|Fund Name||Category||Risk||1Y Returns||Rating||Fund Size(in Cr)|
|BOI AXA Tax Advantage Fund||Equity||Moderately High||-8.7%||4star||₹183|
|BOI AXA Ultra Short Duration Fund||Debt||Moderately Low||7.2%||4star||₹1,010|
|BOI AXA Ultra Short Duration Fund||Debt||Moderately Low||7.1%||4star||₹930|
|BOI AXA Credit Risk Fund||Debt||Moderate||0.0%||4star||₹1,421|
|BOI AXA Equity Debt Rebalancer Fund||Hybrid||Moderately High||-0.9%||3star||₹275|
|BOI AXA Manufacturing & Infrastructure Fund||Equity||High||-9.3%||3star||₹44|
|BOI AXA Conservative Hybrid Fund||Hybrid||Moderate||-0.5%||3star||₹224|
|BOI AXA Mid & Small Cap Equity & Debt Fund||Hybrid||Moderately High||-6.8%||2star||₹405|
|BOI AXA Large & Mid Cap Equity Fund||Equity||Moderately High||-9.8%||2star||₹98|
|BOI AXA Short Term Income Fund||Debt||Moderate||6.1%||1star||₹192|
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BOI AXA Investment Managers Private Limited is basically a joint venture between Bank of India and AXA Investment Managers, which is one of the key players in the financial protection industry. Both these companies are trusted brands and have a global presence. Bank of India has 5000 branches across the country and is spread over 22 countries and 5 continents.
AXA is located in 21 countries and has an asset under management of EUR 746 Billion. Bank of India holds 51% stake, while AXA Investment Manager holds 49%.
BOI AXA Mutual Funds provide different schemes under various categories of mutual funds, like equity, debt and hybrid. An investor can choose the respective scheme as per his/her risk appetite and investment duration. The AMC always aims to keep investor's objective as its focal point.
|Launch Date||30 Mar 2008|
|Address||BOI AXA Investment Managers Pvt. Ltd. B/204, Tower 1, Peninsula Corporate Park, Ganpatrao Kadam Ma Mumbai 400055|
BOI AXA Mutual Fund AMC offers some of the best mutual fund schemes in India. Some of the top-performing mutual funds of BOI AXA Mutual Fund AMC given below.
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Under Section 80 'C' of the Income Tax Act, these funds are exempted up to a limit of Rs.1,50,000. Predominantly, these funds invest in equity and equity-related securities and therefore provide decent returns to investors. They fall under the Equity Linked Savings Scheme or ELSS.
These funds primarily invest in equity and equity-related securities and thereby, provide much higher returns that debt funds. They funds are primarily designed for long-term capital appreciation and are always recommended to for the long-term. Equity funds are ideal for investors who want good returns and are willing to take substantial amount of risk.
Debt funds invest in debt/money market instruments and government securities. These funds are relatively stable and are less affected by market conditions. These funds are perfect for investors who want a regular income through mutual funds and are not willing to take a risk on their investment.
Hybrid funds are mutual funds or exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that invest in more than one type of investment security, like bonds, stocks, etc. By re-classifying mutual fund scheme categories, Sebi has attempted to ensure that you get what you buy.
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