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TA Investment declares income distribution for three funds

06/05/2022 03:54 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, May 6 (Bernama) -- TA Investment Management Bhd (TAIM) has declared gross income distributions for three of its funds as at April 29, 2022.

The company announced gross income distributions of 4.0 sen per unit for TA Dana Fokus (TADF), 3.0 sen per unit for TA Small Cap Fund (TASF), and 1.5 sen per unit for TA Asia Pacific Real Estate Investment Trusts Income Fund (TAREITs) to the registered unitholders of the funds.

In a statement, TAIM said TADF aims to achieve total returns over the medium to long-term by investing in a focused portfolio, mainly equities, that complies with Shariah requirements.

TADF has achieved total return of 8.21 per cent over one year as at March 31, 2022.

TASF aims to achieve higher capital appreciation by investing in instruments which have a potential of substantial value appreciation over the medium to long-term period.

TASF has a strong total return of 26.81 per cent over one year as at March 31, 2022.

Meanwhile, TAREITs aims to maximise the total investment return consisting of regular income and capital appreciation over the medium to long-term by investing in Asia Pacific REITs and a portfolio of high dividend yield equity securities.

TAREITs achieved consistent total returns of 4.68 per cent over one year as at March 31, 2022.

"The prospect of recovering economic activity should lead to better conditions for REITs as more people return to malls and offices, manufacturing activities pick up, and tourists fill up hotels.

"While rising interest rates may temper growth, REITs with better capital management and growth strategies will thrive well," it said.

Nevertheless, TAIM said REITs yields remain attractive as the benefits of reopening economic activities and country’s borders may outweigh the downside risks.

"It is also essential to be holding the right REITs segment such as industrial, ecommerce and logistics, which are relatively more resilient to a pandemic and, therefore, could better weather rate hikes than others.

"Attractive valuations could serve as a buying opportunity for the discerning investor as REITs continue to provide stable yields relative to other asset classes," it said.

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