Nomura Global Shariah Sustainable Equity Fund
The Fund aims to achieve long-term capital growth.
As the Fund is a qualified SRI Fund, the Fund invests in businesses and/or Islamic collective investment schemes that provide a positive impact on the sustainable development of society in accordance to the United Nation Sustainable Development Goals.
The Fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing a minimum of 70% of its NAV in Shariah-compliant equities and Shariah-compliant equity-related securities such as Shariah-compliant American Depositary Receipts, Shariah-compliant Global Depositary Receipts, Shariah-compliant Non-Voting Depositary Receipts, Shariah-compliant Participatory Notes, Shariah-compliant rights issues and Shariah-compliant warrants listed in the global markets. Up to 30% of the Fund’s NAV will be invested in Islamic liquid assets such as Islamic money market instruments, Islamic deposits and/or held in cash for liquidity purposes.
The Fund may also invest a maximum of 20% of the Fund’s NAV in Islamic collective investment schemes to access investment opportunities which are not available through direct investment in Shariah-compliant equities and Shariah-compliant equity-related securities.
Leslie Yap, CFA
Designated Fund Manager
Leslie is the Head of Investments in NAMM and is the designated person responsible for the fund management of the Fund. He oversees the developed markets equities team based in Kuala Lumpur and is responsible for the investment management of developed markets equities (including ethical and Shariah-compliant listed equities). Leslie’s team works closely with
Nomura Asset Management’s London office where dedicated global sector specialists sit. Leslie is also a contributing member of a number of investment committees within the Nomura Asset Management group.
Leslie brings with him over 19 years of industry experience in the area of funds management and research coverage. He was managing Malaysian equities fund for a local insurance company prior to relocating to a research house in Shanghai where he expanded his research coverage to include Hong Kong and Chinese companies. Leslie holds a Bachelor of engineering in Manufacturing and Operations Management from the University of Nottingham in United Kingdom. Leslie also holds a Capital Markets Services Representative Licence.
Fund Category : Equity (Shariah-compliant)
A Shariah-compliant global SRI fund
Dow Jones Islamic Market Developed Markets Index
A minimum of 70% of the Fund’s NAV to be invested in Shariah-compliant equities and Shariah-compliant equity-related securities; and
A maximum of 30% of the Fund’s NAV to be invested in Islamic money market instruments, Islamic deposits and/or held in cash.
The Fund is suitable for investors who are seeking long-term capital growth and who are prepared to accept a
moderate level of volatility.
MYR Class A
USD Class A
Minimum Initial Investment – MYR 1,000 (MYR Class A), USD 1,000 (USD Class A)
Minimum Subsequent Investment – MYR 500 (MYR Class A), USD 500 (USD Class A)
Nomura Global Shariah Sustainable Equity Fund is distributed by distribution partners below:
Philip Mutual Berhad (e-host)
UOB Kay Hian Securities
TA Investment Management
Fees & Charges
Up to 3.00% of the NAV per Unit
Up to 1.60% per annum of the NAV of each Class
Up to 0.05% per annum of the NAV of the Fund and subject to a minimum fee of RM15,000 per annum
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Product Highlight Sheet
Fund Factsheet (Class USD)
Fund Factsheet (Class MYR)
Account Opening Form
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