BPI-PHILAM Variable Funds

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  • BPI-PHILAM PRODUCT NAME
    BPI-PHILAM INVESTMENT FUND
    Net Asset Value Per Unit
    Daily Valuation Date
     
    April 10, 2014
    April 11, 2014
    Max Yield 2019 High-Water Mark 2019 Fund
    1.2327
    1.2385
    Max Yield 2021 High-Water Mark 2021 Fund
    1.0325
    1.0325
    Invest Plus Dollar US Dollar Bond Fund
    1.1851
    1.1899
    Invest Plus Peso, Build Plus Peso and Life Extreme Protect Peso Bond Fund
    1.1428
    1.1424
    Peso Growth Fund
    1.3421
    1.3504
    Peso Equity Index Fund
    1.5817
    1.6003
    Odyssey Bond Fund
    1.0904
    1.0911
    Odyssey Balanced Fund
    1.0384
    1.0394
    Odyssey High Conviction Fund
    0.7411
    0.7455


    BPI-PHILAM PRODUCT NAME
    BPI-PHILAM INVESTMENT FUND
    Net Asset Value Per Unit
    Daily Valuation Date
     
    March 7, 2014
    March 31, 2014
    Max Protect (1st Tranche) Principal Protect Fund
    1.0594
    1.0594
    Max Protect (2nd Tranche) Principal Protect Fund 2
    1.0463
    1.0463
    Max Growth 6 (1st Tranche) Growth Fund
    0.9653
    0.9096
    Max Growth 6 (2nd Tranche) Growth Fund 2
    0.7945
    0.7727
    Max Chindia 6 Max Chindia Fund
    0.9155
    0.9224
    Max Growth Philippines (1st Tranche) Philippine Growth Fund
    1.2033
    1.1918
    Max Growth Philippines (2nd Tranche) Philippine Growth Fund 2
    1.1000
    1.0829
    Max Growth Philippines (3rd Tranche) Philippine Growth Fund 3
    1.0955
    1.0759
    Max Growth Philippines (4th Tranche) Philippine Growth Fund 4
    0.9539
    0.9390
    Max Growth Asia (1st Tranche) Asia Growth Fund 1
    0.8107
    0.8146
    Max Growth Asia (2nd Tranche) Asia Growth Fund 2
    0.8517
    0.8469
    Max Growth Asia (3rd Tranche) Asia Growth Fund 3
    0.9517
    0.9447

    Past performance is not indicative of future results. Our investment management services relate to a variety of investments, each of which can fluctuate in value. The value of portfolios we manage may fall as well as rise, and the investor may not get back the full amount originally invested. The investment risks vary between different types of instruments. For example, for investments involving exposure to a currency other than that in which the portfolio is denominated, changes in the rate of exchange may cause the value of investments, and consequently the value of the portfolio, to go up or down. In the case of a higher volatility portfolio the loss on realization or cancellation may be very high (including total loss of investment), as the value of such an investment may fall suddenly and substantially.

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