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Investment limit

Types of Investment Assets

Investment Limit (%NAV)


Structured Notes

 ≤ 15%


Non-investment grade (junk) and unrated securities

Company limit ≤ 5% and
Product limit ≤15%


Security lending

≤ 25%


Reverse repurchase agreement

Limit is tied upon underlying assets.


13.1 Exchange traded
13.2 OTC

Regarded as direct investment of which limit is tied upon the counterparty and underlying assets.


Securities issued by employers



14.1 the employer is a commercial bank

Company limit ≤ 15%


14.2 Investment grade securities

Company limit ≤ 15%


14.3 Non-investment grade (junk) securities

Company limit ≤   5%

  * A provident fund that has the same investment policy as an index fund can invest in a certain company for not more than 50% of NAV.
  ** Not applicable to a pooled fund which less than 2/3 of the employers are companies under the same group.

            Investment in Futures – only hedging with the purpose of offsetting risk relating to the underlying assets is allowed. The underlying assets must be securities, SET index, interest rates, exchange rates, credit rating, credit event, gold, crude oil, or commodity.
last updated date 04/10/2554

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