Fund Fact Sheet

More MAA Takaful Shariah Growth Fund
Description:
MAA Takaful Shariah Growth Fund seeks capital appreciation over the medium to long-term. This is achieved by investing in predominantly Malaysian equities and equity-related securities complying with Shariah principles. The balance is invested in Islamic fixed interest securities, cash and short term money market instruments.
Risk Barometer:
High Asset Class Range %
Equities & equity-related securities 30-95
Fixed income securities 0-30
Cash & cash equivalents 5-70
Other Assets 0-10
Fund Management Fee:
Up to 1.5% per annum

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More MAA Takaful Shariah Balanced Fund
Description:
MAA Takaful Shariah Balanced Fund provides a balanced mix of income returns, as well as capital growth over the medium to long term, by investing in a diversified portfolio of Shariah-compliant equities and fixed income securities.Risk Barometer:
Moderate to highAsset Class Range %
Equities & equity-related securities 10-70
Fixed income securities 30-55
Cash & cash equivalents 5-60
Other Assets 0-10Fund Management Fee:
Up to 1.3% per annum

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More MAA Takaful Shariah Income Fund
Description:
MAA Takaful Shariah Income Fund aims to provide a stable level of income through investments in a diversified portfolio of Shariah-compliant fixed income securities. This is achieved by investing primarily in Islamic fixed securities, cash, short term money market instruments and income yielding Malaysian equities.Risk Barometer:
Low to moderateAsset Class Range %
Equities & equity-related securities 0-10
Fixed income securities 40-95
Cash & cash equivalents 5-60
Other Assets 0-10Fund Management Fee:
Up to 1% per annum

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More MAA Takaful Shariah Flexi Fund
Description:
MAA Takaful Shariah Flexi Fund aims to generate a positive return over medium to long-term period given the flexibility of the asset allocation of the fund. The fund is invested in a diversified portfolio of Shariah-compliant securities, predominantly in Malaysian equities, Islamic debt securities and short term-term Islamic money market. The allocation of assets will be determined by market conditions.Risk Barometer:
Moderate to HighAsset Class Range %
Equities & equity-related securities 10-90
Fixed income securities 10-90
Cash & cash equivalents 5-60
Other Assets 0-10Fund Management Fee:
Up to 1.3% per annum

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More MAA Shariah Growth 2
Description:
MAA Takaful Shariah Growth Fund aims to provide potential capital growth over the medium to long term investment harizon.This is achieved by focusing on investment in a diversified portfolio of Shariah approved equities with high growth potential.

Risk Barometer:

High Asset Class Range %
Shariah-compliant equities 70–90
Sukuk and other Islamic debt instruments Not Applicable
Shariah permissible deposits and money market instruments 10–30
Other Shariah-compliant assets Not Applicable
Fund Management Fee:
Up to 1.5% per annum

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More MAA Shariah Balanced 2
Description:
MAA Takaful Shariah Balanced Fund aims to provide a stable income and potential capital appreciation over the medium
to long-term investment horizon.This is achieved by investing in a balanced mix of Shariah-compliant portfolio including Shariah-compliant equities, Sukuk and other Islamic debt instruments and Shariah permissible deposits and money market instruments.Risk Barometer:
Moderate to high Asset Class Range %
Shariah-compliant equities 0–70
Sukuk and other Islamic debt instruments 0–60
Shariah permissible deposits and money market instruments 0–60
Other Shariah-compliant assets Not Applicable
Fund Management Fee:
Up to 1.3% per annum

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More MAA Shariah Income 2
Description:
MAA Takaful Shariah Income Fund aims to provide a stable level of income. This is achieved through investment in a diversified portfolio of Shariah-approved Sukuk and short term Islamic money market instruments, with small portion in Shariah-approved equities.Risk Barometer:
Low to moderate Asset Class Range %
Shariah-compliant equities 0–10
Sukuk and other Islamic debt instruments 0–100
Shariah permissible deposits and money market instruments 0–100
Other Shariah-compliant assets Not Applicable
Fund Management Fee:
Up to 1.0% per annum

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More MAA Shariah Flexi 2
Description:
MAA Takaful Shariah Flexi Fund aims to generate potential capital appreciation over medium to long-term investment
horizon given the flexibility of the asset allocation. The Fund will generally have an equity exposure of up to 90% of the Fund’s Net Asset Value to generate returns to the Fund. However, when weaknesses in the equity markets are anticipated, the flexibility of the fund will be retained by investing up to 100% of the Fund in Shariah-compliant liquid assets. The reason is to achieve the target return and/or to help preserve capital. The allocation of assets will be determined by market conditions.Risk Barometer:
Moderate to High Asset Class Range %
Shariah-compliant equities 0–90
Sukuk and other Islamic debt instruments 0–90
Shariah permissible deposits and money market instruments 0–100
Other Shariah-compliant assets Not Applicable
Fund Management Fee:
Up to 1.3% per annum

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