StanChart Securities introduces new fund from Fullerton

Standard Chartered Securities hosted a webinar recently for its clients in partnership with Fullerton Fund Management.

CEO Standard Chartered Securities Brenda Low in her opening remarks said that with global events happening around the globe affecting market volatility, Standard Chartered Securities is committed to helping their clients stay invested by offering advice on diversification of their portfolio and to seek opportunities where they may present themselves.

“At times like these, we believe how you react is key towards your long-term investment returns, so staying invested is a critical message we aim to deliver to our clients. In the sea of red, it is understandable that anxiety will set in. However, it also offers the opportunity to increase our investments as the market goes on sale,” she said.

During the webinar, Standard Chartered Securities introduced its latest unit trust fund offering the Fullerton Short Term Interest Rate fund which aims to seek stable Singapore dollar returns in a diversified high-quality bonds portfolio to help you hedge against inflation.

Representatives from Fullerton Fund Management, Kylie Soh, Senior Vice President, Product Specialist; and Sam YE, Vice President, Business Development – Intermediary Sales, were on hand to present on the fund strategy while Senior Investment Counsellor, Hazwan Kamarulzaman, Standard Chartered Securities shared on the market outlook.

Standard Chartered Securities offers the widest range of wealth products and advisory services. Potential investors are required to complete a client risk profiling assessment to ensure that clients understand their risk appetite before taking up any wealth products. Investors who wish to know more about investment products and services can visit Standard Chartered’s Gadong and Kuala Belait branches to speak to any licensed Relationship Manager or Wealth Consultant, email wealth.bn@sc.com or visit the bank’s website www.sc.com/bn.

This article was first published on 19 March 2022 in our Weekly Epaper issue 185 |  More stories here

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