ITI Banking & PSU Debt IDCW Reinvest Direct Plan
SIP amount
Min. ₹500
Lumpsum amount
Min. ₹5,000

ITI Banking & PSU Debt IDCW Reinvest Direct Plan

NAV
₹12.0871
-0.18%
(12 Apr)
AUM
30 Cr
TER
0.15%
Risk
Moderate Risk
Rating
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Compare with other fund
1Y
+7.1%
+6.8%
+6.8%
+6.8%
+6.8%
+6.0%
3Y
+5.8%
+7.4%
+7.4%
+7.4%
+7.4%
+4.7%
5Y
NA
+6.0%
+6.0%
+6.0%
+6.0%
+6.0%
ALL
+5.6%
+6.7%
+6.7%
+6.4%
+6.4%
+6.8%
VOL
0.7%
1.8%
1.8%
3.9%
3.9%
-
TER
0.1%
0.3%
0.3%
0.3%
0.3%
-
AUM
₹30 Cr
₹983 Cr
₹983 Cr
₹983 Cr
₹983 Cr
-
INFO
8.06
3.82
3.82
1.63
1.63
-
Past performance
Past performance is no guarantee of future returns.
Had you invested
Over the last
1Y
3Y
ALL
Your returns would have been
ITI Banking & PSU Debt IDCW Reinvest (DR)
₹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 Mar
Top holdings
Treps 18-Mar-2024
15.4%
7.25% Govt Stock 2063
15.0%
Power Finance Corporation Ltd. - NCD & Bonds - NCD & Bonds
11.4%
Canara Bank
9.8%
Bank Of Baroda
9.7%
HDFC Bank Limited - NCD & Bonds - NCD & Bonds
9.7%
Power Grid Corporation Of India Limited - NCD & Bonds - NCD & Bonds
8.3%
Rural Electrification Corporation Limited - NCD & Bonds - NCD & Bonds
8.2%
7.46% Govt Stock 2073
3.4%
7.3% Govt Stock 2053
3.4%
Other information
Minimum SIP
₹500
Minimum lumpsum
₹5,000
Additional lumpsum
₹1,000
Portfolio turnover
-
Lock-in period
-
Exit load
No exit load
Fund objective
The investment objective of the Scheme is to generate income / capital appreciation through investments in debt and money market instruments consisting predominantly of securities issued by entities such as Scheduled Commercial Banks(SCBs), Public Sector undertakings(PSUs), Public Financial Institutions(PFIs) and Municipal Bonds. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the scheme would be achieved.
Fund manager(s)
Vikrant Mehta

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