Max InvestSave

CIMB is having a new promotion for their long-term investment fund, Max InvestSave. This is the third promotion since the fund was launched in October 2008.

CIMB Max InvestSave Bonanza Promotion period are from 4 April 2011 until 31 August 2011. During the promotion period investors will earn free bonus units up to 30% for every investment or top-up made. However, it is only applicable for minimum investments of RM5,000 plus a minimum Periodical Payment Instruction (PPI) of RM200 monthly.

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CIMB Max InvestSave PSSIA-i was launched in October 2008 but only recently the function to view, invest more or make redemption are available in CIMBClicks. The functions is very useful for Max InvestSave account holder.

If you are not familiar with CIMB Max InvestSave PSSIA-i kindly go to “CIMB MaxInvestSave” page to read more about these funds. To view historical Reference Index Value (RIV), you can browse RIV Charts for Max InvestSave page.

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CIMB Max InvestSave was launched in October 2008. CIMB updated the latest unit price or Reference Index Value (RIV) almost weekly and upload it in their webpage.

The chart below are the Reference Index Value (RIV) for all 4 funds under CIMB Max InvestSave Capital Protected Investment Account. The figures are based on data published by CIMB Islamic.

In conjunction with first year anniversary for Max InvestSave, CIMB is having a special promotion which will ends on the 31st December 2009.

For those who are not familiar with Max InvestSave investment, you can find more information in CIMB Max InvestSave Investment Funds.

There are 4 different promotions going on concurrently. They are;

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CIMB Max InvestSave is a long-term investments which allow the investor to meet future financial needs such as retirement, education fund or to protect from inflation. It was launched on October 2008

Unlike ordinary investment funds, Max InvestSave locks-in the highest returns refer by Reference Index Value (RIV) achieved during the chosen tenure. At maturity, you are protected on your maximum returns as well as from any adverse fluctuations that may have occurred. The graph below explain the concept.

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