Public Listed Companies

Hwang-DBS (M) Berhad

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Hwang-DBS (Malaysia)Berhad is one of the leading financial services group in Malaysia and is a public listed company in the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia. It provides services mainly in the financial services industry that include stockbroking, wholesale banking, sales and management of unit trust and institutional funds, derivatives trading and consumer financing.

The 2 major shareholders of Hwang-DBS is Dato Seri Hwang Sing Lue, the founding shareholder and DBS Bank Ltd, the largest bank in Singapore. The company began operations in 1973 in Penang when it was known as Southern Stock Brokers Sdn Bhd. It then had 30 employees with an RM1.25 million paid up capital. In December 1992, Southern Stock Brokers Sdn Bhd, which have since changed its name to HwangDBS Investment Bank Berhad became a wholly subsidiary of Hwang-DBS (Malaysia) Bhd. It was then listed in the Financial Sector of KLSE in 1996 and 2 years later became the first stockbroking company to be given approval to

Fund Name Fund Acronym
Absolute Return Fund II ARF II
AIIMAN A20 China Access A20
AIIMAN Cash Fund ACF
AIIMAN Growth Fund – EPF Approved Fund AGF
AIIMAN Income Plus Fund (Formerly known as AIIMAN Balanced Fund) AIPF
Asia Quantum Fund AQF
AUD Income Fund AUDIF
China Select Fund CSF
Enhanced Deposit Fund EDF
Environmental Opportunities Fund EOF
Fixed Maturity Income Fund I FMIF I
Fixed Maturity Income Fund II FMIF II
Global Commodity Fund GCF
Global Emerging Markets Fund GEMF
Global Financial Institutions Fund GFI
Global Financials Capital Protected Fund GFCP
Global Growth Allocation Fund GGA
Global Infrastructure Fund GIF
Global Opportunities Fund GOF
Global Property Fund GPF
Indochina Fund IndoCF
Select Balanced Fund – EPF Approved Fund SBaF
Select Bond Fund SBoF
Select Cash Fund SCashF
Select Dividend Fund SDF
Select Income Fund SIF
Select Opportunity Fund – EPF Approved Fund SOF
Structured Income Fund IV StrIF IV
Tactical Opportunity Capital Protected Fund TOcP
US Access 80 Fund US Access 80

Environmental Opportunities Fund

Objective
To achieve capital appreciation over medium to long-term by investing globally in companies involved in Environmental Markets.

Fund Category Equity Fund
Fund Type Growth
Launch Date 18 September 2007
Investment Objective To achieve capital appreciation over medium to long-term by investing globally in companies involved in Environmental Markets.
Asset Allocation Up to 99.8% fo the NAV of the Fund is to be invested in equities of equity like securities such as convertible bonds. A maximum of 10% of the NAV of the Fund may be invested in collective investment schemes. The Fund may also invest in warrants subject to the investment limit prescribed by the Guidelines. At least 0.2% of the NAV of the Fund is to be retained in the form of cash and money market instruments.
Investment Strategy The Fund shall invest in pure play and diversified companies that are active in one or several of the Environmental Markets, defined by its four Sub-Sectors, i.e. energy (e.g. renewable energy and energy efficiency); water (e.g. water treatment and pollution control); waste (e.g. technologies and resource management); and other environmental markets (e.g. environmental consultancy, multi-utilities). The investment style of the Fund is bottom up stock picking with a “buy and hold” approach. The 1-year rolling turnover should typically remain below 100%. Turnover is defined as the sum of purchases and sales, excluding the dum of subscriptions and redemptions, divided by the average total assets of the Fund during the period under consideration.
Investors’ Profile This Fund is suitable for investors who are risk tolerant, seeking to diversify their investments as part of their asset allocation, wishes to invest part of their funds in companies involved in the Environmental Markets and have medium term investment horizon.
Distribution Policy Incidental

AUD Income Fund

Objective
The Fund endeavours to provide regular and steady income distribution over the long-term while providing capital appreciation through investments in Australian securities and assets. AUDIF is suitable for investors who are relatively conservative with a bias towards receiving regular income, want medium to long-term capital growth and want exposure to Australian investments.

Fund Category Mixed-Asset (Open-ended)
Fund Type Income & Growth
Launch Date 18 March 2010
Investment Objective The Fund endeavours to provide regular and steady income distribution over the long-term while providing capital appreciation through investments in Australian securities and assets.
Asset Allocation The Fund’s asset allocation range is as follows: Australian fixed income instruments – Minimum 70% of the NAV of the Fund and Australian equities – Maximum 30% of the NAV of the Fund. The Manager will also maintain a sufficient level of cash or cash equivalent for liquidity purposes.
Investment Strategy The Fund will provide access into a diversified investment portfolio with a mixture of Australian equities, fixed income instruments as well as money market instruments. The Fund’s primary investments in Australian fixed income instruments would consist of government and corporate bonds. For money market instruments, the Fund will invest in Repo, deposits with financial institutions and commercial papers. It is envisaged that these investments would generate consistent and regular income. Investments in high dividend Australian equities are expected to enhance income and returns to the Fund.
Investors’ Profile Suitable for investors who are relatively conservative with a bias towards receiving regular income, want medium to long-term capital growth and want exposure to Australian investments.
Distribution Policy The Fund endeavours to distribute income on a semi-annual basis; starting only after the end of the first financial year. Distribution, if any, will be paid out in the currencies in which the Classes are denominated. Any distribution payable which is less than or equal to the amount of RM/AUD300.00 would be automatically reinvested on behalf of the Unit Holders. For distributions amounting to more than RM/AUD300.00, Unit Holders may elect to either receive income payment i.e. via cheque or reinvest in new additional Units.

Indochina Fund

Objective
To achieve long-term capital appreciation by investing in investments in the Indo-China region or companies with significant activities in Indo-China region.

Fund Category Wholesale Fund
Fund Type Growth
Launch Date 11 April 2007
Investment Objective The Fund seeks to achieve long-term capital appreciation by investing in investments in the Indo-China region or companies with significant activities in Indo-China region.
Asset Allocation 90% to 99.8% of the Fund’s NAV will be invested in a Collective Investment Scheme (CIS), namely the DBS Indochina Fund. The Fund may also invest up to 10% of its NAV in money market instruments (including cash and cash equivalents). In any event, the Fund shall maintain a minimum of 0.2% of its NAV in liquid assets. Where: The DBS Indochina Fund (DICF) is an authorised restricted scheme that is approved according to Singapore’s Sixth Schedule of the Securities & futures (Offers of Investments) (Collective Investment Schemes) Regulations 2005. The DICF invests in a strategically allocated portfolio of equities and fixed income instruments in the Indo-China region, particularly in Vietnam.
Investment Strategy The Fund may invest up to 99.8% of its NAV in the DICF and the remaining in liquid assets. The Manager may take temporary defensive positions that my be inconsistent with the Fund’s principal strategy in attempting to respond to adverse market conditions, economics, political or any other conditions. Another fund with similar objective will be substitute for DICF if the latter no longer meet the proposed Fund’s investment objective, subject however, to the SC’s prior approval.
Investors’ Profile This Fund is suitable for Qualified Investors who are risk tolerant, seeking for capital growth with levels of volatility that my be greater than those experienced in more developed markets and seeking potentially higher returns from their investments over the long-term.