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post Nov 3 2012, 10:59 AM


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Dear Unitholder, We are pleased to attach the market wrap and bond market review for the week/fortnight ended 19 October 2012 for your information. Regards Customer Service e-mail proclaimer This e-mail and any attachment is intended for the addressee(s) only and may contain information that is legally privileged and confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication and its contents is strictly prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please notify us immediately by return email or our hotline 036207 5000 and delete the document. This communication has not been transmitted via a private or secure link or in encrypted form and is therefore subject to the usual hazards of Internet communications, nor can it be guaranteed that this communication has not been the subject of unauthorised interception or modification.


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QUOTE(samuraislash @ Nov 2 2012, 08:38 AM)
Correct me if am wrong. Only public bank bangsar branch can do UNIFLEX. And the loan amount must be more not less then 10k. Means must have investment in UT around 12k to apply. Last follow up this mid year dunno if there any changes lately. Even can do uniflex on properties. If not mistaken 70% from current value. And the intrest a bit high.
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Yes those key branch only can do, for example in my area, Ttdi branch can't do it but damansara utama branch can do it. Uniflex and Mortgage loan is totally different product. U hv mixed it up.


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QUOTE(kent05 @ Nov 2 2012, 01:45 PM)
is PIF a good fund? is now a good time to invest into this fund? i think PSTBF performance is quite poor. i want to switch into other fund.
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I agree with u PSTBF do not perform up to the expectation. Quite disappointing. Not much good and available bond funds nowadays. Those performing ones fully subscribed.

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post Nov 5 2012, 09:40 AM


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Public Mutual declares income distributions for funds

Public Bank’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Public Mutual declares distributions for six of its funds. The total gross distributions declared for the financial year ending 31 October 2012 are as follows:

Fund Gross Distribution / Unit
Public Industry Fund 5.00 sen
Public Equity Fund 1.50 sen
Public Sector Select Fund 1.50 sen
Public South-East Asia Select Fund 0.50 sen
Public Asia Ittikal Fund 1.00 sen
Public Islamic Bond Fund 6.00 sen


Public Industry Fund, Public Equity Fund and Public Sector Select Fund are EPF-approved equity funds.

Public Industry Fund aims to achieve a high level of capital appreciation over the medium- to long-term period through investments in growth industries, whereas Public Equity Fund aims to achieve capital growth through the aggressive selection of growth stocks from diversified economic sectors.

Public Sector Select Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation by investing in a portfolio of securities from selected market sectors in the domestic market

Public Mutual’s regional equity funds, Public South-East Asia Select Fund seeks to achieve capital growth over the medium- to long-term period by investing in a portfolio of investments in South-East Asia markets, whereas Public Asia Ittikal Fund is a Shariah-based fund which aims to achieve capital growth over the medium- to long-term period by investing in a portfolio of investments in domestic and regional markets that complies with Shariah requirements.

Public Islamic Bond Fund is an award-winning fund, having garnered a total of 19 awards in its category from Failaka Islamic Fund Awards (Dubai), The Edge-Lipper Malaysia Fund Awards, Morningstar Fund Awards (Malaysia) and The Star/Standard & Poor’s Investment Fund Awards Malaysia. Public Islamic Bond Fund is a bond fund which aims to provide annual income through investment in Islamic debt securities.

Public Mutual is Malaysia’s largest private unit trust company with 94 funds under management. It has 2.7 million accountholders. As at end September 2012, the total net asset value of the funds managed by the Company was RM50.39 billion.

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post Nov 7 2012, 06:35 AM


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Dear Unitholder, We are pleased to attach the market wrap for the week ended 26 October 2012 for your information. Regards Customer Service e-mail proclaimer This e-mail and any attachment is intended for the addressee(s) only and may contain information that is legally privileged and confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication and its contents is strictly prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please notify us immediately by return email or our hotline 036207 5000 and delete the document. This communication has not been transmitted via a private or secure link or in encrypted form and is therefore subject to the usual hazards of Internet communications, nor can it be guaranteed that this communication has not been the subject of unauthorised interception or modification.


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post Nov 7 2012, 06:40 AM


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You guys think other unit trust distributors are starting to eat up PM market share? Or PM still very successful in maintaining existing clients and getting new clients?
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post Nov 7 2012, 09:02 AM


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QUOTE(Kaka23 @ Nov 7 2012, 06:40 AM)
You guys think other unit trust distributors are starting to eat up PM market share? Or PM still very successful in maintaining existing clients and getting new clients?
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hehe - dunno about others but i've just redeemed ALL my cash in my PM mutual fund (except PBOND) and will be transferring at NAV to FSM.
Even with my cost structure as an "insider", cost-wise using cash to buy, FSM's cost is much better (not even taking into account of Silver/Gold discounts yet - add those and i'm even more happy) and with similar performance (no exact matches mar) brows.gif

EPF on the other hand.. still cost & process effective for me to be with PM OR for pure anal-retentive control/options purposes, Amara for self-directed investments.

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QUOTE(Kaka23 @ Nov 7 2012, 06:40 AM)
You guys think other unit trust distributors are starting to eat up PM market share? Or PM still very successful in maintaining existing clients and getting new clients?
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Last I check, Pub-Mut still commands the market leader position, and I believe this is mainly attributed to people who are financially savvy in M'sia is still miniscule.

Auntie-auntie and uncle-uncles who rely completely on the advise of agents still are aplenty. I forsee a change in demographic in another 5 to 10 years time. So for the time being, Pub-Mut is still safe.

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post Nov 7 2012, 09:43 AM


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Trust me, aunty and uncle trust public bank alot. They have no idea about FSM unlike us the youngsters. Register online for FSM, they will think it is a scam. And fsm is not that popular compared to public mutual. Try ask them about mutual fund, what comes next in their mind is public mutual fund.

But still, FSM is a lot better. They need open more offices and more advertisements. I asked my friend around about FSM, most of them clueless.
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post Nov 7 2012, 09:59 AM


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QUOTE(wongmunkeong @ Nov 7 2012, 10:02 AM)
hehe - dunno about others but i've just redeemed ALL my cash in my PM mutual fund (except PBOND) and will be transferring at NAV to FSM.
Even with my cost structure as an "insider", cost-wise using cash to buy, FSM's cost is much better (not even taking into account of Silver/Gold discounts yet - add those and i'm even more happy) and with similar performance (no exact matches mar) brows.gif

EPF on the other hand.. still cost & process effective for me to be with PM OR for pure anal-retentive control/options purposes, Amara for self-directed investments.

Just sharing personal POV  notworthy.gif
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I am doing transfer in for my OSKUOB funds too. My PM funds I just leave it in PM at the moment as the amount not big and have stop DDI in PM since June.

Guess you will need to select other funds and need to do it within 1 month after you sell out all you PM cash funds right? FSM do not have PM funds, so you will need to choose the funds which is in FSM yourself. Or the CIS definately will offer their help. FSM customer service I top notch, even better than PM agents I would say. There is one case the CIS offer to come to my house to collect the original documents for the transfer in (though amount no huge). Thumbs up!


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post Nov 7 2012, 10:33 AM


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QUOTE(Kaka23 @ Nov 7 2012, 09:59 AM)
I am doing transfer in for my OSKUOB funds too. My PM funds I just leave it in PM at the moment as the amount not big and have stop DDI in PM since June.

Guess you will need to select other funds and need to do it within 1 month after you sell out all you PM cash funds right? FSM do not have PM funds, so you will need to choose the funds which is in FSM yourself. Or the CIS definately will offer their help. FSM customer service I top notch, even better than PM agents I would say. There is one case the CIS offer to come to my house to collect the original documents for the transfer in (though amount no huge). Thumbs up!
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Yeah - totally agree that FSM's helpdesk / customer service (Eugene from Client Investment Specialist - thanks U) is great.
I even managed to get historical NAVs for a few funds for my analysis on which to move into (from PM). Historical as in day 1 of the fund, not the FSM web's 30 days NAV (which by itself is great too).
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QUOTE(wongmunkeong @ Nov 7 2012, 11:33 AM)
Yeah - totally agree that FSM's helpdesk / customer service (Eugene from Client Investment Specialist - thanks U) is great.
I even managed to get historical NAVs for a few funds for my analysis on which to move into (from PM). Historical as in day 1 of the fund, not the FSM web's 30 days NAV (which by itself is great too).
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Felix CIS is the one helping me out. Guess ALL their CIS is good!
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Hi I am using holding on Public Mutual Islamic Dividend Fund (70%) and Public Regular Saving Fund (30%). Should I stay put with these two funds or need to do switching? Seem like Islamic Dividend is droping lately.

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post Nov 7 2012, 07:45 PM


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Which PM funds do you sell off and switch to which funds on FSM platform?

QUOTE(wongmunkeong @ Nov 7 2012, 09:02 AM)
hehe - dunno about others but i've just redeemed ALL my cash in my PM mutual fund (except PBOND) and will be transferring at NAV to FSM.
Even with my cost structure as an "insider", cost-wise using cash to buy, FSM's cost is much better (not even taking into account of Silver/Gold discounts yet - add those and i'm even more happy) and with similar performance (no exact matches mar) brows.gif

EPF on the other hand.. still cost & process effective for me to be with PM OR for pure anal-retentive control/options purposes, Amara for self-directed investments.

Just sharing personal POV  notworthy.gif
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how is public balanced fund? is it a good fund? anyone buying this?
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Hi all pros,

Recently I withdraw EPF for PUBLIC DIVIDEND SELECT FUND. Is it a good fund? May I know the switch fee is it standard 1? My 1 is 3% per transaction. PB INDONESIA BALANCED FUND ok? I'm newbie here...
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post Nov 8 2012, 08:28 PM


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QUOTE(jutamind @ Nov 7 2012, 07:45 PM)
Which PM funds do you sell off and switch to which funds on FSM platform?
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PFEPRF --> AmAsia Pacific REITs
Reasoning:
A semi-REIT fund to a REIT fund, which i was after long time ago, tapi tak de smile.gif

PFES + PRSEC + PAGF --> RHB - GS BRIC EQUITY FUND
Reasoning:
PFES + PRSEC holds bucket loads of China & personally, i've always wanted to do BRIC those yesteryears but PM tak de. Thus, just nice
As for PAGF - aiya, very small % compared to my PFES/PRSEC and left over from yesteryears, thus throw into same pot.

PNREF --> Manulife Global Resources Fund
Er.. no exact match but as similar concept.
This is my 2.5% exposure to "commodities-related stuff" tongue.gif

After moving my cash, i'll be poking my favourite Eugene in FSM about EPF-funded to see if it's worth the "hassle" which i perceive if i do via FSM, instead of PM.
Personally, i find that PM is becoming a "dinosaur" in a customer-driven/friendly world.

Although having some ok & good equity & bond funds
the charges,
red tapes,
speed of response from customer service, agent service, technical service
+ killing off a feature or two from FPAdvisor...
sigh.. seriously gotta re-look into my entire mutual fund approach + for my sis, partner & fellow investing buddies.

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wow....that's a massive sell off of PM funds...but i'm glad more and more people support FSM platform. i do hope one day, one fine day, we will have PM hopping onto FSM platform as well.

btw, why do u select BRIC fund, rather than global emerging market fund?

QUOTE(wongmunkeong @ Nov 8 2012, 08:28 PM)
PFEPRF --> AmAsia Pacific REITs
Reasoning:
A semi-REIT fund to a REIT fund, which i was after long time ago, tapi tak de smile.gif

PFES + PRSEC + PAGF --> RHB - GS BRIC EQUITY FUND
Reasoning:
PFES + PRSEC holds bucket loads of China & personally, i've always wanted to do BRIC those yesteryears but PM tak de. Thus, just nice
As for PAGF - aiya, very small % compared to my PFES/PRSEC and left over from yesteryears, thus throw into same pot.

PNREF --> Manulife Global Resources Fund
Er.. no exact match but as similar concept.
This is my 2.5% exposure to "commodities-related stuff" tongue.gif

After moving my cash, i'll be poking my favourite Eugene in FSM about EPF-funded to see if it's worth the "hassle" which i perceive if i do via FSM, instead of PM.
Personally, i find that PM is becoming a "dinosaur" in a customer-driven/friendly world.

Although having some ok & good equity & bond funds
the charges,
red tapes,
speed of response from customer service, agent service, technical service
+ killing off a feature or two from FPAdvisor...
sigh.. seriously gotta re-look into my entire mutual fund approach + for my sis, partner & fellow investing buddies.
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QUOTE(wongmunkeong @ Nov 8 2012, 08:28 PM)
PFEPRF --> AmAsia Pacific REITs
Reasoning:
A semi-REIT fund to a REIT fund, which i was after long time ago, tapi tak de smile.gif

PFES + PRSEC + PAGF --> RHB - GS BRIC EQUITY FUND
Reasoning:
PFES + PRSEC holds bucket loads of China & personally, i've always wanted to do BRIC those yesteryears but PM tak de. Thus, just nice
As for PAGF - aiya, very small % compared to my PFES/PRSEC and left over from yesteryears, thus throw into same pot.

PNREF --> Manulife Global Resources Fund
Er.. no exact match but as similar concept.
This is my 2.5% exposure to "commodities-related stuff" tongue.gif

After moving my cash, i'll be poking my favourite Eugene in FSM about EPF-funded to see if it's worth the "hassle" which i perceive if i do via FSM, instead of PM.
Personally, i find that PM is becoming a "dinosaur" in a customer-driven/friendly world.

Although having some ok & good equity & bond funds
the charges,
red tapes,
speed of response from customer service, agent service, technical service
+ killing off a feature or two from FPAdvisor...
sigh.. seriously gotta re-look into my entire mutual fund approach + for my sis, partner & fellow investing buddies.
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post Nov 8 2012, 09:26 PM


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QUOTE(jutamind @ Nov 8 2012, 08:59 PM)
wow....that's a massive sell off of PM funds...but i'm glad more and more people support FSM platform. i do hope one day, one fine day, we will have PM hopping onto FSM platform as well.

btw, why do u select BRIC fund, rather than global emerging market fund?
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Consolidating to more cost effective and more responsive provider mar.
Not MASSIVE per se, small potatoes only lar compared to the rich folks.

Simple "cost effective" maths - EXCLUDING cost of being an agent + paying for software with some existing functions ripped out when upgraded:
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Why BRIC instead of Emerging Markets?
I'm ALREADY in an emerging market tongue.gif + i've easy enough access to ASEAN markets direct via CIMBA40
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Brazil, India & Russia - i've no easy access to direct equities & info

BTW, i use mutual funds to cover areas which i personally cant access easily directly, nor cost effectively, nor have the time to check every end of day.
That's just my approach - others can differ greatly.

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