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Author Topic: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds  (Read 9185 times)

Offline richmond

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PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
« on: Nov 19, 2006, 03:52 PM »
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  • Just a follow-up: anybody heard of PruLink Managed Fund/Growth Fund of Pru UK? i would imagine it must be doing good here considering the company is celebrating their 10th year anniversary in the Phils.

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #1 on: Jun 18, 2007, 09:42 PM »
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  • Hi, meron ba dito nag-invest sa PRU Life?  :help: Mukha di sya popular sa mga PMT'ers. Meron ako konting pera sa bond fund and equity fund nila after ako mahatak ng friend ko. Gulat ako ang dami pa pala iba choices after seeing the the Mutual Funds list project ni sir FG. And kinabahan ako wala dun yung basket ko!!! At sabi nga nila don't put your itlogs in one basket. Nagsisimula pa lang ako magbuild ng investment portfolio and so far happy naman ako sa nakikita ko sa weekly NAVPU indicators nila. Meron ba iba PMT'ers dito with PRU? It will be a relief somehow kung kung meron. Alam ko matataas money IQ ng mga tao dito.. para feeling belong kahit papaano. Hehe.  :hihi:

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #2 on: Jun 19, 2007, 06:56 AM »
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  • hmm.. eto rin first option ko...and still considering... may insurance policy na kasi ako with pru life...input naman ung iba jan na my MF with PRU...

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #3 on: Jun 19, 2007, 09:33 AM »
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  • SEC and ICAP's list of mutual fund companies does not include PRU Life. I checked their website, I don't know if it's updated, but among their savings products, only endowment plans and variable life insurance contracts are listed. Are you sure you guys were offered a mutual fund? Baka variable life insurance yan, insurance product na may investment fund.
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    « Reply #4 on: Jun 19, 2007, 10:12 AM »
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  • happy naman ako sa nakikita ko sa weekly NAVPU indicators nila.


    well kung NAVPU indicator ang base mo? Congratulations you have just invested in Variable Life Insurance.... Dont worry this is not bad as it seems. Mutual Funds indicator is (NAVPS) net asset value per share

    (NAVPU) means net asset value per unit
    If your agent give you a policy instead of a certificate then you have invested in VUL.
    Your still lucky because VUL is performing better compared to mutual fund, but your agent must let you know more about the difference.
    If you want to succeed, don't take timid, tepid, tentative steps. Give it all you've got.

    Offline mykl

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #5 on: Jun 19, 2007, 04:10 PM »
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  • pru life uk is not a mutual fund company. it deals primarily in life insurance and one of its banner products is the unit-linked or investment-linked life insurance products (also known as variable universal life VUL).
    « Last Edit: Jun 19, 2007, 04:24 PM by mykl »

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #6 on: Jun 19, 2007, 04:49 PM »
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  • Sun Life, Philam Life and Prudential Life are insurance companies as well but they have asset management arms that offer mutual funds. In any case, it does appear that PRU Life does not have MF products. Moving thread to the Insurance board.
    « Last Edit: Jun 19, 2007, 04:51 PM by nailbiter »
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    Offline enova

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    « Reply #7 on: Jun 19, 2007, 04:51 PM »
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  • Thanks guys!! Kaya pala. Di ko pa kse alam itatanong 2yrs ago sa agent.

    Safe kaya yung mga ganung VLU? :help: I mean meron ba mga governing laws about dun sa pinas? I've put some considerable amount sa kanila. Now I don't know if I can still call them invesments since it's officially under "insurance". Hehe. They are really like disguised mutual funds to me(well as far I understood). Like yung isang type called the "Growth Fund", they put ~85% in equities and ~15% sa bonds. The other one called "Managed Fund" is just the opposite. Feedback naman sa iba jan. So far I've been very happy with the performance like the Growth Fund I bought less than 2 yrs ago for 1.00 PU (intro price) and now its 1.92. Do you think it's better to just withdraw and put to real deal MF's? Pero for sure I will stop topping up for now para mag start magdiversify.


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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #8 on: Jun 19, 2007, 04:59 PM »
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  • As an insurance policy, regulated yan ng Insurance Commission. Pwede mo pa rin naman i-treat yon bilang investment. If you withdraw, you give up the policy. Would you like to let go of your benefits? Sayang din naman yon. Repost ko lang yung nasulat ko na sa ibang thread:


    When you buy a VUL, you're buying an insurance policy. You pay the premium and upon payment, a portion is placed in your chosen investment fund. Yung investment fund, pwede mong galawin, pwede mong dagdagan in addition to what is placed there when you make your premium payments. Pwede kang mag-partial redemption. Pero kung i-withdraw mo lahat, considered na yon na sinu-surrender mo yung policy. Yung investment fund, ayun nga, pwede mong i-treat as investment, you can make additional placements and you can withdraw from it at will (subject to limits and charges) basta nga di mo uubusin. Yung fund value non by the time na ma-avail yung policy, idadagdag sa face amount.
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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #9 on: Jun 20, 2007, 11:34 AM »
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  • i advise you to continue your investments with PRU Life UK
    on the other hand if you really like to invest in mutual fund, set aside another fund for that,
    any way you can start by investing 5,000 pesos minimum for a bond fund.
    If you want to succeed, don't take timid, tepid, tentative steps. Give it all you've got.

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #10 on: Jun 20, 2007, 11:02 PM »
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  • Thanks sa inyong mga payo. So I'll keep them for now. Mukhang ok naman yung PRU so far at wala naman ako paggagamitan sa ngayon. I'll try to read more on the MF/UITF options discussed in other threads para sila namn next ko puntiryahin. :D

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #11 on: Jun 21, 2007, 06:46 AM »
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  • sa girltalk, merong mga nag-invest sa PRU LIFE UK. so far ok naman, kasi forced savings ang dating tapos maganda naman ang earning ng savings/investments nila. ito nga yung binabalak kong simulan, magschedule ako ng appointment with one of their agents by next week. balak ko ito na lang muna sa halip na pension plan.

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #12 on: Oct 31, 2007, 07:59 AM »
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  • PRULINK FUNDS...

    Think of mutual funds as a seperate order of hamburger and PRULINK as value meal.  In a way, it's a more comprehensive product coz you get the benefits of both an investment and insurance products for a single account although you can open more if you wish.  PRULINK is managed by Prudential Asset Management Singapore. Currently, PRULINK offers 4 funds for its clients to channel their investments: Bond (Peso and Dollar), Growth, Managed and Equity funds.  You can check the performance of each fund (alhtough equity fund is not yet included) on the prulifeuk website: http://www.prulifeuk.com.ph/

    Just in case you are interested, I'd be glad to do a more comprehensive presentation about the gains of investing on PRULINK  

     :hello:

    you can email me at yenfym@hotmail.com

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
    « Reply #13 on: Nov 03, 2007, 06:15 AM »
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  • I have a MANAGED FUND and GROWTH FUND accounts in PRU LIFE UK. The former i got it last year and the latter this year. Satisfied naman ako sa performance nila. But I also have investments in a BALANCED MUTUAL FUND at PHILAM. Thay way, I can compare their performance and decide where to put more additional investments.

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
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  • PRULIFE has now Equity Funds...

    PruLink Equity Fund is composed of 100% Peso Equities. This fund is for those who have high-risk appetite for their investment.

    Given the country?s strong economic growth and robust performance of the Philippine stock market,   equity funds are emerging as one of the best investment options available in the current market. However, the investor/consumer should be thoroughly informed on the volatility of the fund and advised to consider the risks when considering this investment.

    Investment Objective

    PruLink Equity Fund - The fund seeks to optimize medium to long term capital growth through investments in shares of stocks listed in the Philippines.

    Portfolio Statement

    Top 10 Holdings as of 31 December 2006:

    Philippine Long Distance
    Bank of the Philippine Islands
    Ayala Land Inc.
    Ayala Corporation
    SM Investments Corp.
    San Miguel Corp. - Class B
    Metropolitan Bank & Trust
    First Philippine Holdings
    SM Prime Holdings Inc.
    Globe Telecom Inc.

    (source: PrulifeUK website)

    :)

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    Re: PRU Life UK PruLink Funds
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