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NAV as of ( Sep 09, 2022 )
₹ 10.21 -0.17 % 1-D Change
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This fund 13.73% returns since inception
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|ET Money Rank||Not yet ranked|
|AUM (Fund Size)||₹ 89 Crs|
|Age||1 m Since Jul 18, 2022|
|Benchmark||Crisil 10-Year Gilt|
SIP ₹ 500 &
Lumpsum ₹ 5000
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Cash & Call Money 5.4%
GOI Securities 94.6%
Net Current Assets 5.4%
|Fund name||Annual Return %||Consistency||Value Research Rating|
|UTI Gilt Fund with 10 year Constant Duration||1.62%|
|IDFC Government Securities Fund Constant Maturity Plan||1.6%|
|ICICI Prudential Constant Maturity Gilt Fund||1.54%|
|SBI Magnum Constant Maturity Fund||1.52%|
|DSP 10Y G-Sec Fund||1.35%|
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|Period||Trailing returns||Category average||Rank within category|
|1 month||1.62%||1.53%||1 / 5|
Level of Risk in the Scheme
Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderate risk
DEBT GILT WITH 10 YEAR CONSTANT DURATION
The scheme seeks to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing in a portfolio of government securities such that weighted average portfolio maturity is around 10 years.
Mr. Mittal is B.Com. (Hons), CA and M.Sc. in Accounting and Finance (specialization in Finance) from London School of Economics & Political Science.
Prior to joining IDFC AMC, he worked with HDFC AMC ( Sept. 2012 - Oct. 2015), Axis AMC (July 2009 - Sept. 2012), ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd. as Credit Research Analyst (2008-2009) and with Bank of America in Corporate Banking (2006-2008).
As on Jun 30, 2022
UTI Gilt Fund with 10 year Constant Duration
IDFC Government Securities Fund Constant Maturity Plan
NAV or Net Asset Value is the per-unit price of the Mutual Fund. The NAV of a Mutual Fund changes every day. It is calculated by taking the current value of the holdings of the fund at end of the day, subtracting the expenses, and dividing the value by the number of units issued to date.
The NAV of UTI Gilt Fund with 10 year Constant Duration for Sep 09, 2022 is 10.21 .
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AUM or Asset Under Management is the total value of the assets held by a Mutual Fund scheme. For instance, for an equity Mutual Fund, the AUM will be the total value of its portfolio's equity shares (plus any other asset it might have invested in). The AUM of the fund changes every day because the price of the underlying asset fluctuates daily. However, the Mutual Fund company doesn't update it every day. It is updated only at the end of the month and released within few days of the next month.
The AUM of the fund is a good indicator of its popularity. A fund with a high AUM means a lot of money has been invested in it, and investors like it. However, the AUM should never be the primary criteria while selecting a fund. There are funds with huge AUMs that continue to perform well despite their size.
The AUM of UTI Gilt Fund with 10 year Constant Duration is ₹89 Crs.
The credit rating of the instruments in which the fund invests represents the quality of the borrower.
The UTI Gilt Fund with 10 year Constant Duration allocation by credit quality is given below
|Credit Quality||Percentage of Portfolio|
|Cash & Call Money||5.4%|
The top 3 debt holdings of UTI Gilt Fund with 10 year Constant Duration are as follows
|Holding Name||Percentage of Portfolio|