Old Mutual Al Baraka Equity Fund
- This fund is suited to investors with a long-term investment horizon seeking to maximise growth in a Shari’ah compliant fund. They are able to accept the risks associated with equity funds and also the mandate risk of a more limited investment universe.
- Unit trust investments are liquid funds and they permit unlimited withdrawals to be made, regardless of the investment horizon initially anticipated.
- The Portfolio adheres to the standards of the Accounting and Auditing Organisation for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI) as interpreted by the Shari'ah Supervisory Board.
- The fund aims to achieve long-term inflation-beating growth, and therefore may hold a higher allocation to equities than what is allowed in terms of Regulation 28 of the Pension Funds Act
- The minimum investment amounts are R10 000 lump sum or R500/month.
- The fund invests in a broad spectrum of local and international listed investments with moderate to high risk profile
- Unit trust investments are cost effective tool to save for a home, car or education. They are open ended, no fixed period
- Entities can use this as a medium to long term investment
- Upfront fee - maximum 3.45% incl VAT (Once off fee)
- Annual Advisor Fee – maximum 1.15% incl VAT
- Beneficiaries cannot be added
The following documentation is required to apply:
- South African bar-coded Identity Document/Smart ID
- Proof of address not older than 3 months, for the verification of your residential address
- Birth Certificate of minor or Smart ID for young adults age 16 and over
- South African bar-coded Identity Document/Smart ID and proof of address not older than 3 months of parent or guardian, for the verification of their residential address
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