Thanyaluck Thongrompo, partner of Kudun and Partners, was invited to be a speaker at the Faculty of Business Administration, Maejo University on the topic “Digital Assets Law in Thailand” where she shared her knowledge and experience in handling digital asset matters in Thailand.
This seminar is a part of the business administration students’ academic program that focuses on derivatives, with digital assets being one of the most popular topics of recent.
The seminar was well attended by over 50 business administration students, as well as other participants who were interested in the subject.
Maejo University is the oldest agricultural institution in the country. Founded in 1934 as the Northern Agricultural Teachers Training School, it was restructured and renamed several times until it gained the status of a full-fledged public university in 1996 and since then has been known as Maejo University.