Feb 24, 2024


Private Asset Management

According to Clause (17) of Article (1) of Securities Market Act, an asset management firm is a legal entity which engages in transaction of securities for investment according to a specified contract and for the purpose of earing profit. As per Clause (4) of Article (1) of directive of establishment and operation of asset management firm, asset management is defined as making decision to purchase, sell, or maintain securities in the name of a specified investor by the asset management company as per a specified contract for deriving profit for the investor. By private portfolio it is meant aggregate assets intended for such asset management (including cash funds, securities and receivables) which belong to a certain client. The goals of such act is to create a private portfolio of securities for a client, whether as a real person or legal entity, appropriate to the personal goals, particulars and preferences, level of risk tolerance and volume of investment intended by the investor and continuous management for creating the highest possible return under supervision and control of the investor 

Features & Privileges of Specialized Asset Management

1) Transaction made by experienced specialists, backed by all-out scientific and new-based analyses

2) Total transparency and supervision, due to supervision exercised by legal structure (institutions such as the fund’s administrator, the fund’s auditor, Securities and Exchange Org.) for making sure of preservation of investors’ rights

3) Asset Management Company is obliged to provide the investor and the Securities and Exchange Org. with comprehensive report on quarterly basis; nevertheless, the investor may observe daily and weekly report on return at the website of the asset management company

4) All of activities of the asset management company are controlled, in respect of the provisions of the contract, by an institution called Amin Asset Management, which is operated under supervision of the Securities and Exchange Org.

5) High liquidity of investment and mechanism for reduction or increase in the assets of the portfolio

6) Investor may notify to his asset management entity at time that he intends to increase or decrease his asset

7) The investment portfolio is exclusively designed for each investor, according to the his risk tolerance

8) More return is gained in comparison to other methods of investments due to accepting a higher risk

9)     The investment strategy is determined according to the risk tolerance, liquidity and the intended investment volume

10) Confidentiality of client’s information is maintained by the asset management entity

11) Direct ownership of the investor on his own portfolio assets (as compared to joint ownership in funds)

12) Availability of investment in financial instruments, while in other methods of asset management, like investment funds, it is not possible to make investment in them, like Securities Exchange- and OTC-traded future contracts and unlisted Iranian securities issuers (including public and non-public)

13) Availability of profit to be shared between the investor and the asset manager leads to serious enhancement of the manager’s motivation for getting access to the highest profitability

14) It is obvious that whereas most of the investors’ assets are invested in shares, the risks existing in the shares do exist in this method too, but the good news is that the formed portfolios are administered by specialists and professionals.

Our Methods of Analysis and Information Sources

We administer portfolios by adopting the state-of-the-art and prevailing methods at the reputable financial markets. Our analysis is on the basis of fundamental analysis and we also use the technical analysis as a side method of analysis of prices trends and indices, aiming to weigh the market atmosphere and excitement in respect of each share and industry. Consolidation of the two approaches is called techno-fundamental method.

The information sources in our company are made up of websites and on-line and printed sources, such as news agencies, information published by companies and websites relating to Securities and Exchange Org., reputable newspapers and scientific sources, foreign analytic and information-providing websites, etc.

Some of our sources of information are as follows:











Conflict of Interest Controlling Procedure

In compliance with Article (14) of Directive of establishment and activity of asset management companies, in the event of conflict of interest between the consulting company, such company’s affiliates and/or employees and the clients, then, we will proceed with its disclosure and controlling, and will give priority to the clients’ interests. Further, in case the our company or our employees is/are beneficiary(ies) of a share, then, according to Article (27) of Directive of Asset Management, we will disclose its report.

Types of Securities or Capital Assets which are consulted for Investment

According to our Company’s Articles of Association and Directive published by Securities and Exchange Org. provides consultation concerning the following securities:

1) All securities traded at Tehran Stock Exchange and OCT

2) Share certificates issued by companies in process of getting listed in stock markets and OTCs

3) General share subscription certificates of companies holding authorization from Securities and Exchange Org.

4) Types of debt securities, like participating bonds, lease bonds, murabahah bonds

5) Share certificates of private joint stock companies in need of financial or organizational re-structuring

6) Precious metals traded at Mercantile Exchange

7) Shares and goods futures contracts traded at stock market

8) Types of bonds, earning fixed income, such as participating bonds, Sukuk bonds, mortgage bonds and other securities authorized by Central Bank of I.R. of Iran or Securities and Exchange Org., deposit certificates issued by banks or financial and credit institutes authorized by the Central Bank of I.R. of Iran

9) Derivative instrument bonds traded at the securities exchange, mercantile exchange, OTC or other exchanges may be set up under supervision of Securities and Exchange Org., like futures stock contracts, options, commodity futures contracts

10) Other bonds approved by the Securities and Exchange Org., like housing facilities preemption, istisnah bonds, mortgage bonds.

Services Provision Charges

The most significant cost in this section is related to asset management charge, which may be mutually agreed to be paid on fixed, variable, performance, etc. bases.

Information Provision and Reporting

Asset management company is obliged to provide each client and the Securities & Exchange Org. with asset management activity report in specified periods set out in the asset management contract, which will be exceed six months. The expiration of the set management contract shall be upon expiration of term of the contract and refraining from extending the same. Upon such expiration, the asset management company will be introduce any change in the portfolio and it will be liable to make payment of the fund of the portfolio to the investor within two working days, and in case the investor refrain avoids from selling of other assets of portfolio, it should transfer such asset to the investor.


Being supported by the knowledge and operation experiences of our specialists, and in consideration of all aspects of tastes and inclinations of investor and by applying most modern models of integrated risk management, we offer aggregate of services concerning asset management.