UBL Fund Managers Limited (UBL Funds) announced the launch of the Al-Ameen Islamic Active Allocation Plan –I (AIActAP-I), under the Al-Ameen Islamic Financial Planning Fund. The plan is now open for subscription.
The Al-Ameen Islamic Active Allocation Plan –I (AIActAP-1) offers a unique one of its kind plan for investors that wish to benefit from the equity market and want an actively managed investment portfolio. The plan has a term of two years, aiming to smartly invest and disinvest from the stock market.
Mir Muhammad Ali, CEO UBL Fund Managers Limited, said that “The Al-Ameen Active Allocation Plan-1 is ideal for investors who wish to gain returns from the equity market but are unaware of when to buy or sell. The core task of our fund managers is to know when to ride the market waves, making the best of the trends.”
He further added that “Investors can depend on our financial expertise of dealing with the ever volatile equity market for optimized returns. The Al-Ameen Asset Allocation Plan-1 is a plan which will smartly invest and disinvest between Islamic Equities and Islamic Money Market based instruments based on the fund managers’ outlook on the asset classes.”
AIActAP-I is managed under the supervision of Shariah Advisors, and will be investing in in Al-Ameen Shariah Stock Fund (ASSF) to take exposure to Equities, while Al-Ameen Islamic Sovereign Fund (AISF) or Al-Ameen Islamic Cash Fund (AICF) will be used to take exposure in Fixed Income/Money Market Instruments.
About UBL Fund Managers Limited
Established in 2001 and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, UBL Fund Managers Limited has been offering its products and services to investors in Pakistan for over a decade and since 2011 has presence in the Middle East as well. With an AUM of 56.85 billion as of March 31st, 2015, UBL Fund Managers is one of the leading Asset Management Companies in Pakistan. It has also been given the High Management Quality Rating of AM2+ by JCR-VIS Credit Rating Company.
DISCLAIMER: All investments in mutual fund are subject to market risks. The NAV of units may go up or down based on the market conditions. The investors are advised in their own interest to carefully read the contents of the offering document, in particular the investment polices mentioned in Clause 2.2.15, risk factors mentioned in clause 2.10, taxation policies mentioned in clause 7 and warnings in clause 9 before making any investment decision.