Commerce Trust announces new online service

  • Business
  • Saturday, 23 Aug 2003

COMMERCE Trust Bhd has introduced a new online service called Commerce Trust Online along with an improved interactive voice response system called Commerce Trust Link. 

Commerce Trust Online allows investors to access their account details via the Internet, view and print their investment balances, transaction history and distributions, as well as to check personal account information. 

The service is accessible at 

The unit trust company said in a statement that investors could access their account details via the Commerce Trust Link, an interactive telephone service which comes in three languages – English, Malay and Chinese. 

Investors can also check daily unit prices, account balances, distribution details and key information on Commerce Trust Funds by calling 03-2084 2200. 

“In the near future, we are looking to add another feature where investors can request for information to be sent to them via fax,” Commerce Trust chief executive officer, Yeoh Keat Seng, said. 

Meanwhile, Commerce Trusts syariah equity growth fund, the Lifetime Dana Putra fund, is now known as Lifetime Dana Mubarak.  

Commerce Trust said the change of name was to create a stronger Islamic association to the fund. 

“Mubarak, in Arabic, means the blessed one,” the company said.  

The Lifetime Dana Mubarak is a syariah equity growth fund that aims to earn reasonable returns from maximum exposure to Malaysian shares approved by the Syariah Advisory Council. – Bernama  

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