This wholly owned unit trust management company of Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) was established on 22 May 1979 to manage all funds launched by PNB. After more than 40 years in the industry, ASNB currently manages 15 unit trust funds with a total of 264.0 billion units in circulation (UIC) and 14.5 million accounts as at 30 November 2020.
ASNB offers fixed price funds namely ASB, ASB2, ASB 3 Didik, ASM, ASM 2 Wawasan and ASM 3, and variable price funds such as ASN, ASN Equity 2, ASN Equity 3, ASN Equity 5, ASN Imbang 1, ASN Imbang 2, ASN Imbang 3 Global, ASN Sara 1 and ASN Sara 2. These funds act as investment instruments help Malaysians to plan for their future financial needs.
ASNB also provides a wide range of channels to facilitate investors to perform their investment transactions. These facilities are available at 33 ASNB branches and more than 2,700 agents’ branches nationwide. In addition, ASNB provides selected online transaction facilities at the myASNB portal www.myasnb.com.my and mobile application. ASNB’s agents have also introduced online investment facilities through their internet banking portals such as Maybank2u, CIMB Clicks, RHB Now and Affinonline. Additional investment can also be made at all Maybank ATMs.
myASNB is an investment portal provided by ASNB to facilitate its unit holders’ to perform online transactions with the latest security features. myASNB portal is also available in mobile application.
The services provided on myASNB portal:
The Replacement Master Prospectus of ASNB dated 1 February 2020 (“Prospectus”), has been registered with the Securities Commission Malaysia. Please read and understand the content of the Prospectus together with the Product Highlights Sheets which are available at ASNB website, branches and agents. Units will be issued upon receipt of the registration form referred to and accompanying the Prospectus. Before investing, please consider the risks of investing as well as the fees and charges involved. Unit prices and distribution payable, if any, may go down as well as up. Past performance of a fund should not be taken as indicative of its future performance.