A unit trust is an unincorporated mutual fund structure that allows funds to hold assets and provide profits that go straight to individual unit owners instead of reinvesting them back into the fund. The investment fund is set up under a trust deed. The investor is effectively the beneficiary under the trust. from investopedia.com
There are so many Financial bodies actually provide Unit Trust Facilities, and the Unit Trust fund manage by experienced Fund Manager. Investor gains either from Capital earns or Dividend per annum, mainly based on each fund portfolio (This information can refer from Fund Factsheet or Master Prospectus).
Why people go for Unit Trust Investment saving instead of Bank Saving Account? Continue reading