UBL Fund Managers Announces the launch of UBL Active Principal Preservation Plan-II

April 2, 2018

PAKISTAN, Karachi, April 2018: UBL Fund Managers Limited (UBL Funds) announced the launch of UBL Active Principal Preservation Plan-II under UBL Financial Planning Fund. This Plan is now open for subscription. The “UBL Active Principal Preservation Plan-II (UAPPP-II)” is a Principal Preservation Plan under “UBL Financial Planning Fund” with an objective to earn a potentially high return through dynamic asset allocation between Equity, Sovereign Income, Money Market based Collective Investment Schemes & Money Market Component (Saving Accounts & Term Deposits) with banks having a rating of AA- & Above, while providing principal preservation of the Initial Investment Value including sales load at completion of twenty four months and beyond till maturity of the plan.

UAPPP-II will be investing in UBL Dedicated Equity Fund to take exposure to Equities, while investing in UBL Government Securities Fund (UGSF), UBL liquidity Plus Fund (ULPF) and/or UBL Money Market Fund (UMMF) to take exposure to the Sovereign Income/Money Markets.


About UBL Fund Managers Limited:

Established in 2001 and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, UBL Fund

Managers has been offering its products and services to investors in Pakistan for over a decade and since 2011 has presence in the Middle East as well. With AUMs of PKR 70Bn as of September 30, 2017, UBL Fund Managers is one of the leading Asset Management Companies in Pakistan. It has also been given the High Management Quality Rating of AM1 by JCR-VIS Credit Rating Company which is currently the highest management quality rating assigned to any AMC in Pakistan.

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