, Malaysia

Public Mutual declares distributions for 3 funds


Public Mutual has declared distributions for three of its funds. The total gross distributions declared for the financial year ending 31 December 2010 are 9.00 sen per unit For Public Savings Fund, 2.00 sen per unit for Public Focus Select Fund, and 3.00 sen per unit for Public Islamic Enhanced Bond Fund.

Public Mutual’s Chief Executive Officer Ms. Yeoh Kim Hong is pleased that all the above funds have delivered respectable returns to its investors.

 “Public Savings Fund and Public Focus Select Fund have recorded one-year double-digit returns of 17.94 per cent and 25.77 per cent respectively for the period ended 3 December 2010. Both funds are open for EPF Members Investment Scheme,” she pointed out.

Public Islamic Enhanced Bond Fund recorded a one-year return of 4.88 per cent for the same period.

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