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HDFC Mutual Fund

HDFC Mutual Fund is promoted by Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) and Standard Life Investments.

HDFC Mutual Fund NAV and Scheme Details

Scheme Name Current NAV Scheme Category
HDFC Childrens Gift Fund - Regular Plan 100.81 Special Fund -14.49%
HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund - Regular Plan 150.53 Equity - Diversified -22.17%
HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund - Regular Plan 18.78 Equity - Diversified -33.54%
HDFC Income Fund - Regular Plan 44.59 Debt - Income 10.53%
HDFC Income Fund - Regular Plan 14.06 Debt - Income 10.53%
HDFC Income Fund - Regular Plan 11.35 Debt - Income 3.84%
HDFC Liquid Fund 3,910.22 Liquid Fund 5.86%
HDFC Liquid Fund 1,029.20 Liquid Fund -0.06%
HDFC Liquid Fund 1,032.25 Liquid Fund 0.03%
HDFC Liquid Fund 1,019.82 Liquid Fund 0%
HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund - Regular Plan 82.39 Equity - Diversified -24.77%
HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund - Regular Plan 12.10 Equity - Diversified -34.20%
HDFC Gilt Fund - Regular Plan 41.91 Gilt Fund 11.94%
HDFC Gilt Fund - Regular Plan 11.91 Gilt Fund 6.01%
HDFC FMP 793 D February 2014 - 1 - Regular Plan 16.49 Debt - FMP 7.43%
HDFC FMP 793 D February 2014 - 1 - Regular Plan 16.49 Debt - FMP 7.43%
HDFC FMP 793 D February 2014 - 1 - Direct Plan 16.62 Debt - FMP 7.53%
HDFC FMP 793 D February 2014 - 1 - Direct Plan 16.62 Debt - FMP 7.53%
HDFC FMP 370 D March 2014 - 1 - Regular Plan 16.06 Debt - FMP 7.30%
HDFC FMP 370 D March 2014 - 1 - Regular Plan 12.35 Debt - FMP 7.30%

About Hdfc Mutual Fund

The fund manages some of the largest equity mutual fund schemes in the country.

Most of the schemes of the fund have been consistent performers over the years. HDFC Mutual Fund has sizeable assets under management in which it manages both debt and equity dedicated schemes.

Hdfc mutual fund provides great value and countless schemes for all investors. Hdfc mutual fund is one of the best mutual fund scheme if compare to other funds which have good CRISIL rating and well management of assets. Hdfc Mutual Fund gives long term benefits to the investors by providing variegated products and services across asset and risk categories. Hdfc Mutual Fund offers portfolio management services to the investors and also enables them to invest in line with their investment objectives and risk-taking capacity.

Hdfc Asset Management Company becomes India's first AMC to be given the ranking CRISIL fund house tier-1. This is it's highest quality score of fund governance and processes representing the highest levels of pf governance and fund management. Hdfc AMC is the only fund house to achieve this rank in the succession of two years.

HDFC Asset Management Company

Hdfc Asset Management company was constituted on 10th December 1999 under the Companies Act, 1956 and was authorized by SEBI tin act as an asset management company for the Hdfc Mutual Fund on 3rd July 2000. Hdfc Asset Management company limited launched its Hdfc Equity Fund scheme in January 1995 since it concentrated for many years on different groups of schemes and introduced many unique products that have become capitalistic categories in the Indian Mutual Fund industry. Some of these included Hdfc Growth Fund, Hdfc top 200 funds, Hdfc Balance Fund, Hdfc Prudence Fund and more. The company manages its client's debt fixed income and stable mutual funds. It also handles hedge funds for its customers. It also invests in the scheme is an open-scheme, offering sales/switch-in and redeem/switch out units at NAV based prices on each business day.

The mutual fund shall dispatch redemption proceeds within 10 business days from the date of redemption in accordance with the SEBI Regulations. A 15% penal interest or any other price that may be imposed by SEBI from time to time shall be paid by the AMCA in the condition that the payment of the proceeds of redemption is not rendered within 10 days of the date of redemption. Under the normal condition, however, the mutual fund would endeavor to pay the redemption proceeds from the date of redemption within 3-4 business days._ivate equity with a focus on real estate. The company invests in sectors of institutional capital and fixed income. It requires a fundamental analysis to render its investments. The company was founded in 1999 and is located in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Hdfc Asset Management company acts as a division of housing development finance corporation limited.

Types of HDFC Scheme

Below listed are the details and types of Mutual Fund schemes that are provided HDFC: 

Open-ended Fund scheme

An open-ended fund investment or plan is one usable on a continuous basis for subscription or repurchase. There is no maturity duration for these schemes. Investors can easily acquire or sell units at net asset value. Liquidity is the key feature in the open-ended scheme.

Close Ended Fund scheme

A close-ended fund has a specified period of maturity. The fund is available for subscription only during a fixed period of time at the time of the launch of the scheme. At the time of initial public issue, shareholders may participate in the scheme and then buy or sell the scheme units at the stock exchanges where the units are classified. To provide the shareholders with an exit route, many close-ended funds provide an option to sell the units back to the mutual fund through regular NAV related market repurchases. SEBI regulations scheme is an open-scheme, offering sales/switch-in and redeem/switch out units at NAV based prices on each business day. The mutual fund shall dispatch redemption proceeds within 10 business days from the date of redemption in accordance with the SEBI Regulations.

A 15% penal interest or any other price that may be imposed by SEBI from time to time shall be paid by the AMCA in the condition that the payment of the proceeds of redemption is not rendered within 10 days of the date of redemption. Under the normal condition, however, the mutual fund would endeavor to pay the redemption proceeds from the date of redemption within 3-4 business days._ stipulate that the investor will be provided with at least one of the two exit routes either by repurchase facilities or by listing stock exchanges. Such schemes of mutual funds usually report NAV on a weekly basis.

Sector Specific funds/schemes

These are the funds that invest as stated in the bid documents in the securities only sectors or industries. The returns on these funds depend on the quality of the industries/sectors. While these funds may yield higher returns, compared to the diversified funds. Investors must monitor the performance of these sectors/industries and must leave at the appropriate time.

Tax saving schemes

These schemes provide shareholders with tax rebates under specific provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961 as the government offers tax incentives for expenditure in different avenues. These schemes based on investment and primarily invest in equities.

Benefits of HDFC Mutual Fund 

  • Become a disciplined investor- One of the strategies is to pledge a sum your preference with Hdfc Mutual Fund structured investment plan (minimum Rs 500 and multiples of Rs 100) to be deposited every month. It's as simple as giving at least 6 monthly postdated test in a scheme of your preference for a fixed amount. For irregular investors, it's the perfect solution.
  • Reach your financial goalHdfc Mutual fund SIP is the ideal tool for individuals with a specific, future financial need. By investing a preference amount you can prepare and achieve goals like a fund for child education, marriage in the family or comfortable retirement existence.
  • Take advantage of rupee cost averagingMany investors sell stocks when the price is high. But it is time-consuming and costly. A most successful investment approach is to follo_w the cost average method called Rupee.
  • Grow your investments with compounded benefits- Investing a small amount of money on a regular basis is far better than saving up to making one big investment. This is because while you save the lump sum, you may not get a lot of interest from your savings. Every amount you invest with Hdfc Mutual Fund SIP also grows through compounding benefits.
  • Do all this effortlessly- Its convenient to invest with Hdfc Mutual Fund SIP. Only send the post-dated verification or opt for an auto-debit from your bank account for a sum of your choosing (minimum of Rs 500 and multiples of Rs 100) and Hdfc Mutual Fund SIP invest the money in a fund of your preferences every month. You can invest for at least 6 months or as long as you want. The plans are completely flexible. You can also choose to pay on a quarterly basis and need to save for at least 2 quarters.

Why Choose Hdfc Mutual Fund?

Diversification

One of the major benefits of investing in Hdfc mutual funds is to get instant variegation of mutual funds. Hdfc mutual funds extend your equity and therefore risks by pooling cash from numbers of comparable investors.

Skilful Management

Another big advantage is that the investors will get advice from professional experts to invest in mutual funds. AMC provides trained fund managers who assist you with the best option to achieve the fund goals with the support of skilled research squad. They continually analyze your investments which saves your time and stress.

Reasonable

Mutual fund trade gives the benefit of low trading costs to its investors. A minimum of Rs 500 can be started as an investment plan by which anyone can eligible to invest in mutual funds.

Fungibility

You can easily take out your cash or transfer in mutual funds. Open-ended investments can be redeemed in order to receive the current value of mutual funds units.

Tax Benefits

Hdfc mutual fund offers various tax benefits. For instance, Equity Linked Saving Schemes are eligible for tax deductions under section 80C of the act. If equity schemes is more than 1 year then no tax is applicable. Short term capital gain is relevant within 3 years for debt redemption of mutual funds.

Hdfc Mutual Fund Investment Philosophy

The single most important factor behind Hdfc's Mutual Fund is its faith in providing the shareholder with the opportunity to invest beneficially in the financial market without constantly worrying about the fluctuations in the market. Hdfc mutual fund has developed the infrastructure needed to conduct all the basic research and to help it with strong analysis. By delivering long term benefits to the customer Hdfc Mutual Fund constantly monitor the industries of new trends, identify new development opportunities and communicate this information in the form of product offerings with the stakeholders. Hdfc Mutual Fund built a variety of products across asset and threat categories to allow investors to invest according to their investment goals and risk capabilities as well as it also offers services for portfolio management.

Hdfc Mutual Fund Sponsors

In 1977, HDFC was founded as India's first professional mortgage company. HDFC provides financial support for the acquisition and development of residential housing to persons, businesses and investors. It also provides service related to properties, education and consultancy. For the thirteenth year of succession, HDFC has received the highest rating for its securities and deposits program. HDFC Standard Life Insurance Company Limited, sponsored by HDFC, was the first private sector life insurance company to obtain a registration certificate on 23rd October 2000, from the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority to conduct life insurance in India.

Standard Life Investment Limited

Established in 1825, the standard life assurance company has significant experience in global financial markets. Since 1847 to 1938 when agencies were founded in Kolkata and Mumbai, the company was present in the Indian Life Insurance Sector. The company re-entered the Indian Market in 1995 when an agreement was signed with HDFC to set up an insurance joint venture. To fulfil its client's different needs and risk profiles, Standard Life Investments Limited maintains a diverse portfolio that includes a variety of private and public equity, government and corporate bonds, property investments and numerous derivative instruments globally.

Hdfc Trustee Company Limited

Hdfc Trustee Limited, a company incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 is the trustee of Hdfc Mutual Fund under the Trust Act of 8th June 2000 as revised from time to time. Hdfc Trustee Company Limited is a completely owned Hdfc subsidiary.

How to invest in Hdfc Mutual Fund?

If you want to invest in mutual funds through Hdfc bank you need to create an ISA account (Investment Services Account). ISA is linked with the bank which allows you to buy and sell mutual fund units. A fee is required to pay in order to sell or buy mutual fund units. In the official Hdfc mutual fund site log-in to your account and select the scheme you want and also the number of units you want to buy. Submit your details, pay the amount for your transaction and you are done.

Eligibility for Hdfc Mutual Fund

  • Resident type- Must be an Indian.
  • Candidate must be a single owner savings account of Hdfc bank.
  • Aadhar and PAN, KYC is mandatory.
  • Both salaried and non-salaried applicants are eligible.
  • NRI are also eligible
  • Parents or guardians on behalf of the minors are eligible
  • Applicants who are getting pension funds are eligible.
  • Partnership firms
  • Public financial institutions
  • Foreign institutional investors.

Hdfc Systematic Transfer Plan (STP)

STP alludes to Systematic Transfer Plan where an individual spends a lump sum to one scheme and periodically transfers. A sum that you choose is moved monthly to a specified date from one mutual fund scheme to another. Generally Fixed Systematic transfer plan (FSTP), monthly interval and capital appreciation systematic transfer plan (CASTP), monthly interval is accessible to unit-holders on 1st, 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th , 25th of the month and FSTP quarterly interval and CASTP, quarterly interval facility is accessible to unit-holders on 1st, 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th and 25th of the first month for every quarter.

Hdfc Mutual Fund Load Structure

Entry Load-  The sum transferred under the STP from the transferor scheme to the transferee scheme shall be paid by redeeming units of the transferor scheme to the applicable NAV after payment of the exit load if any, and by subscribing units of the transferee scheme to the applicable NAV without payment of any entry load if any, as of the specified date of any month or quarter. In case the date falls on a non-business day or in a book closure period, the next business day shall be taken into consideration in order to determine the acceptability of the NAV.

Exit Load- If the units are redeemed/switched out on or before the deadline of two years from the date of transfer, the relevant entry load is initially waived and will be imposed into theThe scheme is an open-scheme, offering sales/switch-in and redeem/switchout units at NAV based prices on each business days. The mutual fund shall dispatch redemption proceeds within 10 business days from the date of redemption in accordance with the SEBI Regulations. A 15% penal interest or any other price that may be imposed by SEBI from time to time shall be paid by the AMCA in the condition that the payment of the proceeds of redemption is not rendered within 10 days of the date of redemption. Under the normal condition, however the mutual fund would endeavor to pay the redemption proceeds from the date of redemption within 3-4 business days._ transfer scheme. In addition, if any the applicable exit load will also be imposed in the transfer scheme/plan as on the date of the unit allocation. The facility, therefore, offers similar advantages of those of the SIP and is ideal for those investors who aim to invest systematically and currently have investment funds.

Products of HDFC Mutual Fund

Hdfc MF schemes have divided into 5 categories which are provided below.

Hdfc Wealth Creation Schemes

  • Hdfc Equity Fund
  • Hdfc Capital Builder Value Fund
  • Hdfc Top 100 Fund
  • Hdfc Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund
  • Hdfc Small Cap Fund
  • Hdfc Growth Opportunities Fund
  • Hdfc Focused 30 Fund
  • Hdfc Infrastructure Fund
  • Hdfc Balanced Advantage Fund
  • HDFC Hybrid Equity Fund
  • Hdfc Multi-Asset Fund
  • Hdfc Nifty 50 ETF
  • Hdfc Index Fund - Nifty 50 Plan
  • Hdfc Sensex ETF
  • Hdfc Index Fund - Sensex Plan

Hdfc Regular Income Schemes

  • Hdfc Equity Savings Fund
  • HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund
  • Hdfc Arbitrage Fund
  • HDFC Corporate Bond Fund
  • Hdfc Credit Risk Debt Fund
  • Hdfc Banking and PSU Debt Fund
  • Hdfc Gilt Fund
  • HDFC Dynamic Debt Fund
  • Hdfc Income Fund
  • Hdfc Medium Term Debt Fund
  • Hdfc Short Term Debt Fund
  • Hdfc Low Duration Fund
  • Hdfc Money Market Fund
  • Hdfc Floating Rate Debt Fund
  • Hdfc Ultra Short Term Fund
  • Hdfc Liquid Fund
  • Hdfc Overnight Fund

Hdfc Tax Saving Scheme

  • Hdfc Taxsaver

Hdfc Children's Future Scheme

  • Hdfc Children’s Gift Fund

Hdfc Retirement Planning Scheme

  • Hdfc Retirement Savings Fund - Equity Plan
  • Hdfc Retirement Savings Fund - Hybrid Equity Plan
  • Hdfc Retirement Savings Fund - Hybrid Debt Plan

HDFC Equity Fund

Type of Fund- An open ended equity scheme investing across large cap, mid cap & small cap stocks
Fund Category- Multi Cap Fund
Investment Objective- To generate capital appreciation / income from a portfolio, predominantly invested in equity & equity related instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- January 1, 1995
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 500 (Total Returns Index)
  • Exit Load- 1%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Prashant Jain

HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended equity scheme following a value investment strategy

Fund Category- Value Fund

Scheme Objective- To achieve capital appreciation/income in the long term by primarily investing in undervalued stocks.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- February 1, 1994 
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 500 (Total Returns Index)
  • Exit Load- 1%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Miten Lathia

HDFC Top 100 Fund 

Type of Fund- An open ended equity scheme predominantly investing in large cap stocks

Category of the scheme- Large Cap Fund

Investment Objective- To provide long-term capital appreciation/income by investing predominantly in Large-Cap companies.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- October 11, 1996
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 100 (Total Returns Index)
  • Exit Load- 1%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Prashant Jain 

HDFC Mid Cap Opportunities Fund

Type of Fund- An open ended scheme predominantly investing in mid cap stocks

Category of the scheme- Mid Cap Fund

Investment Objective- To generate long-term capital appreciation/income by investing predominantly in Mid-Cap companies

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- June 25, 2007
  • Benchmark- NIFTY Midcap 100 (Total Returns Index) 
  • Exit Load- 1%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Chirag Setalvad

HDFC Small Cap Fund 

Type of Fund- An open ended equity scheme predominantly investing in small-cap funds.

Category of the scheme- Smal Cap Fund

Investment Objective- To generate long-term capital appreciation /income by investing predominantly in Small-Cap companies

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- April 3, 2008
  • Benchmark- NIFTY Smallcap 100 (Total Returns Index
  • Exit Load- 1%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Chirag Setalvad

HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund 

Type of Fund- An open-ended equity scheme investing in both large-cap and mid-cap stocks. 

Category of the scheme- Large and Midcap fund 

Investment Objective- To provide long term capital appreciation/income from a portfolio, predominantly invested in equity and equity-related instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- February 18, 1994
  • Benchmark- NIFTY Large Midcap 250
  • Exit Load- 1%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Vinay Kulkarni 

HDFC Focused 30 Fund

Type of Fund- An open ended equity scheme investing in maximum 30 stocks in large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap category 

Category of the scheme- Focused Fund 

Investment Objective- To generate long term capital appreciation/income by investing in equity & equity related instruments of up to 30 companies.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- September 17, 2004 
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 500 (Total Returns Index)
  • Exit Load- 1%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Vinay Kulkarni 

HDFC Infrastructure Fund 

Type of Fund- An open ended equity scheme following infrastructure theme

Category- Thematic Fund

Investment Objective- To seek long-term capital appreciation/income by investing predominantly in equity and equity related securities of companies engaged in or expected to benefit from the growth and development of infrastructure.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- March 10, 2008
  • Benchmark- : NIFTY 500 (Total Returns Index)
  • Exit Load- 1%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- High
  • Fund Manager- Prashant Jain and Rakesh Vyas

HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund

Type of Fund- An open ended balanced advantage fund

Category- Balanced Advantage Fund

Investment Objective- To generate long term capital appreciation/income from a dynamic mix of equity and debt investments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- February 01, 1994
  • Benchmark: NIFTY 50 Hybrid Composite Debt 65:35 Index
  • Exit Load- 1%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Prashant Jain

Hdfc Hybrid Equity Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended hybrid scheme investing predominantly in equity and equity related instruments

Category- Aggressive Hybrid Fund

Scheme Objective- The primary goal of the scheme is to provide capital appreciation / income from a portfolio, predominantly of equity & equity related instruments. The Scheme will also invest in debt and money market instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- September 11, 2000
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 50 Hybrid Composite Debt 65:35 Index
  • Additional Benchmark Index- NIFTY 50 (Total Returns Index)
  • Exit Load- 1% if redeemed within 1 year
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Application Amount- Rs 5000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Chirag Setalvad

Hdfc Multi Asset Fund

Type of Scheme- It is an open-ended scheme investing in equity and equity-related instruments, debt & money market instruments and gold

Category- Multi Asset Allocation Fund

Scheme Objective- The primary goal of the scheme is to provide long term capital appreciation/income by investing in a diversified portfolio of equity & equity related instruments, debt & money market instruments and Gold.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- August 17, 2005
  • Benchmark- 90% NIFTY 50 Hybrid Composite Debt 65:35 Index + 10% Domestic Price of Gold
  • Additional Benchmark Index- NIFTY 50 (Total Returns Index)
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Exit Load- 1% if redeemed within 1 year
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Fund Manager- Chirag Setalvad, Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga

HDFC NIFTY 50 ETF

Type of Scheme- An open ended scheme replicating / tracking NIFTY 50 index

Category of Scheme- Exchange Traded Fund

Scheme Objective- To generate returns that are commensurate with the performance of the NIFTY 50 Index

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- December 09, 2015
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 50 (Total Returns Index)
  • Additional Benchmark Index- S&P BSE SENSEX (Total Returns Index)
  • Entry Load- Nil
  • Exit Load- NA
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Krishan Kumar Daga

HDFC Index Fund - NIFTY 50 Plan

Type of Scheme- An open ended scheme replicating / tracking NIFTY 50 index

Category- Index Fund

Scheme Objective- To provide returns that are commensurate with the performance of the NIFTY 50 Index

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- July 17, 2002
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 50 (Total Returns Index)
  • Exit Load- 0.25% if redeemed / switched-out within 3 days from the date of allotment.
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Krishan Kumar Daga

Hdfc Sensex ETF

Type of Scheme- An open ended scheme replicating / tracking S&P BSE SENSEX index

Category- Exchange Traded Fund

Scheme Objective- To provide returns that are commensurate with the performance of the S&P BSE SENSEX Index, subject to tracking errors.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- December 09, 2015
  • Benchmark- S&P BSE SENSEX
  • Additional Benchmark Index- NIFTY 50
  • Exit Load- NA
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Krishan Kumar Daga (since December 09, 2015), Total Experience: Over 22 years

Hdfc Index Fund-SENSEX Plan

Type of Scheme- An open ended scheme replicating / tracking S&P BSE SENSEX index

Category- Index Fund

Scheme Objective- To provide returns that are commensurate with the performance of the S&P BSE SENSEX Index

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- July 17, 2002
  • Benchmark Index- S&P BSE Sensex
  • Additional Benchmark Index- NIFTY 50
  • Exit Load- 0.25% is payable if Units are redeemed / switched-out within 3 days from the date of allotment.
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth
  • Minimum Application Amount- Rs 5000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Find Manager- Krishan Kumar Daga (since October 19, 2015), Total Experience: Over 22 years

HDFC Equity Savings Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended scheme investing in equity, arbitrage and debt

Category- Equity Savings Fund

Scheme Objective- To generate capital appreciation by investing in equity & equity related instruments, Arbitrage opportunities, and Debt & money market instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- September 17, 2004
  • Benchmark- 40% NIFTY 50 Arbitrage Index, 30% Crisil Short Term Bond Fund Index and 30% NIFTY 50
  • Entry Load- NA
  • Exit Load- 1.00% if units are redeemed/switched out within 1 year from the date of allotment
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Application Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Lock-in Period- Nil
  • Investment Period- 18 to 24 months
  • Fund Manager- Vinay Kulkarni, Krishan Kumar Daga and Anil Bamboli

HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended hybrid scheme investing predominantly in debt instruments

Category- Conservative Hybrid Fund

Scheme Objective- To provide income/capital appreciation by investing primarily in debt securities, money market instruments and moderate exposure to equities.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- December 26, 2003
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 50 Hybrid Composite Debt 15:85 Index
  • Entry Load- NA
  • Exit Load- 1.00% if units are redeemed/switched out within 1 year from the date of allotment
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Application Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Lock-in Period- Nil
  • Investment Period- 18 to 24 months
  • Fund Manager- Prashant Jain and Shobhit Mehrotra

HDFC Arbitrage Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended scheme investing in arbitrage opportunities

Category- Arbitrage Fund

Scheme Objective- To seek income through arbitrage opportunities and debt & money market instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- October 23, 2007
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 50 Arbitrage Index
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Exit Load- 0.25% if units are redeemed/switched out within 1 month from the date of allotment
  • Purchase/Additional Purchase: Rs 1 lakh and any amount thereafter.
  • Risk- Moderately Low
  • Fund Manager- Krishan Kumar Daga

HDFC Corporate Bond Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended debt scheme predominantly investing in AA+ and above rated corporate bonds

Category- Corporate Bond Fund

Investment Objective- To provide income/capital appreciation through investments predominantly in AA+ and above rated corporate bonds.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- June 29, 2010
  • Benchmark- Nifty Corporate Bond Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Anupam Joshi (since October 27, 2015)

HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended debt scheme predominantly investing in AA and below rated corporate bonds (excluding AA+ rated corporate bonds)

Category- Credit Risk Fund

Investment Objective- To provide income/capital appreciation by investing predominantly in AA and below rated corporate debt

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- March 25, 2014
  • Benchmark- Nifty Credit Risk Bond Index
  • Exit Load- 1.00% if redeemed / switched-out within 12 months from the date of allotment
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Shobhit Mehrotra (since March 25, 2014)

HDFC Banking and PSU Debt Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended debt scheme predominantly investing in debt instruments of banks, public sector undertakings, public financial institutions and municipal bonds

Scheme Category- Banking and PSU Fund

Investment Objective- To provide income/capital appreciation through investments in debt and money market instruments consisting predominantly of securities issued by entities such as Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs), Public Sector undertakings (PSUs), Public Financial Institutions (PFIs), Municipal Corporations and such other bodies.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- March 26, 2014
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Anil Bamboli (since March 26, 14)

HDFC Gilt Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended debt scheme investing in government securities across maturities

Category- Gilt Fund

Investment Objective- To provide credit risk-free returns through investments in sovereign securities issued by the Central Government or State Government.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- July 25, 2001
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Dynamic Gilt Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Anil Bamboli (since September 1, 07), Total Experience: Over 23 years

HDFC Dynamic Debt Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended dynamic debt scheme investing across duration

Category- Dynamic Bond Fund

Investment Objective- To provide income/capital appreciation by investing in a range of debt and money market instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 28th April 1997
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
  • Exit Load- 0.50%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Anil Bamboli (since February 16, 04)

HDFC Income Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended medium term debt scheme investing in instruments such that the Macaulay Duration of the Portfolio is between 4 years and 7 years

Category- Medium to Long Duration Fund

Investment Objective- To provide income / capital appreciation through investments in debt and money market instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- September 11, 2000
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
  • Exit Load- 0.25%
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Shobhit Mehrotra (since September 11, 07)

HDFC Medium Term Debt Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended medium term debt scheme investing in instruments such that the Macaulay Duration of the portfolio is between 3 years and 4 years.

Category- Medium Duration Fund

Investment Objective- To provide income/capital appreciation through investments in Debt and Money Market Instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- February 6, 2002
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Shobhit Mehrotra (since September 1, 07), Total Experience: Over 25 years

HDFC Short Term Debt Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended short term debt scheme investing in instruments such that the Macaulay Duration of the portfolio is between 1 year and 3 years

Category- Short Duration Fund

Investment Objective- To generate income / capital appreciation through investments in Debt and Money Market Instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- June 25, 2010
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately Low
  • Fund Manager- Anil Bamboli, Total Experience: Over 23 years

HDFC Low Duration Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended low duration debt scheme investing in instruments such that the Macaulay Duration of the portfolio is between 6 months and 12 months

Category- Low Duration Fund

Investment Objective- To provide regular income/capital appreciation through investment in debt securities and money market instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- November 18, 1999
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately Low
  • Fund Manager- Anupam Joshi (since October 27, 15), Total Experience: Over 12 years

HDFC Money Market Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended debt scheme investing in money market instruments

Category- Money Market Fund

Investment Objective- To provide income / capital appreciation by investing in money market instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- November 18, 1999
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately Low
  • Fund Manager- Anil Bamboli (since July 25, 12), Total Experience: Over 23 years

HDFC Floating Rate Debt Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended debt scheme predominantly investing in floating rate instruments (including fixed rate instruments converted to floating rate exposures using swaps / derivatives)

Investment Objective- To provide income/capital appreciation through investment in a portfolio comprising substantially of floating rate debt,fixed rate debt instruments swapped for floating rate returns and money market instruments.

Category- Floater Fund

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- October 23, 2007
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately Low
  • Fund Manager- Shobhit Mehrotra (since October 23, 2007), Total Experience: Over 25 years

HDFC Ultra Short Term Fund

Type of Fund- An open ended ultra-short term debt scheme investing in instruments such that the Macaulay Duration of the portfolio is between 3 months and 6 months

Category- Ultra Short Duration Fund

Investment Objective- To provide income/capital appreciation through investment in debt securities and money market instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- September 25, 2018
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Ultra Short Term Debt Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately Low
  • Fund Manager- Anil Bamboli (since September 25, 18), Total Experience: Over 23 years

HDFC Liquid Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended liquid scheme

Category- Liquid Scheme

Investment Objective- To provide income through a portfolio comprising money market and debt instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- October 17, 2000
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Low
  • Fund Manager- Anupam Joshi (since October 27, 15), Total Experience: Over 12 years

HDFC Overnight Fund

Type of Fund- An open ended debt scheme investing in overnight securities

Investment Objective- To provide returns by investing in debt and money market instruments with overnight maturity.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- February 06, 2002
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Overnight Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Low
  • Fund Manager- Anil Bamboli (since July 25, 12), Total Experience: Over 23 years

HDFC Taxsaver

Type of Scheme- An open ended equity linked savings scheme with a statutory lock-in of 3 years and tax benefit

Fund Category- Equity Linked Savings Scheme

Investment Objective- To provide capital appreciation/income from a portfolio, comprising predominantly of equity & equity related instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- March 31, 1996
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 500 (Total Returns Index)
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 500
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 500
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Vinay Kulkarni (since November 21, 2006), Total Experience: Over 29 years

HDFC Children's Gift Fund

Type of Fund- An open ended fund for investment for children having a lock-in for atleast years or till the child attains age of majority.
Fund Category- Children’s Fund
Investment Objective- To provide capital appreciation / income from a portfolio of equity & equity related instruments and debt and money market instruments.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- March 2, 2001
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 50 Hybrid Composite Debt 65:35 Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth and Dividend
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Chirag Setalvad (since April 2, 2007) Total Experience - Over 21 years

HDFC Retirement Savings Fund - Equity Plan

Type of Scheme- An open ended retirement solution oriented scheme having a lock-in of 5 years or till retirement period
Fund Category- Retirement Fund
Investment Objective- To generate longterm capital appreciation/income by investing in a mix of equity and debt instruments to help investors meet their retirement goals

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- February 25, 2016
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 500 (Total Returns Index)
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth 
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Chirag Setalvad and Shobhit Mehrotra

HDFC Retirement Savings Fund - Hybrid Equity Plan

Type of Scheme- An open ended retirement solution oriented scheme having a lock-in of 5 years or till retirement age
Category- Retirement Fund
Investment Objective- To generate longterm capital appreciation/income by investing in a mix of equity and debt instruments to help investors meet their retirement goals.

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- February 25, 2016
  • Benchmark- NIFTY 50 Hybrid Composite Debt 65:35 Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Chirag Setalvad and Shobhit Mehrotra

HDFC Retirement Savings Fund - Hybrid Debt Plan

Type of Fund- An open ended retirement solution oriented scheme having a lock-in of 5 years or till retirement age (whichever is earlier)

Category- Retirement Fund 

Investment Objective- To generate longterm capital appreciation/income by investing in a mix of equity and debt instruments to help investors meet their retirement goals

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- February 26, 2016 
  • Benchmark: NIFTY 50 Hybrid Composite Debt 15:85 Index
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans- Regular and Direct
  • Options- Growth 
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Chirag Setalvad and Shobhit Mehrotra

 

 

 

 

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