- Kotak Banking and PSU Debt Fund is an Open Ended Debt Scheme.
- The investment objective of the scheme is to generate income by predominantly investing in debt & money market securities issued by Banks & PSUs and Reverse repos in such securities, sovereign securities issued by the Central Government and State Governments, and / or any security unconditionally guaranteed by the Govt. of India. There is no assurance that or guarantee that the investment objective of the scheme will be achieved.
|Tenors||CAGR||Current Value of ₹ 10,000 invested|
|Since Inception||5Y||3Y||1Y||Since Inception||5Y||3Y||1Y|
For performance in SEBI format please refer performance section.
Scheme Inception date is 29/12/1998 for Regular Plan & 01/01/2013 for Direct Plan. Mr. Deepak Agrawal has been managing the fund since 01/08/2008. Different plans have different expense structure. Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. All payouts during the period have been reinvested in the units of the scheme at the then prevailing NAV. Returns >= 1 year: CAGR (Compounded Annualised Growth Rate). N.A stands for data not available. Note: Point to Point (PTP) Returns in INR shows the value of investment made at inception.. Source: ICRA MFI Explorer. With Effect from 1st June 2018, the Benchmark is changed to CRISIL Banking and PSU Debt Index from Crisil Short Term Bond Fund Index. The above performance is benchmarked to CRISIL Banking and PSU Debt Index. The performance of the scheme is benchmarked to the Total Return variant (TRI) of the Benchmark. Read More Read Less
|Trailing Returns||Since Inception||10Y||7Y||5Y||3Y||1Y||6M||3M||1M||1W||1 Day||YTD|
Read More Read Less
NAV Movement Download
Nav movement shows Nav and Index price of Kotak Banking and PSU Debt Fund since inception. The Scrollbar at the bottom allows user to select range in which he wishes to view the plot. For the purpose of NAV date applicability, if the investment date happens to be a non-business day, next business day's NAV is applied. Investment on inception date can happen on a non-business day.
let's calculate your dividend
since inception, you would have earned ₹ as Dividend and your current value of investment ₹
Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of the scheme will fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy (if applicable).
The dividend rates could be inclusive of statutory levy, if any. The dividend received by investors will be net of statutory levy (as applicable).
Dividends declared from benchmark's constituents isn't taken into account when comparing with investment in scheme's dividend plans.
Source: *ICRA MFI Explorer ## Risk rate assumed to be % (FBIL Overnight MIBOR rate as on ) **Total Expense Ratio includes applicable B30 fee and GST.
Source: *ICRA MFI Explorer
## Risk rate assumed to be %
(FBIL Overnight MIBOR rate as on )
**Total Expense Ratio includes applicable B30 fee and GST.