HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund Growth-0.83%

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2.21%
1 Year Return
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Conservative
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Fund Details

HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund Growth

RiskModerately High
Min SIP Amount₹500
Expense Ratio1.88%
NAV47.39 (24 Sep 2020)
Fund Started26 Dec 2003
Fund Size2,389 Cr

Returns

1Y
3Y*
5Y*
Since inception*
HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund Growth
2.2%
3.1%
6.2%
9.7%
Category Average
7.1%
4.5%
2.1%
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Rank within category
26
25
15
-
*All returns are annualized.
SIP
Lumpsum
I want to invest per month5,000
    For how many years?
    1 Year
    3 Years
    5 Years
    Estimated Value
    as per Historical Returns
    0
    with 2.2% annual returns

    Comparison

    Data not available
    Pros
    1. Age is more than 10 years
    Cons
    1. Risk-adjusted returns are lower compared to the category
    2. Risk is higher compared to the benchmark
    3. Higher expense ratio
    4. 1Y Returns are lower than the benchmark
    5. 3Y Returns are lower than the benchmark
    6. 5Y Returns are lower than the benchmark

    Top Holdings

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    DLF Ltd.ConstructionNCD4.1%
    GOISovereignGOI Sec2.9%
    Shriram Transport Finance Co. Ltd.FinancialDebenture2.8%
    Talwandi Sabo Power Ltd.EngineeringDebenture2.8%
    Shriram City Union Finance Ltd.FinancialNCD2.4%
    Indian Railway Finance Corpn. Ltd.FinancialDebenture2.3%
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    Fund Managers

    addShobhit Mehrotra
    Education
    He is an MBA from Clemson University, USA.
    Experience
    Prior to joining HDFC AMC he has worked with Templeton AMC, and ICRA.
    Funds Managed
    addAmar Kalkundrikar
    Education
    Mr. Kalkundrikar has done B.Com, CA, CFA, and MBA from Columbia Business School.
    Experience
    Mr. Kalkundrikar has over 16 years of experience of which 13 years is in Equity Research and Portfolio Management.
    Funds Managed
    addChirag Dagli
    Education
    Mr. Dagli has done B. COM and Chartered Accountant.
    Experience
    Prior to joining HDFC AMC, he has worked with Aviva India Life Insurance Company Ltd., ICICI Securities Ltd., Pioneer Invest Corp, Deutsche Equities, Citigroup Global Markets.
    Funds Managed

    HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund Growth Details

    HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund Growth is a Hybrid Mutual Fund Scheme launched by HDFC Mutual Fund. This scheme was made available to investors on 26 Dec 2003. Prashant Jain, Shobhit Mehrotra is the Current Fund Manager of HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund Growth fund.The fund currently has an Asset Under Management(AUM) of ₹2,389 Cr and the Latest NAV as of 24 Sep 2020 is ₹47.39.

    The HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund Growth is rated Moderately High risk. Minimum SIP Investment is set to 500. Minimum Lumpsum Investment is 5000. For units in excess of 15% of the investment, 1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year

    Investment Objective

    The scheme seeks to generate income/capital appreciation by investing primarily in debt securities, money market instruments and moderate exposure to equities.

    Tax Implications

    Returns are taxed as per your Income Tax slab, if sold before 3 years. Negligible Tax (20% with indexation benefit) post 3 years.

    Scheme Information Document(SID)

    ₹5000
    Min for First Investment
    ₹1000
    Min for Second Investment
    For units in excess of 15% of the investment, 1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year
    Exit Load

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    About HDFC Mutual Fund

    Address
    “HDFC House”, 2nd Floor, H.T. Parekh Marg, 165-166, Backbay Reclamation, Churchgate, Mumbai 400020
    Phone
    022 6631 6333
    Launch Date
    30 Jun 2000
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