The Metro Max-3 Bond Fund is the best intermediate-term bond fund for growing funds. Investors earn money as the fund grows due to the various bonds inside that pay out coupons and mature over time.
If you want to start growing your investments through this intermediate-term bond fund, here’s what you need to know:
|Fund name||Metro Max-3 Bond Fund|
|Investor risk profile||Moderate: Medium amount of risk for medium potential returns|
|Investment horizon||At least 1 year|
|Fund classification||Bond – Intermediate term|
|Fund assets||Invested in Peso-denominated fixed income securities with a maximum duration of 3 years.|
|Minimum initial investment / maintaining balance||PHP 10,000|
|Minimum additional investment / redemption amount||PHP 1,000|
|Minimum holding period||7 calendar days|
|Early redemption charge||50% of income on redeemed amount|
|Dealing day and cut-off||Any banking day, up to 12:00 PM|
|Redemption settlement date||1 banking day after redemption|
|Trust fee||0.75% per annum based on Net Asset Value|
What is investment horizon?
The investment horizon is the recommended amount of time you should stay invested in this fund so that you can reap its full benefits. The Metro Max-3 Bond Fund is an intermediate-term bond fund, so we recommend staying invested in it for at least one year.
What is minimum holding period?
The minimum holding period is the minimum amount of time you should stay invested in this fund. If you redeem or withdraw your money before the minimum holding period is complete, you will pay an early redemption charge.
What is dealing day?
The dealing day is when you can do transactions related to the fund. Any transactions made after the fund’s cut-off will be processed on the next banking day.
What is redemption settlement date?
Withdrawing your investment, whether partial or in-full, is called redemption. The redemption date is when you order a redemption. Meanwhile, the redemption settlement date is when your investment is credited to your settlement account.
The Metro Max-3 Bond Fund is a Peso-denominated intermediate-term bond fund that aims to achieve higher income and potential returns as compared to regular deposit products. This is done by investing in a diversified portfolio of Peso-denominated fixed income securities with an average weighted duration of three years.
When it comes to investing in intermediate-term bond funds, you know you’re in good hands with Metrobank. Talk to us today.
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