Nomura Global Dynamic Bond Fund

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The Fund aims to achieve long term capital growth by investing in a collective investment scheme which invests primarily in foreign fixed income securities.

The Fund will be investing a minimum of 80% of the Fund’s NAV into the Target Fund and a maximum of 20% of the Fund’s NAV into money market instruments, fixed deposit with financial institutions and/or other liquid assets.

We may take temporary defensive positions that may be inconsistent with the Fund’s principal strategy by reducing its investment into the Target Fund and raise liquidity levels of the Fund during adverse market condition to protect Unit Holders’ interest. In raising the Fund’s liquidity levels, we may also invest into collective investment schemes that are able to meet this objective.

Investment Strategy

Investment Manager

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Eugene Martin

Designated Fund Manager

Eugene joined NAMM in August 2019 as Portfolio Manager attached to the Malaysian Fixed Income and Global Sukuk team. Prior to joining NAMM, Eugene was a strategist fir Fixed Income Currenct and Commodities of CIMB Investment Bank. He was also Fund Manager and Senior Credit Analyst for AmFunds Management. As Portfolio Manager at NAMM, Eugene is a contributing member of the Emerging Bond Investment meetings held regularly and jointly with other Emerging Bond market specialist from Nomura Asset Management offices in New York, Singapore, Tokyo, London, and Frankfurt. Eugene holds a Masters of Applied Economics from the Australian national University and a Bachelor in Health Science (Hons) Biomedicine from Universiti Sains Malaysia.

Key Facts


Fund Type

Global Fixed Income (Wholesale Fund)


Asset Allocation

At least 80% in the Target Fund
Up to 20% in liquid assets for liquidity purposes.


Target Investors

The Fund is suitable for Sophisticated Investors who are seeking long term capital growth.


Share Class

Class USD
Class MYR


Transaction Details

Minimum Initial Investment – MYR 10,000/USD 5,000
Minimum Subsequent Investment – MYR 5,000/USD 1,000

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Fees & Charges

Application Fee

Up to 3.00% of the NAV per unit

Management fee

Up to 1.40% per annum of the NAV

Trustee fee

0.03% per annum of the NAV of the Fund subject to a minimum of RM12,000 per annum (including local custodian fees and
charges but excluding foreign sub-custodian fees charges)

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