REGULAR SAVINGS PLAN

For most of us, the two major financial concerns in life are funding our children’s tertiary education and our own retirement. Planning for these two very important financial goals should start as early as possible because the sum of money can be astoundingly large.

How do you save the large amount of money? It begins with taking the first step to spend less than you earn and investing the rest through a Regular Savings Plan.

The Regular Savings Plan offered by us helps you make the most out of market highs and lows; by practising a disciplined regular investment contribution, you will be able to buy more units when the price is low and fewer when price is high.
 
Call your unit trust adviser today or contact our Customer Service at 03-2719 9271 now to find out how our Regular Savings Plan can help you achieve your financial goals. 

You can also start a Regular Savings Plan using the Financial Process Exchange (FPX) direct debit service offered by these 27 participating banks:

No. Bank Abbreviation  Bank Name 
1. ABB Affin Bank Berhad
2. ARM Al Rajhi Banking & Investment Corporation
3. ABMB Alliance Bank Malaysian Berhad
4. AMBB  AmBank Malaysia Berhad
5. BIMB Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad 
6. BKRM Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia B2C
7. BMMB  Bank Muamalat Malaysia Berhad 
8. BOFA Bank of America (M) Berhad
9. BOCM Bank Of China ( Malaysia) Berhad
10. BTMU Bank of Tokyo (MUFG)
11. AGRO Bank Pertanian (Agrobank)
12. BNPP BNP Paribas
13. CIMB  CIMB Bank Berhad
14. CITI Citibank Berhad
15. DBB Deutsche Bank (Malaysia) Berhad 
16. HLBB Hong Leong Bank Berhad
17. HSBC  HSBC Bank Berhad FPX
18. ICBC Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
19. JPMC  J.P Morgan Chase Bank
20. MBB Malayan Banking Berhad
21. MCBM Mizuho Bank (Malaysia) Berhad
22. OCBC  OCBC Bank Malaysia Berhad 
23. PBB  Public Bank Berhad 
24. RHB RHB Bank Berhad
25. SCB  Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia Berhad 
26. SMBC Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Malaysia Berhad
27. UOB  United Overseas Bank 

 

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