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Pakistan Income Enhancement Fund

Investment Objective

The objective of the fund is to deliver return from aggressive investment strategy in debt and fixed income market.

Pakistan Income Enhancement Fund Profile

Pakistan Income Enhancement Fund (is an Open-End Aggressive Fixed Income Scheme) (PIEF) which primarily invests in debt and fixed income instruments and may also take limited exposure in structured products.

Quick Facts

Launch Date 28th August 2008
Fund Type An Open End Scheme
Currency PKR
Minimum Investment For Type A Units: Rs 500
For Type B Units: Rs 10,000,000
For Type C “Bachat” Units: Rs 500
Fund Manager Saad Ahmed
Asset Manager Rating AM1 (AM One) by PACRA (06-Oct-2020)
Pricing Mechanism Forward
Listing Pakistan Stock Exchange
Trustee Central Depository Company of Pakistan Limited
Auditor A.F. Ferguson & Co. Chartered Accountants
Benchmark One(1) year KIBOR rates

Latest Expense ratio of the Fund is updated in the FMR (Fund Manager’s Report).

5 years performance

Year Fund (%) Benchmark (%)
2020 14.45 13.08
2019 7.84 11.33
2018 5.17 6.53
2017 5.06 6.40
2016 8.33 7.52

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Disclaimer: All investments in mutual fund are subject to market risks. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of the future results. Please read the Offering Document to understand the investment policies and the risks involved. Performance data does not include the cost incurred directly by an investor in the form of sales loads etc. The information in this literature is issued for indicative and informational purposes only and investors are advised to make their own appraisal of the investment opportunity, tax implications and consult their own financial, legal, taxation and/or other professional advisors prior to making any investment in mutual fund. The mutual fund may hold certain non-compliant investments. Before making any investment decision, investors should review the latest monthly Fund Manager Report and the Financial Statements of the mutual fund particularly the details of non-compliant investments, provision against SWWF liability and Risk Factors.