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Maybank SG, Fullerton partner up to provide retirement solutions for investors

The Fullerton Total Return Multi-Asset Income fund will help investors build their retirement wealth across three life stages.

Maybank Singapore and Fullerton Fund Management have partnered up to provide retirement investment solutions across three life stages.

The Fullerton Total Return Multi-Asset Income fund is set to help investors build their retirement wealth across the life stages of working adulthood, near-retirement and retirement.

“The Fullerton Total Return Multi-Asset Income fund caters to investors across different life stages. It seeks to generate both capital growth and regular income by investing dynamically in a range of asset classes while managing downside risk. The Fund is positioned to deliver total return for investors and is complementary to national and corporate pension schemes,” said Fullerton Fund Management CEO Jenny Sofian.

The fund is managed by Fullerton and available exclusively through Maybank Singapore branches and website from 31 May, with a target inception date of 16 June.

It invests in a range of asset classes encompassing global stocks and Asian bonds, as well as cash and other permissible instruments.

 

 

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