Regulated by Capital Markets Authority (CMA) and the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner Kenya (ODPC)

The Halal Fund: Fatma's Journey to Profitable & Ethical Investing.

Regulated by Capital Markets Authority (CMA) and the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner Kenya (ODPC)

The Halal Fund: Fatma’s Journey to Profitable & Ethical Investing.

Fatma is a management consultant with a background in Statistics. Being involved in advisory and strategy, she understands the importance of investing and growing her wealth. However, as a person who values adherence to Islamic principles, Fatma struggled to find investment options in Kenya that aligned with her beliefs due to the presence of interest-based transactions. That’s when she discovered ndovu, a digital savings and investment platform offering a Halal investment solution.

Discovering ndovu’s Shariah-complaint Investment Solution.

Ndovu's investment funds.

In 2020, Fatma stumbled upon an Instagram ad promoting Halal investing, which immediately caught her attention. Having heard the advice to start investing early, she was intrigued by the possibility of investing in a way that met her ethical requirements. Intrigued by Ndovu’s proposition, she researched further and relied on their website to learn more about their offerings.

What set ndovu apart from its competitors for Fatma was the availability of a dedicated Halal fund. This unique offering allowed her to invest while staying true to Islamic principles.

ndovu has assisted Fatma in growing her wealth and helped her budget effectively. She better understood her expenses through the platform’s resources and tools and could allocate her funds more efficiently, even regarding her passion for food and dining out.

Experiencing Gains from ndovu’s Win-Win Investment- the Halal fund.

Fatma was actively seeking a solution that would allow her to grow her wealth without compromising her values. High inflation rates made her realize that keeping her money in a savings account was causing it to depreciate. She wanted her investments to align with Islamic principles and sought a Halal investment avenue that offered the potential for good returns.

Fatma chose ndovu’s Halal index fund as her tailored Halal investment option. The Halal Fund let her invest ethically and profit from market opportunities.

Investing with Confidence.

Fatma gained a wealth of financial knowledge in the short term through ndovu. The platform’s numerous workshops, webinars, and free financial advisory sessions have significantly improved her financial literacy. As for the long term, Fatma remains optimistic about the outcomes of her investments and looks forward to seeing her wealth grow.

“I encourage those hesitant about investing to start small, with as little as Kshs 7,500 on ndovu. I advise potential investors to take advantage of ndovu’s free financial advisory sessions, which provide valuable guidance and assistance in understanding the company, initiating investments, and setting personalized financial goals.”


Fatma’s Future Investment Plans

Looking ahead to her 2023 investment plan, Fatma intends to invest more money and eagerly awaits the introduction of additional Halal products and services from ndovu. She plans to continue her journey with ndovu and explore new opportunities for growth while adhering to her ethical principles.

Fatma Noor’s experience showcases the value of ndovu’s Halal Fund in empowering individuals to pursue financial growth through ethical and Shariah-compliant investments. Sign up on ndovu today and stay true to your faith and beliefs throughout your financial journey.

Disclaimer: All ETF products are subject to risk, including country/regional, liquidity, and currency risks. Market prices of securities within the ETF may rise and fall, sometimes rapidly and unpredictably.

While ETFs provide diversification through exposure to a basket of securities, they do not eliminate the risk of loss. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss. These are non-CIS products registered by the SEC.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Share the Post:

Related Posts

Are you looking for a safe and convenient way to grow your savings in Kenya? Have you heard of money market funds...
Different investment avenues offer unique opportunities and advantages, making it essential for investors to evaluate their options carefully. In this blog post,...
For many people, the world of investing can be confusing. Many different investment funds are available, each with unique features, which sometimes...

ndovu is a regulated roboadvisory platform owned and run by Ndovu Wealth Limited (“Ndovu”). Ndovu is licensed by the Capital Markets Authority (Kenya) as a Fund Manager and is also regulated by the Institute of Certified Investment & Financial Analysts (ICIFA), the Communications Authority, and the Nairobi Securities Exchange. Ndovu is a registered trademark.” “Investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount originally invested.”

Last Updated: April 15th 2021 These terms of use (“Terms and Conditions”) mandate the terms on which the users (“You” or “Your” or “User”) access and register on the website and/or mobile application ‘Ndovu’ operated and managed by Ndovu Inc., its affiliates and its group entities, together referred to as “Company” or “We” or “Us”, collectively referred to as, “the Platform”. Ndovu is a registered trademark of Ndovu wealth Limited. Advisory services provided by Ndovu wealth Ltd, a CMA-registered investment adviser. US-traded securities are provided to Ndovu users by Interactive Brokers LLC, a regulated member of FINRA/SIPC. Interactive Brokers is a member of SIPC, which protects securities customers of its members up to $500,000 (including $250,000 for claims for cash). Explanatory brochure available upon request or at Investments in securities: • No Bank Guarantee • May Lose Value. Investing in securities involves risks, and there is always the potential of losing money when you invest in securities. Before investing, consider your investment objectives and Ndovu wealth Ltd charges and expenses. Ndovu wealth Ltd’s internet-based advisory services are designed to assist clients in achieving discrete financial goals. They are not intended to provide comprehensive tax advice or financial planning with respect to every aspect of a client’s financial situation and do not incorporate specific investments that clients hold elsewhere. Past performance does not guarantee future results, and the likelihood of investment outcomes are hypothetical in nature. Not an offer, solicitation of an offer, or advice to buy or sell securities in jurisdictions where Ndovu wealth Ltd is not registered. For further details see our Legal Disclosures. By using this website, you accept our (Terms of Use) and (Privacy Policy) and (Data Protection Policy).