Bank Of India Credit Risk Growth Direct Plan
SIP amount
Temporarily restricted by fund house
Lumpsum amount
Temporarily restricted by fund house

Bank Of India Credit Risk Growth Direct Plan

NAV
₹10.6678
+0.05%
(28 Nov)
AUM
166 Cr
TER
1.25%
Risk
Low to Moderate Risk
Rating
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Net Asset Value (NAV) is above its 200 days moving average
Total Expense Ratio (TER) is in the top 25% of comparable funds
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1Y
+143.2%
+13.3%
+7.9%
+5.4%
+5.3%
+4.2%
3Y
+14.1%
+5.7%
+8.7%
+7.8%
+9.2%
+7.7%
5Y
-4.0%
+3.8%
+7.1%
+8.1%
+7.5%
+7.5%
ALL
+0.8%
+6.3%
+8.3%
+9.0%
+9.0%
+9.0%
VOL
7.5%
-
2.4%
1.6%
3.1%
1.7%
TER
1.3%
-
0.7%
0.9%
0.8%
1.0%
AUM
₹166 Cr
-
₹1,202 Cr
₹7,850 Cr
₹200 Cr
₹8,520 Cr
INFO
0.11
-
3.46
5.76
2.94
5.40
Past performance
Past performance is no guarantee of future returns.
Had you invested
Over the last
1Y
3Y
ALL
Your returns would have been
Bank Of India Credit Risk (G)
₹1,00,00,00,000
14.0%
Fixed deposit
₹40,00,00,000
6.0%
Bank savings
₹40,00,00,000
3.0%
See fund holdings as of 15th Nov
Top holdings
Treps
14.6%
Steel Authority Of India Limited - NCD & Bonds
9.2%
Vedanta Limited - NCD & Bonds
9.1%
Piramal Capital & Housing Finance Limited - NCD & Bonds
9.0%
Manappuram Finance Limited - NCD & Bonds
9.0%
Godrej Industries Limited - NCD & Bonds
8.9%
National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development - NCD & Bonds
8.7%
Net Receivables / (Payables)
8.1%
TATA Motors Finance Limited - NCD & Bonds
6.6%
Indian Railway Finance Corporation Limited - NCD & Bonds
6.2%
Other information
Minimum SIP
Restricted (AMC)
Minimum lumpsum
Restricted (AMC)
Additional lumpsum
Restricted (AMC)
Portfolio turnover
-
Lock-in period
-
Exit load
• 4% for redemption within 365 days
• 3% for redemption between 365 to 730 days
• 2% for redemption between 730 to 1095 days
Fund objective
The Scheme’s investment objective is to generate capital appreciation over the long term by investing predominantly in corporate debt across the credit spectrum within the universe of investment grade rating. To achieve this objective, the Scheme will seek to make investments in rated, unrated instruments and structured obligations of public and private companies.
Fund manager(s)
Alok Singh

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