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Returns and Charges

What is the expected return on my investment?

The returns of each investor differ case by case, based on a range of factors e.g., market condition, your choice of Issued Notes, total investment size and level of diversification etc.

In view of the Interest Sharing Scheme with FinPal, your net expected return could be calculated based on the suggested formula below:

Net expected return for each financing product type* = sharing ratio to Investor % of Interest rates of selected Issue Notes

*Subject to all the Issued Notes invested are performing and non-default.

Since the investment tenor is relatively short term, investors are encouraged to re-invest, to increase the potential overall returns on your investments.

Can I register as an Issuer and an Investor simultaneously?

Currently, there is no rule restricting you to register as Issuer and Investor simultaneously. You will be required to open separate accounts for each, using different…

FinPAL March 22, 2018

Is FinPAL regulated?

Yes, FinPal is a Registered Recognised Market Operator, governed under Section 34 of Capital Markets and Services Act 2007 (CMSA) by Securities Commission of Malaysia…

FinPAL March 22, 2018

Are my funds at risk if FinPAL becomes insolvent?

Your investment funds are held on trust on your behalf in a segregated Investor Trust Account which cannot be transferred to FinPAL Accounts. Additionally, FinPAL…

FinPAL March 22, 2018

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