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Sustainable Term Investment Account-i Campaign

Earn higher potential profit as you help build a more sustainable future

Join us in building a sustainable future. Participate in the first Sustainable Term Investment Account-i campaign.

 

A low-risk Shariah-compliant sustainable investment that supports Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 8, which promotes decent work and economic growth.

This limited-time offer is only valid from 

17 August 2022 until 16 November 2022.

Make your placement at any CIMB branch today!

Important Notes

  1. This TIA-i offer is for non-individual customers only..
  2. *Subject to actual performance of the investment. To view TIA-i historical fund performance, click here.
  3. The TIA-i placement will be invested in whole or in part to a Shariah-compliant investment portfolio namely financing assets, subject to the relevant laws, in accordance with the investment’s objective and aligned to CIMB Group’s priority Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”). Primary focus will be put towards assets that fall under SDG 8, which promotes Decent Work and Economic Growth for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises as per Bank Negara Malaysia's (BNM) definition.
  4. The SDGs are a shared blueprint developed by the United Nations for peace and prosperity for people and the planet.

DISCLAIMER

THIS IS AN INVESTMENT ACCOUNT PRODUCT THAT IS TIED TO THE PERFORMANCE OF UNDERLYING ASSETS AND NOT A DEPOSIT PRODUCT


WARNING
THE RETURNS ON THE INVESTMENT ACCOUNT WILL BE AFFECTED BY THE PERFORMANCE OF THE UNDERLYING ASSETS. THE PRINCIPAL AND RETURNS ARE NOT GUARANTEED AND THE ACCOUNT HOLDER RISKS EARNING NO RETURNS AT ALL. IF THE INVESTMENT IS REDEEMED EARLY, THE ACCOUNT HOLDER MAY SUFFER LOSSES IN PART OR THE ENTIRE PRINCIPAL SUM INVESTED. THIS INVESTMENT ACCOUNT IS NOT PROTECTED BY PERBADANAN INSURANS DEPOSIT MALAYSIA (“PIDM”).

Terms and Conditions apply.

Member of PIDM. TIA-i is not protected by PIDM.