ICD Global Sustainable Fund

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Responsibility Statement

This Product Highlights Sheet has been reviewed and approved by the directors of Saturna Sdn. Bhd. and they collectively and individually accept full responsibility for the accuracy of the information. Having made all reasonable enquiries, they confirm to the best of their knowledge and belief, that there are no false or misleading statements, or omission of other facts that would make any statement in this Product Highlights Sheet false or misleading.

Disclaimer Statements

The Securities Commission Malaysia has authorised the ICD Global Sustainable Fund and a copy of this Product Highlights Sheet has been lodged with the Securities Commission Malaysia.

The authorisation of the Fund, and registration of this Product Highlights Sheet, should not be taken to indicate that Securities Commission Malaysia recommends the said Fund or assumes responsibility for the correctness of any statement made, opinion expressed or report contained in this Product Highlights Sheet.

The Securities Commission Malaysia is not liable for any non-disclosure on the part of the Manager responsible for the said Fund and takes no responsibility for the contents in this Product Highlights Sheet. The Securities Commission Malaysia makes no representation on the accuracy or completeness of this Product Highlights Sheet, and expressly disclaims any liability whatsoever arising from, or in reliance upon, the whole or any part of its contents.

This Product Highlights Sheet only highlights the key features and risks of the Fund. Investors are advised to request, read and understand the Prospectus of the Fund before deciding to invest.



ISIN Code: MYU9802AA008

Bloomberg Ticker: SSBRGSF MK

Type of Product: Unit Trust Fund

Fund Category: Shariah-compliant Equity

Fund Type: Growth and Income

Manager: Saturna Sdn Bhd

Launch Date: 23 June 2017


The Fund is suitable for investors who:

  • Are looking for a global Shariah-compliant equity portfolio;
  • Are looking for capital appreciation and income;
  • Are looking for diversification and exposure to the global equity markets;
  • Have a long-term investment outlook.

What are you investing in?

You are investing in a Shariah equity fund that seeks to provide long-term capital growth and income by investing in
Shariah-compliant equity securities with exposure to global markets.

Investment Objective The Fund seeks to provide Long-term capital appreciation and income.
Investment Style & Strategy

To achieve its objective, the Fund invests in a diversified global portfolio of Sustainable Shariah-compliant equities. At least 70% of the Fund's NAV will be invested in Sustainable Shariah-compliant equities and up to 30% of the Fund's NAV will be invested in Islamic liquid assets including Islamic money market instruments, Islamic deposits with Islamic financial institutions and collective investment schemes, including ICD Money Market Fund. Asset allocation decisions are continuously made and reviewed based upon global economic and
financial trends.

Company investment decisions are primarily made based on value with potential for reasonable and Sustainable growth. The Manager analyses economic growth rates, interest rates, inflation, currencies and government policies. Stock selection criteria include improving fundamentals, dividends and solid growth potential at reasonable valuations. Stock valuation fundamentals considered are sales growth, profit margin, cash generation, earnings per share, return on equity, price earnings ratio and net tangible asset multiples.

The Fund's investments comply with the Shariah requirements of the Shariah Advisory ouncil of the SC for Malaysian securities as well as the AAOIFI Shariah standards for all other foreign securities.

Asset Allocation

The asset allocation of the Fund is as follows:

  • At least 70% of the Fund's net asset value ("NAV") in Sustainable Shariah-compliant equities; and
  • Up to 30% of the Fund's NAV in Islamic liquid assets including Islamic money
    market instruments and Islamic deposits with Islamic financial institutions
    and collective investment schemes, including ICD Money Market Fund.
Benchmark MSCI ACWI Islamic index (source : www.msci.com)
Base Currency US$ (USD)
Financial Year 30 June
Launch Date 23 June 2017
Income Distribution Policy Subject to availability of income, distribution will be made on a semi annual

The Shariah Adviser monitors the operations and investments of the Fund in accordance with the Shariah investment guidelines. Shariah investing requires that companies that do not comply with Shariah law are not considered for purchase. Securities of companies that fail to pass a series of financial ratio filters are also excluded from consideration. The Fund does not invest in debt instruments nor investments that might be considered as speculative, such as derivatives. Any income or distribution received by the Fund from investments in its portfolio which relates to income from Shariah noncompliant investments are considered as impure income. This impure income is subject to an income purification process.

Note: Should you require further information, please refer to the Prospectus under "Shariah Investment Guidelines".


With whom are you investing?

Who are the parties involved?

  • The Manager of the Fund is Saturna Sdn Bhd
  • The Trustee of the Fund is SCBMB Trustee Berhad
  • The Trustee's delegate for the custodian of the assets of the Fund is Standard Chartered Bank (Malaysia) Berhad
  • The Shariah Adviser of the Fund is Amanie Advisors Sdn Bhd
  • The auditor for the Fund is Crowe Horwath
  • The taxation advisor for the Fund is Crowe Horwath KL Tax

What are the possible outcomes of investing in the Fund?

The value per unit of the Fund rises and falls as the value of the equities in which the Fund invests goes up and down. Under normal circumstances, the Fund Manager aims to outperform the Fund's benchmark, the MSCI ACWI Islamic index. However, the Fund may post a lower return or even incur losses if one or more of the key risks occur. In the worst scenario where all the investments of the Fund are in default or suspended, investors may lose part or even all of their initial investments.


You may submit an application to purchase units of the Fund on any business day subject to the minimum initial investment and minimum additional investment amount of the Fund.

Minimum initial investment


Note: The Manager may in its own discretion accept such other lower amount for the minimum initial investment.

Minimum additional investment


Note: The Manager may in its own discretion accept such other lower amount for the minimum additional investment.

Purchase request submission Cut off time before 4:00 p.m. on a business day

Note: Investors in Malaysia intending to invest in the Fund is required to have a foreign currency account with any bank in Malaysia. Where applicable, investors must comply with the Foreign Exchange Administration rules issued by the central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia. It is advisable to seek professional advice on the FEA Rules before making any investment decisions.


You may request for redemption from the Fund Manager on any business day.

Minimum redemption unit

No minimum redemption amount

Minimum holdings

No minimum holdings for Units

Redemption request submission

Cutoff time before 4:00 p.m. on a business day

Payment of redemption proceeds Within 3 business days of receiving a complete redemption request form


Transfer facility

The minimum transfer amount is 1,000 Units. No fee is imposed for any transfer.

Switching facility Switching is not available for this Fund.

What are the general risks related to the Fund?

Market Risk

Market risk refers to the possibility that an investment will lose value because of a general decline in financial markets, due to economic, political and/or other factors, which will result in a decline in the Fund's Net Asset Value.

Non-compliance Risk The Manager and/or the Trustee may not comply with the provisions set out in the Deed or the law that governs the Fund. The Manager and/or Trustee may not comply with operating procedures whether by oversight or by omission, or the Manager may act fraudulently or dishonestly. Such non-compliance may force the Manager to sell down securities of the Fund at a loss to rectify the non-compliance. To mitigate this risk, the Manager has put in place internal controls to ensure its continuous compliance with laws, rules and regulations, prescribed practices and the Manager's internal policies and procedures.
Performance Risk A failure of the Manager to display the requisite experience and expertise in making investment decisions for the Fund may jeopardize the Fund's performance. There is no guarantee the Fund will meet its investment objective of Long-term capital growth. Investors should be aware that no guarantee is given that they will receive returns on their investments, or that investors will get back their initial amount invested in full. In order to mitigate this risk, the implementation of internal controls and a structured investment process and operational procedures has been put in place by the Manager.
Operational Risk

Operational risk includes risks that arise from internal process of organisation. These may result from inadequacies or failure in processes, controls or projects due to fraud, unauthorised activities, error, omission, inefficiency, systems failure or from external events. Operational risk may affect the Unit Holder's investment negatively.

The Manager and Trustee have various control mechanisms at different levels throughout the organisation to monitor that the operational policy and procedures are being followed. Operation failure may affect the Unit Holder's investment.

Equity Securities Risk Shariah-compliant equity securities may experience significant volatility in response to economic or market conditions or adverse events that affect a particular industry, sector, or company. Midsize companies may have more limited financial resources, products, or services, and tend to be more sensitive to changing economic or market conditions. The value of a particular Shariah-compliant equity security may also fluctuate in response to activities of individual companies. This risk can adversely affect the prices of equities, which would negatively impact the performance of the Fund. To mitigate this risk, the Manager will conduct rigorous fundamental analysis of the Shariah-compliant equity securities.
Large and Midsize
Company Risk
Although the Fund may invest in companies of all sizes, the Funds tend to favor larger companies and, to a lesser extent, midsize companies. Larger companies may have slower rates of growth as compared to smaller, fastergrowing companies. Midsize companies may have more limited financial resources, products, or services, and tend to be more sensitive to changing economic or market conditions.
Concentration Risk Investors should be aware of the Fund's possible concentration in a particular industry when investing in this Fund. Should the Fund's investments be concentrated in an industry that underperforms the general market, it could cause the Fund's overall results to suffer more than if the Fund was exposed to a less concentrated portfolio. To maintain diversification and reduce concentration risk, the Fund may invest no more than 25% of the Fund's NAV in any one industry. As investments in major market industries, such as banking and financials, are not available to Islamic investors, the Fund may be subject to a higher level of risk than a more diversified portfolio.
Country Risk

Investments of the Fund in any countries may be affected by changes in the economic and political climate, restriction on currency repatriation or other developments in the law or regulations of the countries in which the Fund invests. For example, the deteriorating economic condition of such countries may adversely affect the value of the investments undertaken by the Fund in those affected countries. This in turn may cause the Net Asset Value of the Fund or prices of Units to fall. To maintain global diversification and reduce country risk, the Fund may invest no more than 50% of the Fund's NAV in any one country.

Currency Risk As the investments of the Fund may be denominated in currencies other than the base currency of the Fund, any fluctuation in the exchange rate between the base currency and the currencies in which the investments are denominated may have an impact on the value of these investments. Investors should be aware that if the currencies in which the investments are denominated depreciate against the base currency, this will have an adverse effect on the NAV of the Fund in the base currency and vice versa. Investors should note that any gains or losses arising from the fluctuation in the exchange rate might further increase or decrease the returns of the investment.
Reclassification of
Shariah Status Risk
This risk refers to the risk that the currently held Shariah-compliant equities in the Fund may be reclassified as Shariah non-compliant in the periodic review of the equities by the Shariah Advisory Council of the Securities Commission Malaysia, the Shariah Advisor or the Shariah boards of the relevant Islamic indices. If this occurs, the Manager will take the necessary steps to dispose such equities. There may be opportunity loss to the Fund due to the Fund not being allowed to retain the excess capital gains derived from the disposal of the Shariah non-compliant equities. The value of the Fund may be adversely affected when the Manager disposes of portfolio investments in unfavourable market conditions.

The above list of risks should not be considered as exhaustive list. While every care will be taken by the Manager to mitigate the risk, Investors should be aware that investments in the Fund may be exposed to other risks of an exceptional nature from time to time. Please refer to the Prospectus under "Risk Factors" for further details on risk.


What are the fees, charges, and expenses involved?

The Fund seeks to minimize the expenses of investors. There is no sales charge, redemption charge, or transfer fee payable by an investor.

Administration Fee 0.25% per annum of the NAV of the Fund
Distribution Fee 0.25% per annum of the NAV of the Fund
Performance Fee 10% of the gross asset value that cumulatively increases or decreases, excluding subscriptions and redemptions, for each day in the financial year
Trustee Fee 0.05% per annum of the NAV of the Fund (excluding foreign sub-custodian fees and charges)
Sales Charge None
Redemption Charge None
Transfer Fee None
Switching Fee Not applicable as switching is not available for this Fund

How often are valuations available for the Fund?

The Fund will be valued on every Business Day. The latest Unit prices are published daily by the Internet price providing
services such as Bloomberg, or you may contact the Manager directly at 03-2164 5303.


How can you exit from the Fund, and what are the costs involved?

You may redeem your Units wholly or in part by submitting an application form to the Manager. Request application should be made before the cutoff time of 4:00 p.m. on any Business Day. The Units will be redeemed at the NAV per Unit alculated
at the next valuation point after the request application is received by the Manager. When the request application is eceived
after the cutoff time, the application will be deemed to have been received on the next Business Day.

If you are a first-time individual investor who is investing in Unit Trust Fund managed by the Manager and you change your mind about an investment that you have made in the Fund, you may exercise the cooling-off right within six (6) Business Days from the date your application is received by the Manager.

Cooling-off proceeds will only be paid after the Manager receives cleared funds for the original investment. The original investment proceeds shall be refunded to you within 10 calendar days of receipt of application for cooling-off. There is no cost involved or penalty chargeable in relation to exiting from the Fund. Payment will be made via E-payment according to your bank account details as stated in the duly completed transaction form.


Who should you contact for further information or to lodge a complaint?

For further information regarding the Fund, you may contact:

I. The distributor from whom you purchased the Fund; or
II. The Manager's office – Saturna Sdn Bhd

Suite 5.03, 5th Floor Menara Atlan
161-B Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2164 5303
Fax: 03-2164 5308
Email: info@saturna.com.my
Website: www.saturna.com.my

III. For internal dispute resolution, you may contact:

Client Servicing Personnel
a. via phone to :603-2164 5303
b. via fax to :603-2164 5308
c. via email :info@saturna.com.my
d. website :saturna.com.my

IV. If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of the internal dispute resolution process, please refer your dispute to the Securities Industry Dispute Resolution Centre (SIDREC):

a. via phone to :603-2282 2280
b. via fax to :603-2282 3855
c. via email to :info@sidrec.com.my
d. via letter to :Securities Industry Dispute Resolution Centre (SIDREC)
Unit A-9-1, Level 9, Tower A, Menara UOA Bangsar
No. 5, Jalan Bangsar Utama 1
59000 Kuala Lumpur

V. You can also direct your complaint to the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) even if you have initiated a dispute resolution process with SIDREC. To make a complaint, please contact the SC's Investor Affairs & Complaints Department:

a. via phone to :603-6204 8999
b. via fax to :603-6204 8991
c. via email to :aduan@seccom.com.my
d. via the online complaint form available at www.sc.com.my
e. via letter to :Investor Affairs & Complaints Department
Securities Commission Malaysia
3 Persiaran Bukit Kiara
Bukit Kiara
50490 Kuala Lumpur



Board The board of directors of the Manager
Business Day A day on which Bursa Malaysia is open for trading
Deed The deed of the Fund and any other supplemental deed that may be entered into between the Manager and the Trustee
Launch Date The date of the first Prospectus of the Fund and is the date on which sales of Units of the Fund may first be made
Fund The ICD Global Sustainable Fund
Long-term A period of more than 3 years
Net Asset Value or NAV The value of all the Fund's assets less the value of all the Fund's liabilities at the valuation point. For the purpose of computing the administration fee, distribution fee, performance fee (if any), and annual trustee fee, the NAV is inclusive (that is, before any deduction) of the fees for the relevant day
NAV per Unit The NAV of the Fund divided by the total number of Units in circulation at the valuation point
SC The Securities Commission Malaysia
Shariah Islamic law, originating from the Qur'an (the holy book of Islam), and its practices and explanations rendered by the prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and ijtihad of ulamak (personal effort by qualified Shariah scholars to determine the true ruling of the divine law on matters whose revelations are not explicit)
Sustainable The Manager considers issuers with sustainable characteristics to be those issuers that are generally larger, more stablished, consistently profitable, financially strong and with low exposure to risks in the areas of the environment, social responsibility and corporate governance ("ESG")
Unit(s) A measurement of the right or interest of a Unitholder in the Fund
Unitholder The person registered as a holder of a Unit or Units, including persons jointly registered for the Fund