|Fund Key Data|
|Manager||MIDF Amanah Asset Mgmt Bhd|
|Date Launched||January 24, 1984|
|Approved Fund Size||50,000,000|
|Fund Price as at August 22, 2014|
|Daily prices courtesy of TheEdge Financial Daily|
To provide medium to long term investors with a high level of income and security of principal.
Financial Year End: November 15.
Distribution policy: Annually, if any.
Initially known as AUTB Bond Fund, then known as MIDF Amanah Bond Fund.
Suitable for investors who prefer investing in instruments that provides relative safety of principal and a consistent stream of income.
The strategy is to invest in Malaysian Government Bonds, Corporate Bonds, Warrants, Loan Stocks and Convertibles and other Money Market Securities.
- Up to 95% in short and/or long term fixed income instruments.
|Fees & Charges|
|Switching Fee||RM25 (From Bond to Equity Fund, sales charge will also be included.)|
|Free Switches Yearly||2|
|Annual Management Fee||1%|
|Management Expense Ratio (MER)||1.44%|
|Investment||Initial: RM500 |
|Regular Investment||Initial: N/A|
|Account Balance||100 units|
|Prospectus||Master ProspectusSupplementary Prospectus|
|Fund Performance as at 2013-12-31|
|1 Month Return|
|6 Month Return||-2.96914418785 %|
|1 Year Return||-2.45805696449 %|
|3 Year Return||0.140196274785 %|
|5 Year Return||1.89525168127 %|
|As published in the The Edge-Lipper Fund Performance Ranking Tables|
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