The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) is Thailand's primary stock exchange in Thailand. It was established in 1974, and is supervised by a Board of Governors. The Board consists of 11 Governors, with five appointed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), five elected by the SET members companies, and a full time president, who is appointed by the Board and serves as an ex-officio Board member.
The SET considers applications from companies requesting listing on the Exchange, including ensuring applicants meet requirements as well as submit the correct documentation. It has also established information disclosure requirements for listed companies and monitors all trading activities involving listed securities. The Exchange's regulations strictly prohibit insider trading and price manipulation of listed securities.
Net Clearing and book entry settlement are services handled by the Thailand Securities Depository Co., Ltd. (TSD), a subsidiary of the SET.
The SET lists a wide range of equity and debt instruments. Listed securities include ordinary shares, preferred shares, bonds and debentures, warrants and covered warrants, and unit trusts.