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PMB Shariah Premier Fund Report - February 2018

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PMB Shariah Premier Fund Report - February 2018

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  1. Fund Fact Sheet As At 28 February 2018 INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE The objective of the Fund is to provide opportunities for investors to achieve capital growth over the medium to long term period through investment in any of the 50 largest Shariah-compliant stocks by market capitalization (at the time of purchase) listed on the Bursa Malaysia. INVESTOR PROFILE The Fund is suitable for investors who have a moderate risk tolerance level, medium to long term investment horizon and seeking capital growth from Shariah-compliant fund that invests in large capitalized stocks that conforms to Shariah principles. INVESTMENT STRATEGY To achieve its objective, the Fund shall invest primarily in a diversified portfolio among any of the 50 largest Shariah-compliant stocks in terms of market capitalization (at the point of purchase) listed on Bursa Malaysia. The Fund may invest not more than 30% of its NAV in any of the next top 25 largest listed companies based on market capitalization. NAV-NAV prices & assuming reinvestment for the Fund, gross investment based in RM. Performance figures are sourced from Lipper. FUND DETAILS Category Equity (Shariah) Type Growth NAV RM 0.3615 Total Returns Fund Size RM 66.96 million Fund Currency Ringgit Malaysia Fund Inception 14 August 1972 Re-launched Date 15 January 2013 Management Fee 1.5% per annum of the NAV before taking into account the annual management fee and the trustee fee accrued for the valuation day. Trustee Fee 0.1% per annum of the NAV before taking into account the annual management fee and the trustee fee accrued for the valuation day. Repurchase Charge Per Unit Nil Sales Charge Per Unit 6% Redemption Payment Period Up to 10 days Distribution Frequency The distribution is incidental. PERFORMANCE RECORD 3-Month (%) 6-Month (%) 1-Year (%) 3-Year (%) 5-Year (%) Fund 6.95 13.75 24.28 32.77 52.26 FBM Emas Shariah 3.93 5.32 8.39 2.34 20.91 Source: Lipper ASSET AND SECTOR ALLOCATION AS AT 28 FEBRUARY 2018 TOP FIVE EQUITY HOLDING COUNTERS Nestle (M) Berhad Hartalega Holdings Berhad DISTRIBUTIONS AND UNIT SPLIT FOR THE PAST THREE FINANCIAL YEARS Years Net Distribution (sen/unit) Unit Split (ratio) 2017 Unit distribution equivalent to 1.50 (sen) per unit - 2016 Unit distribution equivalent to 2.00 (sen) per unit - 2015 Unit distribution equivalent to 2.30 (sen) per unit - Inari Amertron Berhad Top Glove Corporation Berhad QL Resources Berhad Note to Prospective Investors: Before investing you are advised to read and understand the contents of the Master Prospectus dated 28 April 2017 which had been registered with the Securities Commission Malaysia. Any issue of units to which the Prospectus relate to, will only be made on receipt of the application form referred to in and accompanying the Prospectus. The Prospectus is obtainable from PMB Investment Head Office or authorized agents of PMB Investment or the nearest PMB Investment Regional Offices. You should consider the fees and charges involved. The prices of units and distributions payable (if any) may go down as well as up. Past performance of the Fund is not indicative of its future performance. Investments in the Fund are subject to Equity Market Risk, Stock Specific Risk, Shariah Status Reclassification Risk and Equity-related Securities Risk. Product Highlight Sheet (PHS) is also available and you have the right to request for it. The PHS and any other product disclosure document should be read and understood before making any investment decision. Where a unit split / distribution is declared, investors are advised that the following issue of additional units / distribution, the net asset value per unit will be reduced from pre-unit split NAV / cumdistribution NAV to post unit split NAV / ex-distribution NAV. If there is a declaration of unit split the value of their investment in Malaysian Ringgit terms will remain unchanged after the distribution of the additional units. *Volatility Disclaimer Statement – Refer to page 16 9 9