agree, disagree or abstention on  each agenda.
    15. The Board shall provide an opportunity for shareholders to elect director individually.

    In the ordinary annual shareholder's meeting for 2015, there were 7 shareholders counting as 29,113 shares and were 22 people granted voting right from the shareholders counting as 2,571,307,709 shares. Therefore, total number of people attended was 29 people counting as 2,571,336,822 shares which accountable for 99.29 %of issued shares which followed the Company's regulation.


  2. Supervision on Use of Inside Information

    The Company prohibits directors, executives, and all staffs to trade equity and derivatives by using inside information, and sets clear guidelines to prevent usage of inside information as follows:

    • The Company has set a code of conduct and has prohibited all executives and staffs to take advantage of the Company’s Watch List, Restricted List, and Research List for securities trading  purpose.
    • The Company has issued regulations and guidance on measurement of confidentiality of client  information and proper firewall to minimize information flow (Chinese wall). 
    • The confidential information shall not be disclosed to the public.
    • The Company has issued regulations and business ethics for all members of management and employees in written and those who breach the regulations will be severely penalized.
    • The Company has designated the audit and compliance division to oversee that all members of management and employees from all division perform their duties in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations.
  3. Policy on Supervision on Use of Position for Personal Benefits
    • In accordance with Section 59 of the Securities and Exchange Act. B.E. 2535, directors and executives are required  to report a change of securities holdings to the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Stock Exchange of Thailand .
    • The Company’s directors, executives and staff who relate to internal information are not allowed to disclose such information to any outsiders or unrelated persons.
    • The Company’s directors, executives and staff who relate to the preparation of financial statements or related information are not allowed to trade the Company’s securities before earnings release.
  4. Policy on Conflict of Interest

    The Company has not allowed the directors, executives and staff to operate a competing business and to make connected transactions which may lead to conflict of interest. In the event that connected transactions are required, the Board of Directors will oversee connected transactions made transparent and fair as if the Company deals with outsiders. The directors, executives or staffs who are stakeholders are not allowed to consider and approve these transactions.

    In case those transactions are considered as connected transactions under the notifications of the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Stock Exchange of Thailand, the directors will strictly oversee transactions made in accordance with regulations, methods and disclosures of information concerning connected transactions of listed companies.

  5. Policy on connected transactions of the Company, subsidiaries, associated companies and corresponding subsidiaries, which are divided into two parts as follows:
    1. Measure to control connected transactionsThe Company has issued measures to control making connected transactions of the Company, subsidiaries, associated companies and corresponding subsidiaries with individuals who may have conflicts of interest, personal interest or possible conflicts of interest as stipulated by the notifications of the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Stock Exchange of Thailand. The Company's audit committee will give a view on a necessity to make connected transactions and appropriate prices which will depend on conditions in accordance with a guideline on normal trading and enable to compare the price with outsiders.

      In the event that the audit committee is unable to consider connected transactions, the Company will seek an independent expert or the Company's auditor to act as a viewer of such connected transactions for further consideration of the Company's Board of Directors and/or audit committee and/or shareholders, as the case may be. Those who may have conflicts of interest or personal interest in connected transactions shall not be entitled to vote for the approval of connected transactions.

      In addition, the Company will disclose information of making connected transactions and vital asset acquisition or disposal of the Company and its subsidiaries in accordance with the notifications of the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Stock Exchange of Thailand and the accounting standard of the Institute of Certified Accountants and Auditors of Thailand.
    2. Policy or Tendency on Possible Connected Transactions

      The Company, subsidiaries, associated companies and corresponding subsidiaries may make possible connected transactions with individuals who may have possible conflicts of interest.

      In the event of being normal business transactions and normal business supporting transactions with general trade conditions with individuals who may have conflicts of interest, especially subsidiaries of Country Group Securities Public Company Limited., the Company has set a policy on connected transactions by providing various conditions in accordance with the nature of normal business operations in the market which can compare the price with outsiders pursuant to a principle approved by the Company's Board of Directors under the Securities and Exchange Act. B.E. 2535. Related parties must strictly follow a joint agreement and set a clear and fair price and terms and not lead to transfer of benefits.

      Making new connected transactions or changing prices or conditions, the Internal Audit and Compliance Department must investigate information and prepare quarterly reports to the Audit Committee for consideration and recommendation on the appropriation of prices and reasons for making connected transactions.

      In case of other normal business, normal business supporting and connected transactions, the Company will follow the aforesaid measure to control connected transactions.

The Board serves to assure equal treatment of stakeholders - clients, shareholders, investors, creditors, partners, management, employees, independent auditors, public sector, society and other concerned entities. As such, the company must comply the following:

  1. Policy on Safety and sanitation
    The Company improved working environment by expanding work space to reduce congestion and for a better working quality. Therefore, the Company's employees can create an excellent working performance and improve their capability. Also, the Company provides health insurance for its employees.
  2. Policy on Employee Compensation and Benefits
    The Company has set a policy on employee compensation and benefits to which the KPI method is applied for evaluating performance to pay compensation to staff equally and fairly. The Compensation Sub-committee is appointed by the Company's Board of Directors has overall responsibility for considering and determining appropriate payments.
  3. Establishment of Employee Provident Fund Provident fund
    ("the fund") is a fund set up voluntarily between employers and employees. Asset of the fund consists of money contributed by both employers and employees. This means employees are not alone in saving the money, employer help them at the same time. The contribution to be made by employer will always equal or exceeding that contributed by employees. Therefore, set up of provident fund can be regarded as a kind of benefit that could motivate employees to work with employer. Provident fund not only provides a tool for employees to save consistently with the employer's assistance, asset of the fund is further managed by a professional called "Asset Management Company" The benefit derives from management is distributed to member of the fund proportionately.
  4. Policy on Human resource development
    Employees have been trained to enhance personnel development and have been instilled to practice their job with honesty as well as keep clients' information confidential.
  5. Policy on Violation of Human Rights
    • Support and respect the protection of human rights, prevent oversea the Company's operations from human rights violations. For instance, the Company should seek to eliminate forced labor and child labor.
    • Treat all stakeholders fairly and respectfully without discrimination as to race or ethnic origin, gender, age, skin color, religious, body, status or family.
  6. Policy on Client responsibilities
    The Company aims to offer a highest clients' satisfaction therefore the Company must responsible to the client with clear and fair practice according to the rules and regulations in dealing with clients. The clients are also delivered accurate information with transparency. Furthermore, the Company has provided a communication channel where clients can leave their complaints, and has set guidance and procedures on dealing with the client's complaints in a careful and fair manner. Furthermore, the Company has participated in the Dispute Settlement by Arbitration which facilitated by Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In the case that the client has any dispute or arbitration issues regarding the Company's business conducts, the client could file for settlement by arbitration; however, the dispute must equip with the conditions indicated by SEC.
  7. Policy on Competitor responsibilities
    The Company must conduct the business with clear and fair practice according to the rules and regulations particularly the rates of commission fee charged in both securities and derivatives trading. Also, marketing officers and head of marketing team are treated fairly with appropriate remuneration.
  8. Policy on Suppliers
    The Company shall treat suppliers equally according to term and conditions specified in the contract without a violation of laws such as using copyright software.
  9. Policy on Creditors
    The Company is promising to deal fairly with creditor in terms and conditions which indicated on the loan agreement, principal and interest‘s repayment, and the collateral agreement
  10. Policy and practice on Intellectual property or copyright
    • The Company supports our employees to do their works without violating the law or intellectual property law such as trade mark , patent, copyright and other intellectual properties,
    • The Company‘s employees have right to create and invent their work independently under the law specified except the works that generate from work and use of the Company's data are property of the Company. However, if the Company clearly permit that the invention is belong to its employees, the right of invention belong to them.
    • The Company supports its employees to realize an important of intellectual property right in workplace and daily life.
    • Before using any data or information, a person who uses the data or information must inspection the intellectual property right before use.
  11. Policy and practice on corruption
    • Manage to have effective internal control and risk evaluation to prevent corruption, and improper behavior of employees and outside people who related to the Company.
    • Encourage honesty and responsibility as organization culture as well as increase awareness of corruption that is wrong behavior.
    • To have a transparency of financial report under universal accounting standard.
    • Provide channel for employees to report, suggest or complain regarding corruption.
    • Determine to have preventive measure for give and receive gifts, give dinner of welcome, or excess expense that over the Company limit or violate law of related countries.
    • Determine to have preventive measure for any bribery that directly or indirectly facilitate the relationship in doing business.
    • Specify a clear and fair procurement under proper procedures and rules.
    • Specify a transparent of any money donation.
    • Encourage employees to exchange and share proper guidelines among other companies in the same industry including all related stakeholders in order to join anticorruption activities hold by associations, chamber of commerce or others compliance units.
  12. Policy and practice on Social
    CGS is always aware of our social responsibilities to the community that we are a part of. We dedicate to act in a socially responsible way in our interactions with all stakeholders. In each year, CGS allocates partial budget to support corporate social responsibilities (CSR)'s activities by focusing on three areas such as education, religion, and social improvement. In 2015, there were many education projects, religious projects, and social projects.
  13. Policy on Use of Resource
    • Maintain asset of the Company in good condition and prevent them from breakage and loss.
    • If any employee who responsible for particular asset and lose it, this person should co-responsible with the Company according to rules, regulations, or policy stated.
    • Well use the Company's asset by concerning environment and energy.
    • The Company's asset is not allowed to indirectly and directly use for employee own interest.
    • Employee must return all assets including data use for work when he or she is not the Company's employee. The data is not allowed keep in any form such as duplicate.
  14. Policy on Environment
    • Act according to law and requirement about the environment
    • Encourage employees to learn about the environment in order to instill responsibility toward the environment.
    • Encourage employees to exchange knowledge and experience about the environment among employees or departments within the Company.
    • Encourage and support employees to regularly improve their working condition to suit environment.
    • The Company has management policy that prevents impact of operation from environment.

Additionally, the Company acknowledges the rights of shareholders according to the specified law and encourages cooperation between the Company and its stakeholders for sustainable business growth. All stakeholder groups are treated equally and fairly, and the information is disclosed fairly and timely to all related parties in accordance with the SET's procedures.

  1. Information Disclose
    1. Provide accurate information in both Thai and English with transparency and disclose consistently via the Company's website . Also the information should be up to date.
    2. Provide and disclose information to the Company's Director and/or the Company's executive upon request.
    3. Assign specific persons or departments to disclose information to shareholders, investors, analysts, mass media or supervisory units.
    4. Details of information which shall be disclosed consistently are:
      • General information and type of business
      • Financial statements and operating performances and researches
      • List and shares proportion of major shareholders and executives
      • Risk factors of business
      • Policy on directors and senior executives’ remuneration
      • Directors’ qualification information
      • Connected transactions
      • Code of ethics and practices
    5. Prepare financial statements or financial information to show financial status and operating performance as required by law and disclose other information in a complete, accurate, sufficient and timely manner so that shareholders and stakeholders are informed accordingly.
    6. Arrange to have financial statements audited by an independent external auditor.
    7. Facilitate analysts, investment advisors, brokerage firms, credit rating institutions, mass media and external supervisory units, and etc. in the best interest of investors.
    8. Disclose policies on corporate governance and operating performance in the annual report website, as well as announcing them at the head office and all branches.
    9. Disclose roles and duties of all committees, the number of meetings and attendances, directors' opinion including a policy on directors' and senior executives' remuneration in the annual report and the Company' s website
    10. In accordance with Section 59 of the Securities and Exchange Act BE 2535, the directors have a duty to report trading/holding of company's securities to the Board every month.
  2. Director's Report

    The board of directors is responsible for the accuracy of the Company's financial statements as well as those of its subsidiaries included in the Annual Report. Thus, reporting is prepared carefully after every meeting to specify the responsibility of the Board for the consolidated financial statements of the Company and its subsidiaries and other important matters according to the standard practices suggested by the SET along with the audit report, as shown in the annual report.

    Under the structure of the Company's Board, it has provided the adequate independent directors to balance the power as specified by the regulators' rules. In turn, the Audit Committees consist of individuals who have adequate knowledge and experience to review the quality of financial reports including disclosure of important information in the notes to the financial statements and to discuss necessary issues with compliance and 2015, the Audit Committee has proposed and appointed Mr.Chavala Theinprasertkit and/or Mr.Permsak Wongpatpagorn and /or Mr.Niti Jungnitnirundr and/or Ms. Nisagorn Songmanee of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Jaiyos Audit Co., Ltd. to act as the auditors of the Company for the year 2015.

  3. Investor Relations

    The Board realizes the significance of accurate, complete, and transparent disclosure of the Company’s financial and non-financial information including those that may have impact on share price and investor sentiments.   As such, information must be provided in a manner that is also timely and consistently to all investors and stakeholders for their decision making according to the rules and regulation of the SET. The Company shall disclose such information through various channels such as reports to the SET, Company website (www.cgsec.co.th). To disseminate accurate and reliable information as well as to eliminate rumours or misleading information, the Company has assigned the chief executive officer to be responsible for answering any questions and clarifying any information of the Company to investors and relevant parties. Investors can contact this person by telephone at number 0-2205-7000 ext.1018, or at e-mail address: PR-CGS@countrygroup.co.th. In addition, the Company has assigned the audit and compliance division to respond to clients’ complaints and can be contact by telephone at 0-2205-7000 ext. 1300-11.   

The Board's main objective is to instill leadership and to guide the Company in a direction that will bring success to its stakeholders. As such, the Board's duties and responsibilities includes the following; to set and ensure that policies are adhered to, to approve the Company's business strategy, objectives, corporate plan and budget, to oversee adequate risk management, and to oversee effective and transparent implementation by the management team.

  1. Structure of the Boards
    1. Balance of Power of Directors The Board consists of at least 5 directors but not more than 15 directors, who are skilled, experienced, dedicated, and equipped with knowledge and independent judgment to share in Board meetings. In addition, each director must possess qualifications specified by law. Also, one third of the Board or at least 3 members constitution are independent directors. An appointment to the Board is subject to pre-set agenda with transparent and clear nomination of well-profiled directors. The Company shall disclose the profile of all directors in detail, including any changes made to the public through the Company's website, internal media ,head office and also at every branch office.
    2. Qualifications of Directors and/or Independent Directors A number of independent directors are not limited to a specific number. The Board elects a member of independent directors based on his/her knowledge and experience that best benefit the Company ;however, his/her qualifications should meet the requirement of SEC and the Act of Public Company Limited. Moreover, the independent director shall not take position over 9 years since the day he/she is appointed as independent directior for the first time.
  2. Sub-Committees
    The Company consist of 7 committees which are the Board of directors, the Audit committee, the Executive committee, the Nomination sub-committee, the Compensation sub-committee, the Investment committee, and the Good governance committee. Seven committees are set up to monitor the Company in different areas.
    • Leadership, Vision, and Independent Decision
      The Boards main objective is to instill leadership and to guide the Company in a direction that will bring success to its stakeholders.  As such, the Board’s duties and responsibilities includes the following; to set and ensure  that policies are adhered to, to approve the Company’s business strategy, objectives, corporate plan and budget, to oversee adequate risk management, and to oversee effective and transparent implementation by the management team. In addition, the Board sees the importance of good corporate governance and emphasizes on good internal control and effective risk management which is regularly reviewed in board meetings. Thus, it is essential that the Board comprise of directors who have leadership and vision, as well as capability to make independent decisions for the highest benefits of the Company and the stakeholders.
    • Conflicts of Interest 
      The Board has set clear guidelines to prevent conflicts of interest.  These are listed below as follows:
      • To have a well-structured organization chart, whereby each functional unit can be monitored for performance with relevant committees to oversee internal control for adherence with external regulatory bodies.
      • Encourage all employees to adhere to good corporate governance by promoting working principles of integrity, professional ethics, client confidentiality, and no usage of inside information for own interests.
      • For situations dealing with conflicting stakeholder interests, the Board and management shall consider the each carefully, honestly, reasonably, and independently for the best benefit of the Company, with the resulting decision disclosed to shareholders.
      • In cases of conflict of interest or related transactions, all related directors must disclose such information to the meeting immediately and shall not have the right to attend nor vote for that agenda.
      • Directors, executives and all staff should avoid any transactions that may lead to conflict of interest as a result of taking advantage of inside information.
      • Directors, executives and all staff should avoid holding shares in the business of its competitors that might affect their duties or responsibilities.  In the case that such person holds shares before employment OR prior to the Company to operate the same business, the person must report to his/her relevant supervisors and send a copy of the report to the audit and compliance division. 
    • Business Ethics
      The Company strongly upholds its business ethics to the utmost importance in achieving long term success, business targets and in maximizing shareholder’s wealth.  The Board has set a code of conduct for employees to follow and use as a guideline to perform each dedicated task with honesty and integrity to the Company, and all stakeholders.  In addition the Company has established a set of punitive courses for those in breach of the code of conduct which is regularly monitored by the audit and compliance division.
    • Internal Control and Audit and Financial Report
      The Company bestows serious attention on internal control system at both managerial and operational levels, focusing on adequacy and appropriateness for the prevention of damages that may occur to the Company’s financial and business operations. The Company has set up internal control and audit policies as follows:
      • Management is assigned to prepare accurate, complete and timely financial reports both quarterly and yearly.
      • Efficient internal control and audit systems to ensure that the Company adheres to all relevant standards and laws which in turn is under the investigation of internal auditors and review of the audit committee.
      • The Company has clearly defined in writing the responsibilities and authorities of the management team.
      • Continuous monitoring and auditing of Company assets to avoid damages or exploitation.
      • Segregation of duties in order to have an appropriate system of check and balance.
      • The Board gives importance to advice or suggestions made by independent auditors and regulatory bodies in helping the Company to further improve its operational practices.
      • An audit and compliance division that reports directly to the audit committee to ensure independent judgment.
      • Policies to recruit reputable external auditors approved by the SEC in order to audit, advise and rectify any weaknesses or errors of the internal control system.
  3. Meeting of the Board of Directors
    1. The Board schedules normal meetings in every month so that directors can allocate their time accordingly.  Additionally extra board meetings can be held if necessary.  In every normal meeting the Board will follow up on the progress of issues from previous meetings and monitor all operating performances of the Company.
    2. Each Board meeting must consist of at least half the members present.
    3. The chairperson will approve the proposed agenda as advised by the executive chairperson and will consider other matters in the agenda proposed by any director in the meeting.  Hence, each director is able to independently propose other matters in the agenda.
    4. The chairperson shall give sufficient time for management to propose each matter or search for supporting documents in order to carry out a proper discussion.
    5. The Board shall notify the Chief Executive Officer to invite senior executives to attend a Board meeting in order to directly provide additional information on specific issues.
    6. The Board may ask for additional information from the Chief Executive Officer or other assigned executives or request for independent opinions from external consultants.
    7. The management shall be responsible for giving proper information, advice and services to the Board in a timely manner.
    8. The Board has a policy for non-executive directors to hold a meeting at least twice a year to discuss various problems without presence of management.  The result of the meeting will be reported to the Chief Executive Officer.
    9. The secretary of the Board shall send an invitation letter together with the agenda and supporting documents to every director in advance of no less than 7 days so that directors have adequate time to review the information.
    10. In every Board meeting, the secretary shall keep record of the minutes of the meeting for future reference.
  4. Evaluation of the Board of Directors
    The Board encourages regular self-evaluation by considering and analyzing results, problems and obstacles for future improvement. The Board's performance is evaluated on an overall or specific case basis, not focusing on any individual director.
  5. Directors and Management Remuneration
    The Company has set directors remunerations clearly and transparently. Such remuneration is approved at the annual general shareholders meeting. In certain circumstances that a director is assigned to perform more roles with greater responsibilities such as being members of the sub-committee, they shall be rewarded accordingly.

    The Company has formed Compensation Subcommittee to consider remuneration for the management team with fairly rate. Furthermore, Compensation Subcommittee will consider the number of warrant assign to director, top management, or employees. Executive director or employee, who is assigned to receive securities more than 5% of allocated securities, must not a member of Compensation Subcommittee. Disclosure of all relevant remuneration is displayed in yearly annual reports and on the Company's website.

  6. Development of Directors and Executives
    1. Report and summarize all rule and regulations to the Board and Executives regularly.
    2. Encourage the directors to learn and understand the roles and responsibilities practices in equity market.
    3. A new director must be approved by the SEC and SET.
    4. A first time director will acknowledge the company profile, rules and regulations and director handbook.

The Company has regularly been interested and inquired by the customers in derivatives trading. During the last 4 years, the company has achieved the following rewards:


2012 - TFEX on Spot Daily - Money Expo Bangkok
2013 - First Place - TFEX Broker Champion - Money Expo Chiangmai
- Second Place - TFEX Broker Champion - SET in the City 2013
2014 - First Place - TFEX Broker Champion - Money Expo Bangkok
- Third Place - TFEX Broker Champion - SET-TFEX Online Investor Fair
- Third Place - TFEX Broker Champion - Money Expo Korat
- Second Place - TFEX Broker Champion - SET in the City 2014
2015 - Third Place - TFEX Broker Champion - SET-TFEX Digital Investor Fair
- Third Place - TFEX Broker Champion - SET in the City 2015