Fund Information

DAILY FUND PRICE

Closing as at: 29 Nov 2022

NAV per Unit (RM) Change (RM) Change (%)
1.0360 0.0003 0.0290
  Key Features of The Fund
The Fund AmanahRaya Syariah Trust Fund
Fund Category Sukuk
Fund Type Growth and Income
Base Currency MYR
Launch Date 21 September 2006
Investment Objective ARSTF aims to provide regular income and capital growth over the medium to long-term through investments predominantly in sukuk, Islamic money market instruments and Trust Accounts.

ANY MATERIAL CHANGES TO THE FUND OBJECTIVES WOULD REQUIRE UNIT HOLDERS’ APPROVAL.

Investment Policy and Strategy ARSTF will invest a minimum of 70% of the Fund’s NAV in Ringgit and foreign currency sukuk rated at least ‘A’ or ‘P2’ by RAM or its MARC equivalent rating or A- by S&P, or its Moodys and Fitch equivalent rating (maximum 30% of Fund’s NAV in Islamic money market instruments). The Fund may invest up to 30% of the Fund’s NAV into ARB’s Common Fund via Institutional Trust Account and/or other Trust Accounts that comply with Shariah requirements.

The risk management strategies and techniques employed by the Manager include diversification of the Fund’s asset allocation in terms of its exposure to various industries, sectors and sukuk classes/type of Shariah-compliant investment (i.e. Sukuk and Islamic Money Market instruments).

For the Fund’s trading policy, the Manager will maintain a core holding for the Fund, which it intends to hold over a medium to long-term investment horizon bias, which is similar to a buy and hold philosophy. At the same time, the Manager may also take advantage of prevailing market conditions to trade sukuk when opportunity arises to assist the Fund in meeting its objective.

General Risk
  • Market Risk
  • Liquidity Risk
  • Inflation Risk
  • Manager’s Risk
  • Credit and Default Risk
  • Loan Financing Risk
Specific Risks
  • Sukuk issuer risk
  • Interest rate risk
Investor Profile It is suitable for investors seeking:
  • a moderate to low risk investment that has exposure in sukuk, Islamic money market instruments and Trust Accounts that comply with Shariah requirements;
  • a fund that aims to provide regular income stream; and/or
  • a fund that aims for long-term capital growth.
Benchmark 70% quant shop GII Index (Medium Sub – Index) + 30% 12-months GIA

The structure of the above benchmark is referring to the investment strategy of the Fund. The risk profile of the performance benchmark is not the same as the risk profile of the Fund.

You can obtain the information on the benchmark from the quant shop website (www.quantshop.com) and maybank2u website (http://www.maybank2u.com.my). For further details on the benchmark, you may obtain the information from the Manager upon request.

Financial Year End 31 August
Trustee CIMB Islamic Trustee Berhad
Shariah Adviser BIMB Securities Sdn Bhd