Unit Trust & ETF


MyETFMyETF Thomson Reuters Asia Pacific ex-Japan Agribusiness or MyETF-AGRI is an Islamic exchange traded fund (ETF) is scheduled to be listed in Main Market of Bursa Malaysia on 3rd December 2015. The Islamic ETF fund will have a fund size of 500 million units with an initial issue price of RM1 per unit.

ETFs are essentially unit trust schemes that are listed and traded on a stock exchange. They are open-ended with a unique in-kind creation and redemption mechanism supported by a system of participating dealers and liquidity providers.

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MyETFMyETF MSCI SEA Islamic Dividend is an Islamic exchange traded fund (ETF) is scheduled to be listed in Main Market of Bursa Malaysia on 7th May 2015. The Islamic ETF fund will have a fund size of 500 million units with an initial issue price of RM1 per unit.

ETFs are essentially unit trust schemes that are listed and traded on a stock exchange. They are open-ended with a unique in-kind creation and redemption mechanism supported by a system of participating dealers and liquidity providers.

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Units trusts are one of the most popular methods of investment. It potentially generates higher returns when compare to fixed deposit or EPF saving. In the past few years, the number of approved unit trust funds, growth steadily.

The table below are the statistics of unit trust funds in Malaysia, including the number of approved fund management companies, no of approved funds, total Net Asset Value (NAV) and its percentage to Bursa Malaysia market capitalization. The data was at 31st December 2013.

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AHB

Amanah Hartanah Bumiputera (AHB) was launched in November 2010 with the aim to enable Bumiputera investors to own real-estate assets at prime location.

With an initial fund size of RM1 billion, it was fully subscribed within a few months after launching. There is a plan to increase the fund size by another RM500 million. Bumiputera may subscribed to the fund either own cash or loan facility. The first-year dividend income is at 6.5 percent per annum.

At the financial year end of 30 September 2011, AHB has 55,827 unitholders & 5 assets worth RM800 million while the remaining  RM200 million are in cash.

Total profit for the same period was RM60.2 million. Profit from assests least was RM54.4 million while the remaining 5.8 million was from a bank deposit.

The tables below are AHB’s assets list and unitholders distribution.

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Amanah Hartanah Bumipureta

Pelaburan Hartanah Bhd (PHB), has announced a final interim dividend of 3.25 sen per unit for Amanah Hartanah Bumiputera Unit Trust Fund (AHB) for the period of six months ended 30th September 2011 which also its financial year end.

The total dividend for year 2011 is 5.42 sen for 10-month periods. It would translate to 6.5 percent annual return and comparable with the funds managed by Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad.

The income distribution is tax-exempted and will be directly credited into the unit holders associated bank accounts on 19th October 2011.

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