A mutual fund is a professionally managed investment fund that pools money from many individual investors in order to purchase and invest in securities such as stocks and bonds. Mutual funds are best held long-term especially for mutual funds that have investment objectives of capital growth such as equity funds
- Wealth creation
- Diversified investments
- Professional management
- Liquidity and convenience
Mutual funds are subject to market risks, and there is still a chance that you will get back less than your original investment as a result of a declining NAV for the fund
- Income earned from dividends
- Increase in the price of securities
- Increase in fund share price
Net Asset Value (NAV) represents the per share/unit price of the fund on a specific time or date.
High-water mark is the highest value an investment fund has reached. Performance-based fee is only charged on the increase in portfolio value in excess of the previously achieved high-water mark. This prevents double-fee from occurring and ensures that investor do not pay performance fees for poor performance.
When an investment is risky, it is volatile. The higher the potential return from an investment, the higher the volatility.
A type of estimate that may contain the true value of an unknown parameter.
We have a lock-up period of 1 year for all our funds.
To guide all our investors, the fund charges a 2% Management fee, a 0.25% admin fee, and a performance fee of 10% of high-water mark. Mutual funds have prescribed holding periods. If you choose to redeem your shares earlier than the holding period, there will be an applicable early redemption/exit fee.
Investors may withdraw their money anytime but if they withdraw within the first year, a 5% penalty fee is charged.
There is no guaranteed rate of return.
- Face-to-face meeting
- 2 Valid government issued IDs
- Proof of address
- Complete investor forms (FATCA)
- Any other additional requirements that the fund may require from you