|Min SIP Amount||₹1000|
|NAV||₹13.54 (19 Jan 2021)|
|Fund Started||01 Jan 2013|
|Fund Size||₹82 Cr|
|Reserve Bank of India||Financial||T-Bills||18.4%|
|State Bank of India||Financial||Debenture||7.2%|
|ICICI Bank Ltd.||Financial||Equity||3.6%|
|Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd.||Technology||Equity||2.1%|
|Nestle India Ltd.||FMCG||Equity||1.7%|
|Hindustan Unilever Ltd.||FMCG||Equity||1.6%|
|HDFC Bank Ltd.||Financial||Equity||1.4%|
LIC MF Debt Hybrid Fund Direct Dividend Yearly is a Hybrid Mutual Fund Scheme launched by LIC Mutual Fund. This scheme was made available to investors on 01 Jan 2013. Marzban Irani, Ramnath Venkateswaran is the Current Fund Manager of LIC MF Debt Hybrid Fund Direct Dividend Yearly fund.The fund currently has an Asset Under Management(AUM) of ₹82 Cr and the Latest NAV as of 19 Jan 2021 is ₹13.54.
The LIC MF Debt Hybrid Fund Direct Dividend Yearly is rated Moderately High risk. Minimum SIP Investment is set to 1000. Minimum Lumpsum Investment is 5000. For units more than 12% of the investments, an exit load of 1% if redeemed within 12 months.
The scheme has the primary objective to give steady income by investing at least 65 per cent of its portfolio in fixed income securities. Exposure to equity and money market instrument can range go up to 35 per cent each.
Returns are taxed as per your Income Tax slab, if sold before 3 years. Negligible Tax (20% with indexation benefit) post 3 years.