Aberdeen Islamic Asset Management Sdn Bhd

Aberdeen Asset Management PLC is a global investment management group, managing assets for both institutional and retail clients from offices around the world. They operate independently and only manage assets for third parties, allowing they to focus solely on their needs, without conflicts of interest.

Their clients access their investment expertise in equities, fixed income, property and alternatives, via segregated and pooled products. They invest worldwide and follow a predominantly long-only approach, based on fundamentally sound investments.

Aberdeen Islamic Asset Management Sdn Bhd (AIAMSB) is a locally incorporated foreign financial institution involved in Islamic asset management. They were awarded the Islamic fund management licence in March 2009 and is a wholly- owned subsidiary of Aberdeen Asset Management Sdn Bhd (AAMSB). Their goal is to manage funds sourced from around the world in accordance with Shariah requirements by using the Group’s international presence.

Fund Closing Date NAV
Aberdeen Islamic Malaysia Equity Fund 16/05/2014 1.1999
Aberdeen Islamic World Equity Fund


Warning Statement!
This compilation is prepared by Phillip Mutual Berhad in its capacity as an institutional unit trust agent for specific Funds managed by Aberdeen Islamic Asset Mgt Sdn Bhd . We recommend that you read and understand the contents of the Aberdeen Islamic Asset Mgt Sdn Bhd ”s Master Prospectus for the Funds that has been registered with the Securities Commission before investing. This Master Prospectus is obtainable at any of our offices.
Please consider the fees and charges involved before investing. The price of units and distributions payable, if any, may rise or fall and past performance of the Funds is not indicative of its future performance. Any issue of units to which the Master Prospectus relates will only be made on receipt of the Application Form referred to in and accompanying the Master Prospectus and subject to terms and conditions therein. You are also advised to read and understand the contents of the Unit Trust Loan Financing Risk Disclosure Statement before deciding to borrow to purchase units.