Nomura i-Cash Fund
The Fund seeks to provide investors with regular income distributions through investments in Islamic deposits, Islamic placement of money at call, general investment accounts and Islamic negotiable instruments.
The Fund seeks to provide investors with regular income distributions through investments in Islamic deposits, Islamic placement of money at call, General Investment Accounts and Islamic Negotiable instruments.
The Fund will be managed in accordance with Shariah requirements and thus the investments to be made by the Fund will also follow Shariah requirements. In that respect, the Fund will invest in Islamic deposits such as Islamic placement of money at call and/or Islamic money market instruments such as general investment accounts and Islamic negotiable instruments. The combination of these instruments may allow the Manager to obtain higher returns over a one year investment horizon compared to merely placing monies in Islamic deposits. The Manager will actively manage the permitted investments and maturity structure of the investments in the Fund to optimise return for investors in accordance to the interest rates outlook and analysis.
Joel Lim / Designated Fund Manager
Joel joined NAMM’s Fixed Income team in August 2013. He has been involved in credit analysis,
macroeconomic research and portfolio management. Prior to joining NAMM, he was an equity
analyst with a local asset management firm for 2 years.
He earned a Bachelor of Actuarial Studies from the Australian National University, Australia. He
holds a Capital Markets Services Representative’s Licence for fund management under the CMSA.
Money Market (Islamic)
BNM Islamic Interbank Overnight Rate
A maximum of 100% of the Fund’s NAV to be invested in Islamic deposits and/or Islamic money market instruments with a remaining maturity period of not more than 397 days.
The Fund is for investors who are seeking for a portfolio of investments that adhere to Shariah principles, require a high level of liquidity, have a short-term investment horizon of 1-year and below, and have a low risk tolerance.
Minimum Initial Investment – MYR 10,000
Minimum Subsequent Investment – MYR 5,000
Nomura i-Cash Fund is distributed by distribution partners below:
Philip Mutual Berhad (e-host)
UOB Kay Hian Securities
Kenanga Investors Berhad
Fees & Charges
Up to 0.25% per annum of the NAV of the Fund
Up to 0.025% per annum of the NAV of the Fund, subject to a minimum fee of RM12,000 per annum
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