– Month by Month.”
A selection of external videos featuring interviews with our investment managers.
Dedicated to doing one thing well.
At Aberdeen, asset management is our sole focus. We are a global investment management group, managing assets for both institutional and retail clients from offices around the world. Aberdeen is not distracted by competing internal business interests, so we are clearly focused on one purpose, managing assets for our clients.
Our approach to achieve performance from our funds is open and straightforward. No black boxes, no short cuts. Simply asset management. Aberdeen Thailand is a full service operation, wholly owned by Aberdeen Asia and integrated with Group. We provide services to retail and institutional clients by managing mutual, private and provident funds.
Choose from Thai equities, or our regional equities fund. All three funds are under our experienced, expert teams for long-term returns. In fact, they’re ready-made to make your money work harder.
Get free bonus units in Aberdeen Cash Creation fund worth 100 baht for every 50,000 baht invested in Aberdeen LTF and RMF. Conditions apply.
From October 27, 2014 onwards, you can make a settlement via Krungsri Credit Card for the following funds:
Aberdeen reserves the right with a minimum of THB 20,000 per fund per transaction. You can download subscription order, complete the form and attach a copy of the front of credit card then submit to Aberdeen to proceed your transaction.Learn more
Aberdeen Euro High Yield Bond Fund will mainly invest in units of a foreign fund, Aberdeen Global – Select Euro High Yield Bond fund (Master Fund) which comprises a concentrated portfolio of Euro high yield bond. With low duration and low default rates, the Aberdeen Euro High Yield Bond Fund offers opportunities for higher returns.
Minimum initial investment amount THB 510,000
Special Promotion! Waive Custodian Fee and Audit Fee for Aberdeen Master Pooled Registered Provident Fund client during 2014.
Are you ready to talk to us about Provident Fund?