Central Banking

Thai central bank plans electronic bond settlement

The Bank of Thailand (BOT) said it plans to introduce an electronic settlement system for bond and debt paper transactions in late 2001 as part of its policy to develop the Thai money market.Assistant central bank governor Thirachai Phuvanat naranubala told currency dealers his bank was working on a mechanism called BahtNet Two, a simultaneous delivery versus payment system for settling transactions. Dealers said the move could reduce settlement risk and boost liquidity.

He said BahtNet Two

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