CIMB-Principal has a total of 72 funds (including unit trust funds, wholesale funds and exchange-traded funds) and 10 private retirement funds. As at 31 December 2016, CIMB-Principal Group  had a total of RM67.6 billion in assets under management.
CIMB-Principal was recently awarded Fund House of the Year in Malaysia by AsianInvestor for its Asset Management Awards 2017, for the second consecutive year. This industry recognition reflects CIMB-Principal’s success in scaling up its investment capabilities while building up a solid track record and earning the trust of its clients over time. Earlier in the year, CIMB-Principal had also won The Edge-Thomson Reuters Lipper Malaysia Fund Awards 2017 for Best Equity Asia Pacific ex-Japan and Best Equity Asia Pacific ex-Japan (Islamic) for the 5 year categories.
With its strong fund management processes, on-the-ground knowledge, global network, track record and expertise, CIMB-Principal has consistently performed to meet investors’ expectations in line with its aspiration to be a leading asset manager in unit trusts and retirement solutions.
To find out more about CIMB-Principal and its funds, please log on to www.cimb-principal.com.my or call 603-7718 3100.
 According to the Securities Commission Malaysia's Guidelines on Unit Trust Funds, a unit split can only be exercised should the fund's average Net Asset Value (NAV) be on a sustainable appreciation over a six-month period preceding the unit split exercise.
 The AUM was contributed by CIMB-Principal Malaysia and its regional offices (Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia) and CIMB-Principal Islamic.