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HSBC postpones its first Islamic bond fund.

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HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) has postponed its first Islamic bond fund.

The company said that it has postponed its first fund that was investing in sukuk, or Islamic bonds. The bank postponed the fund after investors were put off by a four-year lock-up period.

A spokesperson for HSBC Global Asset Management, the group's fund management arm, said, 'We decided to take some time to redesign the product based on feedback during the marketing phase. The lock-in period was not attractive to investors at the time.'

HSBC Amanah, HSBC Holding's Islamic unit, had planned the launch the fund in the summer.

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Date:Sep 10, 2009
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