Invest your money in HwangDBS Aiiman Growth Fund, CIMB Islamic Bank Islamic Unit Trust investment program.
To achieve consistent capital appreciation over medium to long-term by investing mainly in listed equities and other approved investments, which harmonise with Islamic philosophy and laws.
This fund is suitable if you:
- Are risk tolerant and seek higher returns for their investments that comply with Shariah requirements
- Are seeking medium to long-term investment.
Terms & Conditions Apply
- Fund Type : Growth
- Investment Manager : David Ng Kong Cheong and Teo Keet Ying
- Trustee : HSBC (Malaysia) Trustee Berhad
- Benchmark : FTSE Bursa Malaysia Emas Shariah Index (FBMSHA)
- Launch Date : 08 October 2002
- Initial Offer Price (NAV per unit): RM0.50
- Approved Fund Size (RM) : 300 million
- Investment Time Horizon : Have a medium to long-term investment horizon
- Minimum Initial Investment : RM1000
- Minimum Additional Investment : RM100
- Distribution Policy : Any income earned by the Fund is to be reinvested. However, incidental distribution may be declared whenever is appropriate.
- Cooling-off Period : For qualified investors, within 6 Business Days from the day the initial application of units is received by the Manager.
- EPF Approved : Yes
- Initial Service Charge : 5.5% of the NAV per unit
- Annual Management Fee : 1.50% per annum of the NAV of Fund
- Annual Trustee Fee : 0.07% per annum (including local custodian fee but excluding foreign sub-custodian fee) of the NAV of the Fund, subject to a minimum of RM18,000 per annum
- Repurchase / Redemption Fee : Nil
- Switching Fee : Nil
How to Apply?
Call us at 1300 880 900 or +603 22956100
Email us at email@example.com
*This page contains information sourced on 30 Dec 2010. Please check with the bank for the latest updates.
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