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AMFI Mutual Fund Monthly Performance Report: October 2021

15 November 2021
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Net inflows into open-ended equity schemes recorded a fall in October 2021 as compared to September – at Rs 5,214.87 crore. 

In September, the net inflows in open-ended equity schemes stood at Rs 8,677.41 crore. 

Debt funds, on the other hand, saw a net inflow of Rs 12,984.38 crore. This category had, last month, recorded a massive outflow of money. 

In August, debt funds had recorded a net inflow of Rs 1,074.44 crores. In July, the net inflow was at Rs 73,694.04 crore. 

Read on to find out more on the mutual fund monthly report for October 2021.

Net Flows

Net flows give the net result of the total money that has moved into and moved out of the fund for a particular period. If the end result is negative, indicating outflows, it means that more money has been pulled out of the funds and vice versa.

 

  • Open-Ended Equity Funds

Open-ended equity funds recorded a fall in net inflow from around 8,677.41 crore to 5,214.87 crore. Sectoral/thematic funds and flexi cap funds received the highest inflows during October 

Value fund/contra fund, and ELSS were the subcategories which recorded an outflow. These categories had recorded an outflow the previous month as well.

Here’s how different subcategories performed.

Scheme Name Net Inflow (+ve)/Outflow (- ve) (in crore)
Open Ended Equity Schemes
Multi Cap Fund 338.41
Large Cap Fund 747.13
Large & Mid Cap Fund 643.37
Mid Cap Fund 376.19
Small Cap Fund 348.99
Dividend Yield Fund 45.66
Value Fund/Contra Fund -349.14
Focused Fund 696.35
Sectoral/Thematic Funds 1,733.98
ELSS -488.11
Flexi Cap Fund 1,122.03
Total  5,214.87
  • Open Ended Debt Schemes 

The inflows for open ended debt schemes stood at Rs 12,984.38 crore in October as compared to outflows of Rs 63,910.23 crore in September and a net inflow of Rs 1,074.44 crores in August. 

Liquid fund, short duration fund, long duration fund, corporate bond fund and Banking and PSU Fund were amongst the subcategories that recorded an outflow. 

Overnight funds received the highest inflows – same as last month.  

Scheme Name Net Inflow (+ve)/Outflow (- ve) (in crore)
Open Ended Debt Schemes 
Overnight Fund 6,337.28
Liquid Fund -10,199.55
Ultra Short Duration Fund 4,511.77
Low Duration Fund 4,202.96
Money Market Fund 3,769.38
Short Duration Fund -2,666.40
Medium Duration Fund 1,311.02
Medium to Long Duration Fund 396.43
Long Duration Fund -25.11
Dynamic Bond Fund 1,811.89
Corporate Bond Fund -875.08
Credit Risk Fund 208.19
Banking and PSU Fund -1,251.60
Gilt Fund 412.85
Gilt Fund with 10 year constant duration -9.4
Floater Fund 5,049.75
Total 12,984.38

Systematic Investment Plans (SIPs)

The number of systematic investment plan (SIP) accounts stood at nearly 4.64 crore as compared to 4.49 crore in August, 2021. 

SIP contributions were at Rs 10,519 crores in October, as compared to Rs 10,351 crores in September. 

AUM

Assets under management or AUM refers to the total market value of all the assets being managed by a mutual fund. For example, assets in an equity fund are mostly the stocks it has and also a small proportion of cash. 

The number fluctuates regularly depending on the money flowing in and out of the fund and the price of the assets held by it.

Average Net Assets Under Management  Rs Crores
Open Ended Debt Schemes 
October 14.89 lakh
September 14.85 lakh
Open Ended Equity Schemes
October 13.13 lakh
September 11.91 lakh

Folios

A folio number is a unique number allotted to each mutual fund investor. When an investor purchases a fund, a folio number is assigned by the mutual fund company. There is no restriction on the number of folios as an investor can have different folio numbers for different funds.

No. of Folios as on 
Open Ended Equity Schemes
October 31, 2021 7.66 crore
September 30, 2021 7.50 crore
Open Ended Debt Schemes 
October 31, 2021 77.00 lakh
September 30, 2021 77.61 lakh 

New Schemes 

10 new open end schemes and 1 new close end scheme were launched in September 2021. Here’s the list of the new schemes:

Close Ended Schemes
A. Income/Debt Oriented Schemes
Fixed Term Plan SBI Fixed Maturity Plan (FMP)-Series 53(1839 Days)
Open End Schemes Axis Value Fund and Canara Robeco Value Fund
B. Hybrid Schemes
Balanced Advantage Fund NJ BALANCED ADVANTAGE FUND
C. Other Schemes
Index Funds Edelweiss Nifty 50 Index Fund; Edelweiss Nifty 100 Quality 30 Index Fund; EDELWEISS NIFTY PSU BOND PLUS SDL INDEX FUND – 2027; ICICI Prudential NASDAQ 100 Index Fund
Other ETFs Aditya Birla Sun Life Nifty Healthcare ETF; Aditya Birla Sun Life Nifty IT ETF;ICICI Prudential Consumption ETF
Fund of Funds Investing Overseas HDFC Developed World Indexes Fund of Funds; Mahindra Manulife Asia Pacific REITs FOF

Note: The above data has been collected from AMFI’s monthly mutual fund reports. 

Disclaimer: The data presented here is only for educational and informational purposes. This is in no way intended to be advice on what to buy or sell. Investors are advised to invest in mutual fund schemes after a thorough research and in alignment with their own investment goals and risk appetite. 

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