1 Year Return
as 17th Jan 2020
Min. SIP Amount
Profit (absolute return)
Min Lumpsum Amount
1.00% if redeemed within 12 months.
|Fund Managers||Prashant Jain, Chirag Dagli|
|Legal Structure||Open Ended Investment Company|
|Risk Level||Moderately High risk|
|ICICI Bank Ltd||8.97%|
|Reliance Industries Ltd||8.26%|
|HDFC Bank Ltd||8.06%|
|State Bank of India||7.30%|
HDFC Mutual fund is one of the leading names in the field of the mutual fund industry. It’s one of the most profitable AMC in India in term of net profits. Since, its inception, this AMC is the second to list on the stock exchanges of our country. It has more than Rs 3 lakh crore of asset under management. Its profit has grown every year after the start of their operation.
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This scheme is an open-ended equity scheme; the investment objective is to provide long-term capital appreciation & income by investing pre-dominantly in largecap stock.
This scheme is one of the oldest schemes in the Indian market. It has given approximately 20% annual return since the launch and sailed through ups and downs for 22 years. This scheme invests in companies with business models having a strong balance sheet. With its benchmark in 3-year horizon, this scheme has given average returns.
• Launch Date: Earlier this scheme was known as HDFC Top 200 Fund; it was launched in 1996, 11th October. Following SEBIs rationalization and categorization rules, the fund house changed its fundamental attributes just to focus on largecap stocks & renamed the scheme to HDFC Top 100 Fund. • Redemption: The fund house dispatches the proceedings of redemption within 3-4 working days from the dated redemption. • Risk Level: This scheme draws its underlying investments from stocks in ‘S&P BSE 100 Index’. Also, it seeks to invest in strong balance sheets by confining to the ‘S&P BSE 100 Index stocks’. The reason for doing this is to reduce risks whilst maintaining growth. • Fund Manager: Currently, the scheme is being managed by Mr. Prashant Jain since 2002 January. Before this, he has worked with SBI mutual Fund and Zurich AMC.