Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) through Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad, launched Amanah Saham Didik (ASD) fund on the 20th of April 2001. The fund objective is to provide investment opportunity that generates reasonable long-term growth and return.
ASD is a equity growth fund with fixed-price at RM1.00 per unit. The allocated fund size is 4.5 billion units and it is open to all Malaysian Bumiputera. It is also eligible for EPF withdrawal.
The table below is the historical dividend rate since the fund was launched in 2001. However, the first dividend payment is made in 2002. This table is no longer maintained, for the latest dividend rate kindly refer to this page.
Do you know how big is Malaysian Banks in terms of their assets size, loans size or market capitalization? Which banks biggest & which one is the smallest? With the recent news that Hong Leong Bank going to acquire EON Bank, it is interesting to see the ranking of Malaysian Banks.
The table below shows Malaysian Banks ranking based on their assets size, loan size & market capitalization as at the end of 2009. International banks and non-public listed are excluded from the lists.
The following rankings are for the bankruptcies since 1980, as provided by New Generation Research. Asset figures are taken from each company’s most recent annual report filed before its bankruptcy petition.
Rank 1 – Lehman Brothers Holdings
Date of bankruptcy filing: 15th September 2008
Assets: $691 billion