"We are an active long-term fundamental fund manager with consistent drive to achieve above average performance".

“MIDF Amanah” provides fund management services to statutory bodies, private pension funds, takaful companies, state government-related funds, charities and foundations, and corporations. It is one of the asset management companies in Malaysia whose investment mandates include equity, fixed income and balanced portfolios. We also manage portfolios based on specific requirements, such as Shariah, ethical and trustee.

Our team has extensive experience in local markets managing both Shariah and Conventional investment portfolios.

We understand the client's risks profile and tailor-make investment solutions which suit each individual client. We instil a culture of integrity and have robust investment process and systems to ensure portfolios are managed according to high ethical and governance standards.

As at 3 January 2017, MIDF Amanah manages 22 private funds, 6 units trust funds and 5 wholesale funds with total funds valued at approximately RM4.60 billion backed by 18 employees of whom 14 are executive staff and 4 are non-executive staff.

Board of Directors Investment Committee Shariah Adviser Manager's Delegates Financial Position

Unit Trust Funds

The overall investment strategy for the Fund focuses on implementing appropriate asset allocation and securities selection based on the prevailing investment outlook at that time.

Daily Fund Prices

FUNDS NAV PER UNIT (RM) CHANGES (RM)
MIDF AMANAH GROWTH FUND,(formerly known as AUTB Investment Fund)  0.6177     0.0042
MIDF AMANAH STRATEGIC FUND,(formerly known as AUTB Progress Fund)  1.2150     0.0093
MIDF AMANAH ISLAMIC FUND,(formerly known as AUTB Dana Bakti)  0.3902     0.0015
MIDF AMANAH DYNAMIC FUND,(formerly known as AUTB Tactical Fund)  0.9009      -0.0015
MIDF AMANAH MONEY MARKET FUND,(formerly known as AUTB Bond Fund)  0.5000      0.0052
MIDF AMANAH SHARIAH MONEY MARKET FUND(formerly known as Dana Bon Amanah)  0.5000      0.0000
KLCI  1,723.54   + 2.86

 

MIDF Amanah Growth Fund:

The approved fund size of MAGF is three hundred million (300,000,000) units.

Inception Date : 2nd December 1966
Financial Year-End : 15th day of April
Type of Fund : Income and Growth
Category of Fund : Equity

Investment Objective of MAGF
The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve Long Term capital growth through investments in large, well established companies.

Note: Any material changes to the investment objective of the Fund would require the Unit Holders’ approval.

Investors’ Profile
MAGF is suitable for investors who are seeking Long Term capital growth and are prepared to assume a high level of stock market risks

Investment Policy and Strategy
The investment strategy is to seek Long Term capital appreciation by investing in shares of well established, high growth companies.

The overall investment strategy for the Fund focuses on implementing appropriate asset allocation and securities selection based on the prevailing investment outlook at that time. In other words, the Manager aims to employ the optimal combination of asset allocation and securities selection strategies for the Fund at any point of time. The Manager adopts a “Top Down” approach to asset allocation and a “Bottom Up” approach to securities selection.

Asset allocation decisions are arrived at after assessing the international and local economic and political environment as well as all other relevant factors. As for securities selection, the Manager uses various valuation yardsticks to value equities. Depending on the company’s business activity, sector characteristics and stage of economic cycle, some or all of these yardsticks may be used to value the equities. The stock selection strategy also involves identifying when changes occur in a company.

Risk Management Strategies
The Manager will utilise asset allocation to mitigate the overall investment risk to the Fund. Asset allocation allows for strategic switching of assets to protect the overall value of the Fund when necessary. Sector selection on the other hand provides the opportunity to diversify investment risk within an asset class. Furthermore, for equities, investment in any one stock is normally not more than 5% to 10% of the respective Fund as a matter of risk diversification.

Temporary Defensive Measures
The Manager may take temporary defensive positions that may be inconsistent with the Fund’s asset allocation in attempting to respond to adverse economic, political or any other market conditions. In such circumstances, the Manager may reallocate the Fund’s equity investments into other asset classes such as cash in bank and/or liquid assets.

Gearing Policy
The Fund shall not borrow cash or other assets (including the borrowing of securities) to finance the activities of the Fund or lend any of its cash or investments.

If you are interested to know more on this fund and its procedures on investment, redemption, switching, transfer or exercise the cooling off right, please contact our Customer Service.

MIDF Amanah Strategic Fund:

The approved fund size of MASF is three hundred million (300,000,000) units.

Inception date : 1st June 1970
Financial Year-End : 15th day of January
Type of Fund : Smallcap
Category of Fund : Equity


Investment Objective of MASF
The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve Long Term capital growth through investments in smaller, high growth companies.

Note: Any material changes to the investment objective of the Fund would require the Unit Holders’ approval.

Investors’ Profile
MASF is suitable for investors who are seeking Long Term capital growth and are prepared to take on a higher level of risk associated with investment in small capitalised stocks.

Investment Policy and Strategy

The investment strategy is to seek Long Term capital appreciation by investing in shares of smaller, high growth companies.

The overall investment strategy for the Fund focuses on implementing appropriate asset allocation and securities selection based on the prevailing investment outlook at that time. In other words, the Manager aims to employ the optimal combination of asset allocation and securities selection strategies for the Fund at any point of time. The Manager adopts a "Top Down" approach to asset allocation and a "Bottom Up" approach to securities selection.

Asset allocation decisions are arrived at after assessing the international and local economic and political environment as well as all other relevant factors. As for securities selection, the Manager uses various valuation yardsticks to value equities. Depending on the company's business activity, sector characteristics and stage of economic cycle, some or all of these yardsticks may be used to value the equities. The stock selection strategy also involves identifying when changes occur in a company.

Risk Management Strategies
The Manager will utilise asset allocation to mitigate the overall investment risk to the Fund. Asset allocation allows for strategic switching of assets to protect the overall value of the Fund when necessary. Sector selection on the other hand provides the opportunity to diversify investment risk within an asset class. Furthermore, for equities, investment in any one stock is normally not more than 5% to 10% of the respective Fund as a matter of risk diversification.

Temporary Defensive Measures
The Manager may take temporary defensive positions that may be inconsistent with the Fund’s asset allocation in attempting to respond to adverse economic, political or any other market conditions. In such circumstances, the Manager may reallocate the Fund’s equity investments into other asset classes such as cash in bank and/or liquid assets.

Gearing Policy
The Fund shall not borrow cash or other assets (including the borrowing of securities) to finance the activities of the Fund or lend any of its cash or investments.

If you are interested to know more on this fund and its procedures on investment, redemption, switching, transfer or exercise the cooling off right, please contact our Customer Service.

MIDF Amanah Dynamic Fund:
The approved fund size of MADF is three hundred million (300,000,000) units.

Inception Date : 5th May 1976
Financial Year-End : 15th day of March
Type of Fund : Growth
Category of Fund : Equity

Investment Objective of MADF
The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve Long Term capital growth through investments in equities with superior growth prospects.

Note: Any material changes to the investment objective of the Fund would require the Unit Holders’ approval.

Investors’ Profile
MADF is suitable for investors who are seeking Long Term capital growth and who can tolerate a high level of risks associated with stock market investments.

Investment Strategy
The investment strategy is to seek Long Term capital appreciation by investing in Malaysian equities, irrespective of their specific type, size or sector.

The overall investment strategy for the Fund focuses on implementing appropriate asset allocation and securities selection based on the prevailing investment outlook at that time. In other words, the Manager aims to employ the optimal combination of asset allocation and securities selection strategies for the Fund at any point of time. The Manager adopts a “Top Down” approach to asset allocation and a “Bottom Up” approach to securities selection.

Asset allocation decisions are arrived at after assessing the international and local economic and political environment as well as all other relevant factors. As for securities selection, the Manager uses various valuation yardsticks to value equities. Depending on the company’s business activity, sector characteristics and stage of economic cycle, some or all of these yardsticks may be used to value the equities. The stock selection strategy also involves identifying when changes occur in a company.

Risk Management Strategies
The Manager will utilise asset allocation to mitigate the overall investment risk to the Fund. Asset allocation allows for strategic switching of assets to protect the overall value of the Fund when necessary. Sector selection on the other hand provides the opportunity to diversify investment risk within an asset class. Furthermore, for equities, investment in any one stock is normally not more than 5% to 10% of the respective Fund as a matter of risk diversification.

Temporary Defensive Measures
The Manager may take temporary defensive positions that may be inconsistent with the Fund’s asset allocation in attempting to respond to adverse economic, political or any other market conditions. In such circumstances, the Manager may reallocate the Fund’s equity investments into other asset classes such as cash in bank and/or liquid assets.

Gearing Policy
The Fund shall not borrow cash or other assets (including the borrowing of securities) to finance the activities of the Fund or lend any of its cash or investments.

If you are interested to know more on this fund and its procedures on investment, redemption, switching, transfer or exercise the cooling off right, please contact our Customer Service.

MIDF Amanah Money Market Fund:

The approved fund size of MAMMF is fifty million (50,000,000) units.

Inception Date : 24th January 1984
Financial Year-End : 15th day of November
Type of Fund : Income
Category of Fund : Money Market


Investment Objective of MAMMF
The Fund seeks to provide investors with a regular income stream over the short to medium term while maintaining capital stability.

Note: Any material changes to the investment objective of the Fund would require the Unit Holders’ approval.

Investors’ Profile
This Fund is suitable for Investors who:
• have either a short or medium term investment horizon;
• desire a stream of income; and
• have low risk tolerance.

Investment Policy and Strategy
The Fund will invest in money market instruments and other short-term debt instruments.

The Fund will invest at least 90% of its NAV in deposits, money market instruments and/or short-term debt instruments, all of which have a remaining maturity period of not more than 365 days. Up to 10% of the Fund's NAV will be invested in short-term debt instruments which have a remaining maturity period of more than 365 days but less than 732 days.

The minimum credit rating of money market instruments and short-term debt instruments that the Fund shall invest in is at least “BBB” for long-term instruments or “P2” for short-term papers. Should the ratings be downgraded below the stated minimum credit rating, the Manager shall dispose off the instruments/papers within the reasonable time frame taking into consideration of market condition and factors at that point of time.

The Fund will be actively managed.

Risk Management Strategies
The Manager will utilise asset allocation to mitigate the overall investment risk to the Fund. Asset allocation allows for strategic switching of assets to protect the overall value of the Fund when necessary. Sector selection on the other hand provides the opportunity to diversify investment risk within the asset class. For fixed income /sukuk investments, diversification of maturity dates, coupon/profit profiles and a minimum credit rating of BBB of the instruments help to mitigate the investment risk.

Temporary Defensive Measures
The Manager may take temporary defensive positions that may be inconsistent with the Fund’s asset allocation in attempting to respond to adverse economic, political or any other market conditions. In such circumstances, the Manager may reallocate the Fund’s fixed income securities investments into other asset classes such as cash in bank and/or liquid assets.

Gearing Policy
The Fund shall not borrow cash or other assets (including the borrowing of securities) to finance the activities of the Fund or lend any of its cash or investments.

If you are interested to know more on this fund and its procedures on investment, redemption, switching, transfer or exercise the cooling off right, please contact our Customer Service.

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  • Investors are advised to read and understand the contents of the relevant prospectus before investing.
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  • Among others, investors should consider the fees and charges involved.
  • The price of units and distributions payable may go down as well as up.
  • Past performance of the Fund should not be taken as indicative of its future performance.
  • Units will only be issued on receipt of an application form referred to in and accompanying the Prospectus

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