Thailand exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Capital Markets. Location Thailand, Bangkok.

Srisawad Finance Public Company Limited [BFIT-R.BKThailand

30.9374USD1.8126 (-5.86%)

• At close Sat Oct 01 2022

490,709,833 USD
MARKET CAP
12.027
PE
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BETA (5y)
.
EPS

profit

135%

for 5 years

profit

10%

for 3 years

profit

3%

for 2 years

profit

2%

for 1 year

profit

11%

for this year

About Srisawad Finance Public Company Limited

Srisawad Finance Public Company Limited engages in the finance business in Thailand. The company offers money market investment products and services, such as deposit receipts, certificates of deposit, promissory notes, and bills of exchange for individuals, juristic persons, corporate entities, financial institutes, foundations, and associations. It also provides commercial lending and project finance services that comprise commercial loan facilities, such as loans for working capital with various short-term maturities; medium and long term loan facilities to finance expansion or capital expenditures; and aval and guarantee facilities. In addition, the company provides debenture holder representative services; and invests in securities, such as common stocks, government bonds, state enterprise bonds, private bonds, bills of exchange, etc. in primary and secondary markets. The company was formerly known as Bangkok First Investment & Trust Public Company Limited. Srisawad Finance Public Company Limited was incorporated in 1969 and is based in Bangkok, Thailand.

Srisawad Finance Public Company Limited
https://www.bfit.co.th
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