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SBI Mutual Fund

SBI Mutual Fundis a joint venture of India's largest lender, State Bank of India and AMUNDI France. The Asset Management Company was amongst the pioneers in the mutual fund business. Like peers, the company has very diverse offerings in terms of the size and nature of funds.

SBI Mutual Fund NAV and Scheme Details

Scheme Name Current NAV Scheme Category
SBI Equity Hybrid Fund 147.92 Equity - Hybrid 17.05%
SBI Equity Hybrid Fund 32.30 Equity - Hybrid 16.21%
SBI Magnum Children Benefit Plan 57.44 Special Fund 4.95%
SBI Magnum Equity ESG Fund 114.67 Equity - Diversified 16.55%
SBI Magnum Equity ESG Fund 35.86 Equity - Diversified 16.55%
SBI Magnum Gilt Fund 45.41 Gilt Fund 14.22%
SBI Magnum Gilt Fund 14.47 Gilt Fund 7.74%
SBI Magnum Constant Maturity Fund 45.01 Gilt Fund 13.36%
SBI Magnum Constant Maturity Fund 14.74 Gilt Fund 8.65%
SBI Magnum Global Fund 184.03 Equity - Diversified 11.93%
SBI Magnum Global Fund 56.22 Equity - Diversified 11.93%
SBI Magnum Ultra Short Duration Fund - Regular Plan - Weekly Dividend 1,077.58 Liquid Fund -0.08%
SBI Debt Hybrid Fund - Div (Annual) 14.73 Debt - Hybrid 3.68%
SBI Debt Hybrid Fund - Div (Monthly) 12.92 Debt - Hybrid 4.53%
SBI Debt Hybrid Fund 41.75 Debt - Hybrid 9.61%
SBI Debt Hybrid Fund 12.04 Debt - Hybrid 2.72%
SBI Large & Midcap Fund 239.56 Equity - Diversified 14.62%
SBI Large & Midcap Fund 108.22 Equity - Diversified 14.62%
SBI Magnum Tax Gain Scheme 93 149.11 Equity - ELSS 9.68%
SBI Magnum Tax Gain Scheme 93 40.89 Equity - ELSS 0.67%

SBI Mutual Funds also provides advisory services and offshore funds.

Sbi Mutual fund

Sbi mutual fund was established as a trust under the provision of Indian Trust Act 1882 and is registered with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

Sbi mutual fund trustee company private limited was founded with a collaboration of State bank of India and Amundi a European asset management company. The headquarter of Sbi mutual fund which is India's largest banking mutual fund is located in Mumbai. Sbi mutual fund is known as the first bank to launch the offshore fund and alternative investment funds which is also known as Resurgent India Opportunity Fund.

Today Sbi mutual fund is the most actively managing assets for the investors. Sbi mutual fund aims to shine out of the benchmarks of the sector using intensely scrutinized in varied Indian stocks. The management technique has been approached on the basis of basic assessment to construct a portfolio. Sbi mutual fund is always one step forward among the others as it has blended, large-cap, mid-cap or distinct sector-oriented peculiarity. Due to its wide network across India, it provides value for the money and trust among the investors or family.

The perseverance to help customers in order to achieve their goal financial objectives makes Sbi mutual fund one of the largest investment management firms in India. The trustee signed into an Investment Management Agreement on 14th May 1993 and also a supplementary IMA on 28th April 2003, which was supplemented by a Restated and Revised Investment Management Agreement of 29th December 2004 with SBI Fund Management Private Limited to act as the Investment Manager for all SBI MF Schemes. In compliance with registration code MF-009/93/3, SBI MF was licensed with SEBI on 23rd December 1993.

Sponsor

SBI Mutual Fund is sponsored by State Bank of India, one of the largest public sector banks in India. The sponsor is the trustee of the mutual fund. In order to contribute to the mutual fund corpus, the sponsor has entrusted the trustee with a sum of Rs 5 lac. SBI is the largest bank with 22,010 branches in India, 208 overseas branches and the largest international network of all Indian banks with its corporate office at State Bank Bhavan, Madame Cama Road, Mumbai 400 021. Extensive network and corresponding relationships with more than 235 banks and tie-up with 56 exchanges across all continents make SBI global bank. SBI Fund management private limited owns 635 of the SBI assets.

SBI Mutual Fund Trustee Company Private Limited

The trustee is the Trust Fund's legal shareholder and keeps the same in trust for the unit owners benefit. The trustee has accomplished his responsibilities and exercised the services provided for in the Regulations and the Trust Deed. The trustee aims to ensure that, in compliance with the Trust Deed the rules directives and instructions provided by SEBI, the stock exchanges, the Association of Mutual Funds in India and other regulatory agencies, the fund and the schemes floating under are regulated by AMC.

SBI Fund Management Private Limited

SBI Fund Management Private Limited is a private limited company established under the Company Acts 1956, 17th February 1992 with its registered office at 9th Floor, Crescenzo, C-38 & 39, G Street, Bandra-Kurla Plaza, Bandra (East), Mumbai- 400051. SBIFMPL was named as the SBI Mutual Fund Asset Management Company by the Trustee Vide Investment Management Agreement(IMA) on 14th May 1993 as well as supplementary IMA on 28th April 2003 and the same was substituted by the Restated and Revised Investment Management Agreement between SBIMFTCPL and SBIFMPL on 29th December 2004. 

The AMCs authorized capital was Rs 52.50 Cr, paid-up capital and the net worth of the AMC was Rs 1298.97 Cr according to the audited accounts on 31st March 2019. SBI FMPL is the leading European asset management company, is a joint venture between SBI and AMUNDI Asset Management. On April 13th 2011, SBI and AMUNDI Asset Management concluded a shareholder agreement in this regard. SBI currently has a share of 63% in SBIFMPL and a wholly-owned affiliate AMUNDI India owner has an interest of 37% in AMUNDI Asset Management. In the global best practices and international standards, SBI and AMUNDI Asset Management develops the Societe Generale S.A as an internationally renowned asset management company. As far as the investment management agreements are concerned, the SBIFMPL is responsible for managing the fund every day, making investment decisions and administering the SBI Mutual Fund programs in accordance with the scheme targets, Trust Deed, Investment Management Agreement provisions and SEBI regulations and directives.

SBI Mutual Fund Scheme

There are 4 types of Fund Scheme comes under Sbi Mutual Fund which are listed below:invest

  • Sbi Equity Schemes
  • Sbi Debt Schemes
  • Sbi Hybrid Schemes
  • Other Schemes

SBI Equity Schemes

  • SBI Focused Equity Fund
  • SBI Contra Fund
  • SBI Small Cap Fund
  • SBI Magnum Taxgain Scheme
  • SBI Consumption Opportunities Fund
  • SBI Magnum Equity ESG Fund
  • SBI Healthcare Opportunities Fund
  • SBI Magnum Mid Cap Fund
  • SBI Magnum Global Fund
  • SBI Large and Mid Cap Fund
  • SBI Technology Opportunities Fund
  • SBI Banking and Financial Services Fund
  • SBI Magnum Multi-Cap Fund
  • SBI Bluechip Fund
  • SBI Magnum Comma Fund
  • SBI Infrastructure Fund
  • SBI PSU Fund
  • SBI Equity Minimum Variance Fund

SBI Debt Schemes

  • SBI Credit Risk Fund
  • SBI Magnum Gilt Fund
  • SBI Magnum Constant Maturity Fund
  • SBI Banking and PSU Fund
  • SBI Magnum Medium Duration Fund
  • SBI Magnum Low Duration Fund
  • SBI Magnum Income Fund
  • SBI Liquid Fund
  • SBI Savings Fund
  • SBI Magnum Ultra Short Duration Fund
  • SBI Corporate Bond Fund
  • SBI Overnight Fund
  • SBI Short Term Debt Fund
  • SBI Dynamic Bond Fund

SBI Hybrid Schemes

  • SBI Equity Hybrid Fund
  • SBI Debt Hybrid Fund
  • SBI Multi-Asset Allocation Fund
  • SBI Arbitrage Opportunities Fund
  • SBI Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund
  • SBI Equity Savings Fund

SBI Other Mutual Fund Schemes 

  • SBI Magnum Children's Benefit Fund
  • SBI Nifty Index Fund
  • SBI ETF Sensex
  • SBI ETF Nifty Bank
  • SBI ETF Gold
  • SBI ETF Nifty Next 50
  • SBI ETF 10 Year Gilt
  • SBI ETF Nifty 50
  • SBI ETF BSE 100
  • SBI ETF Quality
  • SBI Gold Fund
  • SBI ETF Sensex Next 50

Sbi Focused Equity Fund 

SBI Focused Equity Fund was previously known as Sbi Emerging Business Fund. It is an open-ended capital scheme that invests in upto 30 multi-cap stocks. It participates in the growth potential of various companies that are perceived emerging and have prospectus of export orientation/outsourcing or are internationally competitive by investing in stocks representing these companies. Emerging firms with growth prospectus and domestic orientation may also be assessed by this fund. This fund is featured to offer the investor the ability to gain long-term assets by engaging in a balanced portfolio of bonds linked to debt and equity.

Investment Strategy

The fund will follow a bottom-up approach to stock-picking and invest in companies across market capitalization and sectors. The fund will take high conviction bets and the total number of securities would be equal to or under 30.

Types of instrument in which the scheme will invest

Equity and Equity Related Instruments:-

  • Equity share is a security that represents ownership interest in a company.
  • Equity Related Instruments are securities which give the holder of the security right to receive Equity Shares on pre agreed terms. It includes convertible/optionally convertible/compulsorily convertible preference shares, share warrants and any other security which has equity component embedded in it.
  • Equity Derivatives

Debt Instruments & Money Market Instruments:-

  • Certificate of Deposits
  • Commercial Paper
  • Treasury Bills
  • Triparty Repo
  • Securities created and issued by the Central Governments as may be permitted by RBI, securities guaranteed by the Central Governments (including but not limited to coupon bearing bonds, zero coupon bonds and treasury bills). Such securities could be fixed rate, fixed interest rate with put/call option, zero coupon bond, floating rate bonds, capital indexed bonds, Fixed Interest security with staggered maturity payment etc
  • Non Convertible Debentures as well as bonds are securities issued by companies / institutions promoted / owned by the Central Governments and statutory bodies, which may or may not carry a Central Government guarantee, Public and private sector banks, All India Financial Institutions, Private Sector Companies. These instruments may be secured or unsecured against the assets of the Company and generally issued to meet the short term and long term fund requirements. These instruments include Fixed Interest Security with/without put/call option, floating rate bonds, zero coupon bonds.
  • Floating rate debt instruments are debt instruments issued by central government, corporates, PSUs etc. with coupon reset periodically. The Fund Manager will have the flexibility to invest the debt component into floating rate debt securities in order to reduce the impact of rising interest rate in the economy
  • Repo (Repurchase Agreement) or Reverse Repo
  • Securitized Debt (SD)/Pass Through Certificate

Asset Allocation

  • Equity and equity-related instruments including derivatives have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 65% to a maximum of 100% with a high-risk profile.
  • Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with a medium to high-risk profile.
  • Debt instruments including securitized Debt have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 35% with a medium risk profile.
  • Money market instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 35% with a low-risk profile.
  • Investments in equities would be well-diversified across specific growth markets and would be limited to 25% of the total investment assets in the normal market conditions. This fund may not invest more than 10% of its assets in any company's equity securities or equity-related instruments and also may not invest more than 5% of its assets in any company's unlisted equity stocks or equity-related instruments.
  • Although the concepts for this sub-fund is developing markets, in the future the fund manager may also invest in other business areas that may be deemed domestically emerging and/or offer possibilities for export/outsourcing and are internationally competitive.
  • This fund has 86.16% investment in Indian shares, 44.82% of which is in large-cap stocks. 15.3% in mid-cap stocks and 16.99% in small-cap stocks.
  • Investors who have specialized global pattern awareness and favour target investments for higher returns relative to other equity schemes are eligible for this fund.

SIP

Is accessible in online mode as OTM/Debit mandate for weekly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual rates. For investors, the fund offers a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) at all our Official point of acceptance of SBI MF’s locations. Under this Facility, an investor can invest a fixed amount per frequency. This facility will help the investor to average out their cost of investment over a period of six months or one year and thus overcome the short-term fluctuations in the market. The Scheme offers weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual & Annual Systematic Investment Plan.

Monthly – Minimum Rs. 1000 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum 6 months or Minimum Rs. 500 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum 12 months

Quarterly - Minimum Rs. 1500 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum 1 yearSemi-annual and Annual Systematic Investment Plan - Minimum amount of investment will be Rs. 3,000 and in multiples of Re.1 thereafter for Semi-Annual SIP & Rs. 5,000 and in multiples of Re.1 thereafter in case of Annual SIP. Minimum number of installments will be 4.

Weekly Systematic Investment Plan

Minimum amount for weekly SIP – Rs. 1000 and in multiples of Re.1 thereafter.

Minimum number of installments will be 6.

Weekly SIP will be done on 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd of the month

In case the date of SIP falls on a Non-Business Day, then the immediate following Business Day will be considered for the purpose of transfer.

In case start date is mentioned but end date is not mentioned, the application will be registered for perpetual period.

Eligibility for SBI Focused Equity Fund

Indian resident adult individuals, either singly or jointly

Minor through parent / lawful guardian

Companies, bodies corporate, public sector undertakings, association of persons or bodies of individuals and societies registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860

Religious and Charitable Trusts, Wakfs or endowments of private trust

Partnership Firms constituted under the Partnership Act, 1932

A Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) through its Karta

Banks (including Co-operative Banks and Regional Rural Banks) and Financial Institutions

Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) / Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) on full repatriation basis or on non-repatriation basis

Transaction Charges

SEBI has allowed Asset Management Companies (AMCs) to deduct transaction charges per subscription of Rs. 10,000/- and above.

First Time Mutual Fund Investor

Transaction charges of Rs. 150/- for the subscription of Rs. 10,000/- and above will be deducted from the subscription amount and paid to the distributor/agent of the first time investor and the balance amount shall be invested in the relevant scheme opted by the investor

Investor other than First Time Mutual Fund Investor

Transaction charges of Rs. 100/- per subscription of Rs. 10,000/- and above will be deducted from the subscription amount and paid to the distributor/agent of the investor and the balance amount shall be invested in the relevant scheme opted by the investor.

Fees and Expenses

These are the fees and expenses for operating the scheme. These expenses include Investment Management and Advisory Fee charged by the AMC, Registrar and Transfer Agents fee, marketing and selling costs etc. as given below

Investment Management and Advisory Fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Trustee fee- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Audit fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Custodian fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

RTA Fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Marketing & Selling expense- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Cost related to investor communications- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Cost of fund transfer from location to location- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Cost of providing account statements and dividend redemption cheques and warrants- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Costs of statutory Advertisements- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Cost towards investor education & awareness (at least 2 bps)- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Brokerage & transaction cost over and above 12 bps. and 5 bps for cash and derivative market trades respectively- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Goods & Service tax on expenses other than investment and advisory fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Goods & Service tax on brokerage and transaction cost- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Other Expenses- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Maximum total expense ratio (TER) permissible under Regulation 52 (6) (c)- Upto 2.25% (fungible)

Additional expenses under regulation 52 (6A) (c)- Upto 0.05%

Additional expenses for gross new inflows from specified cities- Upto 0.30%

Fund Manager

Mr R Srinivasan take part in SBI Funds Management as Senior Fund Manager in May 2009. Presently he is the Head of Equity and also oversees a variety of funds directly. He has 26 years of experience working on stocks of Indosuez WI Carr and Motilal Oswal namely Future Capital Group, Principal PNB, Oppenheimer &Co. Srinivasan graduated from the University of Mumbai with Post Graduate in Commerce and MFM Degree.

Funds Managed by Mr R Srinivasan

SBI Equity Hybrid Fund

SBI Focused Equity Fund

SBI Small Cap Fund

Features of Sbi Focused Equity Fund

Fund Size- 5735.18Cr

Expense Ratio- 2.06% average

Plans available- Regular, Direct

Options- Growth Dividend

AAUM for the Month of September 2019- Rs 5,390.40 Crores

AUM as on September 30, 2019- 5,735.18 Crores

Benchmark- Nil.S&P BSE 500 Index

Exit Load:

For exit within 1 year from the date of

allotment - 1 %;

For exit after 1 year from the date of

allotment – NIL

Entry Load: N.A

Plans Available- Regular, Direct

Options: Growth- Dividend
Minimum Investment Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1

Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1

Net Asset Value

Reg-Plan-Dividend- 26.5759

Reg-Plan-Growth- 145.2955

Dir-Plan-Dividend- 37.5894

Dir-Plan-Growth- 154.2721

Portfolio with % of Total AUM as on September 2019

HDFC Bank Ltd- 9.00

Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care Ltd- 7.62

Axis Bank Ltd- 7.06

Divi's Laboratories Ltd- 5.42

Bajaj Finance Ltd- 5.16

Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd- 4.88

Bharti Airtel Ltd- 4.49

State Bank Of India- 4.26

Relaxo Footwears Ltd- 3.54

Torrent Power Ltd- 3.51

Emami Ltd- 2.84

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd- 2.79

Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd- 2.68

Hatsun Agro Product Ltd- 2.67

ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Ltd- 2.64

Techno Electric & Engineering Company Ltd- 2.47

Blue Star Ltd- 2.40

Fine Organic Industries Ltd- 2.33

Solar Industries India Ltd- 2.21

Tube Investments Of India Ltd- 2.01

ELGI Equipments Ltd- 1.75

Sheela Foam Ltd- 1.58

The Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd- 1.52

Indostar Capital Finance Ltd- 0.72

Avenue Supermarts Ltd- 0.61

Alphabet Inc- 3.48

Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin And Others- 10.36

How to apply SBI Focused Equity Fund

  • Investors who are willing to subscribe under a Scheme's Direct Plan will have to ensure to indicate “Direct Plan” in the application form against the Scheme name.
  • Investors should also indicate “Direct” in the application form's ARN row.
  • All plans offer two investment options The Growth Option and the Dividend Plan. Monthly and Quarterly rates Portfolio with % of Total AUM as on September 2019are available under the Dividend Option.
  • Applicants who are willing to apply for SBI Focuses Equity Fund can apply through the official website of SBI Mutual Fund or else they can also go to their nearest Sbi Branch to get the details for how to apply. There is also a tollfree number that you can call 24*7, and also SMS facility is available to show your purpose to invest.

Sbi Contra Fund

This is an open-ended equity scheme and objective of the scheme is to provide the investors with the potential to gain long-term assets by engaging in a diversified portfolio of investments linked to debt and bonds through a counter-investment strategy. The particulars of the scheme have been prepared in compliance with the 1996 Regulations of the Indian Securities and Exchange Board as amended to date and deposited with the Indian Securities and Exchange Board(SEBI). The fund invests a minimum of 65% in the capital stocks that follow the motif of the contrary investment. SBI Contra fund has the stability to invest up to 35% in the other equity and/or debt or money market tools. This scheme performs a blend of stock picking strategy from top-down to bottom-up.

Types of Instruments in which scheme will invest?

Equity and Equity Related Instruments

  • Equity share is a security that represents ownership interest in a company.
  • Equity Related Instruments are securities which give the holder of the security right to receive Equity Shares on pre-agreed terms. It includes convertible/optionally convertible/compulsorily convertible preference shares, share warrants and any other security which has equity component embedded in it.
  • Equity Derivatives

Debt Instruments & Money Market Instruments

  • Certificate of Deposits
  • Commercial Paper
  • Treasury Bills
  • Triparty Repo
  • Securities created and issued by the Central Governments as may be permitted by RBI, securities guaranteed by the Central Governments (including but not limited to coupon-bearing bonds, zero-coupon bonds and treasury bills). Such securities could be fixed-rate, fixed interest rate with put/call option, zero-coupon bond, floating-rate bonds, capital indexed bonds, Fixed Interest security with staggered maturity payment etc
  • Non Convertible Debentures, as well as bonds, are securities issued by companies/institutions promoted/owned by the Central Governments and statutory bodies, which may or may not carry a Central Government guarantee, Public and private sector banks, All India Financial Institutions, Private Sector Companies. These instruments may be secured or unsecured against the assets of the Company and generally issued to meet the short term and long term fund requirements. These instruments include Fixed Interest Security with/without put/call option, floating-rate bonds, zero-coupon bonds.
  • Floating rate debt instruments are debt instruments issued by central government, corporates, PSUs etc. with coupon reset periodically. The Fund Manager will have the flexibility to invest the debt component into floating-rate debt securities in order to reduce the impact of rising interest rate in the economy
  • Repo (Repurchase Agreement) or Reverse Repo
  • Securitized Debt (SD)/Pass Through Certificate

Eligibility for SBI Contra Fund

  • Indian resident adult individuals, either singly or jointly
  • Minor through parent / lawful guardian
  • Companies, bodies corporate, public sector undertakings, association of persons or bodies of individuals and societies registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860
  • Religious and Charitable Trusts or endowments of private trusts (subject to receipt of necessary approvals as required) and Private Trusts authorized to invest in mutual fund schemes under their trust deeds
  • Partnership Firms constituted under the Partnership Act, 1932
  • A Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) through its Karta
  • Banks and Financial Institutions
  • Non-Resident Indians
  • Persons of Indian Origin
  • Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) registered with SEBI on full repatriation basis
  • Qualified Foreign Investor
  • Foreign Portfolio Investor
  • Army, Air Force, Navy and other para-military funds and eligible institutions
  • Scientific and Industrial Research Organizations
  • Provident / Pension / Gratuity and such other Funds as and when permitted to invest
  • The Trustee, AMC or Sponsor or their associates
  • A Mutual Fund through its schemes, including Fund of Funds schemes.

Transaction Charges

SEBI has allowed Asset Management Companies to deduct transaction charges per subscription of Rs. 10,000/- and above.

First Time Mutual Fund Investor

Transaction charges of Rs. 150/- for the subscription of Rs. 10,000/- and above will be deducted from the subscription amount and paid to the distributor/agent of the first time investor and the balance amount shall be invested in the relevant scheme opted by the investor.

Investor other than First Time Mutual Fund Investor

Transaction charges of Rs. 100/- per subscription of Rs. 10,000/- and above will be deducted from the subscription amount and paid to the distributor/agent of the investor and the balance amount shall be invested in the relevant scheme opted by the investor.

Features of SBI Contra Fund

Exit Load-For exit within the one year from the date of allotment- 1%, For exit after one year from the date of allotment- NIL

AAUM for the Month of September 2019- Rs 1,341.12 Crores

AUM- Rs 1372.63Cr

Benchmark- S&P BSE 500 Index

Minimum Investment- Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1.

Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1.

Risk-Moderately high

Plans available- Regular, Direct

Options- Growth Dividend

Portfolio turnover Ratio- 0.75

Net Asset Value

Reg-Plan-Dividend- 17.6515

Reg-Plan-Growth- 101.7977

Dir-Plan-Dividend- 22.4127

Dir-Plan-Growth- 106.1938

Portfolio Classification with % of Total AUM as per Septemeber 2019

Financial Services- 25.22

Industrial Manufacturing- 13.11

Pharma- 8.42

Construction- 6.17

Services- 5.23

Consumer Goods- 4.55

Cement & Cement Products- 4.51

IT- 3.86

Automobile- 3.81

Energy- 3.77

Telecom- 2.34

Chemicals- 1.58

Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin And Others- 17.43

SIP

Is accessible in online mode as OTM/Debit mandate for weekly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual rates. For investors, the fund proposes SIP at all official Acceptance Point for SBI MF Locations. An investor may invest an amount per frequency under this facility. Such facility would allow the investor to resolve short-term market swings by averaging their investment cost over a span of 6 months to 1 year. The Scheme offers weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual & Annual Systematic Investment Plan.

Minimum Amount of SIP:-

  • Weekly – Minimum Rs. 1000 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum 6 weeks
  • Monthly – Minimum Rs. 1000 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum 6 months (or) minimum Rs. 500 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum one year
  • Quarterly – Minimum Rs. 1500 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum one year
  • Semi-Annual - Minimum Rs. 3000 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments
  • Annual - Minimum Rs. 5000 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.

Asset Allocation

Equity and equity-related instruments including derivatives have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 65% to a maximum of 100% with a high-risk profile.

Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with a medium to high-risk profile.

Debt instruments including securitized Debt have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 35% with a medium risk profile.

Money market instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 35% with a low-risk profile.

Other equities and equity-related instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 35% with a high-risk profile.

Minimum redemption size- Rs.500/- or 1 Unit or account balance, whichever is lower.

Despatch of purchase- Within 10 business days of receiving the application for repurchase at the SBI Mutual Fund's official point of acceptance.

Dividend Policy- Subject to approval by the trustees, and no returns on the scheme are guaranteed, the dividend declaration under the scheme option shall be subject to the affordability of spendable surpluses and on recommendation from the AMC.

Risk profile of the scheme

SBI Contra Fund may invest in stock and equity-related instruments for companies that follow the reverse investing trend (including derivatives). Certain equities and equity-related instruments, Units provided by REIT/InVIT, Global bonds, Debt instruments and Money market instruments. The flexibility of the scheme is constrained by trading volumes and payment dates. Such intervals may become important in the case of a substantial number of requests for redemption or reduction of the investment portfolio of the scheme. In the same manner, The Trustees have the ability at their lone preference, to restrict redemption under certain conditions as defined in the Investor Rights and Services section.
Fees and Expenses

These are the fees and expenses for operating the scheme. These expenses include Investment Management and Advisory Fee charged by the AMC, Registrar and Transfer Agents fee marketing and selling costs etc. as given below:

  • Investment Management and Advisory Fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Trustee fee- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Audit fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Custodian fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • RTA Fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Marketing & Selling expense- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Cost related to investor communications- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Cost of fund transfer from location to location- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Cost of providing account statements and dividend redemption cheques and warrants- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Costs of statutory Advertisements- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Cost towards investor education & awareness (at least 2 bps)- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Brokerage & transaction cost over and above 12 bps. and 5 bps for cash and derivative market trades respectively- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Goods & Service tax on expenses other than investment and advisory fees- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Goods & Service tax on brokerage and transaction cost- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Other Expenses- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Maximum total expense ratio (TER) permissible under Regulation 52 (6) (c)- Upto 2.25% (fungible)
  • Additional expenses under regulation 52 (6A) (c)- Upto 0.05%
  • Additional expenses for gross new inflows from specified cities- Upto 0.30%

Fund Manager

Mr Dinesh Balachandran joined SBI FM in 2012 as a Senior Credit Analyst. Presently he is the Analyst Director with a total experience of 17 years. Dinesh made his career with Fidelity in Boston USA in 2001 as an analyst, he managed Structured Finance and the US regional fixed income industry for more than 10 years. Dinesh has done B.Tech degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from IIT, Mumbai and M.S. He is also the Charter owner of the CFA institute in USA.

Funds Managed by Mr Dinesh Balachandran

SBI Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund

SBI Contra Fund

SBI Magnum Taxgain Scheme.

How to Apply

Investors who are willing to subscribe under a Scheme's Direct Plan will have to ensure to indicate “Direct Plan” in the application form against the Scheme name.

Investors should also indicate “Direct” in the application form's ARN row.

Applicants who are willing to apply for SBI Contra Fund can apply through the official website of SBI Mutual Fund or else they can also go to their nearest Sbi Branch to get the details for how to apply. There is also a tollfree number that you can call 24*7, and also SMS facility is available to show your purpose to invest.

Sbi Small Cap Fund 

This fund aims to provide investors with prospects for long-term capital growth along with the flexibility of an open-ended scheme by participating primarily in a well-diversified portfolio of small-cap companies. It is an open-ended investment scheme which invests primarily in small-cap stocks. However, there will be no guarantee though that the scheme's expenditure target will be met.

Investment Strategy

The scheme will pursue a stock-picking strategy from the bottom-up and choose companies with small-cap range.(Small-cap means full market capitalization for the 251st Company. The exposure will be described by AMFI/SEBI occasionally as per limits/classification. 

Risk profile of the scheme

In general, the corpus of the scheme will be invested in equity and equity-related instruments of small-cap firms, other equities and equity-related instruments unit provided by REIT/InVIT Debt instruments, money market instruments and foreign securities. The flexibility of the investment scheme is ultimately constrained by trading volumes and settlement times. In the case of an unfairly large number of redemption demands or a review of the investment portfolio, these intervals may become important. In consideration of the same, the Trustees have the ability, in their sole convenience to restrict redemption under certain conditions. 

Risk Control

Investments in equity and equity-related securities, debt and Money Market Instruments bear different risks such as inability to sell assets, trading volumes and payment times. While these risk can't be avoided this may be reduced by diversification. In order to limit the different risks, the assets of the company will be designed to compliance with the investment stipulated under the Regulations, which would help to reduce such risk relevant to invest in the security markets.

Load Structure

Entry Load - Not Applicable

Exit Load - For exit within one year from the date of allotment -1%

For exit after one year from the date of allotment - Nil

Minimum Application Amount

Rs. 5000/- and in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter

Additional Purchase Amount - Rs. 1000/- and in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter

Repurchase- Rs 500/- or 1 Unit or account balance whichever is lower

Minimum amount of SIP

Weekly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum 6 weeks

Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum 6 months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum one year

Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum one year

Semi-Annual - Minimum Rs. 3000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum of 4 instalments. Annual - Minimum Rs. 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum of 4 instalments

Benchmark- S&P BSE Smallcap TRI Index

Dividend Policy- Dividend policy is conditional to the existence of distributable surplus and the AMCs decision. Subject to the approval of the trustees and no returns under the scheme is guaranteed.

Date of allotment- 09.09.2009

AAUM- Rs 2,554.45 cr

AUM- Rs 2,714.33 Cr

Plans available - The scheme has two plans Regular and Direct Plan

SIP - New registration whether separately or cumulatively, through the SIP and STP up to Rs 25,000/- per PAN for monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual basis.

Fund Manager - Mr. R Srinivasan managing this fund from more than 26 years.

Portfolio

Stock Name with % of Total AUM

Axis Bank Ltd. ( 5.07%)

Hawkins Cookers Ltd  (4.34%)

JK Cement Ltd  (4.19%)

Dixon Technologies (India) Ltd  (4.05%)

Relaxo Footwears Ltd. (3.37%)

Tube Investments Of India Ltd. (3.27%)

NIIT Ltd. (3.19%)

Techno Electric & Engineering Company Ltd. (3.07%)

Blue Star Ltd. (2.96%)

How to Apply for Sbi Small Cap Fund

Investors who are willing to subscribe under a Scheme's Direct Plan will have to ensure to indicate “Direct Plan” in the application form against the Scheme name.

Investors should also indicate “Direct” in the application form's ARN row.

Applicants who are willing to apply for SBI Small Cap Fund can apply through the official website of SBI Mutual Fund or else they can also go to their nearest Sbi Branch to get the details for how to apply. There is also a tollfree number that you can call 24*7, and also SMS facility is available to show your purpose to invest.

Sbi Magnum Tax Gain Scheme

It is an open-ended Equity Linked saving scheme with a statutory lock-in period of 3 years with a tax benefit. The scheme's primary objective is to provide the investment gain in an equity portfolio while providing deduction on such investments made in the scheme under Section 80C of the Income-tax Act. 1961. It also aims to distribute income on a regular basis based on the surplus.

Targeted Investors

  • Investors who are seeking long term capital appreciation.
  • Investors who are willing to invest in a portfolio of equity shares, while offering deduction under section 80C of Income-tax Act, 1961.

Asset Allocation

  • Equity/Cumulative Convertible Preference Shares / Fully Convertible Debentures and Bonds instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 80% to a maximum of 100% with a medium risk profile.
  • Money market instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a medium to low-risk profile.

Liquidity

The scheme would provide an investment reimbursement/switch facility (subject to completion of the legal lock-in period of 3 years from the date on allocation) on an ongoing basis of each business day at a relevant NAV according to the reigning exit load.

Investment Strategy

The fund may invest in equity and equity-related instruments as well as debt instruments and money market instruments. Investment shall also be made in Partly Convertible Debentures (PCDs) and bonds including those issued on rights basis subject to the condition that as far as possible the non-convertible portion of the debentures so acquired or subscribed shall be divested within a period of 12 months. The balance funds shall be invested in short term money market instruments or other liquid instruments or both. According to the CBDT guidelines, the Fund will invest at least 80% of the net assets in equity and equity-related instruments.

SIP

Is accessible in online mode as OTM/Debit mandate for weekly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual rates. For investors, the fund proposes SIP at all official Acceptance Point for SBI MF Locations. An investor may invest an amount per frequency under this facility. Such facility would allow the investor to resolve short-term market swings by averaging their investment cost over a span of 6 months to 1 year.

The Scheme offers weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual & Annual Systematic Investment Plan.

Minimum Amount of SIP

Minimum amount for SIP Rs 500 & in multiples of Rs 500

Minimum Installments- The Scheme offers Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual - 6 SIP

Net Asset Value

Reg-Plan-Dividend- 37.6949

Reg-Plan-Growth- 137.4671

Dir-Plan-Dividend- 47.9114

Dir-Plan-Growth- 143.0887

Features of Sbi Magnum Tax Gain Scheme

Date of Allotment- 31/03/1993

AAUM for the Month of September 2019- Rs 6,825.60 Cr

AUM as on September 30th 2019- 7,022.33 Cr

Benchmark: S&P BSE 500

Exit Load- NIL

Entry Load- N.A

Plans Available- Regular, Direct

Options- Growth, Dividend

Minimum Investment
Rs 500 & in multiples of Rs 500

Additional Investment

Rs 500 & in multiples of Rs 500 (subject to a lock-in period of 3 years from the date of allotment).

Portfolio Classification by Industry Allocation(%)

  • Financial Services- 38.60
  • Energy- 9.29
  • Consumer Goods- 7.94
  • IT- 7.74
  • Industrial Manufacturing- 6.59
  • Construction- 5.49
  • Cement & Cement Products- 5.28
  • Pharma- 4.52
  • Automobile- 3.81
  • Telecom- 2.78
  • Metals- 1.81
  • Fertilisers & Pesticides- 1.59
  • Services- 0.98
  • Healthcare Services- 0.59
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin
  • And Others- 3.00

Top 10 Portfolio with % of Total AUM

  • HDFC Bank Ltd- 7.05
  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 6.35
  • Axis Bank Ltd- 5.32
  • ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd- 5.09
  • Reliance Industries Ltd- 4.68
  • Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd- 4.67
  • Larsen & Toubro Ltd- 4.39
  • ITC Ltd- 3.43
  • Infosys Ltd- 3.21
  • State Bank Of India- 3.11

Fund Manager

Mr Dinesh Balachandran

SBI Consumption Opportunities Fund

It is an open-ended equity scheme following the consumption theme. The investment objective of the scheme is to provide the investor with the opportunity of long term capital appreciation by investing in a diversified portfolio of equity and equity-related securities in Consumption space. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be achieved.

Asset Allocation

  • Equities and equity-related securities in the Consumption sector (including derivatives and foreign securities) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 80% to a maximum of 100% high-risk profile.
  • Other equities and equity-related instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a high-risk profile.
  • Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Debt instruments (including secularized debt) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a medium risk profile.
  • Money Market Instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a low-risk profile.

Investment Strategy

The fund pursues a bottom-up method for stock picking to choose firms within the region of consumption. The scheme also invests in the stock of the companies that are involved in:-

  • Auto OEM’s
  • Retail
  • Consumer durables
  • Consumer transportation & logistics services
  • Media & entertainment
  • E-commerce
  • Consumer non-durables
  • Textiles
  • Airlines
  • Education services
  • Hotels, resorts & travel services

Where the scheme will invest?

Equity and Equity Related Instruments

  • Equity share is a security that represents an ownership interest in a company.
  • Equity Related Instruments are securities which give the holder of the security right to receive Equity Shares on pre-agreed terms. It includes convertible/optionally convertible/compulsorily convertible preference shares, shares warrants and any other security which has equity component embedded in it.
  • Equity Derivatives

Debt Instruments & Money Market Instruments

  • Certificate of Deposits
  • Commercial Paper
  • Treasury Bills
  • Triparty Repo
  • Securities created and issued by the Central Governments as may be permitted by RBI, securities guaranteed by the Central Governments (including but not limited to coupon-bearing bonds, zero-coupon bonds and treasury bills). Such securities could be fixed-rate, fixed interest rate with put/call option, zero-coupon bond, floating-rate bonds, capital indexed bonds, Fixed Interest security with staggered maturity payment etc
  • Non Convertible Debentures, as well as bonds, are securities issued by companies/institutions promoted/owned by the Central Governments and statutory bodies, which may or may not carry a Central Government guarantee, Public and private sector banks, All India Financial Institutions, Private Sector Companies. These instruments may be secured or unsecured against the assets of the Company and generally issued to meet the short term and long term fund requirements. These instruments include Fixed Interest Security with/without put/call option, floating-rate bonds, zero-coupon bonds.
  • Floating rate debt instruments are debt instruments issued by the central government, corporates, PSUs etc. with coupon reset periodically. The Fund Manager will have the flexibility to invest the debt component into floating-rate debt securities in order to reduce the impact of rising interest rate in the economy
  • Repo (Repurchase Agreement) or Reverse Repo
  • Securitized Debt (SD)/Pass Through Certificate

Foreign Securities

  • Foreign securities including ADRs / GDRs / Foreign equity and debt securities as may be permitted by SEBI/RBI from time to time.
  • Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) & Infrastructure Investment Trust (InvIT)

Net Asset Value in Rs

  • Regular-Plan-Dividend- 71.9212
  • Regular-Plan-Growth- 119.4608
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend- 90.2654
  • Direct-Plan-Growth- 128.2115

Load Structured

  • For exit on or before 30 days from the date of allotment – 0.10%
  • For exit after 30 days from the date of allotment- Nil
  • Entry Load- Nil

SIP

Any Day SIP’ Facility is available for Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual frequencies through electronic mode like OTM / Debit Mandate. Default SIP date will be 10th. In case the SIP due date is a Non-Business Day, then the immediate following Business Day will be considered for SIP processing.

  • Weekly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments.
  • Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum one year
  • Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Semi-Annual - Minimum Rs 3000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments
  • Annual - Minimum Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.

Portfolio Classification by Industry Allocation

  • Consumer Goods- 67.16
  • Services- 12.66
  • Textiles- 8.59
  • Automobile- 6.74
  • Construction- 2.66
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 2.19

Quantitative Data

  • Standard Deviation- 15.66%
  • Beta- 0.86
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.46
  • Portfolio Turnover- 0.33

Features of SBI Consumption Opportunities Fund

  • Date of Allotment- 05/07/1999
  • AAUM for the Month of October 2019- Rs 713.79 Crores
  • AUM as on October 31, 2019- Rs 734.38 Crores
  • Benchmark- Nifty India Consumption (w.e.f. 16 May, 2018)
  • Plans Available- Regular, Direct
  • Options- Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Risk- High

Top 10 Portfolio with % of total AUM

  • Sheela Foam Ltd- 6.65
  • Colgate Palmolive (India) Ltd- 6.32
  • The Indian Hotels Company Ltd- 6.20
  • Asian Paints Ltd- 6.15
  • Hawkins Cookers Ltd- 5.68
  • Jubilant Foodworks Ltd- 5.44
  • Ganesha Ecosphere Ltd- 4.83
  • Emami Ltd- 4.73
  • Marico Ltd- 4.48
  • Greenply Industries Ltd- 3.82

Fund Manager

Mr Saurabh Pant

Managing Since- Jun-2011

Total Experience- Over 11 years

Sbi Magnum Equity ESG Fund

It is an open-ended equity scheme investing in companies following the ESG theme. The primary goal of the scheme is to provide investors with opportunities for long-term growth in capital through active management of investments in a diversified range of companies following Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria, However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be achieved.

Asset Allocation

  • Equity and equity-related instruments following Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria (including derivatives and foreign securities) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 80% to a maximum of 100% with high-risk profile.
  • Other equities and equity-related instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with high-risk profile.
  • Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with medium to high risk profile.
  • Debt instruments (including secularized debt) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a medium risk profile.
  • Money Market Instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with low-risk profile.

Investment Strategy

The scheme is likely to have a comprehensive checklist across parameters from Governance, Social & Environmental aspects of the company’s management of its affairs. The aim of the scheme is to follow the ESG Framework in order to enhance the management practices, culture and risk profile of the company, that would help us to understand the impact on the long-term shareholders. Each security will be scored, using publicly available data, on ESG parameters which can impact or pose risks to the long-term sustainability of the business. External specialist service providers may be sought to enable this. Active weights of security will be determined by the ESG scores. A positive score will enable a positive active weight, and vice-versa. For securities lacking data, the portfolio manager will look to engage with the company. Active weights may be capped to zero.

Portfolio Classification by Industry Allocation

  • Financial Services- 43.47
  • Consumer Goods- 10.23
  • Energy- 10.10
  • IT- 10.08
  • Automobile- 6.20
  • Construction- 4.51
  • Cement & Cement Products- 3.69
  • Telecom- 1.93
  • Metals- 1.67
  • Services- 1.62
  • Industrial Manufacturing- 1.46
  • Pharma – 0.83
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.20
  • Derivatives- 1.01

NAV in Rs

  • Reg-Plan-Dividend- 34.9215
  • Reg-Plan-Growth- 111.6653
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend- 42.2119
  • Direct-Plan-Growth- 117.5936

Load Structure

Entry Load- NIL

Exit Load:-

For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %

For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment – Nil

SIP

Any Day SIP’ Facility is available for Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual frequencies through electronic mode like OTM / Debit Mandate. Default SIP date will be 10th. In case the SIP due date is a Non-Business Day, then the immediate following Business Day will be considered for SIP processing.

  • Weekly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments.
  • Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Semi-Annual - Minimum Rs 3000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.
  • Annual - Minimum Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.

Quantitative Data

  • Standard Deviation- 12.74%
  • Beta- 0.91
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.40
  • Portfolio Turnover- 0.73

Portfolio Classification by Asset Allocation

  • Large Cap- 93.50%
  • Mid Cap- 2.29%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.20%
  • Derivatives- 1.01%

Features of Sbi Magnum Equity ESG Fund

  • Date of Allotment- 01/01/1991
  • AAUM for the Month of October 2019- Rs 2,509.00 Crores
  • AUM as on October 31, 2019- Rs 2,580.54 Crores
  • Benchmark- Nifty 100 ESG Index
  • Plans Available- Regular, Direct
  • Options- Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1
  • Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1
  • Risk- High

Portfolio of Top 10 Stock Name with % of Total AUM

  • HDFC Bank Ltd- 9.04
  • Reliance Industries Ltd- 8.40
  • Bajaj Finance Ltd- 5.70
  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 5.31
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd- 5.18
  • Tata Consultancy Services Ltd- 4.78
  • Larsen & Toubro Ltd- 4.51
  • Infosys Ltd- 4.25
  • Axis Bank Ltd- 4.23
  • State Bank Of India- 3.59

Fund Manager

Mr Ruchit Mehta

Managing Since- May-2018

Total Experience- Over 14 years

Sbi Healthcare Opportunities Fund

It is an open-ended scheme that invests in the healthcare category. The primary goal of the scheme is to provide the investors with the opportunity of long-term capital growth by investing in a diversified portfolio of equity and equity-related securities in the Healthcare sector. 

Asset Allocation

  • Equities and equity-related securities in Healthcare space (including derivatives and foreign securities) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 80% to a maximum of 100% with a high risk profile.
  • Other equities and equity-related instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a high-risk profile.
  • Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with high-risk profile.
  • Debt instruments (including secularized debt) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with medium risk profile.
  • Money Market Instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with low-risk profile.

Investment Strategy

The fund has a strategy of bottom-up approach to stock-picking and choose companies within the healthcare space. The scheme will invest in stocks of companies engaged in:

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Hospitals
  • Medical Equipment
  • Healthcare service providers
  • Biotechnology

NET ASSET VALUE IN Rs

  • Reg-Plan-Dividend- 73.1886
  • Reg-Plan-Growth- 116.1901
  • Dir-Plan-Dividend- 86.9132
  • Dir-Plan-Growth- 125.0927

Portfolio classification by Industry Allocation in %

  • Pharma- 94.06
  • Healthcare Services- 2.88
  • Paper- 0.40
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 2.66

Portfolio classification by Asset Allocation in %

  • Large-Cap- 49.04
  • Smallcap- 17.08
  • Midcap- 30.82
  • Unclassified- 0.40
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 2.66

Quantitative Data

  • Standard Deviation- 16.60%
  • Beta- 0.89
  • Sharpe Ratio- (-0.65)
  • Portfolio Turnover- 0.59

Load Structure

Exit Load- For exit within 15 Days from the date of allotment - 0.50%;

For exit after 15 Days from the date of allotment – Nil

Entry Load- Nil

SIP

Any Day SIP’ Facility is available for Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual frequencies through electronic mode like OTM / Debit Mandate. Default SIP date will be 10th. In case the SIP due date is a Non-Business Day, then the immediate following Business Day will be considered for SIP processing.

  • Weekly – Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments.
  • Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Semi-Annual - Minimum Rs 3000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.
  • Annual - Minimum Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.

Features of Sbi Healthcare Opportunities Fund

  • Date of Allotment- 05/07/1999
  • AAUM for the Month of October 2019- Rs 890.07 Crores
  • AUM as on October 31, 2019- Rs 935.11 Crores
  • Benchmark- S&P BSE HEALTHCARE Index
  • Plans Available- Regular, Direct
  • Options- Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Risk- High

Portfolio of Top 10 Stock Name with % of Total AUM

  • Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd- 12.49
  • Divi's Laboratories Ltd- 10.12
  • Cipla Ltd- 9.97
  • Alkem Laboratories Ltd- 6.40
  • Lupin Ltd- 6.36
  • Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd- 5.12
  • Abbott India Ltd- 5.03
  • Strides Pharma Science Ltd- 4.93
  • Alembic Pharmaceuticals Ltd- 4.70
  • Ajanta Pharma Ltd- 4.49

Fund Manager

Mr Tanmaya Desai

Managing Since- Jun-2011

Total Experience- Over 12 years

Sbi Magnum Mid Cap Fund

It is an open-ended equity scheme mainly invest in mid-cap stocks. The primary goal of the scheme is to provide investors with opportunities for long-term growth in capital along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme by investing predominantly in a well-diversified basket of equity stocks of midcap companies.

Asset Allocation

  • Equity and equity-related instruments of midcap companies (including derivatives) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 65% to a maximum of 100% with high-risk profile.
  • Other equities and equity-related instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 35% with high-risk profile.
  • Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Debt instruments (including secularized debt) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 35% with medium risk profile.
  • Money Market Instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 35% with a low risk profile.

Investment Strategy

The scheme follows a blend of growth and value style of investing. The fund has a bottom-up strategy for stock-picking and choose companies across sectors. The scheme will primarily invest in a diversified portfolio of mid-cap stocks. Mid Cap means 101st to 250th company in terms of full market capitalization. The exposure will be as per limits/classification defined by AMFI/SEBI from time to time.

NAV in Rs

  • Reg-Plan-Dividend- 28.6891
  • Reg-Plan-Growth- 70.2111
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend- 42.4129
  • Direct-Plan-Growth- 74.8093

Portfolio classification by Asset Allocation in %

  • LargeCap- 4.63
  • Smallcap- 25.81
  • Midcap- 66.04
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.52

Portfolio classification by Industry Allocation in %

  • Financial Services- 19.90
  • Industrial Manufacturing- 15.46
  • Fertilisers & Pesticides- 10.86
  • Pharma- 10.43
  • Consumer Goods- 8.60
  • Construction- 8.01
  • Cement & Cement Products- 7.49
  • Energy- 6.84
  • IT- 3.60
  • Automobile- 2.17
  • Services- 2.16
  • Metals- 0.87
  • Chemicals- 0.09
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.52

Quantitative Data

  • Standard Deviation- 15.89%
  • Beta- 0.85
  • Sharpe Ratio (-0.32)
  • Portfolio Turnover- 0.29

SIP

Any Day SIP’ Facility - is available for Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual frequencies through electronic mode like OTM / Debit Mandate. Default SIP date will be 10th. In case the SIP due date is a Non-Business Day, then the immediate following Business Day will be considered for SIP processing.

  • Weekly – Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments
  • Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Semi-Annual - Minimum Rs 3000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 installments.
  • Annual - Minimum Rs 5000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 installments.

Load Structure

Entry Load- Nil

Exit Load

For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %
For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment – Nil

Features of Sbi Magnum Mid Cap Fund

  • Date of Allotment- 29/03/2005
  • AAUM for the Month of October 2019- Rs 3,396.29 Crores
  • AUM as on October 31, 2019- Rs 3,518.20 Crores
  • Benchmark- Nifty Midcap 150
  • Plans Available- Regular, Direct
  • Options- Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000 & in multiples of Re 1
  • Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1
  • Risk- Moderately High

Top 10 Portfolio with % of Total AUM

  • PI Industries Ltd- 7.63
  • Godrej Properties Ltd- 5.93
  • Cholamandalam Investment & Finance
  • Sheela Foam Ltd- 5.50
  • The Ramco Cements Ltd- 4.52
  • Gujarat State Petronet Ltd- 4.26
  • Thermax Ltd- 3.72
  • Carborundum Universal Ltd- 3.68
  • Hexaware Technologies Ltd- 3.60
  • Coromandel International Ltd- 3.23

Fund Manager

Ms Sohini Andani

Managing Since- July-2010

Total Experience- Over 23 years

Sbi Magnum Global Fund

It is an open-ended Equity Scheme investing in companies following the MNC theme. The primary goal of the scheme is to provide the investor with the opportunity of long term capital appreciation by investing in a diversified portfolio comprising primarily of MNC companies

Asset Allocation

  • Equity and equity-related companies within MNC space including derivatives and foreign securities have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 80% to a maximum of 100% with high-risk profile.
  • Other equities and equity-related instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with high-risk profile.
  • Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Debt instruments (including secularized debt) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with medium risk profile.
  • Money Market Instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with low-risk profile.

Investment Strategy

The fund will follow a bottom-up approach to stock-picking and choose companies across sectors/market capitalization which fall under the below-given criteria of MNC

  • Major Shareholding is by foreign entity
  • Indian companies having over 50% turnover from regions outside India
  • Foreign listed Companies

Portfolio classification by Industry Allocation in %

  • Consumer Goods- 37.33
  • Industrial Manufacturing- 21.26
  • Pharma- 10.80
  • Automobile- 6.38
  • Cement & Cement Products- 5.68
  • Chemicals- 3.98
  • Services- 3.75
  • Fertilisers & Pesticides- 3.46
  • IT- 1.37
  • Metals- 1.30
  • Financial Services- 0.06
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 4.63

Portfolio classification by Asset Allocation in %

  • Large Cap- 56.83
  • Smallcap- 21.16
  • Midcap- 17.28
  • Unclassified- 0.10
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 4.63

NAV in Rs

  • Reg-Plan-Dividend- 55.4639
  • Reg-Plan-Growth- 181.5566
  • Dir-Plan-Dividend- 68.5089
  • Dir-Plan-Growth- 191.9231

Quantitative Data

  • Standard Deviation- 14.04%
  • Beta- 0.72
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.19
  • Portfolio Turnover- 0.32

SIP

Any Day SIP’ Facility - is available for Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual frequencies through electronic mode like OTM / Debit Mandate. Default SIP date will be 10th. In case the SIP due date is a Non-Business Day, then the immediate following Business Day will be considered for SIP processing.

  • Weekly – Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments
  • Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Semi-Annual - Minimum Rs 3000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.
  • Annual - Minimum Rs 5000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.

Load Structure

Entry Load: N.A

Exit Load:

For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%;

For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment – Nil

Features of Sbi Magnum Global Fund

  • Date of Allotment- 30/09/1994
  • AAUM for the Month of October 2019- Rs 3,721.52 Crores
  • AUM as on October 31, 2019- Rs 3,831.86 Crores
  • Benchmark: Nifty MNC
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000 & in multiples of Re 1
  • Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1
  • Risk- High

Top 10 Portfolio with % of Total AUM

  • Colgate Palmolive (India) Ltd- 8.86
  • Nestle India Ltd- 5.67
  • Hindustan Unilever Ltd- 5.63
  • ABB India Ltd- 5.25
  • GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Ltd- 4.81
  • Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care Ltd- 4.24
  • SKF India Ltd- 3.91
  • Ambuja Cements Ltd- 3.90
  • Maruti Suzuki India Ltd- 3.80
  • Grindwell Norton Ltd- 3.70

Fund Manager

Mr Anup Upadhyay (w.e.f May 5, 2018)

Managing Since: May-2018

Total Experience: Over 13 year

Sbi Large and Mid Cap Fund

It is an open-ended equity scheme investing in both large-cap and mid-cap stocks. The primary goal of the scheme is to provide the investor with the opportunity of long term capital appreciation by investing in a diversified portfolio comprising predominantly large-cap and mid-cap companies.

Asset Allocation

  • Equity and equity-related companies within MNC space including derivatives and foreign securities have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 80% to a maximum of 100% with high-risk profile.
  • Other equities and equity-related instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a high-risk profile.
  • Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Debt instruments (including secularized debt) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a medium risk profile.
  • Money Market Instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a low risk profile.

Investment Strategy

The scheme follows a blend of growth and value style of investing. The fund will follow a combination of top-down and bottom-up approach to stock picking and choose companies across sectors. The scheme will invest in a diversified portfolio of large-cap and mid-cap stocks. Large Cap: 1st -100th company in terms of full market capitalization. Mid Cap:101st to 250th company in terms of full market capitalization. 

Portfolio classification by Industry Allocation in %

  • Financial Services- 30.14
  • Consumer Goods- 12.50
  • Industrial Manufacturing- 8.39
  • Energy- 6.81
  • Automobile- 5.91
  • Services- 5.81
  • Cement & Cement Products- 5.36
  • IT- 4.96
  • Construction- 4.82
  • Pharma- 4.23
  • Telecom- 3.40
  • Fertilisers & Pesticides- 3.25
  • Chemicals- 0.43
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.99

Portfolio classification by Asset Allocation in %

  • Large Cap- 44.69
  • Smallcap- 15.36
  • Midcap- 35.96
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.99

NAV in Rs

  • Reg-Plan-Dividend: 101.1984
  • Reg-Plan-Growth: 224.0242
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 120.9450
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 232.0551

Quantitative Data

  • Standard Deviation- 13.56%
  • Beta- 0.88
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.25
  • Portfolio Turnover- 0.71

SIP

Any Day SIP’ Facility - is available for Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual frequencies through electronic mode like OTM / Debit Mandate. Default SIP date will be 10th. In case the SIP due date is a Non Business Day, then the immediate following Business Day will be considered for SIP processing.

  • Weekly – Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments
  • Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Semi Annual - Minimum Rs 3000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 installments.
  • Annual - Minimum Rs 5000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 installments.

Load Structure
Entry Load: N.A

Exit Load:

For exit on or before 30 days from the date of allotment – 0.10%

For exit after 30 days from the date of allotment- Nil

Features of Sbi Large and Mid Cap Fund

  • Date of Allocation- 28/02/1993
  • AAUM for the Month of October 2019- Rs 2,647.17 Crores
  • AUM as on October 31, 2019- Rs 2,752.07 Crores
  • Benchmark: NIFTY LargeMidCap 250
  • Plans Available- Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Risk- Moderately High

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

  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 5.89
  • Axis Bank Ltd- 5.08
  • HDFC Bank Ltd- 4.47
  • The Indian Hotels Company Ltd- 3.59
  • Larsen & Toubro Ltd- 3.48
  • Bharti Airtel Ltd- 3.40
  • PI Industries Ltd- 3.25
  • Jubilant Foodworks Ltd- 3.05
  • JK Cement Ltd- 2.86

State Bank Of India- 2.84

Fund Manager

Mr Saurabh Pant

Managing Since: Sep-2016

Total Experience Over 11 years

Sbi Technology Opportunities Fund

It is an open-ended equity scheme investing in technology and technology-related sectors. The primary goal of the scheme is to provide the investor with the opportunity of long term capital appreciation by investing in a diversified portfolio of equity and equity-related securities in technology and technology-related companies.

Asset Allocation

  • Equities and equity-related securities in technology and technology-related securities (including derivatives and foreign securities) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 80% to a maximum of 100% with high-risk profile.
  • Other equities and equity-related instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with high-risk profile.
  • Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Debt instruments (including secularized debt) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a medium risk profile.
  • Money Market Instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with low-risk profile.

Investment Strategy

The fund will follow a bottom-up approach to stock-picking and invest in companies which give benefit from development, use and advancement of technology. Below mentioned are the industry in which the scheme will invest:

  • Technology services
  • IT management
  • Software Industries
  • Software Companies
  • Data and IT Infrastructure services including Cloud computing
  • Mobile computing infrastructure Internet technology-enabled services
  • E-Commerce Industry
  • Electronic technology, including computers, computer products, and electronic components
  • Telecommunications, including networking, wireless, and wireline services, equipment and support
  • Media and information services, including the distribution of information and content providers IT products, hardware and components like PCs, Laptops, Servers, Chips, Semi-conductors etc.

Portfolio classification by Industry Allocation in %

  • IT- 84.82
  • Telecom- 10.95
  • Media And Entertainment- 0.25
  • Services- 0.10
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.88

Portfolio classification by Asset Allocation in %

  • Large Cap- 79.68
  • Smallcap- 10.84
  • Unclassified- 5.60
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.88

NAV In Rs

  • Reg-Plan-Dividend- 39.3025
  • Reg-Plan-Growth- 65.3175
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend- 49.6289
  • Direct-Plan-Growth- 69.8669

Quantitative Data

  • Standard Deviation- 12.97%
  • Beta- 0.83
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.66
  • Portfolio Turnover- 0.49

SIP

Any Day SIP’ Facility - is available for Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual frequencies through electronic mode like OTM / Debit Mandate. Default SIP date will be 10th. In case the SIP due date is a Non-Business Day, then the immediate following Business Day will be considered for SIP processing.

  • Weekly – Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments
  • Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Semi-Annual - Minimum Rs 3000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.
  • Annual - Minimum Rs 5000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.

Load Structure
Entry Load: N.A

Exit Load:

For exit within 15 Days from the date of allotment – 0.50%

For exit after 15 days from the date of allotment- Nil

Features of Sbi Technology Opportunities Fund

  • Date of Allocation- 05/07/1999
  • AAUM for the Month of October 2019- Rs 154.87 Crores
  • AUM as on October 31, 2019- Rs 156.46 Crores
  • Benchmark- S&P BSE Teck
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Risk- High

Top 10 Portfolio with % of total AUM as on 31stc October 2019

  • Tata Consultancy Services Ltd- 27.16
  • Infosys Ltd- 19.74
  • Bharti Airtel Ltd- 10.95
  • HCL Technologies Ltd- 10.57
  • Oracle Financial Services Software Ltd- 5.12
  • NIIT Ltd- 4.62
  • Tech Mahindra Ltd- 3.53
  • Alphabet Inc- 3.10
  • Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd- 2.61
  • Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation- 2.40

Fund Manager

Mr Anup Upadhyay

Managing Since: Jun-2011

Total Experience: Over 13 years

SBI Banking and Financial Services Fund

It is an open-ended Equity Scheme investing in Banking and Financial Services sector. The primary goal of the scheme is to provide long-term capital appreciation to unit holders from a portfolio that is invested predominantly in equity and equity-related securities of companies engaged in banking and financial services.

Investment Strategy

The Scheme aims to maximize long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in equity and equity-related securities of companies participate in Banking and Financial Services. The classification of Financial service companies will be largely guided by AMFI sector classification. The indicative list of the industry under financial services includes:

  • Housing Finance
  • Micro Finance
  • Stock broking & Allied
  • Wealth Management
  • Rating Agencies
  • Asset Management Companies
  • Insurance Companies
  • Stock/ Commodities Exchange
  • Other NBFC’s
  • Any other company which may derive 70% or more of its revenue from companies engaged in financial services

Asset Allocation

  • Equities and equity-related securities of companies engaged in banking & financial services have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 80% to a maximum of 100% with a high risk profile.
  • Other equities and equity-related instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with high-risk profile.
  • Units issued by REIT/InVIT have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 10% with medium to high-risk profile.
  • Debt instruments (including secularized debt) have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with a medium risk profile.
  • Money Market Instruments have an indicative asset allocation of a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 20% with low risk profile.

Portfolio classification by Industry Allocation in %

  • Financial Services- 98.63
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 1.37

Portfolio classification by Asset Allocation in %

  • Large Cap- 81.61
  • Midcap- 17.02
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 1.37

NAV in Rs

  • Reg-Plan-Dividend: 17.0551
  • Reg-Plan-Growth: 18.9947
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 17.7460
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 19.8619

Portfolio Characteristics

  • Standard Deviation- 17.71%
  • Beta- 0.99
  • Sharpe Ratio- 0.64
  • Portfolio Turnover- 1.95

SIP

Any Day SIP’ Facility - is available for Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual frequencies through electronic mode like OTM / Debit Mandate. Default SIP date will be 10th. In case the SIP due date is a Non-Business Day, then the immediate following Business Day will be considered for SIP processing.

  • Weekly – Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments
  • Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Semi Annual - Minimum Rs 3000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.
  • Annual - Minimum Rs 5000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 instalments.

Load Structure

Entry Load: N.A

Exit Load:

For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment – 1.00%

For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment- Nil

Features of SBI Banking and Financial Services Fund

  • Date of Allocation- 26/02/2015
  • AAUM for the Month of October 2019- Rs 1,139.49 Crores
  • AUM as on October 31, 2019- Rs 1,195.66 Crores
  • Benchmark: Nifty Financial Services Index
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Additional Investment- Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Risk- High

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

  • HDFC Bank Ltd- 24.39
  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 13.34
  • State Bank Of India- 8.84
  • Axis Bank Ltd- 8.56
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd- 8.37
  • ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Ltd- 6.01
  • AU Small Finance Bank Ltd- 5.95
  • ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd- 5.12
  • Bajaj Finance Ltd- 3.10
  • Muthoot Finance Ltd- 2.65

Fund Manager

Mr. Milind Agrawal

Managing Since: Aug-2019

Total Experience: Over 8 years

Sbi Magnum Multicap Fund

Type of Scheme- An open-ended Equity Scheme investing across large cap, mid cap, small cap stocks.

Scheme Objective- The primary goal of the scheme is to generate long-term growth in capital along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme through an active management of investments in a diversified basket of equity stocks spanning the entire market capitalization spectrum and in debt and money market instruments.

NAV

  • Regular-Plan-Dividend: 22.7170
  • Regular-Plan-Growth: 50.7433
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 26.9271
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 53.8742

Top 5 Sector Holding

  • Financial Services- 35.05
  • Consumer Goods- 11.76
  • Energy- 11.09
  • IT- 7.82
  • Automobile- 5.58

Top 5 Holding Equity

  • HDFC Bank Ltd- 9.01
  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 6.78
  • Tata Consultancy Services Ltd- 4.81
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd- 4.32
  • Axis Bank Ltd- 3.87

SIP

  • Weekly – Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments
  • Monthly - Minimum Rs 1000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum Rs 500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Quarterly - Minimum Rs 1500 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for minimum one year.
  • Semi Annual - Minimum Rs 3000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 installments.
  • Annual - Minimum Rs 5000 & in multiples of Re 1 thereafter for a minimum of 4 installments.

Portfolio Classification as per Asset Allocation (%)

  • Large Cap- 67.34
  • Smallcap- 11.98
  • Midcap- 17.20
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.48

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 29/09/2005
  • AAUM- Rs 8,363.00 Crores
  • AUM- Rs 8,316.89 Crores
  • Benchmark: S&P BSE 500 Index
  • Entry Load- NA
  • Exit Load- For exit on or before 30 days from the date of allotment - 0.10%
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options; Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Investment: Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Additional Investment: Rs 1000 & in multiples of Rs 1
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager- Mr Anup Upadhyay

Sbi Bluechip Fund

Type of Scheme- An open-ended Equity Scheme investing across large cap stocks

Scheme Objective- To generate opportunities for long-term growth in capital through an active management of investments in a diversified basket of large-cap equity stocks

NAV in Rs

  • Regular-Plan-Dividend: 23.5050
  • Regular-Plan-Growth: 41.3176
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 28.5199
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 43.9304

Top 10 Sector Holding

  • Financial Services; 41.65
  • Consumer Goods: 9.36
  • Energy: 8.92
  • Automobile: 7.51
  • Construction: 6.84
  • IT: 4.94
  • Pharma: 3.91
  • Cement & Cement Products: 3.84
  • Industrial Manufacturing: 3.65
  • Metals: 1.21

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • HDFC Bank Ltd- 9.76
  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 7.02
  • ITC Ltd- 4.38
  • Larsen & Toubro Ltd- 4.28
  • Nestle India Ltd- 3.91
  • Axis Bank Ltd- 3.81
  • Reliance Industries Ltd- 3.81
  • HDFC Ltd- 3.73
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd- 3.51
  • State Bank Of India- 3.47

Portfolio Classification as per Asset Allocation (%)

  • Large Cap- 82.85
  • Midcap- 9.58
  • Smallcap- 0.86
  • Derivatives- 2.51
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 4.20

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 14/02/2006
  • AAUM- Rs 23,483.47 Crores
  • AUM- Rs 23,483.55 Crores
  • Benchmark: S&P BSE 100 Index
  • Entry Load: N.A
  • Exit Load- 1% from the date of allocation
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Investment- Rs 1000
  • Risk- Moderately High
  • Fund Manager: Ms. Sohini Andani

Sbi Magnum Comma Fund

Type of Scheme- An open-ended Equity Scheme investing in commodity and commodity-related sectors

Scheme Objective- To provide opportunities for growth along with the possibility of consistent returns by investing predominantly in a portfolio of stocks of companies engaged in the commodity and commodity-related businesses.

NAV in Rs

  • Reg-Plan-Dividend: 21.1284
  • Reg-Plan-Growth: 37.2258
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 22.1822
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 38.9796

Top 5 Sector Holding

  • Energy- 36.85
  • Chemicals- 20.91
  • Metals- 18.28
  • Cement & Cement Products- 13.12
  • Fertilisers & Pesticides- 4.70

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • Reliance Industries Ltd- 8.61
  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd- 7.41
  • Fine Organic Industries Ltd- 6.51
  • Neogen Chemicals Ltd- 5.20
  • Ultratech Cement Ltd- 5.07
  • Shree Cement Ltd- 5.00
  • Deepak Nitrite Ltd- 4.74
  • PI Industries Ltd- 4.70
  • Indian Oil Corporation Ltd- 4.58
  • Camlin Fine Sciences Ltd- 4.46

Portfolio Classification as per Asset Allocation (%)

  • Large Cap- 53.20
  • Midcap- 11.99
  • Smallcap- 28.67
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 6.14

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 08/08/2005
  • Monthly AUM- Rs 252.11 Crores
  • Monthly AAUM- Rs 255.52 Crores
  • Benchmark: Nifty Commodities Index
  • Entry Load- NA
  • Exit Load- For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Risk- High
  • Fund Manager- Mr. Richard D'souza

Sbi Infrastructure Fund

Type of Scheme- An open-ended Equity Scheme investing in infrastructure and allied sectors

Scheme Objective- To generate investors with opportunities for long-term growth in capital through active management of investments in a diversified basket of equity stocks of companies directly or indirectly involved in the infrastructure growth in the Indian economy and in debt & money market instruments.

NAV in Rs

  • Regular-Plan-Dividend: 14.1288
  • Regular-Plan-Growth: 15.8831
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 14.6673
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 16.5729

Top 5 Sector Holding

  • Industrial Manufacturing: 24.02
  • Energy: 22.13
  • Construction: 16.08
  • Financial Services: 13.07
  • Telecom: 8.77

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • Reliance Industries Ltd: 10.22%
  • Larsen & Toubro Ltd: 10.14%
  • Bharti Airtel Ltd: 8.77%
  • Timken India Ltd: 5.15%
  • ELGI Equipments Ltd: 4.64%
  • ICICI Bank Ltd: 4.09%
  • Kennametal India Ltd: 4.06%
  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd: 3.96%
  • The Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd: 3.55%
  • JMC Projects (India) Ltd: 3.49%

Portfolio Classification as per Asset Allocation (%)

  • Large Cap- 55.16
  • Midcap- 9.48
  • Smallcap- 33.91
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 1.45

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 06/07/2007
  • Monthly AUM- Rs 500.65 Cr
  • Monthly AAUM- Rs 498.77 Cr
  • Benchmark: Nifty Infrastructure Index
  • Entry Load- NA
  • Exit Load- 1% for exit within 1 year from the date of allotment
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, DividendMrs. Nidhi Chawla
  • Minimum SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Amount- Rs 1000
  • Risk- High
  • Fund Manager- Mrs. Nidhi Chawla

Sbi PSU Fund

Scheme Type- An open ended equity scheme investing in PSU/PSU subsidiaries sector

Scheme Objective- To generate investors with opportunities for long-term growth in capital along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme through an active management of investments in a diversified basket of equity stocks of domestic Public Sector Undertakings (and their subsidiaries) and in debt and money market instruments issued by PSUs and others.

NAV in Rs

  • Reg-Plan-Dividend: 10.5293
  • Reg-Plan-Growth: 10.5307
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 10.9446
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 10.9648

Top 5 Sector Holding

  • Energy- 31.78%
  • Financial Services- 27.63%
  • Industrial Manufacturing- 12.55%
  • Services- 9.49%
  • Metals- 7.38

Portfolio Classification By Asset Allocation

  • Large Cap- 59.87%
  • Smallcap- 15.53%
  • Midcap- 10.26%
  • Unclassified- 6.08%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 8.26%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • State Bank Of India- 12.44%
  • Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Ltd- 7.69%
  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd- 6.63%
  • Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd- 6.21%
  • Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Ltd- 6.08%
  • Can Fin Homes Ltd- 4.93%
  • Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd- 4.91%
  • Bharat Electronics Ltd- 4.86%
  • Indian Oil Corporation Ltd- 4.33%
  • NMDC Ltd- 4.08%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 07/07/2010
  • Monthly AAUM as on las day- Rs 170.77 Cr
  • Monthly AUM as on last day- Rs 169.69 Cr
  • Benchmark- S&P BSE PSU INDEX
  • Entry Load- NA
  • Exit Load- 1% for exit within 1 year from the date of allotment
  • Plans : Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Monthly SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment- Rs 5000
  • Additional Investment- Rs 1000
  • Risk- High
  • Fund Manager- Mr. Richard D'souza

SBI Equity Minimum Variance Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended Equity Scheme following minimum variance theme

Scheme Objective- To seek long term capital appreciation by investing in a diversified basket of companies in Nifty 50 Index while aiming for minimizing the portfolio volatility.

Category: Equity-Thematic

NAV in Rs

  • Regular-Plan-Dividend: 10.1729
  • Regular-Plan-Growth: 10.1728
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 10.2015
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 10.2014

Portfolio Classification By Asset Allocation

  • Large Cap- 100.14%
  • Derivatives- 1.67%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others: (-1.81%)

Top 10 Sector Holding

  • IT- 35.81%
  • Consumer Goods- 15.65%
  • Financial Services- 10.80%
  • Pharma- 10.44%
  • Energy- 7.83%
  • Automobile- 6.42%
  • Metals- 5.15%
  • Telecom- 2.27%
  • Cement & Cement Products- 1.99%
  • Media And Entertainment- 1.04%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • HCL Technologies Ltd- 8.40%
  • Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd- 8.27%
  • Britannia Industries Ltd- 7.86%
  • Wipro Ltd- 7.79%
  • Tata Consultancy Services Ltd- 7.74%
  • Infosys Ltd- 6.90%
  • Tech Mahindra Ltd- 4.98%
  • Hindustan Unilever Ltd- 4.02%
  • Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd- 1.91%
  • Yes Bank Ltd- 1.36%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 02/03/2019
  • Monthly Average AUM as on last day- Rs 49.90 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 48.90 Cr
  • Benchmark: Nifty 50 Index
  • Entry Load: N.A
  • Exit Load- 1% for exit within 1 year from the date of allotment
  • Minimum Monthly SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Additional Purchase Amount- Rs 1000
  • Risk- High
  • Fund Manager- Mr. Raviprakash Sharma

SBI Credit Risk Fund

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

Category- Debt Credit Risk Fund

Investment Objective- To provide the investors with an opportunity to predominantly invest in corporate bonds rated AA and below(excluding AA+ rated corporate bonds) so as to generate best returns while maintaining moderate liquidity in the portfolio through investment in money market securities.

NAV in Rs as on last day

  • Regular-Plan-Dividend: 14.1973
  • Regular-Plan-Daily Dividend: 10.4295
  • Regular-Plan-Growth: 30.9300
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 15.2317
  • Direct-Plan-Daily Dividend: 10.4299
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 32.2357

Portfolio Classification By Asset Allocation

  • Non Convertible Debentures- 80.98%
  • Zero Coupon Bonds- 15.76%
  • Commercial Papers- 0.02%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 3.24%

Portfolio Classification By Rating Class

  • AAA and Equivalent- 23.45%
  • Below AA- 40.53%
  • AA+: 4.56%
  • AA: 28.20%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others: 3.24%
  • A1+: 0.02%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • NABARD: 4.42%
  • Bharat Aluminium Company Ltd: 3.88%
  • Sadbhav Engineering Ltd: 3.73%
  • Embassy Office Parks Reit: 3.64%
  • Tata Realty And Infrastructure Ltd: 3.61%
  • Nirma Ltd: 3.23%
  • Syndicate Bank: 3.23%
  • Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd: 3.19%
  • Gateway Distriparks Ltd: 2.99%
  • Sunbeam Lightweighting Solutions Pvt. Ltd: 2.96%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 17/07/2014
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 5,142.04 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 5,107.38 Cr
  • Benchmark: CRISIL Composite Credit Risk Index
  • Entry Load: N.A
  • Exit Load- For units in excess of 8% of the investment,3% will be charged for redemption within 365 days
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Monthly SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- RS 1000
  • Modified Duration: 1.89 year
  • Average Maturity: 2.41 year
  • Yield to Maturity: 8.66%
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Mr. Lokesh Mallya & Ms. Mansi Sajeja

SBI Magnum Gilt Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended Debt Scheme predominantly investing in government securities across maturity.

Category- Gilt Fund

Investment Objective- To generate returns to the investors generated through investments in Government securities issued by the Central Government and/or State Government(s).

NAV in Rs (as on last day)

  • PF-Fixed Period-1 Year-Dividend: 14.0704
  • PF-Fixed Period-2 Year-Dividend: 14.2428
  • PF-Fixed Period-3 Year-Dividend: 13.8060
  • PF-Regular Dividend; 14.7161
  • PF-Fixed Period-3 Year-Growth: 26.9157
  • PF-Regular Growth: 28.8077
  • Reg-Plan-Dividend: 14.5196
  • Reg-Plan-Growth: 44.8768
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 15.4961
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 46.2803

Portfolio Classification By Asset Allocation

  • Government Securities- 86.98%
  • Treasury Bills- 7.82%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, Derivative Margin and Others- 5.20%

Portfolio Holding (as on last day)

  • Government Of India- 86.98%
  • 91 Day T-Bill 30.01.20- 7.82%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 30/12/2000
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 1,926.68 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 1,902.24 Cr
  • Benchmark: CRISIL Dynamic Gilt index
  • Entry Load: N.A
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Monthly SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- RS 1000
  • Modified Duration: 5.88 year
  • Average Maturity: 8.68 year
  • Yield to Maturity: 6.47%
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Mr. Dinesh Ahuja, (Managing Since: Jan-2011)

SBI Magnum Constant Maturity Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended Debt Scheme predominantly investing in government securities having a constant maturity of around 10 year

Scheme Category- Debt-Gilt Fund

Investment Objective- To generate returns to the investors generated through investments predominantly in Government securities issued by the Central Government and/or State Government such that the Average Maturity of the portfolio is around 10 years.

NAV in Rs as on last day

  • Regular-Plan-Dividend: 14.6399
  • Regular-Plan-Growth: 44.7105
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 14.9608
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 45.6906

Portfolio Classification By Asset Allocation

  • Government Securities- 91.94%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, And Others- 8.06%

Portfolio Holding as on last day

  • Government Of India- 91.94%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, And Others- 8.06%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 30/12/2000
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 494.15 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 500.77 Cr
  • Benchmark: Crisil 10 Year Gilt Index
  • Entry Load: N.A
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Monthly SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- RS 1000
  • Modified Duration: 6.40 year
  • Average Maturity: 9.84 year
  • Yield to Maturity: 6.67%
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Mr Mahak Khabia (Managing Since: May-2018)

SBI Banking and PSU Fund

Type of Scheme- An open ended debt scheme predominantly investing in debt instruments of Banks, Public Sector Undertakings, Public Finance Institutions and Municipal Corporates.

Investment Objective- The scheme seeks to provide regular income through a judicious mix of portfolio comprising predominantly debt and money market securities of Banks, Public Sector Undertakings, Public Financial Institutions and Municipal bodies.

NAV in Rs as on last day

  • Regular-Plan-Dividend: 1,033.9474
  • Regular-Plan-Growth: 2,228.1039
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 1,094.0627
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 1,032.6746

Portfolio Classification By Asset Allocation

  • Non Convertible Debentures- 82.40%
  • Government Securities- 10.57%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, And Others- 7.03%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding as on last day

  • National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development- 7.40%
  • Power Finance Corporation Ltd- 7.16%
  • Air India Assets Holding Ltd- 6.59%
  • REC Ltd- 5.57%
  • Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd- 5.42%
  • Small Industries Development Bank Of India- 4.46%
  • ONGC Petro Additions Ltd- 4.40%
  • Allahabad Bank- 4.29%
  • ICICI Bank Ltd- 4.16%
  • State Bank Of India- 3.99%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 09/10/2009
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 3,351.95 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 3,422.83 Cr
  • Benchmark: NIFTY Banking and PSU Debt Index
  • Entry Load: N.A
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Monthly SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- RS 1000
  • Modified Duration: 2.67 year
  • Average Maturity: 3.40 year
  • Yield to Maturity: 7.06 %
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Mr. Rajeev Radhakrishnan

SBI Magnum Medium Duration 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- Debt- Medium Duration Fund

Investment Objective- To provide investors an opportunity to generate attractive returns with moderate

degree of liquidity through investments in debt and money market instruments such that the Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 3 years – 4 years.

NAV in Rs as on last day

  • Regular-Plan-Dividend: 13.5828
  • Regular-Plan-Growth: 35.0417
  • Direct-Plan-Dividend: 14.3089
  • Direct-Plan-Growth: 36.1822

Portfolio Classification By Asset Allocation

  • Non Convertible Debentures- 63.17%
  • Government Securities- 13.51%
  • Zero Coupon Bonds- 6.23%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, And Others- 17.09%

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • Power Finance Corporation Ltd- 6.67%
  • NABARD- 5.92%
  • State Bank Of India- 4.52%
  • Air India Assets Holding Ltd- 4.06%
  • Tata Power Company Ltd- 3.49%
  • Syndicate Bank- 3.29%
  • Tata Motors Ltd- 2.92%
  • Allahabad Bank- 2.87%
  • Zydus Wellness Ltd- 2.73%
  • Manappuram Finance Ltd- 2.39%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 12/11/2003
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 2,369.11 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 2,478.87 Cr
  • Benchmark: NIFTY Medium Duration Debt Index
  • Entry Load: N.A
  • Exit Load- 1.50%
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Monthly SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- RS 1000
  • Modified Duration: 2.81 year
  • Average Maturity: 3.91 year
  • Yield to Maturity: 7.69 %
  • Risk- Moderate
  • Fund Manager- Mr. Dinesh Ahuja

SBI Magnum 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- Debt Low Duration Fund

Investment Objective- To provide investors with an opportunity to gain regular income with a reasonable degree of liquidity through investments in debt and money market instruments in such a manner that the Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 6 months and 12 months.

Portfolio Classification By Asset Allocation

  • Non Convertible Debentures- 54.39%
  • Certificate Of Deposits- 16.27%
  • Commercial Papers- 7.61%
  • Zero Coupon Bonds- 7.12%
  • Discounted Securitised Debt- 6.59%
  • State Development Loans- 3.38%
  • Cash, Cash Equivalents, And Others- 4.64%

Month end NAV in Rs

  • Institutional-Daily Dividend- 1013.6189
  • Institutional-Growth- 2606.8157
  • Institutional-Weekly Dividend- 1011.6984
  • Reg-Plan-Daily Dividend- 1013.9646
  • Reg-Plan-Fortnightly Dividend- 1028.4885
  • Reg-Plan-Growth- 2561.7162
  • Reg-Plan-Monthly Dividend- 1133.4964
  • Reg-Plan-Weekly Dividend- 1013.9716
  • Dir-Plan-Daily Dividend- 1014.0414
  • Dir-Plan-Fortnightly Dividend- 1028.5064
  • Dir-Plan-Growth- 2585.2233
  • Dir-Plan-Monthly Dividend- 1158.6519
  • Dir-Plan-Weekly Dividend- 1015.6519

Top 10 Portfolio Holding

  • Power Finance Corporation Ltd- 8.83%
  • REC Ltd- 6.30%
  • HDFC Ltd- 5.62%
  • LIC Housing Finance Ltd- 3.85%
  • Indian Bank- 3.79%
  • Bank Of India- 3.78%
  • NABARD- 3.52%
  • Reliable Devices Trust- 3.47%
  • NTPC Ltd- 3.29%
  • Bank Of Baroda- 3.13%

Fund Management

  • Date of Allocation- 27/7/2007
  • Monthly Average AUM- Rs 8,717.31 Cr
  • AUM as on last day- Rs 8,479.97 Cr
  • Benchmark: NIFTY Low Duration Debt Index
  • Entry Load: N.A
  • Exit Load- Nil
  • Plans Available: Regular, Direct
  • Options: Growth, Dividend
  • Minimum Monthly SIP- Rs 1000
  • Minimum Investment Amount- Rs 5000
  • Minimum Additional Purchase- RS 1000
  • Modified Duration: 0.83 year
  • Average Maturity: 0.92 year
  • Yield to Maturity: 6.37 %
  • Risk- Moderately Low
  • Fund Manager- Mr Rajeev Radhakrishnan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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