CIMB Islamic Global Sukuk Fund (Class SGD)

Fund Performance

General Information

The Fund seeks to maximize total return over the medium to long term through a combination of capital growth and income. It is established with a multi-class structure and is allowed to establish new Class(es) from time to time without your prior consent.

 

Fund is suitable for investor who:

  • have a medium to long term investment horizon;
  • want a diversified portfolio of Shariah-compliant fixed income securities globally.

Fund Details

Distribution Policy Class SGD : The Manager have the discretion to make income distribution on an ad-hoc basis, taking into consideration the level of its realised income and/or realised gains, as well as the performance of the Fund. The Manager also have the right to make provisions for reserves in respect of distribution of the Class.
Investment Time Horizon Recommended 5 years or more.
Initial Investment Minimum SGD500.
Additional Investment SGD100 or more at any time.
Cooling off period You have six (6) Business Days after your initial investment (i.e. the date the application is received by Principal Asset Management) to reconsider its appropriateness for your needs. Within this period, you may withdraw your investment at the NAV per unit on the day the units were first purchased and have the Application Fee (if any) repaid. Please note that the cooling-off right is only given to an investor who is investing with Principal Asset Management or any Approved Distributor for the first time.

However, corporations/institutions, Principal Asset Management’s staff and person(s) registered to deal in unit trust of Principal Asset Management or any Approved Distributor are not entitled to the cooling-off right.
Redemption/Withdrawal 400 units.
Launch Date 15 May 2019

Fund Partner

  • Principal Distributors

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Fund Fees

Application Fees Up to 2% of the NAV per unit
Annual Fees Management Fee: Up to 1% per annum of the NAV
Trustee Fee: 0.04% per annum of the NAV
Switching Fees

Since switching is treated as a withdrawal from one class or fund and an investment into another class or fund, you will be charged a Switching Fee equal to the difference (if any) between the Application Fees of the Class and Application Fees of the other class or fund. Switching Fee will not be charged if the class or fund to be switched into has a lower Application Fee. The Manager may impose SGD35 administrative fee for every switch made out of any of the Principal Funds. You may negotiate to lower the Switching Fee and/or administrative fee. The Manager also have the discretion to waive the Switching Fee and/or administrative fees.