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Reliance Mutual fund

Reliance Mutual Fund is among the reputed mutual funds in India. It has some top-notch schemes under its portfolio and some of its funds are rated very highly. The Fund has a very strong pedigree and over the years has also been known to provide a powerful network. Along with that also has come returns that have beaten benchmark indices for many years now. Reliance mutual funds founded in 1882 under the Indian Trust Act (ITA) in association with Reliance Capital Limited as a sponsor.

More About Reliance MF

Reliance Mutual Fund is registered with SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) on June 30th 1995.

Reliance mutual fund is a part of Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group or Reliance group which is one of the top-most and most successful conglomerate company of India. This mutual fund offers a variety of mutual fund products in order to touch the requirements of every person. Top key features of Reliance mutual funds are its decent distribution network, developing trends and expertise of the individuals. Reliance mutual funds have a wide network in 160 cities across India with its ingenious products and 24*7 customer services which is the foremost reason for continuously improving investors. Besides of its uniqueness and innovative features Reliance, Mutual funds provide more than 600 schemes and more than 800 schemes options to choose as per the investor's requirement. As per 2018-19 Reliance mutual funds has become one of the best performing organization in India.

The trust was formed vacuously, as duly registered under the Indian Registration Act of 1908 on April 25, 1995. A modified and Restated trust deed was executed on March 15, 2011, to consolidate all amendments to the original trust deed. The private company and administrators of the Goldman Sachs Mutual Fund respectively signed an agreement with Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Limited and Reliance Capital Trustee Co. In accordance with the above Reliance, TC took over the management of GSAM TC schemes on November 5, 2016. Reliance AMC assumed over the management rights of GSAM AMC schemes and became investment manager of GSFM schemes.

Sponsor and Co-Sponsor

Reliance Capital Limited(RCL) has concluded the Reliance Mutual Fund(RMF) as a trust. Since its inception, RCL has also funded RMF. After March 2016, the Nippon Life Insurance Company has been co-sponsored by RMF. RCL has investments in asset management and mutual funds, life and general insurance, corporate and home finance, share trading, wealth management facilities, financial products delivery, asset reconstruction and other financial services.

The Trustee

Reliance Capital Trustee Co. Limited is a public limited company established under the Companies Act 1956, 1 March 1995, with its registered office at Reliance Tower, 7th Floor South Wing Off Western Express Highway, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 055. RCTC is a subsidiary of RCL's. RCTC has been named as the Vide Trust Deed Trustee of RMF dated April 25, 1995, and the trust deed has been revised from time to time. As trustee of RMF achieves its duties and responsibilities in terms of the relevant SEBI regulations and more precisely in the Trust Deed.

The Asset Management Company

Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Limited is an unlisted Public Limited Company established under the Companies Act, 1956 on February 24, 1995, having its registered office at Reliance Centre, 7th Floor South Wing, Off Western Express Highway, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 055. RNAM has been appointed as the Asset Manager of Reliance Mutual Fund by the Trustee i.e. RCTC, vide Investment Management Agreement (IMA) dated May 12, 1995. The IMA has been executed between RCTC and RNAM and has since been amended on August 12, 1997, on January 20, 2004, and then on February 17, 2011.

RCL currently holds 46.57% and NLI retains 49% of its combined issued and paid-up equity capital. Other investors retain the remainder between their released or paid-up equity capital.

Reliance Equity Mutual Funds

Reliance Equity Funds are a rare type of mutual funds, index fund or exchange traded fund, that enable the investors to invest in common stocks and equities, rather than securities.

Below are the Reliance Equity Schemes

  • Nippon India Large Cap Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Large Cap Fund)
  • Nippon India Vision Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Vision Fund)
  • Nippon India Quant Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Quant Fund)
  • Nippon India Balanced Advantage Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Balanced Advantage Fund)
  • Nippon India Index Fund - Nifty Plan (Formerly Known as Reliance Index Fund - Nifty Plan)
  • Nippon India Index Fund - Sensex Plan (Formerly Known as Reliance Index Fund - Sensex Plan)
  • Nippon India Growth Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Growth Fund)
  • Nippon India Focused Equity Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Focused Equity Fund)
  • Nippon India Small Cap Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Small Cap Fund)
  • Nippon India Value Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Value Fund)
  • Nippon India Multi-Cap Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Multi Cap Fund)
  • Nippon India Equity Hybrid Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Equity Hybrid Fund)
  • Nippon India Equity Savings Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Equity Savings Fund)
  • Nippon India Banking Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Banking Fund)
  • Nippon India Power & Infra Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Power & Infra Fund)
  • Nippon India Consumption Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Consumption Fund)
  • Nippon India Pharma Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Pharma Fund)
  • Nippon India Tax Saver (ELSS) Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Tax Saver (ELSS) Fund)
  • Nippon India Arbitrage Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Arbitrage Fund)
  • Nippon India Japan Equity Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Japan Equity Fund)
  • Nippon India US Equity Opportunities Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance US Equity Opportunities Fund)

Reliance Fixed Income Fund

Investments of fixed income usually pay a return on a fixed basis but the payments may vary. Individual bonds are perhaps the most recognized type of security, but the category also includes bond funds, ETFs, CDs and money market funds. Below are the Fixed Income Schemes provided Reliance Mutual Fund.

  • Nippon India Overnight Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Overnight Fund)
  • Nippon India Liquid Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Liquid Fund)
  • Nippon India Money Market Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Money Market Fund)
  • Nippon India Ultra Short Duration Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Ultra Short Duration Fund)
  • Nippon India Low Duration Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Low Duration Fund)
  • Nippon India Prime Debt Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Prime Debt Fund)
  • Nippon India Banking & PSU Debt Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Banking & PSU Debt Fund)
  • Nippon India Floating Rate Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Floating Rate Fund)
  • Nippon India Short Term Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Short Term Fund)
  • Nippon India Nivesh Lakshya Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Nivesh Lakshya Fund)
  • Nippon India Credit Risk Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Credit Risk Fund)
  • Nippon India Strategic Debt Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Strategic Debt Fund)
  • Nippon India Income Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Income Fund)
  • Nippon India Dynamic Bond Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Dynamic Bond Fund)
  • Nippon India Gilt Securities Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Gilt Securities Fund)
  • Nippon India Hybrid Bond Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Hybrid Bond Fund)

Reliance ETF Schemes 

Exchange-Traded Funds are securities that closely represent index funds, but this funds can be bought and sold on a day to day basis just like common stocks. These investment products enable investors to purchase a wide range of securities in a single transaction in a convenient way. Basically ETFs provides the convenience of stock together with a mutual fund diversification. An Exchange Traded Fund is a form of investment which includes a set of securities such as stocks, commodities or bonds which often follow an underlying index, although they may participate in a range of industry sectors or use different strategies. ETFs are identical to mutual funds but like ordinary stock, they are listed on exchanges and trade ETF shares throughout the day. ETF is a stock portfolio representing an index structure such as S&P CNX Nifty or BSE Sensex. The value of the ETFs is focused on the net asset value of the underlying securities.

Below listed are the Reliance ETF Schemes 

 

  • Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Nifty BeES)
  • Nippon India ETF Sensex (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Sensex)
  • Nippon India ETF NV20 (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF NV20)
  • Nippon India ETF Junior BeES (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Junior BeES)
  • Nippon India ETF Nifty 100 (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Nifty 100)
  • Nippon India ETF Consumption (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Consumption)
  • Nippon India ETF Dividend Opportunities (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Dividend Opportunities)
  • Nippon India ETF Infra BeES (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Infra BeES)
  • Nippon India ETF Bank BeES (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Bank BeES)
  • Nippon India ETF PSU Bank BeES (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF PSU Bank BeES)
  • Nippon India ETF Shariah BeES (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Shariah BeES)
  • Nippon India ETF Nifty Midcap 150 (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Nifty Midcap 150)
  • Nippon India ETF Hang Seng BeES (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Hang Seng BeES)
  • Nippon India ETF Sensex Next 50 (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Sensex Next 50)
  • CPSE ETF
  • Nippon India ETF Liquid BeES (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Liquid BeES)
  • Nippon India ETF Long Term Gilt (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Long Term Gilt)
  • Nippon India ETF Gold BeES (Formerly Known as Reliance ETF Gold BeES)

Reliance FoF Schemes 

A fund of fund is a mutual fund scheme that invests in other mutual fund schemes. In this, the manager maintains a portfolio of other mutual funds rather than investing primarily in equities and bonds. Below are FoF schemes that are provided by Reliance Mutual Fund.

  • Nippon India Gold Savings Fund (Formerly Known as Reliance Gold Savings Fund)
  • Nippon India Junior BeES FOF (Formerly Known as Reliance Junior BeES FOF)

Reliance Retirement Schemes

Initially, these schemes were implemented to allow employees to enhance their pension savings if they exceeded the limit on their existing scheme. Below are the retirement schemes provided by Reliance Mutual Fund.

  • Wealth Creation Scheme (Formerly Known as Reliance Retirement Fund - Wealth Creation Scheme)
  • Income Generation Scheme (Formerly Known as Reliance Retirement Fund - Income Generation Scheme)

Reliance Junior BeES FoF

Reliance Junior BeES FoF is an equity scheme offered by Reliance Mutual Fund that is managed through its Assets Management Company. This scheme is worthy to those investors who are seeking to get high returns in long term capital appreciation and also who want to get returns which is proportionate to the performance of ETF Junior BeES by investing in ETF Junior BeES units. The trustees have confirmed that Reliance Junior BeES FoF is a new scheme launched by Reliance Mutual Fund and there is no minor change will occur in current scheme/fund /product. It is a broadly diversified exchange-traded fund that will invest primarily in Reliance ETF 13 Junior BeES units registered by SEBI. Investments in Reliance ETF Junior BeES units may be done either directly by market via stock exchange route or Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Company in-creation unit size. In addition to the stock exchange route, the provision to purchase directly from RNAM in unit size would provide Reliance Junior BeES FoF with an additional source for purchasing the units. The scheme uses a passive investment strategy to monitor the Nifty Next 50 Index's results. By investing in securities that constitute the Nifty Next 50 Index in the same proportion as the index, the scheme seeks to achieve this goal.

Liquidity

The scheme will give on an ongoing basis on every Working Day for Sale/Switch-in and Redemption/Switch-out of units. Pursuant to the SEBI Regulations, the mutual fund shall send the proceeds of redemption within 10 working days of receipt of a legitimate application for redemption. Penal interest of 15% per year or such other amount as may be imposed by SEBI from time to time shall be paid in case that the proceeds of redemption are not sent within 10 working days from the date of receipt of the legitimate application for redemption. Although under normal conditions, the mutual fund must attempt to deliver a cheque redemption within 3-4 working days of receipt of a legitimate application for redemption.

Plans and Option

The scheme offers plans under Direct and Regular Plan

Growth Plan- Growth option

Dividend Plan- Dividend payout option, Dividend reinvestment option

Note- Direct Plan primarily refers to investors who want to buy units directly from the fund in a scheme.

Transaction Charges

For the new investor a transaction charge of Rs 150/- shall be levied for per purchase/subscription of Rs 10,000 and above.

For the existing investor a transaction charge of Rs 100/- shall be levied for per purchase/subscription of Rs 10,000 and above.

Flexibility

Unitholders will have the flexibility to change their investment allocation among the schemes offered by the mutual fund to satisfy their changing investment needs by swapping easily between Mutual fund scheme/plan and options.

Requirement of Investors

This scheme/plan requires a minimum 20 investors and no individual investor shall account more than 25% of the scheme/plan corpus. But if such limitation is exceeded during the NFO of the scheme the fund shall attempt to insure that, within a span of 3 months or at the end of the next financial year, the NFO of the scheme is closed.
Special Consideration

In contrast to the cost of other schemes in which the Fund of Fund scheme allows investments, the investors under the scheme must pay the scheme's recurring expenses.

Where will the scheme Invest

It invests in units of Reliance ETF Junior BeES registered with SEBI and will only invest in transferable securities in the amount of money collected under that scheme.

Investment Strategies

In order to achieve the investment goal, the scheme will mainly invest in Reliance ETF Junior BeES units registered with SEBI. In addition Reliance, Junior BeES FoF may also buy/sell units from the underlying scheme in the Creation Unit Size through cash. Investments in Reliance Junior BeES units could be made either directly via Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Ltd in the size of the creation unit or via the stock exchange route through the secondary market. The facility to purchase units of unit size directly through RNAM would provide Reliance Junior BeES FoF with an additional source to purchase units in addition to the stock exchange path.

How the scheme Benchmark its Performance

Considering that the investment in the scheme is made in Reliance ETF Junior BeES units with the goal of achieving the return associated with the performance of Reliance ETF Junior BeES, the scheme is proposing to have Nifty Next 50 Index as a benchmark.

Dividend Policy

The net assets attributable to the unitholders in the respective plan/option will be reduced by a sum equal to the result of the number of units entitled for the dividend and the gross amount of dividend per unit declared on the record date when dividends are paid in respect of the scheme. The NAV of the unitholders under the growth option would remain unchanged by the payment of dividends.

Allotment

Those applicants whose subscription proceeds are noticed would receive full and firm assignments of the units, as long as their requests remain acceptable in all other aspects. RNAM reserves the right to deny any application.

Refund

If any request for subscription/switch is refused, the full amount will be reimbursed within 5 business days of closure of the NFO. No interest will be paid on any refunded subscription money within 5 business days of NFO's closure. Interest would be 15% p.a if refunded later than 5 business days. The applicant shall be paid for the lag time an bear the responsibility of the AMC for the term from the day after the expiry of 5 business days until the actual date of the reimbursement.

Eligibility Applicants

  • Residential single or jointly applicants
  • Minors through parents
  • HUF through its Karta
  • Partnership Firms
  • Banks and Financial institutions
  • NRI's
  • Foreign Investors
  • Army, air force, navy, para-military funds and other eligible institutions.
  • Scientific and industrial research organizations.

Where to submit filled applications?

The applicant has to submit the duly signed application form along with the payment particulars at any of the Designated Investor Service Centres. ASBA applications are to be submitted at any designated branch of Self Certified Syndicate Bank. 

Features of Reliance ETF Junior BeES

 Minimum application amount- Rs 5000 and in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter.

Minimum Redemption amount- Rs 100

Fund size- Monthly Average- 1,189.05 Cr

Month End- 1,237.65 Cr

NAV as on Sept 30 2019- Rs 28,49,932

Portfolio turnover- 0.62

Creation unit size- 10,000 units

Pricing per unit- 1/100th of Index

Total expense ratio- 0.15

Entry Load and Exit Load – NIL

New fund offer period- NFO opens on: February 18, 2019

NFO closes on February 28, 2019

Scheme re-opens for continuous sale & repurchase on March 15, 2019

(This is the period during which a new scheme sells its units to the investors)

New fund price- The NFO price will be Rs. 10/- per unit

Minimum Target Amount- Rs 10 crore.

Minimum Additional Application Amount- Rs.1,000/- & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter

Top Portfolio with % of Assets as on September 30, 2019

Ashok Leyland Limited- 1.36

Motherson Sumi Systems Limited- 1.73

Bosch Limited- 1.65

Bank of Baroda- 1.52

Bandhan Bank Limited- 1.05

Shree Cement Limited- 3.16

Ambuja Cements Limited- 2.06

ACC Limited- 1.87

Pidilite Industries Limited- 3.02

DLF Limited- 1.32

Havells India Limited- 2.47

Godrej Consumer Products Limited- 3.57

Dabur India Limited- 3.47

Marico Limited- 2.80

Colgate Palmolive (India) Limited- 2.75

United Spirits Limited- 2.73

United Breweries Limited- 2.05

Procter & Gamble Hygiene and Health Care Limited- 1.57

Berger Paints (I) Limited- 1.45

SBI Life Insurance Company Limited- 4.30

HDFC Life Insurance Company Limited- 4.16

ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Limited- 2.64

Bajaj Holdings & Investment Limited- 2.53

Shriram Transport Finance Company Limited- 2.47

ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Limited- 2.28

Power Finance Corporation Limited- 1.48

HDFC Asset Management Company Limited- 1.39

Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited- 1.17

Petronet LNG Limited- 2.68

Siemens Limited- 1.85

NMDC Limited- 1.04

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited- 3.09

Divi's Laboratories Limited- 2.91

Piramal Enterprises Limited- 2.36

Lupin Limited- 2.36

Aurobindo Pharma Limited- 2.28

Biocon Limited- 1.36

Avenue Supermarts Limited- 2.71

Oracle Financial Services Software Limited- 1.01

Page Industries Limited- 1.79

InterGlobe Aviation Limited- 2.50

Container Corporation of India Limited- 2.28

Who manages the scheme?

Mr.Vishal Jain 

Reliance ETF Nifty BeES

It is an Open-Ended Index Exchange Traded Scheme with a long-term capital appreciation. The goal of the scheme is to provide an investment return that corresponds closely to the total index of Nifty 50 index securities prior to the expense.

Liquidity

The scheme units may be purchased or sold as every other stock on the stock exchange on which this units are listed on all stock exchange trading days. Similarly authorized participants and large investors may directly purchase/sell units with the fund in the size of the creation unit.

Requirement of Investors in the scheme

Since the scheme is an exchange trading scheme, SEBI regulations and Circulars do not apply for minimum shareholder count or total holding of investors.

Asset Allocation

Securities covered with Nifty 50 Index Instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.

Money Market Instruments (with a maturity not exceeding 91 days), including Tri-Party Repo, cash & cash equivalents instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Where will the scheme Invest?

Equity and Equity related instruments

The Scheme would invest in Nifty 50 Index constituent securities. The investment constraints and limits are stated in Schedule VII of SEBI Regulations, which are listed under the heading ‘Investment Restrictions

Investments in Debt Instruments

The Scheme would invest in Money Market Instruments (with maturity not exceeding 91 days), including Tri-Party Repo etc. The investment limitations applicable to debt instruments, as set out in Schedule VII of SEBI Regulations, are listed under Investment Restrictions

Investments in Derivative Instruments

The scheme may use derivative instruments as part of the Fund Management cycle such as index futures and options, stock and option contracts, guarantees, convertible securities, swap agreements or all other derivatives that are may or may not be permitted for in future, under the regulations applicable and this investments shall be in accordance with the investment goal of the scheme.

Investment in Overseas Financial Assets

The scheme will not invest in international financial capitals because its index will be tracked in the investment philosophy. The index service provider must invest to such extent in international security, where an overseas security service provider has an overseas security index.

Lending of Securities

In compliance with the SEBI regulations and SEBI guidelines, the scheme can lend securities from its portfolio. The lending of securities shall allow the scheme to generate income which may partially compensate for its expenditures and thus decrease its capacity to provide investments return that generally equate to the price and yield output of its index.

Investment Philosophy

The scheme uses a passive investment approach to track the Nifty 50 Index's efficiency. The scheme aims to achieve this goal by investing Nifty 50 Index securities in the same proportion as the index.

Industry Allocation

  • Banks- 28.93%
  • Software- 13.86%
  • Petroleum Products- 11.23%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 11.21%
  • Finance- 10.35%
  • Auto- 5.53%
  • Construction Project- 3.86%
  • Power- 2.08%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 2.06%
  • Cement- 1.57%

Features of Reliance ETF Nifty BeES

Benchmark- Nifty 50 TRI

Fund size

Monthly Average- Rs 1,810.79 Cr

Month End- Rs 2,108.28 Cr

NAV as on September 30th 2019- Rs 1,213.6310

Volatility Measures

Standard Deviation- 3.68

Beta- 0.97

Sharpe Ratio- 0.14

Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 1.67

Tracking Error- 0.03

Creation Unit Size- 5000 Units

Pricing (per unit)- 1/10th of Index

Exchange Listed- NSE, BSE

NSE Symbol- NIFTYBEES

BSE Code- 590103

ISIN- INF732E01011

Bloomberg Code- NBEES IN Equity

Reuters Code- NBES.NS & NBES.BO

Total Expense Ratio- 0.05

Load structure

Entry Load- Nil

Exit Load- Nil

Top 10 Portfolio with % of total NAV

Maruti Suzuki India Limited- 1.89

HDFC Bank Limited- 11.25

Larsen & Toubro Limited- 3.86

Titan Company Limited- 1.13

ITC Limited- 4.74

Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited- 7.22

Reliance Industries Limited- 9.67

NTPC Limited- 1.08

Infosys Limited- 6.25

Bharti Airtel Limited- 1.48

Fund Manager

Vishal Jain

Reliance ETF Sensex

It is an open-ended Index Exchange Traded Fund that provides returns on investment relevant to the total returns of the securities as represented by the S&P BSE Sensex Index before expenses, subject to tracking errors. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme will be achieved.

Liquidity

All shareholders including Authorized Participants, Large shareholders and other investors may sell their units in the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) or any other stock exchange(s) on which these units are listed on all the trading days of the stock exchange. Alternatively Authorized Participant and Large Investors can directly buy /sell in blocks from the fund in ‘Creation Unit’ Size.

Asset Allocation

  • Securities constituting S&P BSE Sensex Index have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Money Market instruments including Tri-Party Repo (with a maturity not exceeding 91 days) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Where will the scheme Invest?

Equity and Equity related instruments

The Scheme would invest in stocks that comprise the S&P BSE Sensex Index in the same proportion (weightage) as in the Index and venture to track the total return variant of the benchmark index

Investment in money market instruments

In order to meet the liquidity criteria, the may also invest in money market instruments in compliance with the regulations

The fund may also participate in liquid funds of the Nippon India Mutual Fund of any other financial institution. Money Market Instruments include commercial papers, treasury bills, and Government securities having an unexpired maturity up to one year, call or notice money, certificate of deposit, Tri-Party Repos and any other like instruments as specified by the Reserve Bank of India from time to time

Investment Strategy

Nippon India ETF Sensex is a passively managed exchange-traded fund that is passively managed and uses investment to monitor the performance of S&P BSE Sensex Index. The plan seeks to achieve this goal by engaging in shares of the S&P BSE Sensex Index in the same proportion as the index. The Scheme will invest at least 95% of its total assets in the securities comprising the Underlying Index. It is also able to invest in financial market instruments in order to fulfil the liquidity and cost requirements. The fund is suitable for those investors those who are willing to engage in the growth story of India by investing passively in a well-diversified portfolio of leading companies as measured roughly by the S%P BSE Sensex Index.

Industry Allocation

  • Banks- 33.30%
  • Software- 14.53%
  • Petroleum Products- 11.17%
  • Finance- 11.12%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 11.00%
  • Auto- 6.55%
  • Construction Project- 4.32%
  • Power- 2.38%
  • Telecom Services- 1.71%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 1.13%

Features of Reliance ETF Sensex scheme

Risk- Moderately High

Date of allotment- September 24, 2014

Benchmark- S&P BSE Sensex TRI

Total Expense Ratio- 0.07

Fund size

Monthly Average- Rs 19.83 Cr

Month End- Rs 20.61 Cr

NAV as on October 31, 2019

Rs 428.1096

Volatility Measures

Standard Deviation- 3.70

Beta- 0.97

Sharpe Ratio- 0.20

Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.18

Tracking Error- 0.05

Creation Unit Size- 10,000 Units

Pricing (per unit)- 1/100th of Index

Exchange Listed- BSE

BSE Code- 538683

ISIN- INF204KA1UN7

Bloomberg Code- RSENSEX IN Equity

Reuters Code- RLSE.BO

Load Structure

Entry Load- Nil

Exit Load- Nil

Top Portfolio holding of the Company/Issuer with % of Assets as on October 31, 2019

Maruti Suzuki India Limited- 2.42

HDFC Bank Limited- 12.56

Larsen & Toubro Limited- 4.32

ITC Limited- 5.29

Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited- 8.83

Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited- 1.07

Reliance Industries Limited- 11.17

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Limited- 1.13

NTPC Limited- 1.25

Infosys Limited- 6.17

Bharti Airtel Limited- 1.71

Equity Less Than 1% of Corpus- 3.40

Cash and Other Receivables- 0.39

Fund Manager

Mehul Dama (Over 14 years of experience)

Fund Manager & Dealer - ETF (Managing the Scheme - Since Nov 2018)

Reliance ETF NV20

It is an Open-Ended Index Exchange Traded Fund which have a primary goal to provide investment returns closely corresponding to the total returns of the securities as represented by the Nifty 50 Value 20 Index before expenses, subject to tracking errors. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme will be achieved. Nippon India ETF NV20 is a passively exchange-traded fund that uses an investment strategy to track the performance of Nifty 50 Value 20 Index.

Asset Allocation

  • Securities constituting Nifty 50 Value 20 Index have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Money Market instruments including Tri-Party Repo (with a maturity not exceeding 91 days) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Industry Allocation

  • Software- 38.24%
  • Petroleum Products- 22.17%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 11.31%
  • Power- 7.28%
  • Auto- 5.63%
  • Ferrous Metals- 3.78%
  • Oil- 3.24%
  • Minerals/Mining- 2.70%
  • Non - Ferrous Metals- 1.97%
  • Gas- 1.85%

Features of Reliance ETF NV20

Date of Allotment- 18th June 2015

Benchmark- Nifty 50 Value 20 TRI

Risk- Moderately High

Total Expense Ratio- 0.16

Fund size

Monthly Average- Rs 31.42 Cr

Month End- Rs 32.28 Cr

NAV as on October 31, 2019

Rs 594.9895

Volatility Measures

Standard Deviation- 3.94

Beta- 0.97

Sharpe Ratio- 0.23

Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 1.85

Tracking Error- 0.11

Creation Unit Size- 3,000 Units

Pricing (per unit)- 1/10th of Index

Exchange Listed- NSE

NSE Symbol- RELNV20

ISIN- INF204KA17D8

Bloomberg Code- RELNV20 IN Equity

Reuters Code- RENV.NS

Load structure

Entry Load: Nil

Exit Load: Nil

Top Portfolio holding of the Company/Issuer with % of Assets as on October 31, 2019

  • Bajaj Auto Limited- 3.08
  • Yes Bank Limited- 1.07
  • Hindustan Unilever Limited- 11.31
  • Tata Steel Limited- 2.09
  • GAIL (India) Limited- 1.85
  • Coal India Limited- 2.70
  • Vedanta Limited- 1.97
  • Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited- 3.24
  • Reliance Industries Limited- 16.48
  • NTPC Limited- 3.88
  • Tata Consultancy Services Limited- 15.51
  • Cash and Other Receivables- 0.77

Fund Manager

Mehul Dama (Over 14 years of experience)

Fund Manager & Dealer - ETF (Managing the Scheme - Since Nov 2018)

 Reliance ETF Nifty 100

It is an Open-Ended Index Exchange Traded Fund. The primary goal of the scheme is to provide investment returns that, before expenses, closely correspond to the total returns of the securities as represented by the Nifty 100 Index, subject to tracking errors. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme will be achieved. The Scheme has a passive investment strategy designed to track the performance of Nifty 100 TRI.

Asset Allocation

  • Securities constituting Nifty 100 Index have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Money Market instruments including Tri-Party Repo (with maturity not exceeding 91 days) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Industry Allocation

  • Banks- 25.44%
  • Finance- 12.40%
  • Consumer Non-Durables- 12.34%
  • Software- 11.33%
  • Petroleum Products- 10.62%
  • Auto- 5.53%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 3.41%
  • Construction Project- 3.20%
  • Cement- 2.22%
  • Power- 1.85%

Load Structure

  • Entry Load- NIL
  • Exit Load- NIL

Volatility Measures

  • Standard Deviation- 3.74
  • Beta- 0.97
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.13
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.06
  • Tracking Error- 0.08
  • Creation Unit Size- 100,000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/100th of Index
  • Exchange Listed- NSE, BSE
  • NSE Symbol- RELCNX100
  • BSE Code- 537483
  • ISIN- INF204K014N5
  • Bloomberg Code- RCNX100 IN Equity
  • Reuters Code- RELF.NS & RELF.BO

Features of Reliance ETF Nifty 100

  • Date of Allotment- March 22, 2013
  • Benchmark- Nifty 100 TRI
  • Monthly Average- Rs 7.01 Cr
  • Month End as on 31st October 2019- Rs 7.27 Cr
  • NAV as on October 31, 2019- Rs 123.9696
  • Minimum Application Amount During NFO- Rs. 5,000 & in multiples of Re.1 thereafter
  • Minimum Redemption- The Mutual Fund will redeem units only in Creation Unit size, i.e., not less than 1,00,000 units and multiples thereafter.
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.97
  • Risk- Moderately High

Top Portfolio as on 31st October 2019 with % of Assets

  • Maruti Suzuki India Limited- 1.77
  • HDFC Bank Limited- 9.35
  • Larsen & Toubro Limited- 3.20
  • ITC Limited- 3.90
  • Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited- 6.46
  • Reliance Industries Limited- 8.81
  • Infosys Limited- 4.41
  • Bharti Airtel Limited- 1.25

Fund Manager

Mehul Dama (Over 14 years of experience)

Fund Manager & Dealer - ETF (Managing the Scheme - Since Nov 2018)

Reliance ETF Consumption Fund

It is an open-ended Index Exchange Traded Fund which has a primary goal to provide investment returns that, before expenses, closely correspond to the total returns of the securities as represented by the Nifty India Consumption Index, subject to tracking errors. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme will be achieved. The Scheme has a passive investment strategy designed to track the performance of Nifty India Consumption TRI.

Asset Allocation

  • Securities constituting Nifty India Consumption index have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Money Market instruments including Tri-Party Repo (with a maturity not exceeding 91 days) ) and liquid schemes of Mutual Fund have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Where will the scheme Invest?

The Scheme would invest in stocks comprising the Nifty India Consumption index in the same proportion (weightage) as in the Index and endeavour to track the total return variant of the benchmark index. The Scheme may also invest in money market instruments, in compliance with Regulations to meet liquidity requirements. The scheme may also invest in liquid schemes of Nippon India Mutual Fund or other schemes which has the objective to invest in money market instruments. Money Market Instruments include commercial papers, treasury bills, and Government securities having an unexpired maturity up to one year, call or notice money, certificate of deposit, Tri-Party Repos and any other like instruments as specified by the Reserve Bank of India from time to time.

Investment Strategy

Nippon India ETF Consumption is a passively managed exchange-traded fund which will have an investment strategy, designed to track the performance of Nifty India Consumption index. The Scheme seeks to achieve this goal by investing in securities constituting the Nifty India Consumption index in the same proportion as in the Index. The Scheme will invest at least 95% of its total assets in the securities comprising the Underlying Index. The Scheme may also invest in money market instruments to meet the liquidity and expense requirements.

Nippon India ETF Consumption is a passively managed exchange-traded fund which will have an investment strategy, designed to track the performance of Nifty India Consumption index. The Scheme seeks to achieve this goal by investing in securities constituting the Nifty India Consumption index in the same proportion as in the Index. The Scheme will invest at least 95% of its total assets in the securities comprising the Underlying Index. The Scheme may also invest in money market instruments to meet the liquidity and expense requirements.

Industry Allocation

  • Consumer Non Durables- 48.61%
  • Auto- 23.04%
  • Consumer Durables- 9.33%
  • Telecom Services- 6.66%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 2.42%
  • Retailing- 1.98%
  • Media & Entertainment- 1.50%
  • Textile Products- 1.39%
  • Transportation- 1.31%
  • Healthcare Services- 1.28%

Load Structure

Entry Load- Nil

Exit Load- Nil

Volatility Measures

  • Standard Deviation- 4.36
  • Beta- 0.97
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.13
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.20
  • Tracking Error- 0.11
  • Creation Unit Size- 60,000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/100th of Index
  • Exchange Listed- NSE
  • NSE Symbol- RELCONS
  • ISIN- INF204KA1LD7
  • Bloomberg Code- RCONSUM IN Equity
  • Reuters Code- RELC.NS

Features of Reliance ETF Consumption Fund

  • Date of Allotment- April 3, 2014
  • Benchmark- Nifty India Consumption TRI
  • Monthly Average- Rs 12.30 Cr
  • Month End as on 31st October 2019- Rs 12.75 Cr
  • NAV as on October 31, 2019- Rs 55.0716
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.13
  • Risk- High

Top Portfolio as on 31st October 2019 with % of Assets

  • Maruti Suzuki India Limited- 9.42
  • Titan Company Limited- 5.21
  • ITC Limited- 10.15
  • Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited- 1.28
  • The Indian Hotels Company Limited- 1.03
  • Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited- 1.50
  • Piramal Enterprises Limited- 1.66
  • Tata Power Company Limited- 1.01
  • Avenue Supermarts Limited- 1.98
  • Bharti Airtel Limited- 6.66
    Page Industries Limited- 1.39

Fund Manager

Mehul Dama (Over 14 years of experience)

Fund Manager & Dealer - ETF (Managing the Scheme - Since Nov 2018)

Reliance ETF Dividend Opportunities

It is an open-ended Index Exchange Traded Fund that has a passive investment strategy to track the performance of Nifty Dividend Opportunities 50 TRI. The Scheme achieves this goal by investing in securities constituting Nifty Dividend Opportunities 50 Index in same proportion as in the Index.

Asset Allocation

Securities constituting Nifty Dividend Opportunities 50 Index have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.

Money Market instruments including Tri-Party Repo (with a maturity not exceeding 91 days) and liquid schemes of Mutual Fund have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Industry Allocation

  • Software- 24.27%
  • Consumer Non-Durables- 22.58%
  • Petroleum Products- 9.71%
  • Power- 9.37%
  • Auto- 6.84%
  • Finance- 6.16%
  • Oil- 4.42%
  • Minerals/Mining- 4.13%
  • Non - Ferrous Metals- 3.22%
  • Gas- 2.32%

Fund Size

  • Monthly Average- Rs 1.95 Cr
  • Month End- Rs 2.01 Cr

Volatility Measures

  • Standard Deviation- 3.31
  • Beta- 0.96
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.12
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.22
  • Tracking Error- 0.17
  • Creation Unit Size- 75,000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/100th of Index

Load Structure

  • Entry Load- Nil
  • Exit Load- Nil

Features of Reliance ETF Dividend Opportunities

  • Date of Allotment- April 15, 2014
  • Benchmark- Nifty Dividend Opportunities 50 TRI
  • NAV as on October 31, 2019- Rs 30.3517
  • Exchange Listed- NSE
  • NSE Symbol- RELDIVOPP
  • ISIN- INF204KA1MS3
  • Bloomberg Code- RDIVOPP IN Equity
  • Reuters Code- RDOF.NS
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.16
  • Risk- High

Top Portfolio as on 31st October 2019 with % of Assets

  • Bajaj Auto Limited- 3.73
  • Hindustan Unilever Limited- 10.48
  • ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Limited- 1.62
  • Petronet LNG Limited- 1.90
  • Coal India Limited- 3.28
  • Vedanta Limited- 2.39
  • Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited- 3.94
  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited- 3.74
  • NTPC Limited- 4.71
  • Tata Consultancy Services Limited- 10.43
  • Bharti Infratel Limited- 1.43

Fund Manager

Mehul Dama (Over 14 years of experience)

Fund Manager & Dealer - ETF (Managing the Scheme - Since Nov 2018)

Reliance ETF Infra BeES

It is an Open-Ended Index Exchange Traded Scheme listed on the Exchange in the form of an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) tracking the Nifty Infrastructure Index. The scheme has a passive investment strategy, designed to track the performance of Nifty Infrastructure TRI. The scheme has a primary goal of investing in securities constituting the Nifty Infrastructure Index in the same proportion as in the Index.

Asset Allocation

  • Securities constituting Nifty Infrastructure Index have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Money Market instruments including Tri-Party Repo (with maturity not exceeding 91 days) and cash & cash equivalents have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Industry Allocation

  • Petroleum Products- 30.68%
  • Construction Project- 15.92%
  • Cement- 11.95%
  • Power- 9.69%
  • Telecom Services- 6.22%
  • Transportation- 5.36%
  • Gas- 5.30%
  • Oil- 3.90%
  • Auto- 3.72%
  • Auto Ancillaries- 1.99%

Nifty Infrastructure Index - Valuation Measures

  • Full market capitalization in Cr- 2,964,572.84
  • P/E- 21.13
  • P/B- 2.46
  • Dividend Yield- 1.78

Fund Size

  • Monthly Average- Rs 12.62 Cr
  • Month End as on 31st October 2019- Rs 13.02 Cr

Volatility Measures

  • Standard Deviation- 5.03
  • Beta- 0.97
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.03
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 3.37
  • Tracking Error- 0.26
  • Creation Unit Size- 5000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/10th of Index

Load Structure

  • Entry Load- Nil
  • Exit Load- Nil

Features of Reliance ETF Infra BeES

  • Date of Allotment- September 29, 2010
  • Benchmark- Nifty Infrastructure Index TRI
  • NAV as on October 31, 2019- Rs 342.8694
  • Exchange Listed- NSE
  • NSE Symbol- INFRABEES
  • ISIN- INF732E01268
  • Bloomberg Code- IBEES IN Equity
  • Reuters Code- IFRB.NS
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 1.14
  • Risk- High

Top 10 Portfolio as on 31st October 2019 with % of Assets

  • Reliance Industries Limited- 21.72
  • Larsen & Toubro Limited- 15.92
  • Bharti Airtel Limited- 6.22
  • NTPC Limited- 4.66
  • Power Grid Corporation of India Limited- 4.09
  • Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited- 3.90
  • UltraTech Cement Limited- 3.78
  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited- 3.70
  • Indian Oil Corporation Limited- 3.14
  • Eicher Motors Limited- 2.75

Fund Manager

Mehul Dama (Over 14 years of experience)

Fund Manager & Dealer - ETF (Managing the Scheme - Since Nov 2018)

Reliance ETF Bank BeES

It is an Open-Ended Index Exchange Traded Scheme listed on the Exchange in the form of an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) tracking the Nifty Bank Index. The primary goal of the scheme is to provide returns that, before expenses, closely correspond to the total returns of the Securities as represented by the Nifty Bank Index.

Asset Allocation

  • Securities constituting Nifty Bank Index have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Money Market instruments including Tri-Party Repo (with a maturity not exceeding 91 days) and cash & cash equivalents have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Investment Strategy

The Scheme shall invest all of its funds as per its investment objective and asset allocation pattern, except to meet its liquidity requirements. The Scheme will invest at least 95% of its total assets in the stocks of the underlying index. Due to corporate action in companies comprising the index, the Scheme may be allocated/allotted Securities which are not part of its underlying index.

Nifty Bank - Valuation Measures

  • Full market capitalisation (Rs Cr)- 1,987,022.73
  • P/E- 40.41
  • P/B- 3.15
  • Dividend Yield- 0.32

Fund Size

  • Monthly Average- Rs 6,635.31 Cr
  • Month End as on 31st October 2019- Rs 6,880.75 Cr

Volatility Measures

  • Standard Deviation- 5.16
  • Beta- 0.97
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.18
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.51
  • Tracking Error- 0.03
  • Creation Unit Size- 1000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/10th of Index
  • Exchange Listed- NSE, BSE
  • NSE Symbol- BANKBEES
  • BSE Code- 590106
  • ISIN- INF732E01078
  • Bloomberg Code- BBEES IN Equity
  • Reuters Code- BBES.NS & BBES.BO

Load Structure

  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil

Features of Reliance ETF Bank BeES

  • Date of Allocation- May 27, 2004
  • Benchmark- Nifty Bank TRI
  • NAV as on October 31, 2019- Rs 3,069.3068
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.19
  • Risk- high

Top 10 Portfolio with % of Assets (as on 31st October 2019)

  • HDFC Bank Limited- 29.49
  • ICICI Bank Limited- 18.86
  • Axis Bank Limited- 14.48
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited- 13.28
  • State Bank of India- 10.59
  • IndusInd Bank Limited- 6.99
  • The Federal Bank Limited- 1.47
  • Yes Bank Limited- 1.30
  • RBL Bank Limited- 1.14
  • Bank of Baroda- 1.02

Fund Manager

Vishal Jain

ETF Head & Fund Manager (Managing the Scheme since November 06, 2018)

Reliance ETF PSU Bank BeES

It is an open-ended index scheme, listed on the Exchange in the form of an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) tracking the Nifty PSU Bank Index. The scheme has a passive investment strategy to track the performance of Nifty PSU Bank TRI. The scheme has a primary goal to invest in securities constituting the Nifty PSU Bank Index in the same proportion as in the Index.

Asset Allocation

  • Securities constituting Nifty PSU Bank Index have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Money Market instruments including Tri-Party Repo (with a maturity not exceeding 91 days) and cash & cash equivalents have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Nifty PSU Bank - Valuation Measures

  • Full market capitalisation (in Cr)- 438,490.21
  • P/B- 0.73
  • Dividend Yield- 0.04

Fund Size

  • Monthly Average: Rs 87.56 Cr
  • Month End: Rs 96.77 Cr

Volatility Measures

  • Standard Deviation- 9.64
  • Beta- 0.97
  • Sharpe Ratio- (-0.07)

Portfolio Characteristics

  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 1.88
  • Tracking Error- 0.10
  • Creation Unit Size- 5000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/10th of Index
  • Exchange Listed- NSE, BSE
  • NSE Symbol- PSUBNKBEES
  • BSE Code- 590108
  • ISIN- INF732E01110
  • Bloomberg Code- PSUBBE IN Equity
  • Reuters Code- PSUB.NS & PSUB.BO

Load Structure

  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil

Features of Reliance ETF PSU Bank BeES

  • Date of Allocation- October 25, 2007
  • Benchmark- Nifty PSU Bank TRI
  • NAV as on October 31, 2019- Rs 275.8775
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.50
  • Risk- High

Top 10 Portfolio with % of Assets as on 31st October 2019

  • State Bank of India- 31.13
  • Bank of Baroda- 20.32
  • Punjab National Bank- 12.13
  • Canara Bank- 10.70
  • Union Bank of India- 5.75
  • Bank of India- 5.43
  • Indian Bank- 3.04
  • Syndicate Bank- 2.94
  • Central Bank of India- 2.19
  • Oriental Bank of Commerce- 2.12

Fund Manager

Mehul Dama

Fund Manager & Dealer - ETF (Managing the Scheme - Since Nov 2018)

Reliance ETF Shariah BeES

It is an open-ended index scheme listed on the Exchange in the form of an Exchange Traded Fund tracking the Nifty50 Shariah Index. The primary goal of the scheme is to generate returns that, before expenses, closely correspond to the total returns of the Securities as represented by the Nifty50 Shariah Index by investing in Securities which are constituents of the Nifty50 Shariah Index in the same proportion as in the Index. Investors muse keep in mind that Nippon India ETF Shariah BeES is not a Shariah compliant scheme.

Liquidity

As with any other stocks on the stock exchange. The units of the scheme can be bought or sold on all stocks trading days. Authorized investors and major investors can also buy and sell units with the fund directly.

Asset Allocation

  • Securities constituting Nifty50 Shariah Index have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 95% to a maximum of 100% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Cash & Cash equivalents have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 5% with low to medium risk profile.

Industry Allocation as on 31st October 2019

  • Software- 46.14%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 25.35%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 4.43%
  • Consumer Durables- 4.29%
  • Oil- 3.44%
  • Petroleum Products- 3.26%
  • Auto- 2.70%
  • Pesticides- 2.53%
  • Cement- 2.34%
  • Non - Ferrous Metals- 2.12%

Nifty50 Shariah Index - Valuation Measures

  • Full market capitalisation (Rs in Cr)- 2,988,565.31
  • P/E- 25.67
  • P/B- 4.61
  • Dividend Yield- 2.01

Fund Size

  • Monthly Average as on 31st October 2019: Rs 2.65 Cr
  • Month-end AUM as on 31st October 2019: Rs 2.96 Cr

Volatility Measures

  • Standard Deviation- 3.39
  • Beta- 0.97
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.11

Portfolio Characteristics

  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.64
  • Tracking Error- 0.21
  • Creation Unit Size- 10,000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/10th of Index
  • Exchange Listed- NSE, BSE
  • NSE Symbol- SHARIABEES
  • BSE Code- 590109
  • ISIN- INF732E01128
  • Bloomberg Code- SBEES IN Equity
  • Reuters Code- SBET.NS & SBET.BO

Load Structure

  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil

Features of Reliance ETF Shariah BeES

  • Date of Allocation- March 18, 2009
  • Benchmark- Nifty50 Shariah Index TRI
  • NAV as on October 31, 2019- Rs 262.9042
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 1.16
  • Risk- Moderately High

Top 10 Portfolio with % of Assets as on 31st October 2019

  • Infosys Limited- 19.37
  • Tata Consultancy Services Limited- 18.39
  • Hindustan Unilever Limited- 11.99
  • Asian Paints Limited- 6.30
  • HCL Technologies Limited- 4.86
  • Titan Company Limited- 4.29
  • Nestle India Limited- 4.09
  • Tech Mahindra Limited- 3.52
  • Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited- 3.44
  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited- 3.26

Fund Manager

Mehul Dama

Managing the Scheme - Since Nov 2018

Reliance ETF Nifty Midcap 150

Type of Scheme- An Open Ended Index Exchange Traded Scheme

Scheme Objective- The primary goal of the scheme is to invest in securities constituting Nifty Midcap 150 Index in same proportion as in the Index.

Top 5 Sector Holding

  • Finance- 14.18%
  • Banks- 9.89%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 8.55%
  • Consumer Durables- 7.24%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 6.97%

Top 5 Equity Holding

  • Info Edge (India) Limited- 2.05
  • The Federal Bank Limited- 1.98
  • City Union Bank Limited- 1.85
  • Voltas Limited- 1.81
  • RBL Bank Limited

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- January 31, 2019
  • Benchmark- Nifty Midcap 150 TRI
  • Monthly Average AUM: Rs 191.34 Cr
  • Month End AUM: Rs 153.31 Cr
  • NAV: Rs 63.2183
  • Creation Unit Size- 35,000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/100th of Index
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.31
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil
  • Fund Manager- Mehul Dama

Reliance ETF Hang Seng BeES

Type of Scheme- An open ended index Scheme, investing in overseas securities listed on the exchange in the form of an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) tracking the Hang Seng Index

Scheme Objective- The scheme has a primary goal to invest in securities constituting the Hang Seng Index in same proportion as in the Index.

Top 5 Sector Holding

  • Diversified Banks- 27.71%
  • Life & Health Insurance- 17.05%
  • Interactive Media & Services- 9.50%
  • Real Estate Development- 5.02%
  • Wireless Telecommunication Services- 4.06%

Top 5 Equity Holding

  • AIA Group Ltd- 9.85
  • HSBC HOLDINGS PLC- 9.78
  • Tencent Holdings- 9.50
  • China Construct BK-H: 7.55
  • Ping An Insurance Group Co Of China Ltd- 5.55

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- March 9, 2010
  • Benchmark- Hang Seng TRI
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 11.21 Cr
  • Month End AUM: Rs 11.02 Cr
  • NAV- Rs 3045.8227
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.04
  • Creation Unit Size- 25,000
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/100th of Index
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 1.13
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil
  • Risk- High
  • Fund Manager- Kinjal Desai, Siddharth Deb

Reliance ETF Sensex Next 50

Type of Scheme- An Open-ended Index Exchange Traded Fund

Scheme Objective- To invest in securities constituting the S&P BSE Sensex Next 50 Index in same proportion as in the Index.

Top 10 Sector Holding

  • Finance- 14.69%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 13.07%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 10.38%
  • Auto Ancillaries- 6.86%
  • Banks- 6.67%
  • Cement- 6.17%
  • Consumer Durables- 5.78%
  • Chemicals- 4.27%
  • Pesticides- 4.21%
  • Telecom Equipment & Accessories- 3.14%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • UPL Limited- 4.21
  • HDFC Life Insurance Company Limited- 3.84
  • Dabur India Limited- 3.46
  • Bharti Infratel Limited- 3.14
  • Divi's Laboratories Limited- 3.05
  • Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited- 2.82
  • Petronet LNG Limited- 2.72
  • Pidilite Industries Limited- 2.68
  • Colgate Palmolive (India) Limited- 2.63
  • Avenue Supermarts Limited- 2.59

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- July 30, 2019
  • Benchmark- S&P BSE Sensex Next 50 TRI
  • AAUM- Rs 12.24 Cr
  • AUM- Rs 12.39 Cr
  • NAV- Rs 31.9794
  • Creation Unit Size: 110,000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit): 1/1000th of Index
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.25
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Mehul Dama

Reliance CPSE ETF

Type of Scheme- An Open Ended Index Exchange Traded Scheme

Scheme Objective- To invest in securities constituting the Nifty CPSE Index in same proportion as in the Index.

Top 5 Sector Holding

  • Oil- 22.81%
  • Power- 20.82%
  • Minerals/Mining- 20.50%
  • Petroleum Products- 19.81%
  • Finance- 7.94%

Top 5 Portfolio Holding

  • Coal India Limited- 20.50
  • Indian Oil Corporation Limited- 19.81
  • Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited- 19.71
  • NTPC Limited- 19.40
  • Power Finance Corporation Limited- 7.94

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- March 28, 2014
  • Benchmark- Nifty CPSE TRI
  • AAUM- Rs 10,744.17 Cr
  • AUM- Rs 10,524.04 Cr
  • NAV- Rs 23.6147
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 3.04
  • Creation Unit Size- 100,000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/100th of Index
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.0095
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil
  • Risk- High
  • Fund Manager- Vishal Jain

Reliance ETF Liquid BeES

Type of Scheme- Open ended liquid scheme listed on the exchange in the form of an ETF, investing in Tri-Party Repo/Repo & Reverse Repo with daily dividend and compulsory reinvestment of dividend

Scheme Objective- All investments of the scheme would be in Tri-Party Repo, Repos, Reserve Repos and other Money Market Instruments.

Top Portfolio

  • Tri-Party Repo- 99.30
  • Cash & Other Receivables- 0.70

Asset Allocation

  • Tri-Party Repo- 99.3%
  • Cash & Other Receivables- 0.7%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- July 8, 2003
  • Benchmark- Nifty 1D Rate Index
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 2,196.24 Cr
  • Month End: Rs 2,194.25 Cr
  • NAV- 1,000.0000
  • Creation Unit Size- 2500 Units
  • Average Maturity- 2.40 Days
  • Modified Duration- 0.39 Days
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.65
  • Risk- Low
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil
  • Fund Management- Siddharth Deb

Reliance ETF Long Term Gilt

Type of Scheme- An open-ended Index Exchange Traded Fund

Scheme Objective- The scheme has a strategy to track the performance of Nifty 8-13 yr G-Sec Index. The Scheme seeks to achieve this goal by investing in securities constituting Nifty 8-13 yr G Sec Index in the same proportion as in the Index.

Asset Allocation

  • Government Bond- 95.72%
  • Cash & Other Receivables- 4.28%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- July 5, 2016
  • Benchmark- Nifty 8-13 yr G-Sec Index
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 6.09 Cr
  • Month End: Rs 6.61 Cr
  • NAV: Rs 20.2164
  • Creation Unit Size- 250,000 Units
  • Pricing (per unit)- 1/100th of Index
  • Average Maturity- 9.52 Years
  • Modified Duration- 6.61 Years
  • Yield to Maturity- 6.87%
  • Total Expense Ratio^ 0.04
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Prashant Pimple

Reliance ETF Gold BeES

Type of Scheme- An open ended scheme, listed on the Exchange in the form of an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) investing in physical gold

Scheme Objective- To invest in physical gold and gold related securities.

Suitable Investors- Those who are seeking for portfolio diversification through asset allocation

Portfolio

  • GOLD 995 1KG BAR: 99.72%
  • Cash and Other Receivables: 0.28%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- March 8, 2007
  • Benchmark- Domestic Prices of Gold
  • Monthly AAUM- Rs 2,713.98 Cr
  • Month End AUM- Rs 2,694.15 Cr
  • NAV- Rs 3349.5809
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.08
  • Total Expense Ratio^ : 0.79
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: Nil
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Mehul Dama

Reliance Large Cap Fund

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

Scheme Objective- To invest in emerging large cap companies which have an established business model with a proven management track record and a potential to generate high cash flows.

Suitable Investor- Investors seek to invest predominantly into equity and equity related instruments of large cap companies

Top 10 Sector Holding

  • Banks- 28.95%
  • Petroleum Products- 8.23%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 7.42%
  • Industrial Capital Goods- 7.00%
  • Software- 6.47%
  • Construction Project- 5.93%
  • Auto- 5.88%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 5.25%
  • Finance- 4.94%
  • Hotels, Resorts And Other Recreational Activities- 4.25%

Top 10 Stocks

  • State Bank of India- 7.62%
  • HDFC Bank Limited- 6.76%
  • ICICI Bank Limited- 6.11%
  • Larsen & Toubro Limited- 5.42%
  • ITC Limited- 5.11%
  • Axis Bank Limited- 4.83%
  • Infosys Limited- 4.55%
  • HDFC Limited- 3.88%
  • Bharti Airtel Limited- 3.84%
  • Bank of Baroda- 3.63%

Portfolio Market Capitalization

  • More than Rs. 27,454 crs: 82%
  • Rs. 8,801 crs to Rs. 27,454 crs: 13%
  • Less than Rs. 8,801 crs: 5%

NAV as on last day in Rs

  • Growth Plan: 35.3877
  • Dividend Plan: 15.3079
  • Bonus Option: 35.3877
  • Direct - Growth Plan: 37.6232
  • Direct - Dividend Plan: 20.3589
  • Direct - Bonus Option: 37.6232
  • Institutional Bonus Option: 36.6596

Expense Ratio

  • Regular/Other than Direct- 1.82
  • Direct- 1.05

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- August 8, 2007
  • Benchmark- S&P BSE 100 TRI
  • Monthly AAUM- Rs 12,970.55 Cr
  • Month End AUM- Rs 13,010.10 Cr
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.76
  • Entry Load- Nil
  • Exit Load- 1% if redeemed or switched out on or before completion of 1 year from the date of allotment
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 100
  • Fund Manager- Sailesh Raj Bhan

Reliance Vision Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended equity scheme investing in both large cap and mid cap stock

Scheme Objective- To achieve long term growth of capital by investing in equity and equity related securities through a research based investment approach

Top 10 Sector Holding

  • Banks- 24.18%
  • Finance- 7.30%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 7.10%
  • Software- 6.98%
  • Industrial Capital Goods- 6.38%
  • Auto- 6.16%
  • Petroleum Products- 5.96%
  • Power- 5.17%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 3.65%
  • Retailing- 3.08%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • HDFC Bank Limited- 6.25%
  • ICICI Bank Limited- 4.97%
  • Infosys Limited- 4.68%
  • State Bank of India- 4.44%
  • Reliance Industries Limited- 3.44%
  • Larsen & Toubro Limited- 3.03%
  • Honeywell Automation India Limited- 2.93%
  • Axis Bank Limited- 2.85%
  • TVS Motor Company Limited- 2.55%
  • Tata Global Beverages Limited- 2.25%

NAV as on last day in Rs

  • Growth Plan- 539.9772
  • Dividend Plan- 37.6554
  • Bonus Option- 90.9433
  • Direct - Growth Plan- 564.0085
  • Direct - Dividend Plan- 40.0738
  • Direct - Bonus Option- 95.6257

Expense Ratio

  • Regular/Other than Direct- 2.09
  • Direct- 1.55

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- October 8, 1995
  • Benchmark: Nifty Large Midcap 250 TRI
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 2,827.03 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 2,840.87 Cr
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 1.08
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load: 1% if redeemed or switched out on or before completion of 1 year from the date of allotment
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Meenakshi Dawa and Sanjay Doshi

Reliance Quant Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended equity scheme investing in quant model theme

Scheme Objective- To seek capital appreciation through investment in equity and equity related instruments. The Scheme will seek to generate capital appreciation by investing in an active portfolio of stocks selected on the basis of a Quant model.

NAV in Rs as on last day

  • Growth Plan: 25.6629
  • Dividend Plan: 13.6814
  • Bonus Option: 25.6629
  • Direct - Growth Plan: 26.8003
  • Direct - Dividend Plan: 15.4184
  • Direct - Bonus Option: 26.8003

Asset Allocation

  • Equities- 99.15%
  • Cash and Other Receivables- 0.85%

Top 10 Sector Holding

  • Consumer Non Durables: 33.27%
  • Banks: 25.44%
  • Finance: 12.75%
  • Consumer Durables: 6.05%
  • Software: 5.88%
  • Transportation: 3.39%
  • Minerals/Mining: 3.26%
  • Construction: 2.18%
  • Pesticides: 1.28%
  • Textile Products: 1.21%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • Nestle India Limited- 6.76%
  • Hindustan Unilever Limited- 6.68%
  • Bajaj Finserv Limited- 6.29%
  • Asian Paints Limited- 6.28%
  • ICICI Bank Limited- 6.25%
  • HDFC Bank Limited- 5.95%
  • Infosys Limited- 5.88%
  • Dabur India Limited- 5.26%
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited- 4.55%
  • Axis Bank Limited- 4.47%

Expense Ratio

  • Regular/Other than Direct- 0.83%
  • Direct- 0.19%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- April 18, 2008
  • Benchmark: S&P BSE 200 TRI
  • Monthly Average AUM as on last day- Rs 25.37 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 25.31 Cr
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 2.15
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load- 0.25% if redeemed or switched out on or before completion of 1 month from the date of allotment
  • Risk- High
  • Top 5 Sector- 83.40%
  • Top 10 Stock- 58.37%
  • Fund Manager- Ashutosh Bhargava and Arun Sundaresan (Co-Fund Manager)

Reliance Balanced Advantage Fund

Type of Scheme- An Open Ended Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund

Category- Balanced Advantage Fund

Scheme Objective- The fund maintains a large cap oriented portfolio diversified across sectors. Debt portfolio is managed conservatively, focused at the shorter end through investment in a combination of liquid and short term fixed income securities.

NAV in Rs as on last day

  • Growth Plan: 93.8226
  • Dividend Plan: 26.0496
  • Bonus Option: 93.8226
  • Direct - Growth Plan: 98.6971
  • Direct - Dividend Plan: 31.0287

Expense Ratio

  • Regular- 2.16%
  • Direct- 0.79%

Asset Allocation

  • Equity: 65.45%
  • Cash & Other Receivables: 9.07%
  • Exchange Traded Funds: 0.41%
  • Certificate of Deposit: 0.57%
  • PTC: 1.82%
  • Commercial Paper: 4.15%
  • Corporate Bond: 18.54%

Top 10 Sector Holding

  • Banks- 15.70%
  • Finance- 9.63%
  • Software- 6.95%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 5.18%
  • Petroleum Products- 4.91%
  • Power- 3.06%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 2.48%
  • Telecom – Services: 1.60%
  • Construction Project- 1.54%
  • Auto- 1.40%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • Hdfc Bank Ltd- 6.51%
  • JM Financial Products Ltd- 6.01%
  • Infosys Ltd- 5.13%
  • Bharti Telecom Ltd- 4.75%
  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 3.81%
  • Reliance Industries Ltd- 3.52%
  • Bharti Telecom Ltd- 3.50%
  • Muthoot Finance Ltd- 3.31%
  • Cash Margin Derivatives- 3.18%
  • Indian Receivable Trust 18- 2.89%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- November 15, 2004
  • Benchmark- CRISIL Hybrid 35+65 - Aggressive Index
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 2,547.54 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 2,611.79 Cr
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 4.00
  • Average Maturity- 1.35 year
  • Modified Duration- 1.09 year
  • Yield to Maturity- 7.65%
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load- 1% if redeemed or switched out on or before completion of 12 months from the date of allotment
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Manish Gunwani, Ashutosh Bhargava (Co-Fund Manager)

Reliance Index Fund - Nifty Plan

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

Category- Index Fund

Investment Objective- To invest in securities constituting the Nifty 50 Index in same proportion as in the Index.

NAV in Rs (as on last day)

  • Growth Plan- 20.3774
  • Quarterly Dividend Plan- 18.4154
  • Half Yearly Dividend Plan- 18.4149
  • Annual Dividend Plan- 18.3596
  • Bonus Option- 20.3774
  • Direct - Growth Plan- 21.1632
  • Direct - Quarterly Dividend Plan- 19.1838
  • Direct - Half Yearly Dividend Plan- 19.1886
  • Direct - Annual Dividend Plan- 19.1927
  • Direct - Bonus Option- 21.1632

Expense Ratio

  • Regular- 0.97%
  • Direct- 0.10%

Top 10 Sector Holding

  • Banks- 30.29%
  • Software- 12.74%
  • Finance- 11.60%
  • Petroleum Products- 11.16%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 10.22%
  • Auto- 5.70%
  • Construction Project- 3.19%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 2.11%
  • Power- 1.95%
  • Telecom Services- 1.72%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • HDFC Bank Limited- 10.95%
  • Reliance Industries Limited- 9.74%
  • Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited- 8.29%
  • ICICI Bank Limited- 6.94%
  • Infosys Limited- 5.33%
  • Tata Consultancy Services Limited- 4.52%
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited- 4.48%
  • ITC Limited- 4.13%
  • Axis Bank Limited- 3.34%
  • Larsen & Toubro Limited- 3.19%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- September 28, 2010
  • Benchmark- Nifty 50 TRI
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 158.56 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 157.84 Cr
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.25
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load- 0.25% if redeemed or switched out on or before completion of 7 days from the date of allotment
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Mehul Dama

Reliance Index Fund - Sensex Plan

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

Scheme Category- Index Fund

Investment Objective- To invest in securities constituting the S&P BSE Sensex Index in same proportion as in the Index.

NAV in Rs as on last day

  • Growth Plan- 20.2752
  • Quarterly Dividend Plan- 18.2949
  • Half Yearly Dividend Plan- 18.2941
  • Annual Dividend Plan- 18.2940
  • Bonus Option- 20.2752
  • Direct - Growth Plan- 21.0271
  • Direct - Quarterly Dividend Plan- 19.0237
  • Direct - Half Yearly Dividend Plan- 19.0207
  • Direct - Annual Dividend Plan- 19.0279
  • Direct - Bonus Option- 21.0271

Expense Ratio

  • Regular- 0.81%
  • Direct- 0.10%

Top 10 Sector Holding (as on last day)

  • Banks- 33.73%
  • Software- 13.96%
  • Finance- 11.90%
  • Petroleum Products- 10.99%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 10.85%
  • Auto- 5.09%
  • Construction Project- 3.63%
  • Power- 2.19%
  • Telecom – Services- 1.98%
  • Consumer Durables- 1.14%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding (as on last day)

  • HDFC Bank Limited- 12.36%
  • Reliance Industries Limited- 10.99%
  • Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited- 9.50%
  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 7.92%
  • Infosys Ltd- 6.27%
  • Tata Consultancy Services Limited- 5.20%
  • ITC Ltd- 4.64%
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited- 4.56%
  • Axis Bank Limited- 3.95%
  • Larsen & Toubro Limited- 3.63%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- September 28, 2010
  • Benchmark- S&P BSE Sensex TRI
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 42.45 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 43.03 Cr
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 0.20
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load- 0.25% if redeemed or switched out on or before completion of 7 days from the date of allotment
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Mehul Dama

Reliance Growth Fund

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

Investment Objective- The Fund endeavours to invest in mid cap companies that have the potential to substantially increase their profitability and have a consistent track record.

NAV in Rs as on last day

  • Growth Plan- 1,143.1843
  • Dividend Plan- 59.7229
  • Bonus Option- 190.3083
  • Direct - Growth Plan- 1,199.8620
  • Direct - Dividend Plan- 77.6104
  • Direct - Bonus Option- 199.3428
  • Institutional - Dividend Plan- 544.4556

Expense Ratio

  • Regular- 1.87%
  • Direct- 1.35%

Top 10 Sector Holding (as on last day)

  • Finance- 14.32%
  • Banks- 11.87%
  • Consumer Non Durables- 9.80%
  • Pharmaceuticals- 8.49%
  • Software- 4.78%
  • Auto Ancillaries- 3.94%
  • Consumer Durables- 3.88%
  • Textile Products- 3.78%
  • Power- 3.62%
  • Healthcare Services- 3.40%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding (as on last day)

  • Varun Beverages Limited- 4.78%
  • Cholamandalam Financial Holdings Limited- 3.42%
  • Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Limited- 3.12%
  • City Union Bank Limited- 2.74%
  • SRF Limited- 2.54%
  • AU Small Finance Bank Limited- 2.46%
  • Vardhman Textiles Limited- 2.40%
  • Bharat Forge Limited- 2.33%
  • Tata Power Company Ltd- 2.10%
  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 2.04%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- October 8, 1995
  • Benchmark- S&P BSE MidCap TRI
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 6,740.19 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 6,843.89 Cr
  • Portfolio Turnover (Times)- 1.87
  • Entry Load: Nil
  • Exit Load- 1% if redeemed or switched out on or before completion of 1 year from the date of allotment
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Manish Gunwani, Dhrumil Shah (Co-Fund Manager), Tejas Sheth (Co-Fund Manager)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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