Amanah Saham Malaysia (ASM) Dividend History

Updated: April 9, 2022 / Home » Investment » Amanah Saham and Fund

Amanah Saham Malaysia (ASM) fund was launched on the 20th of April 2000. ASM is an equity income fund with fixed-price at RM1.00 per unit. The fund is open to all Malaysian including Bumi and non-Bumi.

The fund objective is to provide unitholders with a long-term investment opportunity that generates regular and competitive returns through a diversified portfolio of investments.

The table below is the historical Amanah Saham Wawasan 2020 (ASW2020), Amanah Saham Malaysia (ASM) and Amanah Saham 1Malaysia (AS1M) Dividend Rate from 1996 to 2022.

DividendASW 2020ASMAS1M
199710.10--
19989.80--
19998.20--
20008.80--
20017.257.80-
20027.257.00-
20036.606.60-
20047.007.00-
20057.107.20-
20066.806.75-
20078.006.80-
20087.007.80-
20096.306.25-
20106.356.306.38
20116.506.386.50
20126.606.506.60
20136.706.506.70
20146.606.606.60
20156.406.606.40
20166.306.306.10
20176.006.006.00
20186.006.256.00
20195.005.505.00
20204.004.254.00
20214.004.004.00
202231 Aug4.0030 Sep

6 comments on “Amanah Saham Malaysia (ASM) Dividend History

  1. i want buy share

  2. Shanmugam [ Reply ]

    If ASM continue to pay less divident then no point investing in ASM rather I keep it in my saving or else deposit in other countries where their saving dividend is8% not fix deposit. Fix deposit will be more. This is a casual bank in other countries. When coverted to Malaysian riggit I will get more.
    Tq

    • MisterLeaf [ Reply ]

      Yes, you can sell the ASM unit anytime.

  3. Arpita Choudhury [ Reply ]

    I have an existing ASM account with Maybank. May bank is not accepting any deposits on ASM, only withdrawals. Where can I make the deposits. Tq

  4. Edward [ Reply ]

    Guy

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