The four-day event will be held at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre.
Home-buyers seeking mortgages usually wait for this expo to scour for cheap loans before before making a decision.
As expected, most banks are offering special mortgage packages at the event, including zero interest mortgage rates.
Most banks are offering housing loans without interest for the first three to nine months and they have also waived bank fees at the event.
For those who wish to apply for personal loans, credit cards, car loans and other consumer loans, Money Expo would be the best place to shop for deals.
Lenders are competing with speedy approval processes for consumer-loan applications in order to attract customers. Some might approve personal loans within 30 minutes. Borrowers need only prepare their personal documents including personal identification, house-registration documents, copies of bank passbooks for the last three to six months and payroll slips.
Consumer loan seekers will be offered various gifts as well as free services in order to help them make a decision at the four-day event.
Aside from lenders, many types of mutual funds, special rate deposit packages and special insurance policies will be offered.
Amid surging inflation, consumers are searching for higher-return investments. Some deposit packages with higher returns will be offered only at the Money Expo, while some packages are available for longer periods.
For capital market investors, there are a number of interesting seminars, which will educate consumers on savings and investment.
This afternoon, two brokers and an asset management firm will talk about "Analysis formula for small cap investment". Later in the day, Amara Sripayak, senior director from the Bank of Thailand as well as other economists from private firms will express their views on the economy in a seminar entitled "Economic focus to find prominent stocks for the second half of the year".
Tomorrow morning, savers who wish to learn how to boost their money value should attend a seminar entitled: "Investment with knowledge amid volatility of savings". In the afternoon, insurers will speak on: "360 degrees - new vision on insurance for investment". Those who want to know about tax rebates should attend "RMR-LTF focus, new tax guidelines, Bt1-million reduction per year".
On Saturday, real fans of value investment will be keen to attend the seminar entitled: "Seeking value stocks with two stock gurus". In the afternoon, the seminar will be about futures and options, investment in debentures, and how to adjust your portfolio in the second half of this year. On Sunday, seminars will touch on secrets for stock selection to increase wealth and boosting profits by the Exchange Traded Fund.
Finally, Dr Suvarn Valaisatian, former deputy commerce minister, will speak about sufficiency investment and spending.