13 August 2012

New Fund: AmAdvantage Asia Pacific ex Japan Dividend

Wanted to diversify your investment portfolio especially on dividend based investments? You may look into this newly launched fund by AmMutual named AmAdvantage Asia Pacific ex-Japan Dividend Fund, a fund managed by AmInvestment Services Berhad.

The Fund is a feeder fund, which will invest into the  HSBC Global Investment Funds  – Asia Pacific ex Japan Equity High Dividend (the “Target Fund”), a sub-fund of the  HSBC Global Investment Funds domiciled in Luxembourg. The Fund seeks to provide income and long term capital growth by investing in the Target Fund which has an investment focus on Asia Pacific ex Japan equities.

The Fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing a minimum of 95% of the Fund’s NAV in the distribution share class in the HSBC Global Investment Funds – Asia Pacific ex Japan Equity High Dividend at all times. This implies that the Fund has a passive strategy.

More about the Target Fund

The Target Fund was launched on 5th November 2004 and the total fund size of the Target Fund is  USD  170.78  million as at 31st December  2011. The Target Fund is regulated by Luxembourg Supervisory Authority, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier. 

Other than that, what's more important than the fund's past performance?

AmAdvantage Asia Pacific ex Japan Dividend is suitable for investors who seek:
  • regular income in their investment; 
  • long term capital growth on their investment; 
  • participation in the upside potential of the Asia Pacific ex Japan market; and 
  • medium to high risk investment vehicle. 

Source: AmMutual
Click here to download the fund prospectus

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