Top Fund Ideas
2nd Quarter 2016

RHB Asian Income Fund

Hunt for yield

Past Performance (%)

6M

1Y 3Y 5Y
3.30 9.23 39.37

Source: Lipper, data as at 30 June 2016

  • In this uncertain environment, there is a need to focus on dividend stocks/funds as a source of income.
  • Asia still looks resilient in the face of sluggish growth in the developed world and troubles in China, supported by current account surpluses, large foreign exchange reserves and floating exchange rates should be adequate buffers against short-term turbulence from Brexit.

Source: BOS Monthly Investment Guide, June 2016

The Fund aims to provide income and capital growth over the medium to long term by investing in one target fund, i.e. the Schroder Asian Income.

  • The fund offers investors who seeking investment opportunities in the Asian region, both equities and bonds.
  • Potential quarterly payout with active asset allocation strategy that aims to maximize yield and total return.

Source: RHB Asset Management Berhad, May 2016

About the Fund

Fund Category

Income Fund (Feeder Fund)

Inception Date

05 June 2012

Unit NAV

RM0.5932

Fund Size

RM1,638.88 million

Sales Charge

Up to 5.50% of NAV per unit

Source: Bloomberg, Fund Factsheet, data as at 30 Apr 2016

Top 5 Holdings

Top Holdings

%

HK Electric Investments & HKE

2.3

Link REIT

2.0

Telstra Corp

2.0

Ascendas REIT

1.9

Spark New Zealand

1.8

Source: Fund Factsheet, data as at 30 Apr 2016

Performance Movement Since Inception

Performance Movement Since Inception 1

Source: Bloomberg, data since inception date to 30 June 2016

Geographical Allocation

Geographical Allocation 1

Source: Fund Factsheet, data as at 30 Apr 2016

Note: Performance data is calculated on NAV-to-NAV basis with all dividends and distributions reinvested. Performance data do not take into account the initial fee of the investment. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. We recommend that you read and understand the content of the Master Prospectus for RHB Asian Income Fund master prospectus dated 6 October 2015 and expires on 5 October 2016 and its supplementary(ies) (if any) (“the Master Prospectus”) by RHB Asset Management Sdn Bhd. Investments in the Fund are exposed to country risk, default risk, currency risk, management risk, emerging market risk and others.


Affin Hwang Select Income Fund

Manage Volatilities

Past Performance (%)

6M

1Y 3Y 5Y
1.34 3.83 21.73

37.99

Source: Lipper, data as at 30 Jun 2016

  • The Brexit vote damages the outlook for growth and introduces new uncertainties. This raises demand for safe haven assets.
  • The response of central banks will also keep yields lower by expanding QE and lower interest rates.
  • However, do not overexpose to bonds. Rebalance the allocation between bonds and equities.

Source: BOS Monthly Investment Outlook, Jun 2016

An income-driven, absolute return-focused fund that targets to provide a high level of cash flow as well as growth.

  • The fund invests into diversified asset classes of global fixed income and equities with an Asian focus.
  • The fund invests into diversified asset classes that provide regular return from fixed income instruments and buffers against any unwelcomed volatility.

Source: Affin Hwang Asset Management  Bhd as at Jun 2016

About the Fund

Fund Category

Income and Growth (Fixed Income)

Inception Date

06 January 2005

Unit NAV

RM0.7134

Fund Size

RM1,538.1 million

Sales Charge

Up to 5.50% of NAV per unit

Source: Fund Factsheet, as at 31 May 2016

Top 5 Holdings

Top Holdings

%

Malayan Banking Bhd

2.80

Genting Singapore PLC

2.50

JD.com Inc

2.40

LS Finance Ltd

1.50

PTT Exploration & Production

1.30

Source: Fund factsheet, data as at 31 May 2016

Performance Movement Since Inception

Performance Movement Since Inception 2

Source: Bloomberg, data since inception date to 30 Jun 2016

Geographical Allocation

Geographical Allocation 2

Source: Fund factsheet, data as at 31 May 2016

Note: Performance data is calculated on NAV-to-NAV basis with all dividends and distributions reinvested. Performance data do not take into account the initial fee of the investment. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. We recommend that you read and understand the Master Prospectus for the Affin Hwang Select Income Fund dated 18 July 2015 and expires on 17 July 2016 by Affin Hwang Asset Management Bhd (formerly known as Hwang Investment Management Berhad). Investments in the Fund are exposed to specific risks including equity investment risk, equity-linked securities investment risk, credit/default risk, interest rate/price risk, structured products risk, country risk, currency risk, regulatory risk and others as disclosed in the prospectus.


Pacific Emerging Market Bond Fund

Look for Value

Past Performance (%)

1M

3M 6M 1Y
0.89 3.08

Source: Lipper data as at 30 June 2016

  • Credit spreads today remain attractive and the asset class of Emerging Market high yield is particularly an interesting ‘yield carry’ theme.
  • In the near term post-Brexit world, Emerging Markets fixed income should be well-placed to outperform other risk asset classes.

Source: BOS Monthly Investment Outlook, June 2016

Provide capital growth and income in the medium to long term by investing in the Singapore-domiciled Lion Capital Funds II – Lion-Bank of Singapore Emerging Market Bond Fund.

  • The Fund is designed to potentially provide a constant stream of income via quarterly dividend payouts.
  • Investors can gain access to a diversified portfolio of more than 100 bonds.

Source: Pacific Mutual Fund Bhd as at Feb 2016

About the Fund

Fund Category

Fixed Income Fund (Feeder Fund)

Inception Date

26 January 2016

Unit NAV

Fund Size

RM45.29 million

Sales Charge

Up to 3.00% of NAV per unit

Source: Bloomberg, Lipper as of 30 June 2016

Top 5 Holdings

Top Holdings

%

Marfrig Holding Europe

1.30

Sistema Intl Funding

1.00

Promsvyazbank OJSC VIA PSB Finance SA

1.00

MAF Sukuk Ltd

1.00

Republic of Namibia

0.90

Source: Pacific Mutual, data as at Feb 2016

Performance Movement Since Inception

Performance Movement Since Inception 3

Source: Bloomberg, data

Geographical Allocation

Geographical Allocation 3

Source: Pacific Mutual, data as at Feb 2016

Note: Performance data is calculated on NAV-to-NAV basis with all dividends and distributions reinvested. Performance data do not take into account the initial fee of the investment. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. We recommend that you read and understand the contents of the revised Information Memorandum (issued to replace the Information Memorandum dated 26 January 2016) for Pacific Emerging Market Bond Fund dated 31 May 2016 by Pacific Mutual Fund Bhd. Investments in the Fund are exposed to political risk, repatriation risk, global emerging market risk, regulatory risk, concentration risk and others as disclosed in the Information Memorandum. This fund is eligible to be purchased by High Net Worth Individuals only, the criteria of High Net Worth Individuals as per stated in Schedules 6 and 7 of Capital Market and Services Act (CMSA) 2007.


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