Manulife Philippines Offers US Dollar Bond Fund

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Manulife in the Philippines recently announced a new product called the Asia Pacific Bond Fund. This US Dollar variable unit linked fund is expected to generate returns using a mix of Asian-specific currencies, interest rates and bonds with investment grade. The returns come in through appreciation of capital and income generation over a medium-to-long term period. Manulife policy owners can derive higher US Dollar earnings through this type of income securities.

The Asia Pacific Bond Fund is managed by Manulife Asset Management’s Asia fixed-income team and draws on expertise of more than 40 fixed income investment professionals based on the ground in 10 markets across Asia. This includes a team of 16 local credit research analysts. This fund is available as one of the investment options under Manulife’s Affluence Max, which is a single-pay, variable life insurance product that seeks to give the policyowner the best possible return on both their investment and their built-in insurance protection coverage.

For more information, contact Manulife Philippines at (02) 884-7000 or e-mail phcustomercare@manulife.com

Source: 4-traders.com

Photo from Manulife.com

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