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JS Islamic Capital Preservation Allocation Plan - 3 

The Plan aims to earn a potentially high return through dynamic asset allocation between Shariah Compliant Equities and Shariah Compliant Sovereign Income/Money Market based Collective Investment Schemes, while providing principal preservation of the Initial Investment Value at completion of the Life of the Plan.

Term Sheet

Term Sheet  
Fund Name

JS Islamic Capital Preservation Allocation Plan - 3

Fund Type

Open End Shariah Compliant Capital Preservation Allocation Plan

Fund Rating*

Investment Manager JS Investments Limited
Launch Date 17th Sep, 2018
Financial Year End June 30
Benchmark Weighted average daily return of KMI 30 index, six (6)/ three (3) month average deposit rates of three (3) 'A' rated scheduled Islamic Banks or Islamic Banking windows of scheduled Commercial Banks, as selected by MUFAP based on actual proportion of the Equity Portion consisting of Shariah Compliant Equity Funds, Income Portion consisting of Shariah Compliant Income and Money Market Funds,and any cash or near cash instruments in each of the Allocation Plans"
Par Value PKR 100
Minimum Period
Minimum Investment PKR 10,000/-
Front End Load 3%
Contingent load


Management Fee


Management Fee: 1% (No M.Fee to be charged on investments made in CIS managed by JSIL)

Trustee/Custodian Central Depository Company of Pakistan Limited (CDC)
Auditors KPMG Taseer Hadi & Co.
Risk Profile Moderate
Regulator Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP)
Taxation Exempt on distribution of 90% of profits as dividends
Listing Pakistan Stock Exchange
Net Assets as on 30th June, 2018 PKR mn
NAV as on 29th May, 2020 97.76

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