New outstanding product: Investment cooperation service

PASSION INVESTMENT, a leading professional investment advisory, officially launched a new product and service called INVESTMENT COOPERATION SERVICE. This outstanding product will offer a plenty of benefits to all customers.

With its ongoing efforts to provide the most professional and effective service for customers, Passion Investment always tries its best to develop new plans to provide customers with superior products and services such as INVESTMENT COOPERATION SERVICE. So, what will customers benefit from this service when they use it?

CUSTOMER BENEFITS

1-Attractive fee rate

  • Passion Investment does not collect any fee if the rate of return for customers is less than 6% per annum.
  • If the rate of return exceeds the base rate of 6% per annum, Passion Investment will collect 20% of performance reward fee on the profit in excess of 6%.

2-High transparency

  • Every activity concerning capital contribution/extraction from investment cooperation account is monitored by a third party.
  • Customers receive detailed reports on investment performances every month.
    • Statement on net asset value (NAV) changes
    • Statement on investment unit changes
    • Statement on estimated profit/loss

HOW DOES INVESTMENT COOPERATION SERVICE WORK?

  • The company and each customer establish a securities investment cooperation agreement where the customer will contribute capital and the company will carry out investing activity.
  • The customer places money into the investment cooperation account in the name of the company.
  • The cooperation validity period is at least one year.
  • The contributed capital will be converted into investment unit. Wherein, the value of each investment unit will be determined by the total net asset value of investment cooperation account is divided by the total number of investment units available at the time of contribution.
  • Every activity concerning capital contribution/extraction from investment cooperation account is monitored by a third party.
  • At the time of contract liquidation, the value the customer gets is determined by the number of investment unit multiplied by the value of each investment unit at the time of liquidation minus associated costs (if any).
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