Are you an OFW who’s been looking for an investment placement where your money could grow higher than your time deposit account?
Are you outside of Metro Manila and would like to start investing in mutual funds but have no personal advisors to help you out?
Fret no more.
I have partnered with some of the country’s top mutual fund companies and I can help you out start your journey to financial freedom by opening an account with any of them.
How Can I Make Millions in Mutual Funds?
Mutual funds are invested in stocks listed on the stock exchange as well as bonds issued by the government and corporations where values differ daily. As a result, the value of your investment fluctuates daily depending on the performance of its underlying instruments. Funds’ earnings are not fixed but are very flexible, at an average of 6-18% a year. Over the long run, mutual funds usually outperform traditional time deposit placements or short-term money-market funds.
I Am Already Investing in Stocks and other Businesses. Do I Still Need Mutual Funds?
Diversify your investments by adding mutual funds to your portfolio. In times when the stock market is down or your business is not in its top form, your mutual funds will still work on its own to achieve your financial goals.
The numbers/percentages you are seeing below are what your money would have gained if you invested on any of these mutual funds at the beginning of 2014 and redeemed by December of the same year.
How To Open a Mutual Fund Account for OFWs or for those outside Metro Manila?
1) Download and fill out the forms of your chosen mutual funds.
To apply for a FAMI mutual fund account, click here to download forms.
To apply for a Philam mutual fund account, click here to download forms.
To apply for a Philequity mutual fund account, click here to download forms.
To apply for an ATR Kim Eng mutual fund account, click here to download forms.
To apply for a Soldivo mutual fund account, click here to download forms.
And now you can apply for a SUNLIFE mutual fund account. Click here to download forms.
Should these links fail, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I could directly send you the forms.
2) Scan or take pictures of the filled out forms for verification. You may email them to me for checking.
3) Send by courier the originally-signed documents for initial investments to our coordinator in Manila when done and verified by our team. I will give you further instructions on these once you decide to open an account with any of these mutual funds. Meanwhile, prepare a photocopy of at least 1 Philippine gov’t-issued ID such as passport, SSS ID, driver’s license, etc. Sign 3 times on the sides of the photocopy.
4) Remit/deposit/transfer the funds directly to the bank accounts of the mutual funds. Download the prospectus here for funding details.
5) Send a copy of the proof of remittance/deposit slips/transfer.
6) Sit back, relax and wait for your next desired schedule to invest.
Do you want to know more about mutual funds and how to invest in it? Email a message to email@example.com with the subject ‘MF-BurnGutierrez’.