(As of 30 Apr, 2019)
The primary investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate regular income and capital appreciation commensurate with risk from a portfolio predominantly investing in corporate debt securities across maturities which are rated AA+ and above, in addition to debt instruments issued by central and state governments and money market securities. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.
(since 10 Sep, 2018)
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.
LIC Housing Finance Limited
National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development
Rural Electrification Corporation Limited
Power Grid Corporation Of India Limited
Corporate Bond Funds invest into fixed income instruments, such as, bonds, commercial papers, debentures and structured obligations, issued by companies. Given that corporate bond funds ensure capital protection, they’re considered less risky. These are a good choice for investors looking for a fix but higher income from a reliable investment avenue. The usual investment horizon is 1 – 4 years and since these funds invest in the bonds of medium to long tenure, it should be looked as a long term investment option.
This fund is rated 0 stars by Morning Star Ratings.
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