The expanded credit facility is being provided by The Industrial Finance Corporation of Thailand and Bank of Ayudhya Public Company Limited.
What does IFCT stand for?
IFCT stands for Industrial Finance Corporation of Thailand
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We have 7 other meanings of IFCT in our Acronym Attic
- Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety
- International Federation of Classification Societies
- International Federation of Computer Sciences
- International Financial Centre
- International Forum on Chemical Safety
- Intercollegiate Fencing Conference of Southern California
- Indiana Family College Savings Plan (tax-favored account)
- Individual Family Community Support Plan (Minnesota Department of Human Services)
- Independent Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars
- Institutional Fire Control System Trainer
- Integrated Fuel Cell Technologies (Massachusetts)
- Interagency Forest Conservation Team (Maryland)
- Intergroupe Francophone de Cancérologie Thoracique (French: Lung Cancer Clinical Research)
- International Festival of Cinema and Technology (est. 2002)
- International Free Computing Task Force (UNIX development and support)
- Illiana Financial Credit Union (Naperville, IL)
- Infinity Federal Credit Union
- Integris Federal Credit Union (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Interface Control Unit
- International Federation of Catholic Universities
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In 2004, following a three-way merger with DBS Thai Danu Bank Pcl and the Industrial Finance Corporation of Thailand, the bank has emerged as the 5th largest bank in the Thai banking system, with total assets of approximately 700,000 million baht.
Thailand's Finance Ministry will invest approximately $30 million in the fund and is being joined by a $50 million investment from 13 members of the Thai Bankers Association, a $10 million investment from the Industrial Finance Corporation of Thailand, and $5 million each from the Government Pension Fund and the Government Savings Bank.