Thanks to Jean Chai, the age-long issue being discussed (or lack thereof), has been solved.
Jean Chai has brought the matter up to Public Mutual’s ranks and their response has put the issue to rest.
Unfortunately, I won’t be able to publish their explanation due to their wishes but what I can say is that personally, I am satisfied with their response and I am confident that Public Mutual’s syariah-compliant products are in fact, in line with the Syariah law.
View the previous posts about PAIF’s syariah compliancy.
– Public Asia Ittikal Fund not Syariah Compliant?
– Updates on the Public Asia Ittikal Fund (PAIF) Syariah Compliancy Issue
– 2nd Update on Public Asia Ittikal Fund (PAIF) Syariah Compliancy Issue
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