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Short Term Structured Note, SSN

Short-term structured notes (SSN) are a combination of equities and one or more derivatives that are structured into one instrument. They are a short-term debenture with a maturity of less than 270 days. They offer a return potential linked to an underlying item such as stock price and stock index. SCB Securities Co., Ltd. (SCBS) offers these structured investments to match your individual risk-return requirements and market views. The return of the SSN depends on many variables such as the change of underlying asset and protection of the nominal value at maturity.

Types of Products offered by SCBS

  1. Equity Link Note (Link ไปหน้า ELN): a short-term debenture with participation in the performance of the underlying item.
  2. Principal Protective Note (Link ไปหน้า PPN): a short-term debenture that offers a return linked to an underlying item in the form of participation and a one-off payment at expiration.
  3. Knock-In Knock-Out (KIKO) Fixed Coupon Equity Linked Note: a short-term derivative debenture with principal and return payments based on the stock price or stock price in the securities basket. These are derivative debentures that receive a higher interest rate on a regular basis over the life of the instrument. It may be redeemed as principal on the maturity date or redeemed as principal earlier than the maturity date. (Knock Out incident) or may be redeemed for stocks. (Knock In occurs or the stock price is lower than the exercise price)
  4. Autocallable Fixed Coupon Equity Linked Note: a short-term derivative debenture with principal and return payments based on the stock price or stock price in the securities basket. These are derivative debentures that receive a higher interest rate on a regular basis over the life of the instrument. It may be redeemed as principal on the maturity date or redeemed as principal earlier than the maturity date. (Knock Out incident) or may be redeemed for stocks. (There is an event that the stock price is lower than the exercise price)

How to Trade SSN by SCBS

SCBS serves high net worth and institutional investors. Investors who have an account with SCBS can ask for an indicative pricing and place an order on the phone with our Investment Consultant. After an order is recorded into the trading system, the confirmation is sent to the investor.

Why SSN SCBS

ü Operates professionally under the Siam Commercial Bank Group.

ü High stability with a credit rating of AA from Fitch Ratings (Thailand).

ü High flexibility by investing in stocks included in the SET50 index.

ü Provides full investment services (One-Stop-investment)

ü Complete with investment decision information from both SCB EIC and SCB Securities Research Center.

Risks: Investing in s Short Term Structured Note involves risks, including market risk, interest rate risk, taxation risk, and liquidity risks. In addition, a Short Term Structured Note has a limited lifespans. Investors are also exposed to counterparty risks like credit and default risks of the Short Term Structured Note issuer. To manage the risks, investors should seek to understand the workings of this instrument and of financial markets in general. To find out more, please contact our Investment Consultants.

SCBS Call Center
Tel: 0 2949 1999
Fax: 0 2949 1114
E-mail: scbs.customerservice@scb.co.th

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ü Fact sheet 

Normal Equity Linked Note (NELN)

Short-term structured notes (SSN) are a combination of equities and one or more derivatives that are structured into one instrument. They are a short-term debenture with a maturity of less than 270 days. They offer a return potential linked to an underlying item such as stock price and stock index. SCB Securities Co., Ltd. (SCBS) offers these structured investments to match your individual risk-return requirements and market views. The return of the SSN depends on many variables such as the change of underlying asset and protection of the nominal value at maturity.

NELN SCBS Description

ü Offered as a non-interest-bearing note (Zero Coupon Note) with maximum tenor of 270 days. Yields are generally greater than bonds or deposit rate at 5 to 10 percent.

ü Minimum Nominal Amount: 3.5 MB

ü If the underlying closes at or above the strike price on the expiration date, the nominal value is paid out.

ü If the underlying closes below the strike price and at or above the protected redemption amount on the expiration date, the investor receives the underlying or a cash equivalent. (In case of a fraction, the shares will be returned in cash.)

ü If the underlying closes below the protected redemption amount on the expiration date, the underlying and/or cash amount is redeemed. (Minimum redemption at expiration equivalent to the capital protection.)

Market Expectation

ü Underlying moving sideways

ü Falling volatility

ü Low interest rate

Benefit of NELN by SCBS

ü Better return on capital compared with normal savings

ü Enables investors to acquire the underlying at a lower price (discount)

ü (Partial) capital protection at maturity. (Based on official criteria, the investor must redeem not less than 80% of the investment.)

ü Underlying stock is included in the SET50 Index with the exception of SCB

Risks: Investing in Normal Equity Linked Note involves risks, including market risk, interest rate risk, taxation risk, and liquidity risks. In addition, Normal Equity Linked Note has a limited lifespan. Investors are also exposed to counterparty risks like credit and default risks of the Normal Equity Linked Note issuer. To manage the risks, investors should seek to understand the workings of the instrument and of financial markets in general. To find out more, please contact our Investment Consultants.

SCBS Call Center
Tel: 0 2949 1999
Fax: 0 2949 1114
E-mail: scbs.customerservice@scb.co.th

More Information
ü  Fact sheet

Bull Principal Protected Note (Bull PPN)

Bull PPN SCBS Description

ü Offered as a short-term note with protection of the nominal value at maturity. Principal Protection Products are suitable for risk-averse investors who need both security and potential growth.

ü Offered as a return potential linked to the development of an underlying, in the form of participation (Participation Rate) and a one-off payment at expiration.

ü Minimum Nominal Amount: 5 MB

ü If the underlying closes at or below the strike price on the expiration date, minimum redemption at expiration is equivalent to the capital protection.

ü If the underlying closes above the strike price and at or below the upper strike price on the expiration date, the performance gain is then paid out.

ü If the underlying closes above the upper strike price on the expiration date, the performance gain is then paid out but the maximum return is limited to the upper strike price.

Market Expectation

ü Rising underlying

ü Rising volatility

ü Low interest rate

Benefit of Bull PPN SCBS

ü Better return on capital compared to normal savings products

ü Capital protection at maturity. (Investors can choose the Percentage of Principal Protection.)

ü Return potential in case of positive performance of the underlying

ü Underlying stock included in the SET50 Index with the exception of SCB

Risks: Investing in Bull Principal Protected Note involves risks, including market risk, interest rate risk, taxation risk, and liquidity risks. In addition, Bull Principal Protected Note has a limited lifespan. Investors are also exposed to counterparty risks like credit and default risks of the Bull Principal Protected Note issuer. To manage the risks, investors should seek to understand the workings of this instrument and of financial markets in general. To find out more, please contact our Investment Consultants.

SCBS Call Center
Tel: 0 2949 1999
Fax: 0 2949 1114
E-mail: scbs.customerservice@scb.co.th

More Information
ü  Fact sheet