The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) will list Tencent Holdings Limited depositary receipt (TENCENT DR), issued by Krungthai Bank pcl (KTB), under the ticker symbol “TENCENT80” on April 26.

Tencent Holdings Limited is one of the world’s leading technology companies, mainly engaging in communication services such as China’s largest social media platform WeChat, while providing services for the technology-based business sector covering social network, fintech, entertainment and gaming businesses, and payment systems in China. TENCENT80’s initial public offering (IPO) was allotted to the general public during April 18-21, 2022.


DR provides investors a choice to diversify portfolio overseas conveniently through the Thai stock market. Investors can trade DR in Thai baht via existing securities accounts, with fee similar to trading Thai equities, without intermission session.

For more information on “TENCENT80” prospectus and depositary agreement, please
visit , or KTB the issuer: tel: 02-111-1111; or for additional information on DR, please visit .

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