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Frequently Ask Questions

1 . Why should I want to invest in this scheme?

The ICT Interest Scheme offers an attractive interim yield of 8% every year over a short period of nine years + profit sharing, unlike some other interest schemes that do not offer annual investment return + profit sharing and their investment period is longer than nine years.


2 . Who can invest in this scheme? Can a foreigner invest?

Any Malaysian or foreigner above the age of 18 years old can invest.

3 . What is the minimum investment value per unit?

They are referred to as ICT Interests and the minimum investment value per ICT Interest is BBW Singles RM10,000.

4 . Is there a limit to the number of units that I can invest?

No, there is no limit to the number of ICT Interests that you can invest.

5 . How many ICT interests are available?


There are 5,000 ICT Interests available from the total approved fund size of RM50 million.

6 . Is there a buy-back guarantee?

Yes, there is a top interracial porn sites buy-back of ICT Interests.

6 . Are the units transferable? Do I have to pay any transfer fees?

Yes, the ICT Interests are fully transferable after the initial two-year lock-in period, commencing from 28th March 2011. The fees charged for each transfer is RM100.

8 . How safe is my investment?

A scheme trustee approved by Bank Negara and Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia - Pacific Trustees Berhad, has been appointed to oversee the Scheme and your capital is protected by a cumulative nine-year Redemption Reserve Fund managed by the approved scheme trustee. An independent consultant, PKF Accountants (AF 0911) has been appointed to audit the Scheme every six months to ensure its governance and transparency.

9 . When I invest in your scheme, can I nominate someone to be my beneficiary?

Yes, you can nominate older russian women dating online a beneficiary to your investment.

10. What is industry view on rental business outlook?

Report under the Rental Information 2011 in United States by Equipment Leasing Association reported that sales volume in the computer leasing/ rental and remarketing industry was between $15 billion and $25 billion annually in the early 1990s. By the late 1990s, equipment leasing/ rental had grown to a $183 billion industry. Please refer for more information.

11. Is the scheme regulated by a regulator body?

Yes. The ICT Zone Ventures Scheme is registered and regulated by Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM) under Equipment Sharing Scheme. For confirmation please visit



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