MIDF Amanah Money Market Fund

MIDF Amanah Money Market Fund
Type
Bond
Company
MIDF Amanah Asset Mgmt Bhd
Investment Manager
Amanah SSCM Asset Mgmt Bhd
Launch Date
24-Jan-1984

Overview

Objective

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.

Investor Profile

Suitable for investors who prefer investing in instruments that provides relative safety of principal and a consistent stream of income.

Strategy

The strategy is to invest in Malaysian Government Bonds, Corporate Bonds, Warrants, Loan Stocks and Convertibles and other Money Market Securities.

Asset allocation:

  • Up to 95% in short and/or long term fixed income instruments.

Fees & Transactions

Fees & Charges
Sales Charge 0.00%
Redemption FeeNone
Switching FeeRM25 (From Bond to Equity Fund, sales charge will also be included.)
Free Switches Yearly2
Annual Management Fee1%
Transactions (Minimum)
InvestmentInitial: RM500
Additional: RM50
Regular InvestmentInitial: N/A
Additional: N/A
Account Balance 100 units
Switching 1,000 units

Downloads

Fund Documents
Prospectus Master ProspectusSupplementary Prospectus

 

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