Disclaimer

 
This website provides general information and does not have regard to any specific investment objective, financial situation, or particular personal need. It does not constitute the distribution of any information where such distribution would be unlawful. Under no circumstances is it to be considered as an offer to sell, or a solicitation of any offer to buy by anyone in any jurisdiction in which such solicitation or offer is not authorised or to any person whom it is unlawful to make such solicitation or offer. All information contained on this website is distributed with the understanding that Pacific Mutual Fund Bhd is not rendering professional advice or opinions. Accordingly, the Company and its staff assume no liability whatsoever for any loss directly or indirectly caused by any person acting or refraining from acting by relying on the information provided/generated in this website and its interactive worksheets. You are advised to make your own assessment of the relevance, accuracy and adequacy of the information contained in / generated from this website and its interactive worksheets. The Company and its staff cannot guarantee confidential use of this website with complete security and privacy. Therefore, information transmitted to this website may be subject to access by, or disclosure to, other persons.

Pacific Mutual Fund Bhd controls and operates this website from Malaysia. This website is not directed to any person in any jurisdiction where the publication or availability of this website is prohibited. This website and any transaction effected through it shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Malaysia and the Malaysian courts shall have jurisdiction to any legal jurisdiction of the Malaysian courts.

Prospectuses dated 15 November 2016 and 28 March 2017; supplementary prospectus dated 28 March 2017, which is to be read with its relevant prospectus; information memorandums dated 31 May 2016, 30 August 2016, 31 October 2016, 12 January 2017 and 19 April 2017; supplementary information memorandums dated 8 February 2017 and 13 March 2017, which are to be read together with the relevant information memorandums; and Product Highlights Sheets (“PHS”) are obtainable at our offices and you have the right to request for a copy. They have been registered and lodged with the Securities Commission Malaysia (where applicable) who takes no responsibility for their contents. Units will only be issued when we receive the official application form, investment form and declaration form (where applicable).

You are advised to read and understand the prospectuses, supplementary prospectus, information memorandums, supplementary information memorandums and PHS, and if necessary, consult your advisers, as well as consider the fees and charges involved before investing. Net asset value (NAV) and distributions payable, if any, may go down as well as up. Past performance is not an indication of future performance.

Our Funds are subject to these specific risks — Pacific Premier Fund, Pacific Dana Aman, Pacific Millennium Fund, Pacific Income Fund and Pacific SELECT Balance Fund — company specific risk; Pacific Pearl Fund — liquidity risk; Pacific Recovery Fund — expectation risk; Pacific Dana Murni and Pacific SELECT Income Fund — credit risk; Pacific Dividend Fund and Pacific Dana Dividen — dividend policy risk; Pacific Focus18 Fund — concentration risk; Pacific Cash Fund — interest rate risk; Pacific Asia Brands Fund, Pacific Global Stars Fund and Pacific AsiaPac Income Fund — currency risk; Pacific Focus China Fund — country and/or foreign securities risk; Pacific Global A.I.R. Fund — sector specific risk; Pacific Dynamic AsiaPac Fund — timing of asset allocation risk; Pacific Dana Imbang — company specific risk, credit risk and interest rate risk; and Pacific Dynamic Global Islamic Fund – reclassification of Shariah status risk and timing of asset allocation risk. Pacific Emerging Market Bond Fund is subject to target fund risk, currency risk and country and/or foreign securities risk. Pacific Islamic Cash Fund is subject to early termination of money market placements risk, reinvestment risk, inflation or puchasing power risk and credit risk. Pacific ROAR Fund is subject to timing of asset allocation, country and sector allocation risk, inverse ETF risk, country and/or foreign securities risk, market risk, currency risk, ETF risk, liquidity risk, company specific risk, interest rate risk, credit risk, derivatives risk, warrants and options risk, and futures risk. Pacific Cash Deposit Fund is subject to early termination of cash deposits risk, reinvestment risk, inflation or purchasing power risk and credit risk. Pacific Asian Income Fund is subject to target fund risk, currency risk and country and/or foreign securities risk. Pacific OCBC Cash Fund is subject to early termination of cash deposit risk, reinvestment risk, inflation or purchasing power risk, concentration risk and credit risk.

Description of these risks is published in our prospectuses dated 15 November 2016 and 28 March 2017, and information memorandums dated 31 May 2016, 30 August 2016, 31 October 2016, 12 January 2017 and 19 April 2017.

Transactions are not to be conducted via computer transmission. However, you may request for further information. You should study the prospectuses, supplementary prospectus, information memorandums, supplementary information memorandums and PHS, and consider the fees and charges involved before investing. You should also note that distributions and NAV per unit do go up and down and past performance is not indicative of future performance.

Where a distribution is declared, you are advised that following the distribution, the NAV per unit will be reduced from cum-distribution NAV to ex-distribution NAV.

While it is the duty of the Manager to ensure the Fund(s) is/are being correctly valued or priced, the Manager cannot be held liable for any error in prices published on the websites of our distributors for the Fund(s). Pursuant to the Guidelines on Unit Trust Funds issued by the Securities Commission Malaysia, where there is incorrect valuation or pricing of units, the Manager will take immediate remedial action to rectify the error, which extends to reimbursement of money by the Manager to the Fund(s) and/or from the Fund(s) to the unitholders or former unitholders. Rectification need not be extended to any reimbursement where it appears to the trustees that the incorrect pricing is of minimal significance.

While it is the duty of the Manager to ensure that all comments given to the media is accurate and true at the time the comments were given, misquotation may still occur either by the media or third parties, which are out of the Manager’s control. In such situations, the Manager and its employees hold no responsibility for any claims and liabilities due to the misquotations by the media and/or third parties, and are under no obligation to fulfil any expectation or demand in relation to the misquoted statements.