Saving bonds are debt securities issued by the Ministry of Finance, the Bank of Thailand, and government agencies. The main objective is to offer an investment or savings alternative for individuals and non-profit organizations. Scripless bonds are currently available – bond holders will receive bond books as evidence of their bond subscriptions and when the bond reaches maturity, interest and principal will be automatically credited into their deposit account as notified to the Bank.
The Ministry of Finance’s Savings Bonds
Corporate debentures are long-term debt securities issued by state enterprises to raise capital.
They offer higher returns than bonds due to their higher risk.