RHB ASSET MANAGEMENT SDN. BHD.

CORPORATE INFORMATION

RHB Asset Management Sdn Bhd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of RHB Investment Bank Berhad. RHB Group Asset Management enjoys a significant presence in the ASEAN and Greater China region, with offices in Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Singapore where we offer customers close to 30 years’ worth of expertise and knowledge in asset management. In Malaysia, RHB Group Asset Management remains as one of the top 3 fund management companies in terms of total assets under management, offering conventional and Islamic products. In Indonesia, our ranking continued to improve and we closed 2015 at number 14 in terms of market share, out of the 85 players there.

For detail information on the PRS, please refer to the PRS Provider’s Disclosure Document & Product Highlights Sheet here

SCHEME AND FUND INFORMATION

Default & Self Selection

RHB Retirement Series – Conservative Fund

Investment Objective The Fund seeks to provide capital preservation* for the Members’ investment.*Members are advised that their capital is neither guaranteed nor protected.
Fund Category Core (Conservative).
Investment Strategy RHB Retirement Series – Conservative Fund will invest up to 20% of its Fund’s NAV in equities listed in Malaysia and at least 80% of its Fund’s NAV in fixed income instruments issued by Malaysian companies or Malaysian government and/or money market instruments, of which a minimum of 20% of its Fund’s NAV must be in money market instruments. The equities portion will be made up of a composition of 20% growth stocks and 80% dividend stocks. The fixed income instruments invested by the Fund will carry a minimum credit rating of AA3 assigned by RAM or its equivalent rating, without restriction on the tenure of these fixed income instruments. The fixed income instruments may consist of Malaysian government securities, Cagamas bonds, Bank Negara Malaysia certificates, Malaysian treasury bills, government investment certificate and negotiable certificates of deposits and private debt securities. However, at the launch of the Fund, RHB Retirement Series – Conservative Fund aims to meet its objective and asset allocation investing up to 95% of its Fund’s NAV in a single collective investment scheme managed by the PRS Provider that provides equity and fixed income exposure, in line with the Fund’s asset allocation. Such investment shall be for a period of five (5) years from the launch of the Fund or upon the Fund reaching RM200 million NAV (whichever is earlier).
Asset Allocation Fixed Income Instruments and / or money market instruments At least 80% of the Fund’s NAV will be in fixed income instruments and / or money market instruments, of which a minimum of 20% of the Fund’s NAV must be in money market instruments.
Equities Up to 20% of the Fund’s NAV
Cash or cash equivalent Up to 5% of the Fund’s NAV
Performance Benchmark Weighted average of FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index (10%) and Maybank’s 12 months fixed deposit rate (90%).The risk profile of the Fund is not the same as the risk profile of the performance benchmark.
Member Profile Suitable for members with a low risk profile.Members aged 50 years and above will be allocated to this Fund under the default option.

RHB Retirement Series – Moderate Fund

Investment Objective The Fund seeks to provide returns through a balanced mix of income* and growth.*Income will be automatically reinvested into the Fund.
Fund Category Core (Moderate)
Investment Strategy RHB Retirement Series – Moderate Fund will invest up to 60% of its Fund’s NAV in equities listed in Malaysia and at least 40% of its Fund’s NAV in fixed income instruments and/or money market instruments. The equities portion will be made up of a balanced portfolio of growth stocks and dividend stocks. The fixed income instruments invested by the Fund will carry a minimum credit rating of A3 assigned by RAM or its equivalent rating, without restriction on the tenure of these fixed income instruments. The fixed income instruments may consist of Malaysian government securities, Cagamas bonds, Bank Negara Malaysia certificates, Malaysian treasury bills, government investment certificate and negotiable certificates of deposits and private debt securities. However, at the launch of the Fund, the RHB Retirement Series – Moderate Fund aims to meet its objective and asset allocation by investing up to 95% of its Fund’s NAV in a single collective investment scheme managed by the PRS Provider that provides equity and fixed income exposure, in line with the Fund’s asset allocation. Such investment shall be for a period of three (3) years from the launch of the Fund or upon the Fund reaching RM50 million NAV (whichever is earlier).
Asset Allocation Equities Up to 60% of the Fund’s NAV
Fixed Income Instruments and / or money market instruments At least 40% of the Fund’s NAV
Cash or cash equivalent Up to 5% of the Fund’s NAV
Performance Benchmark Weighted average of FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index (60%) and Maybank’s 12 months fixed deposit rate (40%).The risk profile of the Fund is not the same as the risk profile of the performance benchmark.
Member Profile Suitable for members with a medium risk profile.Members aged 40 years and above but have not yet reached 50 years, will be allocated to this Fund under the default option.

Please read the scheme’s disclosure document before deciding to make a contribution. If you do not have a copy, please contact the PRS Provider to ask for one or click here to go to the PRS Provider’s page

Investment Objective The Fund seeks to provide capital growth.

Fund Category Core (Growth)
Investment Strategy RHB Retirement Series – Growth Fund will invest up to 70% of its Fund’s net asset value (“NAV”) in equities listed in Malaysia and at least 30% and up to 50% of its Fund’s NAV in fixed income instruments and/or money market instruments. The equities portion will consist of growth stocks. The fixed income instruments invested by the Fund will carry a minimum credit rating of A3 assigned by Rating Agency Malaysia (“RAM”) or its equivalent rating, without restriction on the tenure of these fixed income instruments. The fixed income instruments may consist of Malaysian government securities, Cagamas bonds, Bank Negara Malaysia certificates, Malaysian treasury bills, government investment certificate and negotiable certificates of deposits and private debt securities. However, at the launch of the Fund, the RHB Retirement Series – Growth Fund aims to meet its objective and asset allocation by investing up to 70% of its Fund’s NAV in any one collective investment scheme managed by the PRS Provider that provides equity and fixed income exposure, in line with the Fund’s asset allocation. Such investment shall be for a period of five (5) years from the launch of the Fund or upon the Fund reaching RM200 million NAV (whichever is earlier).
Asset Allocation Equities Up to 70% of the Fund’s NAV
Fixed Income Instruments and / or money market instruments At least 30% and up to 50% of the Fund’s NAV
Cash or cash equivalent Up to 5% of the Fund’s NAV
Performance Benchmark Weighted average of FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index (70%) and Maybank’s 12 months fixed deposit rate (30%).The risk profile of the Fund is not the same as the risk profile of the performance benchmark.

Member Profile Suitable for members with a high risk profile.Members below 40 years, will be allocated to this fund under the default option

Other Self Selection

Please read the scheme’s disclosure document before deciding to make a contribution. If you do not have a copy, please contact the PRS Provider to ask for one or click here to go to the PRS Provider’s page

Investment Objective The Fund aims to provide above average capital growth* over a medium to long term^ period by investing in one target fund.

Note:
* “above average capital growth” here refers to capital growth that outperforms the benchmark of the Fund over a medium to long term period.
^ “medium to long term” in this context refers to a period between 3 – 7 years.

Fund Category Feeder fund – equity (Shariah-compliant)
Investment Strategy The Fund will invest principally in the target fund, i.e. the RHB Dana Islam (“Dana Islam”), a Malaysia domiciled unit trust fund established on 26 October 2001 and managed by the PRS Provider. Both the PRS Provider and Dana Islam are regulated by the Securities Commission under the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007. The investment objective of Dana Islam is to provide investors with above average capital growth* over a medium to long term^ period by investing in a carefully selected portfolio of stocks which complies with the Shariah principles.

Note:
* “above average capital growth” here refers to capital growth that outperforms the benchmark of the Fund over a medium to long term period.
^ “medium to long term” in this context refers to a period between 3 – 7 years.

Although the Fund is passively managed, the investments of the Fund will be rebalanced from time to time to meet sales and redemption transactions and to enable the proper and efficient management of the Fund.

Asset Allocation Investments in units of Dana Islam. At least 95% of NAV
Investments in liquid assets including Islamic money market instruments and placements of cash. 1% to 5% of NAV
Performance Benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia Emas Shariah Index.

Note: The risk profile of the Fund is not the same as the risk profile of the performance benchmark.

Member Profile The Fund is suitable for members who are looking for investments in a diversified portfolio of assets that comply with Shariah requirements. These members are willing to accept moderate to high risk in their investments and prefer capital growth rather than income over a medium to long term^ period.

^Note: “medium to long term” in this context refers to a period of between 3 – 7 years.

Please read the scheme’s disclosure document before deciding to make a contribution. If you do not have a copy, please contact the PRS Provider to ask for one or click here to go to the PRS Provider’s page

Investment Objective The Fund aims to maximise total returns through a combination of long term^ growth of capital and current income# consistent with the preservation of capital* by investing in one target fund.

Note:
^ “long term” in this context refers to a period between 5 – 7 years.
# Income is in the form of units.
* The Fund is not a capital protected or a capital guaranteed fund.

Fund Category Feeder fund – balanced (Shariah-compliant)
Investment Strategy The Fund will invest principally in the target fund, i.e. the RHB Dana Hazeem (“Dana Hazeem”), a Malaysia domiciled fund established on 28 February 2013 and managed by the PRS Provider. Both the PRS Provider and Dana Hazeem are regulated by the Securities Commission under the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007. The investment objective of Dana Hazeem is to maximize total returns through a combination of long term^ growth of capital and current income consistent with the preservation of capital.

Note: ^ “long term” in this context refers to a period between 5 – 7 years.
Although the Fund is passively managed, the investments of the Fund will be rebalanced from time to time to meet sales and redemption transactions and to enable the proper and efficient management of the Fund.

Asset Allocation Investments in units of Dana Hazeem. At least 95% of NAV
Investments in liquid assets including Islamic money market instruments and placements of cash. 1% to 5% of NAV
Performance Benchmark Composite benchmark comprising:

  • 50% FTSE Bursa Malaysia Emas Shariah Index or such other equivalent index as may be substituted by Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad; and
  • 50% Maybank Islamic Bank Berhad 12-month Islamic fixed deposit.

Note: The risk profile of the Fund is not the same as the risk profile of the performance benchmark.

Member Profile The Fund is suitable for members who require investments that comply with Shariah requirements and are willing to accept moderate risk in their investments in order to achieve long term^ growth and income#.

Note:
^ “long term” in this context refers to a period between 5 – 7 years.
# Income is in the form of units.

CONTRIBUTIONS & WITHDRAWALS

There are fees and charges involved and you are advised to consider them before contributing to the scheme.

For All Funds
Minimum contribution Initial contribution: RM100.00 or such other amount as the PRS Provider may decide from time to time.
Subsequent contribution: RM100.00 or such other amount as the PRS Provider may decide from time to time.
Minimum Withdrawal No minimum.

FEES & CHARGES

There are fees and charges involved and you are advised to consider them before contributing to the scheme.

RHB Retirement Series – Conservative Fund RHB Retirement Series – Moderate Fund RHB Retirement Series – Growth Fund RHB Retirement Series – Islamic Equity Fund RHB Retirement Series – Islamic Balanced Fund
Sales charge (*) Up to 1.00% of the NAV per unit. Up to 3.00% of the NAV per unit.
Redemption charge (*) Nil.
Switching fee (between funds in this Scheme) (*) Nil.
Switching fee (between funds in another PRS managed by RHBAM) Not Applicable.
Transfer fee (to another PRS provider) Nil RM 25 for each transfer request
Annual management fee (*) Up to 1.00% per annum of the NAV of the Fund. Up to 1.50% per annum of the NAV of the Fund.
Annual scheme trustee fee (*) Up to 0.04% per annum of the NAV of the Fund
Annual PPA administration fee (*) 0.04% per annum of the NAV of the Fund
(*) Effective 1 April 2015, Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be applicable to the fees stipulated above.

RISKS DISCLOSURE

You are advised to read the scheme’s disclosure document and understand the risks involved and, if necessary, consult your professional adviser before making contributions.

General Investment Risks

Inflation risk, Non-compliance risk, Capital and returns not guaranteed, Fund Manager risk, Risks associated with the default option, Legal and regulatory risk and Market risk.

Specific Risks of the Funds

RHB Retirement Series – Conservative Fund RHB Retirement Series – Moderate Fund RHB Retirement Series – Growth Fund
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RHB Retirement Series – Islamic Equity Fund RHB Retirement Series – Islamic Balanced Fund
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OTHERS

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RHB Bank
Level 2, Tower Two & Three, RHB Centre, Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur.
Toll Free no: 1-800-88-8742
Website: www.rhbgroup.com


RHB Asset Management Sdn Bhd (Company No. 174588-X)
Level 8, Tower 2 & 3, RHB Centre, Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 603-9205 8000
Fax: 603-9205 8100
Toll Free no: 1-800-88-3175
Email: rhbam@rhbgroup.com
Website: www.rhbgroup.com

RHB Asset Management Sdn Bhd offices:

Penang Office
64-D Lebuh Bishop
10200 Penang
Tel: 04-264 5639
Fax: 04-264 5640
Ipoh Office
4th Floor, 21-25,
Jalan Seenivasagam, Greentown
30450 Ipoh, Perak
Tel: 05-242 4311
Fax: 05-242 4312
Batu Pahat Office
53, 53-A and 53-B Jalan Sultanah
83000 Batu Pahat, Johor
Tel: 07-438 0271
Fax: 07-438 0277
Melaka Office
581B, Taman Melaka Raya
75000 Melaka
Tel: 06-284 4211
Fax: 06-292 2212
Kuantan Office
B 32-34, 2nd Floor
Lorong Tun Ismail 8
Sri Dagangan II
25000 Kuantan, Pahang
Tel: 09-517 3611
Fax: 09-517 3612
Taman Molek Office
2nd Floor, No. 21 & 23
Jalan Molek 1/30
Taman Molek
81100 Johor Bahru
Johor
Tel: 07 – 358 3587
Fax: 07 -358 3581
Kota Bharu Office
No 3953-H, 1st Floor
Jalan Kebun Sultan
15350 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Tel: 09-741 8539
Fax: 09-741 8540
Kuching Office
Lot 172, Section 49, K.T.L.D
Jalan Chan Chin Ann
93100 Kuching, Sarawak
Tel: 082-245 611
Fax: 082-242 712
Kota Kinabalu Office
Lot No. C-02-04, 2nd Floor
Block C, Warisan Square
Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens
88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 088-528 686/692
Fax: 088-528 685
Miri Office
Lot 1268, Second Floor
Centre Point Commercial Centre
Jalan Melayu
98000 Miri, Sarawak
Tel: 085-422 788
Fax: 085-415 243

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