Quant Active Fund(G)-Direct Plan

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Rs 673.2665   9.549(1.439 %) NAV as on 22 Feb 2024
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Fund type:
Equity
AUM (in crores):
₹ 8,142.8
Fund category:
Multi Cap Fund
Fund manager(s):
Ankit Pande, Vasav Sahgal, Sanjeev Sharma
Benchmark:
Nifty500 Multicap 50:25:25 - TRI
Minimum investment:
₹ 5000
Launch date:
07 Jan 2013
Min. additional investment:
₹ 1000
Expense ratio:
0.77 %
Exit load:
1% on or before 15D, Nil after 15D

Scheme Objective: The primary investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate capital appreciation & provide longterm growth opportunities by investing in a portfolio of Large Cap, Mid Cap and Small Cap companies. There is no assurance that the investment objective of the Scheme will be realized.


Performance (As on 22 Feb 2024)

6 month returns 1 year returns3 year returns5 year returns Returns since inception
Scheme27.93 % 51.05 % 32.69 %31.73 % 21.96 %
Nifty500 Multicap 50:25:2522.83 % 46.37 % 22.44 %N/A N/A

Portfolio

Top 10 stock holdings
Allocation (%)
Reliance Industries Limited
10.14%
Aurobindo Pharma Limited
4.75%
Britannia Industries Limited
4.03%
IRB Infrastructure Developers Limited
4.02%
Punjab National Bank
3.79%
Hindalco Industries Limited
3.64%
Jio Financial Services Limited
3.4%
Adani Power Limited
3.3%
HFCL Limited
2.77%
Oracle Financial Services Software Ltd
2.75%

About this category

Multi-cap funds invest a minimum of 25% each in small-cap stocks, mid-cap stocks, and large-cap stocks. Across market cycles, thus, portfolio of at least half the funds will be in the higher-risk marketcap segments. This gives these funds a higher volatility profile and a tendency to fall more during market corrections compared to other fund categories that invest across market capitalisations. On the other hand, in rallying markets, these allocations could help drive returns.

Suitability

Multi-cap funds suit investors with an appetite for high risk. Apart from their mandated mid-and-smallcap allocation, risk also comes from the fact that SEBI introduced this category only in 2020. How such funds deliver in different market cycles is unknown.

Taxation

Short-term: Holding period is less than 12 months.

Taxation: Capital gains are taxed at 15%


Long-term: Holding period is 12 months or more.

Taxation: Capital gains up to Rs 100,000 each financial year is tax-exempt. Remaining capital gains is taxed at 10%. For investments made on or before January 31st, 2018: Capital gain up to this date is tax-free.

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