Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak presented the lucky draw prizes Ford Ranger to a school teacher David Adli, 41, in conjunction with the opening of the Malaysia Unit Trust Week (MSAM) 2017 at Dataran Temerloh today. Also present were Pahang Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob and PNB Chairman, Tan Sri Abdul Wahid Omar (left). --fotoBERNAMA

TEMERLOH – The organisation of the 2017 Malaysian Unit Trust Week (MSAM) can boost the visitor”s awareness on the importance of good investment and financial management to guarantee the future.

Generally, visitors met felt that through numerous activities held during the six-day programme such as Wise Investors” Steps by Maybank, PNB-MIDF Entrepreneurs” Symposium and the Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad (ASNB) Special Financial Seminar, they gleaned an understanding on the matter.

According to a civil servant, Mohd Fauzy Mohd, 38, the visit of his family and himself was to get free investment education and knowledge of financial planning.

“I am keen to obtain information on the basic concept of investment, relations of risk and returns and the concept of long term investment for the future.

“The organisation of 2017 MSAM here enables us to ask more deeply on accurate investment choices,” he said when met by Bernama here.

A senior citizen, Jeriah Abdul Rahman, 66, said she started saving in ASB almost 30 years ago and came to the programme to look at other investment prospect offered by the PNB group of companies.

“This type of programme gives the public the opportunity to identify and see up close the performances and developments of the companies involved.

“It will give the confidence to the public to invest with PNB and obtain profitable returns,” he said.

For a private sector employee, Mohd Hilmie Ali, 27, other than its role as an investment education platform and financial planning, MSAM was also a medium to promote PNB and its subsidiaries. – BERNAMA


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