Make an additional ASB investment via Maybank2u

Maybank2u latest online service lets you perform ASB transactions as frequently as you want. All you need is a valid ASB membership number and you will be able to invest in additional ASB units for yourself and/or other third party accounts.

Here's how you can make an additional ASB investment through Maybank2u:

  1. Register the ASB accounts of your choice.
    • Login to Maybank2u.com. Click on the "Investment" tab
    • Select "ASNB Unit Trust" from the menu
    • Select "Add" to Register an ASNB account
    • Confirm the product name you are adding. Request for a TAC number
    • Please read and understand the Declaration. Check the box to acknowledge the terms and conditions. Click "Next"
    • Key in your Membership No, Membership ID and Type along with your Name and click "Continue"
    • Confirm all the details displayed and fill in the TAC code received. Click "Confirm" to continue
    • When the Confirmation Status page is displayed, keep the record for your reference
  2. Now that your accounts are approved*, follow the steps below:
    • Login to Maybank2u.com. Select the "Investment" tab
    • Select "ASNB Unit Trust" from the menu
    • Select "ASB Payment" from the top sub menu
    • Select the account for payment from the dropdown list and click "Continue"
    • Please read and understand the Declaration. Check the box to acknowledge the terms and conditions. Click "Next"
    • Key in the amount you would like to invest and select the account you wish to make the payment from in the dropdown list. Click "Continue"
    • Confirm the details of the transaction and click "Confirm"
    • When the Payment Status page appears, click "Print Receipt" and keep it for your future reference

*Estimated approval time is between 36-48 hours

Note:
At the moment, this service is offered for ASB & AS 1M funds only. Other ASNB funds are currently unavailable online.

Fees & Charges

The transaction fee is RM1.00 (inclusive GST) per successsful transaction.

Read our FAQs for more information.

ASNB investments available at your nearest Maybank branch

As an authorised agent for Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad (ASNB), we offer the following unit trust funds at Maybank branches nationwide:

Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad unit trust funds
Amanah Saham Nasional (ASN) 
Amanah Saham Bumiputera (ASB) 
Amanah Saham Wawasan 2020 (ASW 2020) 
Amanah Saham Nasional 2 (ASN2) 
Amanah Saham Malaysia (ASM) 
Amanah Saham Didik (ASD) 
Amanah Saham Nasional 3 Imbang (ASN 3) 
Amanah Saham Gemilang (Amanah Saham Pendidikan, Amanah Saham Kesihatan, Amanah Saham Persaraan) (ASG) 
Amanah Saham 1Malaysia (AS 1M) 
Amanah Saham Bumiputera 2 (ASB2)
 

To find out more about each fund, do pick up a product prospectus at any of our branches. Please read it carefully before investing. If you need any help, it is best to consult a professional adviser.

Services

You may conduct these transactions at our branches:

  • Registration 
  • Purchase of units via passbook and/or certificate 
  • Redemption 
  • Passbook replacement 
  • Interscheme i.e. ASB to ASN and between ASG Funds
  • Bantuan Khairat Kematian


Click here
to view ASNB Master Prospectus

Click here to view ASNB First Supplementary Master Prospectus

 

IMPORTANT NOTE:

The Master Prospectus of funds of ASNB dated 30 June 2016, First Supplementary Master Prospectus dated 15 November 2016 and Second Supplementary Master Prospectus dated 16 March 2017 ("Prospectus"), have been registered with the Securities Commission Malaysia. Before investing, investors are advised to read and understand the content of the Prospectus together with the Product Highlights Sheets which are available at any ASNB branches and agents. Units will be issued upon receipt of the registration form referred to and accompanying the Prospectus. Before investing, kindly consider the fees and charges involved. Unit prices and distribution payable, if any, may go down as well as up. Investors are also advised to consider the inherent risk of investing in the funds and other general risk as elaborated in the Prospectus. The past performance of a fund should not be taken as indicative of its future performance.