ASBI DANA AL-MUNSIF _31 MAY 2012_ 5.43 - Bank Islam Malaysia

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					    ASBI DANA AL-MUNSIF                                                                                                  (31 MAY 2012)

                                            1                      4                  1
                      5.43 LOW          Consistent            Preservation           Total
            15 June 2012
                                         Return                                     Return

                                                                INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE
  The principal investment objective of the Fund is to provide a steady and consistent income and capital appreciation of the Units over the medium
  to long term period. Accordingly, returns shall be in the form of long term capital growth and regular income distribution to the Unit Holders.

            TYPE OF FUND                        INVESTOR RISK PROFILE                                   HIGHEST & LOWEST NAV

       Income & Growth                                  Moderate                                                          Date                Price
                                                                                              Highest                  24/07/2007           RM0.6531
                                  FUND INFORMATION                                             Lowest                  25/02/2002           RM0.4699

 Financial Year End                      31 August                                                      FUND MANAGER’S REVIEW
 Launch Date                             27 December 2001
 Approved Fund Size                      400 million units                          For the month, the FBM Shariah Index fell -94.8 points or -0.98%
                                                                                    to close at 10,721.4 points, while FBMKLCI fell 25 points or 1.6%
 Current Fund Size                          NAV (RM)                68,296,897.20   to close at 1,571 points. The average value traded on Bursa
                                              Units                126,733,509.21   Malaysia in April contracted by 15% month-on-month to RM1.54
 EPF Investment Scheme                   Yes                                        billion per day.

                             TRANSACTION & DISTRIBUTION                             The Government Investment Issue (GII) yields and AAA Corporate
                                                                                    Sukuk yields decline in April 2012 as investors purchase Sukuk on
 Min. Initial Investment                 RM 100.00                                  expectation interest rates will remain low.

 Subsequent Investment                   RM 10.00                                   The equity market outlook is expected to be volatile in 2012. The
                                         The Fund intends to pay out annual         downside risk for the equity markets are the Euro zone debt
                                         income distribution to Unit Holders if     problems and the uncertainty over the results of the next General
 Distribution Policy                                                                Election. On the positive for the equity market is government
                                         sufficient investment income has been
                                         accumulated during the year.               policies are supporting global equity markets. Central banks in
                                                                                    United States, Europe and Japan maintain ample liquidity in the
                                    FEES & CHARGES                                  financial markets. The Sukuk market is expected to remain
                                                                                    supported due to the high liquidity (the amount of excess liquidity
                                                                                    mopped up by Bank Negara is estimated at RM283.7bn at end-
Sales Charge                                          5.00%
                                                                                    April) and the outlook for low interest rate as inflation expected to
Annual Management Fee                                 1.50%                         moderate in 2012.
Annual Trustee Fee               0.08%, subject to a minimum fee of RM18,000 p.a             CHART 1: ASSET ALLOCATION AS AT 31 MAY 2012

                                     TOP 5 SECTORS

  SECTOR NAME                                                       % NAV
  Oil & Gas                                                            8.6
  Industrial                                                           8.5            Equity,
  Telco                                                                6.7
  Construction                                                         5.1
  Utility                                                              3.6

                                    TOP 5 HOLDINGS

  SECURITY NAME                                                    % NAV
  Sapurakencana Petroleum Bhd                                          4.6                                                                Money
  Sime Darby Berhad                                                    3.5                                                                Market
  Maxis Bhd                                                            2.9
  Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd                                         2.8
  IOI Corporation Bhd                                                  2.8                                                                 Cash,
     ASBI DANA AL-MUNSIF                                                                                                                              (31 MAY 2012)
                                              CHART 2: PERFORMANCE OF THE FUND AND BENCHMARK INDEX

  80%                                   Dana Al Munsif
  60%                                   60% FBM Sha + 40% 12 mth GIA
                              1 Month

                                              3 Months

                                                             6 Months

                                                                                 9 Months

                                                                                                     12 Months

                                                                                                                                                                              Since Inc
                                                                                                                   2 Years

                                                                                                                                    3 Years

                                                                                                                                                4 Years

                                                                                                                                                                  5 Years

                                                         PERFORMANCE VS. BENCHMARK AS AT 31 MAY 2012

                                           YTD              3 Months                        6 Months             1 Year               3 Years               5 Years
Fund                                      1.91%              -0.59%                          5.11%               1.23%                 19.50%               14.04%           90.39%

Benchmark                                 2.95%              -0.23%                          5.90%               3.36%                 30.33%               17.18%           80.41%
Note: Performance figure are based on NAV per unit and/ or bid prices.

                                                                                 ANNUAL RETURN

                                            2007                        2008                         2009                    2010                         2011               Total
Distribution/ Unit                          4.50                        3.50                         2.25                    2.25                         2.50               15.00
Distribution Yield                          9.15%                       5.90%                        4.30%                   4.36%                        4.76%
Total Return                                29.68%                      -5.92%                       2.95%                   6.28%                        2.04%
Benchmark                                   26.12%                      -7.59%                       5.68%                   8.62%                        3.67%
Note: Performance figure are based on NAV per unit and/ or bid prices.

* The Fund total return have been verified by Perkasa Normandy Managers Sdn. Bhd (Company No: 530172-V).
Based on the Fund's portfolio returns as at 15 June 2012, the Volatility Factor (VF) for this Fund is 5.43 and is classified as "LOW" includes Funds with VF
are above 2.675 but not more than 9.790 (Source: Lipper). The VF means there is a possibility for the Fund in generating an upside return or downside
return around this VF. The Volatility Class (VC) is assigned by Lipper based on quintile ranks of VF for qualified Funds. VF is subject to monthly revision and
VC will be revised every six months. The Fund's portfolio may have changed since this date and there is no guarantee that the Fund will continue to have the
same VF or VC in the future. Presently, only Funds launched in the market for at least 36 months will display the VF and its VC.

1)    This fund factsheet is prepared for information purposes only. It does not have regard to the specific investment objectives or the financial situation
      needs of any specific person who may receive it. Neither the information nor any opinions expressed constitute an offer, or an invitation to make an
      offer to buy or sell any securities or unit trust. Past performance is not necessarily a guide for future performance and income distributions are not
      guaranteed. Returns may vary from year to year.

2)    Investors are advised to read and understand the contents of the Master Prospectus dated 5 November 2011 and any supplemental prospectus issued
      thereafter, which have been registered with the Securities Commission who takes no responsibility for its contents, before investing. A copy of Master
      Prospectus can be obtained from the Head Office of BIMB Investment Management Berhad, authorized consultants or from our approved distributors.
      Investors should consider the fees and charges involved before investing. You are also advised to read and understand the contents of the Unit Trust
      Loan Financing Risk Disclosure Statement before deciding to borrow to purchase units.

3)    Investments in the Fund are exposed to risks, such as but not limited to stock specific risk, profit rate risk and market risk. These risks and other general
      risks are elaborated in the Master Prospectus. Investors should also note that the price of units and distribution payables, if any, may go down as well
      as up. The information contained herein has been obtained from sources believed in good faith to be reliable, however, no guarantee is given in its
      accuracy or completeness. All opinions in respect of market review, fund review and outlook constitute the Manager’s judgments as of the date of the
      issuance of this factsheet and are subject to change without notice.

4)    Investors are also advised that, where a unit split/distribution is declared, the NAV per unit will be reduced from pre-unit split NAV/cum-distribution NAV
      to post-unit split NAV/ex-distribution NAV. Where a unit split is declared, the value of their investment in Malaysian Ringgit will remain unchanged after
      the distribution of the additional units.

5)    Any issue of units to which the Master Prospectus relates will only be made upon receipt of the completed application form referred to in accompanying
      the Master Prospectus, subject to the terms and condition therein.

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