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Framework for social investment

Framework for social investment

 

 

         Social Investment Fund to the Social Security Board rules by providing that the benefits of social insurance funds in 2549 BC, which requires social security office is responsible for the capital fund to provide benefits such as investing in securities. 

        Social Investment Fund to the Social Charter Committee. That by providing the benefits of social insurance funds in 2549 BC, which requires social security office is responsible for the capital fund to provide benefits such as investing in securities.

 

Investing in securities that are stable at least 60 percent of such capital 
        - Treasury bills, government bonds.

        - Treasury bonds, state enterprises are guaranteed.

        - Bank deposits are guaranteed.

        - Notes are private credit ratings.

Investments in securities involve risks not exceed 40 percent of such capital
        - Other debt instruments.

        - Units.

        - Ordinary shares.

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