(From left) OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Bhd chief executive officer Datuk Ong Eng Bin, consumer financial services head and managing director Anne Leh and OCBC Al-Amin Bank Bhd chief executive officer Syed Abdull Aziz Syed Kechik, promoting an investment scheme where an investor of a Maybank Global Sustainable / ESG fund that is distributed by OCBC Bank Malaysia Bhd can have a tree planted with his or her name on it.aws试用账号（www.2km.me）提供aws账号、aws全区号、aws32v账号、亚马逊云账号出售，提供api ，质量稳定，数量持续。另有售azure oracle linode等账号.
KUALA LUMPUR: Consumers looking to invest in a sustainability-themed unit trust product can now have a tree planted in their name along the lower Kinabatangan river in Sabah, thanks to a green initiative by OCBC Bank (M) Bhd (OCBC Bank).
The scheme automatically kicks in for those who invest in any one of the three global unit trust funds that are managed by Maybank Asset Management Sdn Bhd (MAM Malaysia) and distributed by OCBC Bank.
Two of the funds, the Maybank Global Sustainable Equity-I Fund and Maybank Global Sustainable Technology Fund are qualified Sustainable and Responsible Investment (SRI) Funds, while the Maybank Global Mixed Assets-I Fund is rated BBB by MSCI ESG Rating.
All future sustainable/ESG funds by MAM Malaysia that are distributed by OCBC Bank will also be part of the tree planting initiative, the bank said in a statement.
Maybank Global Mixed Assets-I is a global syariah mixed asset fund that allows investors to tap into global investment opportunities through a diversified portfolio with a target return of 6% per annum in US dollar terms, net of fees, over the medium to long term.
Maybank Global Sustainable Equity-I Fund invests in high conviction syariah ESG companies across global markets. Maybank Global Sustainable Technology Fund – a fund where ESG considerations play a key role in the evaluation of its investments – covers IT services and payment processors, tech hardware and equipment, semiconductors and semiconductor equipment, the Internet and gaming, and software.
The funds join the ranks of several others in OCBC Bank’s stable of ESG-related investment offerings aligned to its commitment to enhance its green financing and investment options.
According to OCBC Bank managing director and head of consumer financial services, Anne Leh, the tree planting initiative aims to broaden the conversation on sustainability to generate awareness among investors on the ways to get involved in environmental and climate-related causes.
“We know many consumers out there want to do well by doing good but not all might have sufficient exposure to the available opportunities and initiatives. So, we decided to bring things closer home by collaborating with Animal Projects and Environmental Education Sdn Bhd (APE Malaysia) on this tree planting initiative.
“APE Malaysia is running an ongoing reforestation project contributing towards the Corridor of Life Project along the lower Kinabatangan river in Sabah and has helped to bring about environmental gains to animals, the habitat and people in the community,” she said.