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NAV As on Jun-01-2020

Nippon India Nivesh Lakshya Fund(G)-Direct Plan

Top 10 Holdings
Company
(%)
8.13% Government of India
36.72
8.17% Government of India
31.65
7.06% Government of India
30.20
Triparty Repo
2.57
Cash Margin - CCIL
0.00
Net Current Assets
-1.15
Credit Ratings – Quality
Rating
(%)
Cash & Equivalent
1.43
SOV
98.57
Asset Allocation
Instrument Holdings
Instruments %
Government Securities98.57
Cash & Cash Equivalents and Net Assets2.57

Best and Worst Performance and Ratios

Best Performance in a year
Period Fund (%) Benchmark (%)
Year 16/07/18
to 16/07/19
25.89NA
Worst Performance in a year
Period Fund (%) Benchmark (%)
Year 19/12/18
to 19/12/19
11.22NA
Ratios
Standard Deviation[%] 8.60
Sharpe Ratio [%] 0.53
Average Maturity 25.51 years
Modified Duration 11.53
YTM 6.82
Riskometer
moderate risk

Investors understand that their principal will be at moderate risk

Fund Details
Category
Long Duration
Inception Date (Regular Plan)
06-Jul-18
Inception Date (Direct Plan)
06-Jul-18
Expense Ratio (Direct Plan) %
0.21
Expense Ratio (Regular Plan) %
0.53
Fund Manager
Prashant Pimple,Hardik Shah,Kinjal Desai
Scheme Benchmark
AUM (Rs. in Cr.)
1,135.25
Fund Objective

The primary investment objective of the scheme is to generate optimal returns consistent with moderate levels of risk. This income may be complemented by capital appreciation of the portfolio. Accordingly, investments shall predominantly be made in Debt & Money Market Instruments.

Growth Chart of the Scheme
Nippon India Nivesh Lakshya Fund(G)-Direct Plan

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