Washington International Law Journal


This Article provides an overview of the new regulatory structure governing capital markets in Thailand as instituted by the Securities Exchange Act of 1992 ("SEA"). Special attention is given to the rules embodied in the SEA as they affect public offerings, fraud, securities businesses, and publicly held companies. The SEA introduces several new concepts to Thai regulation of securities, and these concepts are analyzed, to the extent they can be, given the lack of experience under the new Act.

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