Rules and Regulations

The Units of the Mutual Fund can be bought / surrendered through CWTAMC and authorized selling agents appointed by the Asset Manager from time to time and any other procedure as prescribed by the Asset Manager. Surrender of units is allowed only through CWTAMC or the selling agents from which the units are originally purchased.

  1. The Fund shall invest subject to the বিধিমালা and only in those securities, deposits and investments approved by Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission and/or the Bangladesh Bank and/or the Insurance Development & Regulatory Authority (IDRA) of Bangladesh or any other competent authority in this regard.
  2. Not less than 60% of the total assets of the Scheme of the Fund shall be invested in capital market instruments out of which at least 50% shall be invested in listed securities.
  3. Not more than 25% of the total asset of the Scheme of the Fund shall be invested in Fixed Income Securities (FIS).
  4. Not more than 15% of the total asset of the Scheme of the Fund shall be invested in Pre-IPOs at one time.
  5. All money collected under the Fund shall be invested only in encashable/transferable instruments, securities whether in money market or capital market or privately placed pre-IPO equity, preference shares, debentures or securitized debts.
  6. The Fund shall get the securities purchased or transferred in the name of the Fund.
  7. Only the Asset Management Company will make the investment decisions and place orders for securities to be purchased or sold for the Scheme’s portfolio.
  1. The Fund shall not invest more than 10% of its total assets in any one company.
  2. The Fund shall not invest in more than 15% of any company’s paid up capital.
  3. The Fund shall not invest more than 20% of its total assets in shares, debentures or other securities of a single company or group.
  4. The Fund shall not invest more than 25% of its total assets in shares, debentures or other securities in any one industry.
  5. The Fund shall not invest in, or lend to, any scheme under the same Asset Management Company.
  6. The Fund shall not acquire any asset out of the Trust property, which involves the assumption of any liability that is unlimited or shall result in encumbrance of the Trust property in any way.
  7. The Fund or the Asset Management Company on behalf of the Fund shall not give or guarantee term loans for any purpose or take up any activity in contravention of the বিধিমালা.
  8. The Fund shall buy and sell securities on the basis of deliveries and shall, in all cases of purchases, take delivery of securities and in all cases of sale, deliver the securities on the respective settlement dates as per the custom and practice of the stock exchanges and shall in no case put itself in a position whereby it has to make short sale or carry forward transaction
  9. The Fund shall not involve in option trading or short selling or carry forward transaction.
  10. The Fund shall not buy its own unit.
  1. For listed securities, the average quoted market price on the stock exchanges on the date of valuation shall form the basis of any calculation of Net Asset Value of such securities in the portfolio of the Fund.
  2. The fund shall fix the valuation method for the Scheme subject to the prior approval of the Commission.
  3. The Fund shall follow the method approved by the Commission for valuation of the non-listed investment, if any, and the Asset Management Company and the Trustee shall periodically review the non-listed investment, if any, and the Trustee shall periodically review the value of such investments. The auditors shall comment in the annual report of the Scheme of the Fund.
  4. If the securities were not traded either at DSE or CSE on the valuing date, immediate previous average price, which one is nearer, but not longer than 30 days, to the valuing date will be considered;
  5. If the securities were not traded either at DSE or CSE for a period for over 30 days, the Fund shall follow the method approved by the Commission for valuation of the non-traded investment and the Trustee shall periodically review the value of such investments;
  6. The valuation of non-traded securities will be made with their reasonable value by the Asset Management Company and approved by the Trustee and commented upon by the Auditors in the Annual Report of the Mutual Fund but shall not be more than the intrinsic value of the securities;
  7. The valuation of non-listed securities will be made by the Asset Management Company with their reasonable value and approved by the Trustee and commented upon by the Auditors in the Annual Report of the Fund.
  8. Once non-listed securities are valued, the valued amount will be considered for purpose of valuing the Fund’s assets in any interval of time until the securities are further revalued by the Asset Management Company;
  9. The Asset Management Company and the Trustee will value the non-listed securities at least once in every three months;
  10. The income accrued on any instruments on the date of valuation shall be considered in any calculation of Net Asset Value of such securities in the portfolio of the Fund;
  11. In case of deferred expenses, accrued expenses for the period will be considered for determining total liabilities.

The Fund will use the following formula to derive NAV per unit: 

Total NAV = VA – LT

NAV per unit = Total NAV / No. of units outstanding

VA = Value of all securities in vault + Value of all securities placed in lien + Cash in hand and at bank + Value of all securities receivables + Receivables of proceeds of sale of investments + Dividend receivables net of tax + Interest/profit receivables deposits net of tax + Issue expenses net of amortization expense as on date + Printing, publication and stationery expenses amortized as on date.

 LT = Value of all securities payable + Payable against purchase of investments + Payable as brokerage and custodial charges + Payable as Trustee fees + All other payable related to printing, publication and stationery + Accrued deferred expenses about management fee, annual fee, audit fee and safe keeping fee.

After completion of initial subscription, the Fund will be made open to the investors for regular buy-sale of Units. The date of re-opening shall be declared by the asset manager upon approval of the Trustee and with due intimation to the BSEC.

The asset manager shall calculate the Net Asset Value (NAV) per unit on the last working day of every week as per formula prescribed in the বিধিমালা and shall disclose sales price and repurchase/ surrender price per unit determined on the basis of NAV before commencement of business operation of the first working day of the following week to the Commission and to the investors through at least one national daily, the website of the asset management company and the authorized selling agents of the Fund. The difference between sales price and repurchase/ surrender price shall primarily be BDT 0.30 (thirty paisa), which may be changed in future, but not be over 5% of the sale price of the Unit. The Asset Manager may reduce the difference with the approval of the trustee.

  1. If the total number of outstanding unit certificates held by the unit holders after repurchasing at any point of time falls below 25% of the actual certificate issued, the Fund will be subject to wound up.
  2. The Fund may be wound up on the happening of any event, which, in the opinion of the Trustee with approval from the Commission, requires the Scheme to be wound up.
  3. The Scheme may also be wound up if the Commission so directs in the interest of the unit holders.
  4. Where a Scheme is to be wound up in pursuance to the above, the Trustee and the Asset Management Company shall give simultaneously separate notice of the circumstances leading to the winding up of the Scheme to the Commission and if winding up is permitted by the Commission, shall publish in two national daily newspapers including a Bangla newspaper having circulation all over Bangladesh.
  1. The Trustee shall call a meeting within 30 days from the notice date of the unit holders of a Scheme to consider and pass necessary resolutions by three-fourth majority of the unit holders present and voting at the meeting for authorizing the Trustee to take steps for winding up of the Scheme. If it fails to have three-fourth majority mandate, the Commission shall have the power to supersede the mandate if situation demands such.
  2. The Trustee shall dispose of the assets of the Scheme of the Fund in the best interest of the unit holders; Provided that the proceeds of sale made in pursuance of the বিধিমালা, shall in the first instance be utilized towards discharge of such liabilities as are properly due under the Scheme and after making appropriate provision for meeting the expenses connected with such winding up, the balance shall be paid to the unit holders in proportion to their respective interest in the assets of the Scheme as on the date when the decision for winding up was taken.
  3. Within thirty days from the completion of the winding up, the Trustee shall forward to the Commission and the unit holders a report on the winding up containing particulars, such as circumstances leading to the winding up, the steps taken for disposal of assets of the Scheme before winding up, expenses of the Fund for winding up, net assets available for distribution to the unit holders and a certificate from the auditors of the Scheme of the Fund.

On and from the date of the notice of the winding up of the Fund, the Trustee or the Asset Management Company shall

    1. Cease to carry on any business activities of the open-end fund;
    2. Cease to create and cancel unit of the open-end fund;
    3. Cease to issue and redeem units of the open-end fund.
  1. The Fund shall distribute minimum 50% for growth fund and 70% for income fund, or as may be determined by the বিধিমালা from time to time, of the annual net income of the Fund as dividend at the end of each accounting period after making provision for bad and doubtful investments. The Fund shall create a dividend equalization reserve by appropriation from the income of the Scheme;
  2. Before declaration of dividend the Asset Management Company shall make a provision in consultation with the Auditors if market value of investments goes below the acquisition cost and the method of calculation of this provision will be incorporated in the notes of accounts;
  3. Surpluses arising simply from the valuation of investments shall not be available for dividend;
  4. Dividend warrants will be dispatched within 45 days from the declaration of such dividends.