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This All Seasons Bond Fund (FoF) Has Offered 20.02% Returns On SIP In 5 Years


Long-term mutual fund investing is regarded as one of the finest strategies to build wealth at a rate that outpaces inflation. However, there are a few key considerations that an investor should make while selecting a mutual fund plan. One type of mutual fund that is gaining popularity is the Fund of Fund (FoF). An FoF structure that invests in our debt schemes up to short-term funds at the moment.


IDFC All Seasons Bond Fund - Direct Plan-Growth

IDFC All Seasons Bond Fund - Direct Plan-Growth

This was launched on 13 September 2004. It is a short-duration debt Fund of Funds(FoF) scheme from the IDFC Mutual Fund. The fund's Asset Under Management as on Rs 158.03 Crore, and the NAV of the fund is Rs 36.9939 declared on 25th March 2022. The Fund's expense ratio is 0.15%, which is below compared to its category average expense ratio. This fund has zero exit load (w.e.f 11 November 2020). It is a moderate risk FoF. The scheme is suited for a 'Core' debt allocation with a minimum investment horizon of two years. An open-ended fund of fund plan that invests in IDFC Mutual Fund's debt-oriented mutual fund schemes (including liquid and money market schemes). A scheme has a significant risk of interest rate hikes but a minimal credit risk. This fund is managed by Mr. Harshal Joshi since 15 August 2016. 

Absolute And Annualised Returns

Absolute And Annualised Returns

Lump-Sum Investment Returns

Investment TenureAbsolute ReturnsAnnualised Returns
1 Year4.39%4.39%
2 Year16.96%8.14%
3 Year25.10%7.74%
5 Year43.28%7.45%
Since Inception106.67%8.31%

SIP Returns

SIP TenureAbsolute ReturnsAnnualised Returns
1 Year2.04%3.81%
2 Year4.98%4.76%
3 Year9.79%4.76%
5 Year20.02%7.24%


The fund's credit record is excellent, suggesting that it has lent to high-quality customers. Because most funds in this category lend to stronger borrowers, the risk of default is higher in this fund than in others in the category. IDFC Banking Debt Fund - Direct Plan, IDFC Super Saver Income Fund - Short Term Plan - Direct Plan, and IDFC Corporate Bond Direct-G are the fund's top holdings.

Top Holding

Name of HoldingAsset Class% to NAV
IDFC Banking & PSU Debt Fund - Direct Growth62.29%
IDFC Bond Fund -Short Term Plan Direct Plan-Growth31.09%
IDFC Corporate Bond Fund - Direct Growth6.68%


Mutual fund investments are subject to market risk. Read all scheme-related documents, and Terms and Conditions carefully before investing. The above-mentioned information is purely informational and doesn't guarantee any return. The Greynium Information Technologies and the Author are not liable for any losses caused as a result of a decision based on the article.

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Story first published: Saturday, March 26, 2022, 18:42 [IST]
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