(As of 20 May, 2022)
CRISIL Hybrid 85+15 - ConservativeTR INR
Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High Risk.
Seeks to generate reasonable returns through investments in Debt and Money Market Instruments. The secondary objective of the scheme is to invest in equity and equity related instruments to seek capital appreciation.
1 %(If redeemed within 365 days)
6.97% Govt Stock 2026
5.63% Govt Stock 2026
6.79% Govt Stock 2027
5.22% Govt Stock 2025
Conservative Hybrid Funds need to invest at least 75 – 90% of their assets in debt and money market instruments, with an option to invest around 10 – 25% in equity related instruments. And because of their very high contribution to the debt domain, Conservative Hybrid funds are less volatile than equity and other hybrid funds and helps in generating consistent income.
This fund is rated 2 stars by Morning Star Ratings.
HSBC Mutual Fund’s mission is to work with clients to meet their investment objectives, by delivering investment expertise in a tailored way. To provide our clients with our best ideas and investment expertise as we collaborate with them to help them grow and protect their assets.
We, at HSBC Mutual Fund, deliver on our fiduciary responsibilities by managing risk as much as performance. We demonstrate our global investment expertise combined with strong governance as we collaborate with our clients, aiming to help them grow and protect their assets.
Doing the right thing for our clients is our most important responsibility. Global discipline, structure and focus help us use our resources optimally to ensure that all our clients benefit from our investment insights, and are given fair treatment. Client relationships are our greatest asset. We bring a global network of people, capital and ideas to help our clients tailor an investment strategy to meet their objectives.
HSBC Mutual Fund strives to anticipate and evaluate global market trends that may impact client objectives. Our investment framework is rigorous and repeatable, entailing: