AUM (in crores):
NIFTY Composite Debt Index
01 Jan 2013
Min. additional investment:
The investment objective of the Scheme is to maximize returns through an active management of a portfolio of debt and money market securities.
Performance (As on 12 Aug 2022)
|1 week returns||3 month returns||6 month returns
||1 year returns||3 year returns||5 year returns
||Returns since inception|
||1.79 %||0.72 %
||6.73 %||7.52 %
Top 10 instruments
Central Government - 2033(^)
5.74% Central Government - 2026(^)
8.03% Gujarat State Govt - 2025 - Gujarat
6.54% Central Government - 2032
5.23% National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development ( Axis Trustee Services Limite)
6.75% Sikka Ports & Terminals Ltd. ( Mukesh Ambani Group ) **
EMBASSY OFFICE PARKS REIT
REITs & InvITs
REITs & InvITs
7.4% Muthoot Finance Ltd. ( IDBI Trusteeship Services Ltd) **
8.25% Maharashtra State Govt - 2025 - Maharashtra
Central Government - 2031(^)
Dynamic bond debt funds actively change their strategy and portfolio based on the interest rate cycle and opportunities in the debt market. When the direction of interest rates is headed downward, these funds get aggressive and move into long-duration government debt to make gains off bond price appreciation. At other times, the funds stick to other corporate and bank bonds and earn the interest on these bonds. These funds tend to be volatile in the short term as they adapt their portfolios to market movements; their 1-year returns can be range from the high double-digit to losses based on their strategy and debt market movements. Returns even out over longer periods and need to be held for the long term.
These funds investors with investment horizons above 3 years and who can take short-term volatility in their debt funds.
Short-term: Holding period is less than 36 months.
Taxation: Capital gains are taxed at individual’s slab rate
Long-term: Holding period is 36 months or more.
Taxation: Capital gains are taxed at 20% with indexation benefit.
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