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Franklin India Banking & PSU Debt Fund Direct Dividend Payout

Debt

  

Banking and PSU Fund

NAV

11.0976 +0.0022

(as on 22 Sep, 2020)

RETURNS

6.12 %

Fund Type

Open Ended

Investment Plan

Dividend Payout

Investment Plan

0%

Benchmark

CRISIL Composite Bond Fund TR INR

Asset Size

1020.78 Cr.

(As of 31 Aug, 2020)

Risk

Moderate

Objective

The fund seeks to provide regular income through a portfolio of debt and money market instruments consisting predominantly of securities issued by entities such as Banks, Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and Municipal bonds. However, there is no assurance or guarantee that the objective of the scheme will be achieved

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Fund manager

Sachin Padwal-Desai

Exit load

N / A

Minimum sip

₹500

Minimum investment

₹5000

Top Holdings

This fund is been allocated in various sectors including some of the prominent ones that are widely accepted and are creating a value of trust.

Company

Assets

National Housing Bank

7.77%

6.68% Govt Stock 2031

5.01%

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited

4.86%

6.79% Govt Stock 2027

4.57%

Sector Allocation

About the Scheme Type

Banking and PSU debt funds are generally seen as an alternative for bank deposits with low risk, liquidity and the appetite to generate stable returns. As seen in the past, these funds have an average maturity of about 2 years and invest mostly in AAA rated securities – bank certificates of deposits or bonds / debentures of PSUs. The volatility in their case is relatively lower than long-duration funds and is suited for investors looking for higher returns than bank deposits but at the same time, do not want to be exposed to high risks.

Ratings

This fund is rated 2 stars by Morning Star Ratings.

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Overview of Franklin Templeton Asst Mgmt(IND)Pvt Ltd

Since 1947, our firm has been dedicated to delivering exceptional asset management for institutional, retail, and high-net-worth clients. Franklin Templeton's association with India dates back to over 2 decades as an investor. As part of the group's major thrust on investing in markets around the world, the India office was set up in 1996 as Templeton Asset Management India Pvt. Limited. It flagged off the mutual fund business with the launch of Templeton India Growth Fund in September 1996, and since then the business has grown at a steady pace.

At Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund, we understand that the strength of our business relationships is a key point of differentiation for us as a company, along with the trust that our business partners and clients have in us. Throughout the Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund’s history, a strong commitment to corporate values has guided our decision making and has been a roadmap for our success.

These values, and our unique perspective, help us achieve our mission by offering high quality investment solutions, providing outstanding service, and attracting, motivating and retaining talented people. They also help to create a “culture of compliance.” Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund’s core values include

  • Putting clients first
  • Building relationships
  • Working with integrity
  • Seeking to achieve quality results