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Be A Unit Trust Consultant

WHY WOULD I WANT TO BE A UNIT TRUST CONSULTANT?
Because you would be entering a green field industry in Malaysia with awesome upside potential

As at end March 2004, India’s equity penetration rate (which can be defined as the combined value of all assets managed by a country’s unit trust industry DIVIDED by its total equity market capitalization) was 12% (sources: Association of Mutual Funds in India, and the Bombay Stock Exchange). The UK’s was 34% (sources: London Stock Exchange, and Investment Management Association, UK).

Ours? A meager 10.84% (As at end March 2004. Source: Securities Commission). Couple that with Malaysians having RM6 in fixed deposits for every RM1 we have in private unit trust funds. Translations: There’s room to grow:

source:Bank Negara Msia, Monthly Statistical Bulletin March 2004 : The Edge-Lipper Fund Table, 10/05/2004.

OK, BUT WHY WOULD I WANT TO JOIN PUBLIC MUTUAL?
Because we’re the biggest and best!

We’ve raked up more than two decades of fund management experience in the challenging Malaysian environment. Along the way, we’ve won a string of fund management awards; from just 1999 through to 2004, we brought back 27 of those – including 10 in year 2004.

As at 31 March 2004. Source : The Edge-Lipper Fund Table, 10/05/2004

We’re majority-owned and formidably backed by the solid Public Bank Group.

We enjoy 28% market share of the burgeoning private unit trust sector.

But most importantly because we exist to serve our investors and consultants.

SO, WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?A lot!

Your success as a Public Mutual unit trust consultant depends upon your desire to excel. The highest annual remuneration ever achieved by our unit trust consultants was RM 1, 542, 441!

The highest passive annual income (residually earned from prior sales while that active agent was busy elsewhere selling to new Public Mutual account holders!) paid out to a Public Mutual unit trust consultant was RM 67, 803.

Other neat perks include free holidays, peer recognition, free insurance coverage, and many more.

HOW CAN YOU HELP ME MAKE IT BIG?

We’ll support you with a suite of financial planning and sales tools, best-in-class training, and the greatest range of Malaysian unit trust investment products available under a single roof.

 

HOW DO I START?

If you are at least 21 years of age, possess a degree or at least SPM qualification and have strong business contacts, you have already met the basic requirements.

For more details, ask to read our NEW Recruitment Booklet or contact any of our agents or our Branch Office nearest to you and speak to the Manager.

Comments»

1. kkchow23 - June 12, 2007

Requirement:
1) At least Grade 3 SPM.
2) At least 21 years of age.
3) Sit for an exam (Computurised Unit Trust Examination – CUTE) conducted by FMUTM.
4) Mutual Ace Training Programme (Unit Trust Examination – UTE) optional
For those who is really interested or would like to find out more about becoming an Unit Trust Consultant, do contact me to discuss more.
Email : kkchow23@hotmail.com
HP No. : +6016-6202562

2. Arif Ismail - July 18, 2007

Looking around for friends in Public Mutual on the net. Nice to find your blog. I am also starting to blog. Come and give me comments.

3. Derrick - August 24, 2007

Hi,

In the picture, I saw 2 financial freedom book publish by Public Mutual. So I just wonder if any one can share with me where I can get hold of this book? Is it still on sales in any book store

4. kkchow23 - August 24, 2007

Hi Derrick,

The financial freedom books by Public Mutual are tools provided for Unit Trust Consultant to plan for their investors the proper investment which suite their needs and goals.

If your interested about financial planning, why not take some time and join as a UTC to learn more.

5. Sam Lee - September 23, 2007

Hi,

I am interesting to be UTC but no idea where should i start.
Could you please advise on this?
Thank you!

6. kkchow23 - September 27, 2007

If your really interested, probably we can make arrangement to meet up to discuss more regarding this matter.


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