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    1. 1. ISLAMIC ASSET MANAGEMENT JUNE 2009 “ The Changing Insurance Landscape - What Survives?” Dr. Zeid Ayer Chief Investment Officer CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management International Insurance Society and Insurance Commission of Jordan 45th Annual Seminar of the International Insurance Society
    2. 2. ISLAMIC FINANCE Islamic Finance reflects financial transactions and activities which are in accordance with the principles of Islamic law, known as Shariah. Shariah is derived from the Quran (considered by Muslims to be the revealed Word of God) and the Sunnah (the sayings and doings of the Prophet Muhammad). Shariah is perhaps best characterized as a set of principles governing all aspects of the day-to-day activities of Muslims.
    3. 3. FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAMIC FINANCE <ul><li>The ban on interest </li></ul><ul><li>The ban on uncertainty or speculation </li></ul><ul><li>The ban on financing economic activities in certain sectors </li></ul><ul><li>The profit- and loss-sharing principle </li></ul><ul><li>The asset-backing principle </li></ul>Islamic finance must be used towards real activities, e.g. trade finance, construction finance, leasing
    4. 4. INTRODUCTION TO TAKAFUL Islamic law prohibits conventional insurance as it contains elements of Maisir – speculation Gharar – uncertainty Riba – usury  Each participant contributes to a fund to cover expected claims while also benefitting from a share of investment returns.  Liabilities are spread amongst policyholders (both insurer and insured) and losses are divided between them  Management of the fund is by the takaful operator who utilizes either or combination of two Shariah-compliant contracts, Mudharabah and Wakalah  All investments in the fund are invested in a Shariah-compliant manner Takaful: Shariah-compliant form of conventional cooperative or mutual insurance whereby participants pool their funds together to insure one another.
    5. 5. TAKAFUL STRUCTURES Wakalah model (more prevalent in Middle East) Takaful operator acts as an agent for the participants and manages the fund in return for a defined fee. There can sometimes be a performance-based fee. Combined model Utilises both contracts  Wakalah is used for underwriting activities while Mudharabah is used for investment activities. Mudharabah model (commonly used in Malaysia) Takaful operator manages the operations in return for a share of the underwriting surplus and a share of profit from investments.
    6. 6. VARIOUS TAKAFUL STRUCTURES Adaptation by asset managers is dependent on different form of fee/profit/surplus flows Claims Contribution Participants Contribution + Profit Takaful Operator Surplus Tabarru’ Contribution Less Source: CERT Workshop on Takaful (February 2008) Profit Basic Mudharabah Basic Wakalah Modified Mudharabah Modified Wakalah Wakalah Fee Mudharabah share / Performance fee
    7. 7. TAKAFUL INDUSTRY POTENTIAL Most Islamic countries’ insurance penetration < 1% of GDP Compare with: UK’s insurance penetration  12.4% of GDP USA’s insurance penetration  9.4% of GDP Islamic Countries have: 2007: Takaful market USD 3.4 bn 2012: Takaful market estimated between USD 6 and 7.7 bn Source: E&Y, ICMIF Islamic asset management an essential component to support projected takaful industry growth and development Favorable demographics Rising income Demand for Shariah-compliant products
    8. 8. SELECTION OF ASSETS <ul><li>Islamic Equities </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Screened for Shariah compliance at the operational level </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Screening based on industry type, financial ratios, & tolerable benchmarks </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Islamic bonds or Sukuk </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Trust certificates or participation securities granting investors an ownership claim to underlying assets along with the cash flow or profit and risks commensurate with such ownership. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Differs from conventional bonds, which are based on the exchange of paper for money with interest imposed to measure returns and liabilities. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Sukuk issuers must use proceeds in a Shariah compliant manner </li></ul></ul>
    9. 9. ISLAMIC ASSET MANAGEMENT <ul><li>Against backdrop of financial meltdown, the next wave of product innovation aims to achieve  ?? </li></ul><ul><li>After being burnt, what do retail and institutional investors seek  ?? </li></ul>INTEGRITY TANGIBLE ASSETS TRANSPARENCY LOWER COSTS Return to Basics—SIMPLIFICATION A SOLUTION
    10. 10. SOLUTION: BENEFITS WITH ISLAMIC INVESTMENT 1. Prudence & overall risk diversification  comes with integrating Islamic into the mainstream investment portfolio 2. Investment performance comparable to mainstream  YET enables one to invest with a social cause 3. Although can be seen as constraint from European perspective due to exclusion of certain industries  financial screening ratios on debt, cash, and receivables in the Islamic investment process see that the financial interests of the investors are looked after 4. Positioning Shariah compliant investing to a broader investor base successfully requires  there be no risk-reward disadvantage vs mainstream investing
    11. 11. Products only relevant to Muslims Covers Larger Investor Base Both Muslims and Non-Muslims Misconception The Truth is… Not Inferior to Conventional Performance: Return, Volatility, Risk-Return Profile Performance Drag Products are too complicated Only difference is the Islamic screening process Restricted Universe 2,545 stocks, USD 9.3 trillion market cap- Dow Jones Islamic Market World Index* > 50% of SP500 is Shariah (by mkt cap)** Low Debt + Limited Downside Source: *Dow Jones,30/01/09, **Standard & Poors 17/2/09 WHY ISLAMIC WORKS: MITIGATING MISCONCEPTIONS
    12. 12. INDEX COMPARISON: 10-YR ANNUALISED PRICE RETURN Source: Dow Jones (as at 30/01/09) -2.19 -2.14 10-YEAR Dow Jones Islamic Market World Index Dow Jones World Index GLOBAL INDICES -3.65 -3.09 10-YEAR Dow Jones Islamic Market U.S. Index Dow Jones U.S. Index U.S. INDICES -6.33 -3.11 10-YEAR Dow Jones Islamic Market Titans 100 Index Dow Jones Global Titans 50 Index BLUE CHIP INDICES -2.82 -1.94 10-YEAR Dow Jones Islamic Market Europe Index Dow Jones STOXX TMI Index EUROPE INDICES
    13. 13. HOW TO SELECT AN ISLAMIC FUND MANAGER
    14. 14. HOW TO SELECT A FUND MANAGER <ul><li>End-to-end Shariah-compliant process </li></ul><ul><li>Focus is on Islamic as a solution, not as a product offering </li></ul><ul><li>Provides research and analytics </li></ul><ul><li>In-house Shariah council </li></ul><ul><li>Islamic credentials </li></ul>
    15. 15. GOOD FUND MANAGER DELIVERABLES <ul><ul><li>Islamic or not, performance is mostly driven by the skill of the fund manager and the supporting infrastructure. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Integrity of Shariah may not translate into performance directly, but it may avoid reputational risk to the company. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>An Islamic asset management company with skillful fund managers, but with a weak Shariah component, may perform on the fund but may not gain respect from the industry. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Some clients regard Shariah integrity with equal importance to investment performance. </li></ul></ul>
    16. 16. <ul><li>A joint venture between CIMB Group and Principal Global Investors, the asset management group of Principal Financial Group (PFG) </li></ul><ul><li>Dedicated global franchise in Islamic asset management </li></ul><ul><li>Leverages synergy of PFG’s 130 years of experience in global asset management and CIMB’s global leadership in Islamic Finance. </li></ul><ul><li>Offers holistic and pure management of Islamic assets with end-to-end processes in accordance with Islamic principles </li></ul><ul><li>Established insights on client needs </li></ul>CIMB-PRINCIPAL ISLAMIC ASSET MANAGEMENT Shareholding Structure of CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management Principal Global Investors, USA A Leading Fortune 500 Diversified Global Financial Services Group 50.0% CIMB GROUP South East Asia’s Largest Investment Bank 50.0% CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management Sdn Bhd
    17. 17. CIMB-PRINCIPAL ISLAMIC Asia Pac x-Japan Cumulative Investment Performance Source: CIMB-Principal & Bloomberg (1/8/06-30/4/09) Composite performance vs. benchmark
    18. 18. GLOBAL SUKUK SELECTED AGGREGATE PERFORMANCE (as at 31 March 2009) Source: CIMB-Principal
    19. 19. Thank You 1 1 Best Islamic Bank in Asia 2008, 2005 Islamic Products House of the Year Award 2008 1 Islamic Fund House of the Year 2008, 2007, 2006 1 Best Sukuk House 2008 CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management Full spectrum of Islamic investment solutions customized to best meet global investors’ needs and objectives. CIMB Islamic Accolades
    20. 20. DISCLAIMER <ul><li>All figures shown in this document are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise noted. </li></ul><ul><li>This document is provided to you for information only and should not be construed as an offer or a solicitation of an offer to purchase or subscribe or sell any security, product, service or investment, nor does it constitute investment advice and is not intended for distribution, or use by any person in any country where the investment service referred to is not authorized or which the dissemination of such information is contrary to law and regulation of the country. All information contained herein is confidential and is provided solely for internal use of intended recipient(s). The information in this document may not be reproduced, distributed or published by any recipient. The information contained herein has been derived from sources believed to be reliable and is current as at the publication date. Neither CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management Sdn Bhd, nor any of its officers, directors or employees accept any liability or responsibility in respect to the information or any recommendation expressed herein as no representation or warranty is made as to its accuracy, completeness or correctness of the information provided. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Persons wishing to rely upon this information should perform their own independent evaluation of risks and benefits or consult directly with the source of information or obtain professional advice where appropriate. The value of your investment may rise or fall. Past performance is not reflective of future results. </li></ul>

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