Kotak

Debt Hybrid

NAV as on -
CAGR
Compound annual growth rate
since inception
Features
AUM
` 289.95 Cr.
Risk
Moderate

This open ended fund Scheme is suitable for investors seeking*

  1. Income & capital growth over a long term horizon
  2. Investment in a portfolio of debt instruments with a moderate exposure in equity & equity related instruments

*Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them

Fund Manager
Mr. Devender Singhal
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  • Mr. Devender Singhal
    Mr. Devender has been associated with the Kotak Group since July 2007. He is responsible for the research coverage of FMCG, Automobiles and Media sectors at Kotak AMC since Feb 2009. Devender has an overall working experience of 14 years in equity research and fund management. Prior to joining Kotak AMC, Devender worked with the PMS divisions of Kotak, Religare, Karvy and P N Vijay Financial Services.
  • Mr. Abhishek Bisen
    Mr. Abhishek has been associated with the company since October 2006 and his key responsibilities include fund management of debt schemes. Prior to joining Kotak AMC, Me, Abhishek was working with Securities Trading Corporation Of India Ltd where he was looking at Sales & Trading of Fixed Income Products apart from doing Portfolio Advisory. He has been awarded twice as one of the Highly Commended Investors in Indian Rupees Bonds from the Asset magazine Hong Kong. His educational background is B.A (Management) and MBA (Finance).

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About Kotak Debt Hybrid

  • The investment objective of the scheme is to enhance returns over a portfolio of debt instruments with a moderate exposure in equity and equity related instruments.
  • The scheme invests in a mix of high credit debt market across issuers and money market instruments at the shorter end of the yield curve thereby reducing the interest rate risk as also optimizing the carry yield on the portfolio.
  • The scheme also seeks to capitalize on trading opportunities available from time to time.
  • On the equity side the scheme seeks to enhance returns by maintaining a core and a dynamic portfolio where some portion is held for the longer term and the remaining is actively churned.

Performanceas on

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  Since
Inception
Last
1 Year
Last
3 Years
Last
5 Years

For performance in SEBI format please refer performance section.

Scheme Inception date is 02/12/2003. Mr. Abhishek Bisen has been managing the fund since 01/04/2008. Mr. Devender Singhal has been managing the fund since 25/08/2015. 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 25th May 2018, the Benchmark is changed to Crisil Hybrid 85+15- Conservative Index TRI. Kotak Monthly Income Plan is renamed as Kotak Debt Hybrid with effect from 25th May 2018. TRI Total Return Index, In terms of SEBI circular dated January 4, 2018, the performance of the scheme is benchmarked to the Total Return variant (TRI) of the Benchmark Index instead of Price Return Variant (PRI). The debt component of the index is TRI since inception. For equity component of the index, as TRI data is not available since inception of the scheme, benchmark performance is calculated using composite CAGR of S&P BSE 200 PRI values series is used till 31st July 2006 and TRI values is used since 1st Aug 2006.

Sector Allocation

Sector % of net asset
Consumer Non Durables 6.25 %
Banks 5.8 %
Auto 2.29 %
Software 1.63 %
Consumer Durables 1.56 %
Media and Entertainment 1.46 %
Finance 1.07 %
Others 5.21 %
Sector % of net asset

Stocks

Stocks Industry Percentage of net asset
Equity & Equity related (Listed/Awaiting listing on Stock Exchange)
ITC Ltd. Consumer Non Durables 2.02 %
ICICI Bank Ltd. Banks 1.81 %
Infosys Ltd. Software 1.12 %
State Bank Of India Banks 1.09 %
HDFC Ltd. Finance 1.07 %
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Auto 1.03 %
Bata India Ltd. Consumer Durables 1.01 %
Sun TV Network Ltd. Media and Entertainment 1.01 %
HDFC Bank Ltd. Banks 0.99 %
Colgate Palmolive (India ) Ltd. Consumer Non Durables 0.87 %
Tata Motors Ltd. Auto 0.81 %
Axis Bank Ltd Banks 0.76 %
CESC Ltd. Power 0.72 %
GlaxoSmithkline Consumer Healthcare Ltd Consumer Non Durables 0.72 %
Godfrey Phillips India Ltd. Consumer Non Durables 0.67 %
Emami Ltd. Consumer Non Durables 0.61 %
City Union Bank Ltd. Banks 0.59 %
Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd. Auto Ancillaries 0.59 %
RBL Bank Ltd Banks 0.56 %
Titan Company Ltd. Consumer Durables 0.55 %
Prataap Snacks Ltd Consumer Non Durables 0.52 %
Tech Mahindra Ltd. Software 0.51 %
Bharat Forge Ltd. Industrial Products 0.5 %
Solara Active Pharma Sciences Ltd. Pharmaceuticals 0.46 %
Hero MotoCorp Ltd. Auto 0.45 %
Saregama India Ltd. Media and Entertainment 0.45 %
Jubilant Foodworks Limited Consumer Non Durables 0.44 %
Reliance Industries Ltd. Petroleum Products 0.44 %
BEML Ltd Industrial Capital Goods 0.41 %
Heritage Foods Ltd Consumer Non Durables 0.4 %
GP Petroleums Limited Petroleum Products 0.35 %
The Ramco Cements Ltd Cement 0.33 %
JMC Projects (India) Ltd Construction 0.31 %
Huhtamaki PPL Ltd Industrial Products 0.3 %
GMR Infrastructure Ltd. Construction Project 0.27 %
Odisha Cement Ltd Cement 0.22 %
Apollo Micro Systems Ltd Industrial Capital Goods 0.21 %
RP SG Retail Ltd Power 0.06 %
RP SG Business Process Services Ltd Power 0.04 %
Listed/Awaiting Listing on Stock Exchange - Total 25.27 %
Detail holdings

Market Capitalisation

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Fund Vs Benchmark Returns

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Trailing Returns Since
Inception

Scheme Inception date is 02/12/2003. Mr. Abhishek Bisen has been managing the fund since 01/04/2008. Mr. Devender Singhal has been managing the fund since 25/08/2015. 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 25th May 2018, the Benchmark is changed to Crisil Hybrid 85+15- Conservative Index TRI. Kotak Monthly Income Plan is renamed as Kotak Debt Hybrid with effect from 25th May 2018. TRI Total Return Index, In terms of SEBI circular dated January 4, 2018, the performance of the scheme is benchmarked to the Total Return variant (TRI) of the Benchmark Index instead of Price Return Variant (PRI). The debt component of the index is TRI since inception. For equity component of the index, as TRI data is not available since inception of the scheme, benchmark performance is calculated using composite CAGR of S&P BSE 200 PRI values series is used till 31st July 2006 and TRI values is used since 1st Aug 2006.

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Kotak Debt HybridVS

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Gold prices are available post 1st April, 2006 & are based on daily closing values on MCX. PPF interest rate is taken from (http://www.publicprovidentfund.com/) The Fixed deposit interest rate is based on RBI rate (https://rbi.org.in/) Scheme Return calculated on the basis of scheme NAV; Returns for PPF, FD, Gold are based on publicly available information. Source: AMFI website, PPF, RBI and MCX The above simulation is for illustration purpose only. While amount invested in traditional investment avenue has the highest safety for Principal invested, there is no assurance or guarantee of future performance of the scheme. Year-end balance has been arrived at by adding interest at the rates notified by the competent authorities from time to time. The comparison of Scheme Return vs PPF/FD/Gold has been given for the purpose of the general information only. Unlike other investment avenue referred above, investments in Mutual Funds are subject to market risks. Hence, the performances are not strictly comparable. Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company Limited will not accept any liability/ responsibility/loss incurred on any investment decision taken on the basis of this information. Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Graph showing the number of times investment has increased/decreased in each asset class over the period. It should no way be construed as a recommendation or future outlook on the above mentioned stocks. Past performance of the scheme does not indicate the future performance of the schemes.

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In SEBI Format

CAGR since Inception 1 Year 3 Years 5 Years Current Value of `10,000
invested at inception

For lumpsum investments, if the investment period is less than 1 year then same return values are displayed for absolute & XIRR. For periods above 1 year, they are annualized. 1 Year is assumed as 365 days. Returns for investments in dividend plans of schemes are calculated after assuming that the net dividend payouts post statutory taxes & levies, are re-invested back in the scheme. Performance is always compared against the latest benchmark of the scheme irrespective of the date of change of scheme's benchmark, if any. Past performance of the scheme does not indicate the future performance of the schemes. As with any investment in securities, the NAV of the units issued under the schemes can go up or down depending on various factors and forces affecting capital markets. The data of the last working day has been considered for the calculation of performance. Scheme Inception date is 02/12/2003. Mr. Abhishek Bisen has been managing the fund since 01/04/2008. Mr. Devender Singhal has been managing the fund since 25/08/2015. 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 25th May 2018, the Benchmark is changed to Crisil Hybrid 85+15- Conservative Index TRI. Kotak Monthly Income Plan is renamed as Kotak Debt Hybrid with effect from 25th May 2018. TRI Total Return Index, In terms of SEBI circular dated January 4, 2018, the performance of the scheme is benchmarked to the Total Return variant (TRI) of the Benchmark Index instead of Price Return Variant (PRI). The debt component of the index is TRI since inception. For equity component of the index, as TRI data is not available since inception of the scheme, benchmark performance is calculated using composite CAGR of S&P BSE 200 PRI values series is used till 31st July 2006 and TRI values is used since 1st Aug 2006.

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Dividend History

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Dividends declared from benchmark's constituents isn't taken into account when comparing with investment in scheme's dividend plans.

Investment Objective

To enhance returns over a portfolio of Debt Instruments with a moderate exposure in Equity and Equity related Instruments. However, there is no assurance that the objective of the scheme will be realized.

Benchmark : CRISIL Hybrid 85+15 - Conservative Index

Allotment date : December 02, 2003

  • AUM : `289.95 Cr

  • AAUM : `293.01 Cr

Key ratiosas on 31 Oct, 2018

Portfolio turnover ratio NA
$Standard Deviation NA
$Beta NA
$Sharpe Ratio ## NA
Modified duration 1.58 yrs
Average maturity 2.07
Yield to maturity 9.07
Tracking Error NA
Expense Ratio (Direct) ** 1.16%
Expense Ratio (Regular) ** 2.28%
Source: $ICRA MFI Explorer## Risk rate assumed to be NA (FBIL Overnight MIBOR rate as on NA)**Total Expense Ratio includes applicable B30 fee and GST.
Source: $ICRA MFI Explorer Standard Deviation is calculated on Annualised basis using 3 years history of the monthly returns.

This open ended fund Scheme is suitable for investors seeking

  1. Income & capital growth over a long term horizon
  2. Investment in a portfolio of debt instruments with a moderate exposure in equity & equity related instruments

    *Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them

    Investment Style:

    investmentStyle

    Available Plans/Options

    A) Regular Plan B) Direct Plan

    Options: Dividend Payout, DividendReinvestment & Growth (applicable for allplans)

    Minimum Investment Amount

    Initial Investment:(i) Dividend Reinvestment & Growth and Dividend Payout (Quarterly) - Rs.5000 & above (ii) Dividend Payout (Monthly) - Rs.50,000 & above

    Additional Investment:Rs.1000 & in multiples of Rs.1

    Ideal Investments Horizon:1 Year and Above

    Load Structure

    Entry Load:NIL

    Exit Load:

    • I) For redemption / switch out of upto 10% of the initial investment amount (limit)purchased or switched in within 1 year from the date of allotment: Nil

    • ii) If units redeemed or switched out are in excess of the limit within 1 year from the date of allotment: 1%.

    • iii) If units are redeemed or switched out on or after 1 year from the date of allotment: Nil.

    • iv) Any exit load charged (net off Goods and Service Tax, if any) shall be credited back to the respective Scheme. Units issued on reinvestment of dividends shall not be subject to entry and exit load.

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