BIMB Funds

There are 6 Funds under BIMB Investment i.e.:

  • BIMB Invest Money Market Fund

The Money Market Fund is meant for companies who wish to invest some of their existing funds in the Syariah compliant money market. It has low risk profile. The objective of the BIMB Invest Money Market fund is to provide unit holders with regular income stream and high liquidity to meet their cash flow requirement while maintaining capital preservation and stability.

 

  • ASBI Dana Al-Fakhim

Al-Fakhim is an Income Fund. It has a low risk profile. Therefore it is suitable for people who has low risk tolerance and prefer annual income. The objective of ASBI Dana Al-Fakhim is to payout all or substantially all of its investment income each year to Unit Holders (investors).

 

  • ASBI Dana Al-Munsif

Al-Munsif is a ‘Balanced Fund’ where it provides both income and growth to the investment. It has a moderate risk profile. The objective of ASBI Dana Al-Munsif is to payout annual income distribution to Unit Holders (investors) if sufficient income has been accumulated during the year.

 

  • ASBI Dana Al-Falah

Al-Falah is an Equity Fund. It provides growth to the investment. It has moderate to high risk profile. The obective of ASBI Dana Al-Falah is for the distribution income (if any) to be reinvested for long term capital growth.

 

  • BIMB i-Growth

i-Growth, as the name portrays, is an Equity Fund which provides agressive growth to the investment. It has high risk profile. The objective of BIMB i-Growth is to payout annual income distribution to Unit Holders if sufficient investment income has been accumulated during the year.

 

  • BIMB i-Dividend

i-Dividend is an aggressive income and growth fund. About 70% – 98% of the Fund’s NAV is in Shariah-compliant equities listed on BURSA Malaysia and about 2% – 30% in cash and cash equivalent. The objective of i-Dividend is to provide investors with a combination of steady and recurring income and capital growth in the medium to long term through investments in Shariah-compliant dividend yielding equities.

If you need further clarification on the Funds, Contact Us.

On How to Invest in the Funds, click HERE.

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by mohd yasin mohd salleh on January 17, 2012 at 9:53 am

    The 5 percent management fees for purchases is considered high when compared with ASN which is 3 percent.

    Reply

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