Nippon India Banking & Financial Services Bonus Bonus Growth Direct Plan
SIP amount
Temporarily restricted by fund house
Lumpsum amount
Temporarily restricted by fund house

Nippon India Banking & Financial Services Bonus Bonus Growth Direct Plan

NAV
₹438.1178
+0.67%
(30 Nov)
AUM
3,821 Cr
TER
1.07%
Risk
Very High Risk
Rating
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Compare with other fund
1Y
+20.3%
+17.3%
+17.3%
+17.3%
+17.3%
3Y
+12.2%
+40.1%
+40.1%
+39.5%
+39.5%
5Y
+9.8%
+22.1%
+22.1%
NA
NA
ALL
+13.7%
+17.6%
+17.6%
+39.2%
+39.2%
VOL
23.0%
20.4%
20.4%
28.2%
28.2%
TER
1.1%
0.6%
0.6%
1.1%
1.1%
AUM
₹3,821 Cr
₹778 Cr
₹778 Cr
₹733 Cr
₹733 Cr
INFO
0.60
0.86
0.86
1.39
1.39
Past performance
Past performance is no guarantee of future returns.
Had you invested
Over the last
1Y
3Y
ALL
Your returns would have been
Nippon India Banking & Financial Services Bonus Bonus (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 31st Oct
Top holdings
HDFC Bank Ltd
10.9%
ICICI Bank Ltd
10.7%
Axis Bank Ltd
9.1%
State Bank of India
8.5%
Housing Development Finance Corp Ltd
6.9%
IndusInd Bank Ltd
4.0%
SBI Cards and Payment Services Ltd Ordinary Shares
3.9%
LIC Housing Finance Ltd
3.7%
The Federal Bank Ltd
3.6%
Equitas Small Finance Bank Ltd Ordinary Shares
3.4%
Top industry exposure
Financial Services
96.2%
Other information
Minimum SIP
Restricted (AMC)
Minimum lumpsum
Restricted (AMC)
Additional lumpsum
Restricted (AMC)
Portfolio turnover
49%
Lock-in period
-
Exit load
• 1% for redemption within 30 days
Fund objective
Nippon India Banking & Financial Services Fund is a focused banking \nand financial services sector oriented fund investing across market \ncaps within the sector. The fund is well diversified across sub \nsegments like Private & Public Banks, NBFCs, Housing Fin Co’s, \nBroking houses, Wealth Management, Rating Agencies, Asset \nManagement Companies, Insurance Companies, Stock/ Commodities \nExchange, etc. The fund endeavors to generate superior alpha \nthrough active fund management. The alpha generation is attempted \nthrough tactical allocation across various sub segments and \ndifferentiated investment ideas. The fund thus attempts to lower risk \nthrough diversification while retaining the alpha creation potential.
Fund manager(s)
Vinay Sharma
Kinjal Desai
Bhavik Dave

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