Nomura Global Shariah Strategic Growth Fund
The objective of the Fund is to achieve long-term capital growth, primarily through the Fund’s investment in foreign Shariah-compliant equities, Shariah-compliant sukuk, Shariah-compliant collective investment schemes, and Islamic money markets instruments.
Nomura Global Shariah Strategic Growth Fund seeks to achieve long-term capital growth, primarily through the Fund’s investment in foreign Shariah-compliant equities, Shariah-compliant sukuk, Shariah-compliant collective investment schemes, and Islamic money markets instruments.
The Manager will deploy its multi-asset framework that is designed to derive the optimal asset allocation between the Fund’s underlying asset classes: global equities, sukuk, and cash. Asset allocation is optimised to navigate the different market cycles throughout the investment life of the Fund to ensure that the Fund can achieve the targeted annual return and prioritise the preservation of the Unit Holder’s capital.
Why Nomura Global Shariah Strategic Growth Fund?
Malaysian investors deserve to be equipped with the means to invest for a better future. With the Nomura Global Shariah Strategic Growth Fund, we offer personalised investment strategies that will generate stable returns whilst complying with principles of Islamic finance.
In our goal to ensure your pension planning remains Simple, Affordable and Transparent, we also provide an exclusive letter series for our investors to keep you well-informed on the market and fund’s activities.
Hisham Hamzah, CFA
Designated Fund Manager
Hisham spent over 10 years honing his investment skills in the UK, where he worked at Lansdowne Partners (a prominent Hedge fund in London), Redburn (an Equity Brokerage firm) and Ernst & Young UK. He returned home to be closer to his family and joined Nomura Asset Management Malaysia in 2017. Hisham is a Chartered Account and Chartered Financial Analyst holder.
Shariah-Compliant (Wholesale Fund)
Absolute return of 6% per annum.
0% to 100% – Foreign Shariah-compliant equities
0% to 100% – Shariah-compliant sukuk and Islamic money market instruments
0% to 100% – Shariah-compliant collective investment schemes
The Fund is suitable for Sophisticated Investors
Minimum initial investment – MYR 500,000 / MYR 10,000
Minimum subsequent Investment – MYR 10,000 / MYR 5,000
Fees & Charges
Class A – Up to 1.20% per annum
Class B – Up to 1.50% per annum
0.04% per annum of the NAV of the Fund subject to a minimum of RM15,000 per annum (excluding foreign custodian fees and
charges, if any)
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Prospectus / Information Memorandum
Product Highlight Sheet
Semi / Quarterly Report
The marketing materials appeared on this website were prepared by Nomura Asset Management Malaysia (Registration No.: 200601028939 (748695-A), for information purposes only and is not intended as an offer, solicitation or recommendation with respect to the purchase or sale of any particular investment. These materials have not been reviewed by the Securities Commission Malaysia (“SC”). Before investing, investors are advised to read and understand the contents of Nomura Global Shariah Strategic Growth Fund (“Fund”)’s Information Memorandum dated [22 May 2020] (“IM”) and Product Highlights Sheet (“PHS”) which highlights the key features and risks of the Fund. Both the IM and PHS have been lodged with the SC but it should not be taken to indicate that SC recommends the Fund. SC takes no responsibility for the contents of the IM, the PHS and any marketing material appearing on this website; makes no representations as to their accuracy or completeness; and expressly disclaims all liability arising from, or in reliance upon the whole or any part of their contents. Copies of the IM and PHS can be obtained from our office or on this website, and application for units can only be made on receipt of an application form referred to and accompanying a copy of the IM. Among others, investors should be aware: i) of the risks and costs involved in investing in the Fund; ii) that the price of units (in the Fund) and distributions payable (if any) may go down as well as up; and iii) that past performance of the Fund and target fund (if any) should not be taken as an indication of its future performance. Investors should make their own risk assessment and seek professional advice, where necessary.