• HDFC Mutual Fund

    Incorporated on the 10th of December, 1999, HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd. is among the most popular fund houses in India. The company offers an extensive range of mutual funds and is home to some of the most trustworthy fund managers who ensure that your hard-earned money is invested in the right schemes. Whether you seek growth funds, income funds, or even retirement funds, HDFC AMC Ltd. has it all.

    Types of Mutual Funds Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company

    The following are the different kinds of mutual funds offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    • Equity/Growth Funds
    • Debt/Income Funds
    • Liquid Funds
    • Children’s Gift Funds
    • Retirement Savings Funds
    • Fixed Maturity Plans
    • Exchange Traded Funds
    • Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme
    • Dual Advantage Funds
    • Capital Protection Oriented Schemes
    • Fund of Fund Schemes
    • Annual Interval Fund – Series 1
    • Cancer Cure Fund

    Equity Funds Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the equity/growth funds offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC Housing Opportunities Fund – Series 1:
    2. Fund Type Close-ended thematic equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark India Housing & Allied Business Index
      Fund Manager Srinivas Rao Ravuri and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor High

      Investment Objective of the HDFC Housing Opportunities Fund – Series 1

      The investment objective of the HDFC Housing Opportunities Fund – Series 1 is to offer capital appreciation over the long term by making investments primarily in equity and equity-related instruments of companies that are involved in and/or forecast to benefit from growth in the housing sector and business activities associated with it.

      Who is the HDFC Housing Opportunities Fund – Series 1 for?

      The HDFC Housing Opportunities Fund – Series 1 offers both the regular as well as the direct option. The regular option is ideal for those who want to route their investment via any distributor, while the direct option is perfect for those who want to make investments directly rather than routing them via any distributor.

    3. HDFC Equity Fund
    4. Fund Type Open-ended growth scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark Nifty 500
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Prashant Jain
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of the HDFC Equity Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Equity Fund is to generate capital appreciation via investment in equities and equity-related instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Equity Fund for?

      The HDFC Equity Fund – Direct Plan is ideal for investors who subscribe for or purchase units in a scheme directly with the fund rather than those whose investments are routed via a distributor.

    5. HDFC Top 100 Fund
    6. Fund Type Open-ended growth scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark S&P BSE 200
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Prashant Jain
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Top 100 Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Top 100 Fund is to generate capital appreciation in the long term by making investments in a portfolio comprising of equity and equity-related instruments of companies in the BSE 200 index.

      Who is the HDFC Top 100 Fund for?

      The HDFC Top 100 Fund is ideal for investors who look for long-term capital appreciation via investments in equity and equity-related instruments of companies in the S&P BSE 200 Index.

    7. HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund
    8. Fund Type Open-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark NIFTY Midcap 100
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Chirag Setalvad
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund is to generate capital growth over the long term via investment in a portfolio that mainly comprises of equity and equity-related instruments of small- and mid-cap companies.

      Who is the HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund for?

      The HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund is ideal for investors who want long-term capital appreciation through investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments of small- and mid-cap companies.

    9. HDFC Prudence Fund
    10. Fund Type Open-ended balanced scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • The redemption of up to 15% of the units allotted will be without any exit load.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark CRISIL Balanced Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Prashant Jain
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Prudence Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Prudence Fund is to offer long-term capital appreciation along with periodic returns via investment in a judicious combination of debt and equity instruments, with the objective to minimise/prevent the erosion of capital.

      Who is the HDFC Prudence Fund for?

      The HDFC Prudence Fund is ideal for investors who want periodic income along with capital growth whilst ensuring that their capital will remain safe from erosion over the long term.

    11. HDFC Balanced Fund
    12. Fund Type Open-ended balanced scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • The redemption of up to 15% of the units allotted can be done without any exit load.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark CRISIL Balanced Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Chirag Setalvad
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Balanced Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Balanced Fund is to generate capital growth and provide income through investment in a combined portfolio that consists of money market, debt, equity, and equity-related instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Balanced Fund for?

      The HDFC Balanced Fund is ideal for investors who want long-term capital appreciation in addition to current income.

    13. HDFC TaxSaver (ELSS)
    14. Fund Type Open-ended Equity-Linked Savings Scheme that comes with a 3-year lock-in period
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load Exit load will not be applicable on units allotted on dividend reinvestment and bonus units
      Benchmark NIFTY 500 Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC TaxSaver (ELSS)

      The investment objective of HDFC TaxSaver (ELSS) is to generate capital appreciation over the long term via investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is HDFC TaxSaver (ELSS) for?

      HDFC TaxSaver (ELSS) is ideal for investors who want long-term capital growth.

    15. HDFC Arbitrage Fund
    16. Fund Type Open-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a month from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 0.25% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a month from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Krishan Kumar Daga
      Risk Factor Moderately low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Arbitrage Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Arbitrage Fund is to generate income via arbitrage opportunities between derivative and cash market in addition to arbitrage opportunities within the derivative segment, and by deploying surplus cash in money market instruments and debt securities.

      Who is the HDFC Arbitrage Fund for?

      The HDFC Arbitrage Fund is ideal for investors who want short-term income, and income via arbitrage opportunities between derivative and cash market as well as from arbitrage opportunities within the derivative segment.

    17. HDFC Infrastructure Fund
    18. Fund Type Open-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark NIFTY 500 Index
      Fund Manager Srinivas Rao Ravuri
      Risk Factor High

      Investment Objective of HDFC Infrastructure Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Infrastructure Fund is to generate capital appreciation in the long term by making investments mainly in equity and equity-related securities of firms and organisations that are involved in or are forecast to benefit from the development and growth of infrastructure.

      Who is the HDFC Infrastructure Fund for?

      The HDFC Infrastructure Fund is ideal for those who want long-term capital growth via investment predominantly in equity-related and equity securities of organisations involved in the development and growth of infrastructure.

    19. HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund
    20. Fund Type Open-ended growth scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark NIFTY 500 Index
      Fund Manager Miten Lathia
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund is to generate long-term capital appreciation via investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments of strong companies.

      Who is the HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund for?

      The HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund is ideal for investors who want long-term capital appreciation.

    21. HDFC Long Term Advantage Fund (ELSS)
    22. Fund Type Open-ended Equity Linked Savings Scheme that comes with a 3-year lock-in period
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load Exit load will not be applicable on units allotted on dividend reinvestment or on bonus units
      Benchmark S&P BSE Sensex Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Chirag Setalvad
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Long Term Advantage Fund (ELSS)

      The investment objective of the HDFC Long Term Advantage Fund (ELSS) is to generate capital growth in the long term via investment in a portfolio that comprises mainly of equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Long Term Advantage Fund (ELSS) for?

      The HDFC Long Term Advantage Fund (ELSS) is ideal for investors who want long-term capital appreciation through investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments.

    23. HDFC Small Cap Fund
    24. Fund Type Open-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark NIFTY Smallcap 100 Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Chirag Setalvad
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Small Cap Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Small Cap Fund is to offer capital appreciation in the long term via investment mainly in small- and mid-cap companies.

      Who is the HDFC Small Cap Fund for?

      The HDFC Small Cap Fund is ideal for investors who want long-term capital appreciation through investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments of small-cap and mid-cap companies.

    25. HDFC Focused 30 Fund
    26. Fund Type Open-ended growth scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark S&P BSE 200 Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Focused 30 Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Focused 30 Fund is to generate capital growth via investment in equities of companies whose shares are available at prices lower than their actual value.

      Who is the HDFC Focused 30 Fund for?

      The HDFC Focused 30 Fund is ideal for investors who want long-term capital appreciation through investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments of companies whose shares are undervalued.

    27. HDFC Equity Savings Fund (Erstwhile HDFC Multiple)
    28. Fund Type Open-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case of redemption of up to 15% of the units, no exit load will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark NIFTY 50 Index (30%), CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index (30%), and NIFTY 50 Arbitrage Index (40%)
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas, Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Equity Savings Fund (Erstwhile HDFC Multiple)

      The investment objective of the HDFC Equity Savings Fund (Erstwhile HDFC Multiple) is to generate capital appreciation as well as income distributions to investors by way of arbitrage opportunities and investment in money market or debt instruments and equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Equity Savings Fund (Erstwhile HDFC Multiple) for?

      The HDFC Equity Savings Fund (Erstwhile HDFC Multiple) is ideal for investors who want capital appreciation in addition to income between the medium and long term.

    29. HDFC Index Fund – Nifty 50 Plan
    30. Fund Type Open-ended index-linked scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched out or redeemed within three days from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 0.25% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched out or redeemed after three days following the date of allotment, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark NIFTY 50 (Total Returns Index)
      Fund Manager Krishan Kumar Daga
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Index Fund – Nifty 50 Plan

      The investment objective of the HDFC Index Fund – Nifty 50 Plan is to generate returns that correspond with the performance of the Nifty Index via investment in equity securities that are covered under the index.

      Who is the HDFC Index Fund – Nifty 50 Plan for?

      The HDFC Index Fund – Nifty 50 Plan is ideal for those who want returns that correspond with Nifty’s performance.

    31. HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plan
    32. Fund Type Open-ended index-linked scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched out or redeemed within three days from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 0.25% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched out or redeemed after three days following the date of allotment, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark S&P BSE Sensex (Total Returns Index)
      Fund Manager Krishan Kumar Daga
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plan

      The investment objective of the HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plan is to generate returns that correspond with the performance of the Sensex via investment in equity securities covered under the Sensex.

      Who is the HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plan for?

      The HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plan is ideal for investors who want returns that correspond with the performance of Sensex.

    33. HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plus Plan
    34. Fund Type Open-ended index-linked scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched out or redeemed within three days from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 0.25% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched out or redeemed after three days following the date of allotment, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark S&P BSE Sensex (Total Returns Index)
      Fund Manager Krishan Kumar Daga
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plus Plan

      The investment objective of the HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plus Plan is to make an investment of 80% to 90% in companies that have listed their securities in Sensex, and the remainder in net assets of companies who have not listed their securities in Sensex.

      Who is the HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plus Plan for?

      The HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plus Plan is ideal for investors who want long-term capital appreciation by making investments mainly in companies whose securities are listed in Sensex.

    35. HDFC Growth Fund
    36. Fund Type Open-ended growth scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark S&P BSE Sensex
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Srinivas Rao Ravuri
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Growth Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Growth Fund is to generate capital appreciation over the long term via investment in a portfolio that comprises mainly of equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Growth Fund for?

      The HDFC Growth Fund is ideal for investors who want long-term capital growth through investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments.

    37. HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund
    38. Fund Type Open-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark NIFTY 50
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund is to offer capital appreciation in the long term by making investments mainly in the stocks of large cap companies.

      Who is the HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund for?

      The HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund is ideal for those who want long-term capital appreciation via investment in equity and equity-related instruments of large cap companies.

    39. HDFC Premier Multip-Cap Fund
    40. Fund Type Open-ended growth scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark NIFTY 500
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Premier Multi-Cap Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Premier Multi-Cap Fund is to generate long-term capital appreciation via investments in a diversified portfolio that consists of equity and equity-related instruments of mid- and large-cap ‘blue chip’ companies.

      Who is the HDFC Premier Multi-Cap Fund for?

      The HDFC Premier Multi-Cap Fund is ideal for investors who want long-term capital growth through investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments of mid- and large-cap ‘blue chip’ companies.

    41. HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund – II (1100 Days)
    42. Fund Type Close-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark NIFTY 50 Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Srinivas Rao Ravuri
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund –II (1100 D)

      The investment objective of the HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund – II (1100 D) is to generate capital appreciation in the long term via investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments across sectors and market capitalisations that will benefit from the Indian economy’s growth.

      Who is the HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund – II (1100 D) for?

      The HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund – II (1100 D) is ideal for investors who want capital growth over the tenure of the plan (1100 days) through investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments across sectors and market capitalisations.

    43. HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund – II (1126 D)
    44. Fund Type Close-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark NIFTY 50 Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Srinivas Rao Ravuri
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of the HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund – II (1126 D)

      The investment objective of the HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund – II (1126 D) is to generate capital appreciation in the long term via investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments across sectors and market capitalisations that will benefit from the Indian economy’s growth.

      Who is the HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund – II (1126 D) for?

      The HDFC Equity Opportunities Fund – II (1126 D) is ideal for investors who want capital growth over the tenure of the plan (1126 days) through investment mainly in equity and equity-related instruments across sectors and market capitalisations.

    Debt Funds Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the debt/income funds offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC Gilt Fund
    2. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark I-Sec Li-Bex
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Gilt Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Gilt Fund is to achieve credit risk-free returns by investing in sovereign securities of the State Government and/or Central Government, whose maturities range between medium and long term.

      Who is the HDFC Gilt Fund for?

      The HDFC Gilt Fund is ideal for investors who want credit risk-free returns between the medium and long term by investment in a portfolio consisting of securities issued by State/Central Government.

    3. HDFC Corporate Bond
    4. Fund Type Open-ended debt scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Anupan Joshi, and Shobhit Mehrotra
      Risk Factor Moderately low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Corporate Bond

      The investment objective of the HDFC Corporate Bond is to achieve capital appreciation and generate income via investments mainly in corporate bonds that are rated AA+ and above.

      Who is the HDFC Corporate Bond for?

      The HDFC Corporate Bond is ideal for investors who want regular income between the medium and long term by investments in money market and debt instruments along with government securities whose maturity periods are below 60 months.

    5. HDFC Short Term Debt Fund
    6. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Short-Term Bond Fund Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor Moderately low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Short Term Debt Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Short Term Debt Fund is to generate income on a regular basis via investments in money market/debt instruments along with government securities whose maturity periods are below 36 months.

      Who is the HDFC Short Term Debt Fund for?

      The HDFC Short Term Debt Fund is ideal for investors who want regular income in the short to medium term by making investments in government securities, money market, and debt instruments whose maturity periods are less than 36 months.

    7. HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund
    8. Fund Type Open-ended debt scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • No exit load will be applicable on the redemption of 15% of the units.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year but within 18 months from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 0.50% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after 18 months from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark CRISIL Short-Term Bond Fund Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli and Shobhit Mehrotra
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund is to generate income along with capital appreciation via investment mainly in corporate bonds that are rated AA and below.

      Who is the HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund for?

      The HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund is ideal for investors who want regular income between the medium and long term along with capital appreciation via investment mainly in corporate debt.

    9. HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund
    10. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • No exit load will be applicable on the redemption of 15% of the units.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas, Prashant Jain, and Shobhit Mehrotra
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund is to generate returns on a regular basis via investment mainly in money market and debt instruments. The scheme also aims at achieving capital appreciation in the long term via investment of a part of the assets in equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund for?

      The HDFC Hybrid Debt Fund is ideal for investors who want regular income over the medium to long term via investment in money market and debt instrument in addition to investment in equity and equity-related instruments.

    11. HDFC MF Monthly Income Plan – Short Term Plan
    12. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • No exit load will be applicable on the redemption of 15% of the units.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a year from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas, Vinay R Kulkarni, and Shobhit Mehrotra
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC MF Monthly Income Plan – Short Term Plan

      The investment objective of the HDFC MF Monthly Income Plan – Short Term Plan is to achieve returns on a regular basis via investment mainly in money market and debt instruments. The scheme also aims at generating capital appreciation in the long term via investment of a part of the assets in equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is the HDFC MF Monthly Income Plan – Short Term Plan for?

      The HDFC MF Monthly Income Plan – Short Term Plan is ideal for investors who want regular income over the medium to long term by investing in money market and debt instruments in addition to equity and equity-related instruments.

    13. HDFC Dynamic Debt Fund
    14. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within six month from the date on which they were allotted, the exit load payable will be 0.50%.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after six months from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Anil Bamboli
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Dynamic Debt Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Dynamic Debt Fund is to accrue income via investment in a variety of money market and debt instruments that come with different maturity dates. The scheme aims at maximising income, and, at the same time, maintaining the optimum balance of liquidity, safety, and yield.

      Who is the HDFC Dynamic Debt Fund for?

      The HDFC Dynamic Debt Fund is ideal for investors who want stable returns over the medium to long term and want to maximise income via investment in money market and debt instruments with different maturity dates.

    15. HDFC Banking and PSU Debt Fund
    16. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Anil Bamboli
      Risk Factor Moderately low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Banking and PSU Debt Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Banking and PSU Debt Fund is to generate income on a regular basis via investment in a portfolio of money market and debt instruments that comprise mainly of securities issued by entities like Public Sector undertakings and Scheduled Commercial Banks.

      Who is the HDFC Banking and PSU Debt Fund for?

      The HDFC Banking and PSU Debt Fund is ideal for investors who want regular income over the medium to long term through investment in money market and debt instruments that consist of securities issued by Public Sector undertakings and Scheduled Commercial Banks.

    17. HDFC Medium Term Debt Fund
    18. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Shobhit Mehrotra
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Medium Term Debt Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Medium Term Fund is to generate income via investment in a variety of money market and debt instruments that come with differing maturity dates. The fund aims at maximising income, and, at the same time, maintaining the optimum balance of liquidity, safety, and yield.

      Who is the HDFC Medium Term Debt Fund for?

      The HDFC Medium Term Debt Fund is ideal for investors who want stable returns over the short to medium term, and for those who want to maximise income by investment in a variety of money market and debt instruments that come with differing maturity dates.

    19. HDFC Income Fund
    20. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed within a month from the date on which they were allotted, the exit load payable will be 0.25%.
      • In case units are switched-out or redeemed after a month from the date on which they were allotted, there will be no exit load.
      Benchmark CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Shobhit Mehrotra
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Income Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Income Fund is to optimise returns via investment in money market and debt instruments while ensuring that the balance of liquidity, yield, and safety is maintained.

      Who is the HDFC Income Fund for?

      The HDFC Income Fund is ideal for investors who want income on a regular basis over the medium to long term, and for those who wish to optimise returns while ensuring that the balance of liquidity, yield, and safety is maintained.

    21. HDFC Floating Rate Debt Fund
    22. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Shobhit Mehrotra
      Risk Factor Moderately low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Floating Rate Debt Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Floating Rate Debt Fund is to generate income on a regular basis via investment in a portfolio that consists mainly of floating rate money market/debt instruments, fixed rate money market/debt instruments switched for floating rate returns, and fixed rate money market and debt instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Floating Rate Debt Fund for?

      The HDFC Floating Rate Debt Fund is ideal for investors who want regular income over the short term via investment in floating rate money market/debt instruments, fixed rate money market/debt instruments switched for floating rate returns, and fixed rate money market and debt instruments of short term maturities with higher liquidity.

    23. HDFC Low Duration Fund
    24. Fund Type Open-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Anupam Joshi
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Low Duration Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Low Duration Fund is to generate income on a regular basis via investment in money market instruments and debt securities.

      Who is the HDFC Low Duration Fund for?

      The HDFC Low Duration Fund is ideal for investors who want regular income over the short term through investment in money market and debt instruments.

    Liquid Funds Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the liquid funds offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC Money Market Fund
    2. Fund Type Open-ended high liquidity income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Anil Bamboli
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Money Market Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Money Market Fund is to generate optimal returns while ensuring that high liquidity and safety are maintained.

      Who is the HDFC Money Market Fund for?

      The HDFC Money Market Fund is ideal for investors who want optimal returns in the short term via investment in money market and debt instruments that come with maturity periods of less than 91 days.

    3. HDFC Cash Management Fund – Call Plan
    4. Fund Type Open-ended high liquidity income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Anil Bamboli
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Cash Management Fund – Call Plan

      The investment objective of the HDFC Cash Management Fund – Call Plan is to generate optimal returns while ensuring that high liquidity and safety are maintained.

      Who is the HDFC Cash Management Fund – Call Plan for?

      The HDFC Cash Management Fund – Call Plan is ideal for investors who want optimal returns over the short term by investing in CBLO (Collateralised Borrowing and Lending Obligations), fixed income securities with overnight liquidity/maturity, and overnight reverse repos in Government securities.

    5. HDFC Liquid Fund Premium Plan
    6. Fund Type Open-ended liquidity income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Shobhit Mehrotra
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Liquid Fund Premium Plan

      The investment objective of the HDFC Liquid Fund Premium Plan is to increase income while ensuring that a high level of liquidity is maintained, by investing in a judicious portfolio that consists of debt and money market instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Liquid Fund Premium Plan for?

      The HDFC Liquid Fund Premium Plan is ideal for investors who want short-term income via investment in money market and debt instruments.

    7. HDFC Liquid Fund
    8. Fund Type Open-ended high liquidity income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
      Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Anupam Joshi
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Liquid Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Liquid Fund is to generate income while ensuring that a high level a liquidity is maintained via investment in a judicious portfolio that consists of debt and money market instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Liquid Fund for?

      The HDFC Liquid Fund is ideal for investors who want short-term income via investment in money market and debt instruments.

    Children’s Gift Fund Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following is the children’s gift fund offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    HDFC Children’s Gift Fund

    Fund Type Open-ended balanced scheme
    Entry Load N/A
    Exit Load
    • Nil if the units are subject to a lock-in period or if they are switched out or redeemed after three years from the date on which they were allotted.
    • 1% in case the units are switched-out or redeemed after two years but before three years from the date on which they were allotted.
    • 2% in case the units are switched-out or redeemed after one year but before two years from the date on which they were allotted.
    • 3% in case the units are switched-out or redeemed within a year from the date on which they were allotted.
    Benchmark CRISIL Balanced Fund – Aggressive Index
    Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Chirag Setalvad
    Risk Factor Moderately high

    Investment Objective of HDFC Children’s Gift Fund

    The investment objective of the HDFC Children’s Gift Fund is to generate capital appreciation over the long term via investment mainly in equities and equity-related instruments. The assets under this fund will also be invested in money market/debt instruments and their objective will be to generate long term returns while ensuring that risk is under control.

    Who is the HDFC Children’s Gift Fund for?

    The HDFC Children’s Gift Fund is ideal for investors who want long-term capital appreciation via investment in money market and debt instruments as well as equity and equity-related instruments.

    Retirement Savings Fund Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following is the retirement savings fund offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    HDFC Retirement Savings Fund

    Fund Type Open-ended notified tax savings cum pension scheme
    Entry Load N/A
    Exit Load
    • In case the units are switched-out or redeemed before the investor completes 60 years of age, an exit load of 1% will be applicable.
    • In case the units are switched-out or redeemed after the investor has attained 60 years of age, the exit load will be nil.
    Benchmark NIFTY 500 Index for the Equity Plan; CRISIL Balanced Fund – Aggressive Index for the Hybrid-Equity Plan; and CRISIL MIP Blended Index for the Hybrid-Debt Plan
    Fund Manager Shobhit Mehrotra, Rakesh Vyas, and Chirag Setalvad
    Risk Factor Moderately high

    Investment Objective of HDFC Retirement Savings Fund

    The investment objective of the HDFC Retirement Savings Fund is to ensure that an investor has sufficient corpus post his/her retirement. The scheme invests primarily in money market and debt instruments as well as equity and equity-related instruments to provide an income equivalent to the fund value at the time of redemption (on attaining retirement age).

    Who is the HDFC Retirement Savings Fund for?

    The HDFC Retirement Savings Fund is ideal for investors who want a corpus to get pension income equivalent to the fund value at the time of redemption after they have crossed 60 years of age.

    Fixed Maturity Plans Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the fixed maturity plans offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC FMP 97D May 2018 (1)
    2. HDFC FMP 1134D May 2018 (1)
    3. HDFC FMP 1434D May 2018 (1)
    4. HDFC FMP 1181D April 2018 (1)
    5. HDFC FMP 1146D April 2018 (1)
    6. HDFC FMP 1183D April 2018 (1)
    7. HDFC FMP 1177D March 2018 (1)
    8. HDFC FMP 1145D March 2018 (1)
    9. HDFC FMP 1147D March 2018 (1)
    10. HDFC FMP 92D March 2018 (1)
    11. HDFC FMP 1143D March 2018 (1)
    12. HDFC FMP 1150D March 2018 (1)
    13. HDFC FMP 1208D March 2018 (1)
    14. HDFC FMP 1158D February 2018 (1)
    15. HDFC FMP 92D February 2018 (1)
    16. HDFC FMP 1430D July 2017 (1)
    17. HDFC FMP 1136D June 2017 (1)
    18. HDFC FMP 1166D May 2017 (1)
    19. HDFC FMP 1165D April 2017 (1)
    20. HDFC FMP 1172D April 2017 (1)
    21. HDFC FMP 1188D March 2017 (1)
    22. HDFC FMP 1213D March 2017 (1)
    23. HDFC FMP 1150D February 2017 (1)
    24. HDFC FMP 1170D February 2017 (1)
    25. HDFC FMP 1155D February 2017 (1)
    26. HDFC FMP 1178D February 2017 (1)
    27. HDFC FMP 1169D February 2017 (1)
    28. HDFC FMP 1199D January 2017 (1)
    29. HDFC FMP 1218D December 2016 (1)
    30. HDFC FMP 1302D September 2016 (1)
    31. HDFC FMP 1309D September 2016 (1)
    32. HDFC FMP 1111D September 2016 (1)
    33. HDFC FMP 1161D July 2016 (1)
    34. HDFC FMP 1112D June 2016 (1)
    35. HDFC FMP 1128D June 2016 (1)
    36. HDFC FMP 1127D June 2016 (1)
    37. HDFC FMP 1113D June 2016 (1)
    38. HDFC FMP 1127D May 2016 (1)
    39. HDFC FMP 1153D April 2016 (1)
    40. HDFC FMP 1104D April 2016 (1)
    41. HDFC FMP 1107D March 2016 (1)
    42. HDFC FMP 1190D March 2016 (1)
    43. HDFC FMP 1114D March 2016 (1)
    44. HDFC FMP 1120D March 2016 (1)
    45. HDFC FMP 1140D March 2016 (1)
    46. HDFC FMP 92D March 2016 (1)
    47. HDFC FMP 1132D February 2016 (1)
    48. HDFC FMP 1148D February 2016 (2)
    49. HDFC FMP 1161D February 2016 (1)
    50. HDFC FMP 1148D February 2016 (1)
    51. HDFC FMP 1168D February 2016 (1)
    52. HDFC FMP 1155D February 2016 (1)
    53. HDFC FMP1167D January 2016 (1)
    54. HDFC FMP 1176D January 2016 (1)
    55. HDFC FMP 1183D January 2016 (1)
    56. HDFC FMP 1105D December 2015 (1)
    57. HDFC FMP 1111D November 2015 (1)
    58. HDFC FMP 1105D October 2015 (1)
    59. HDFC FMP 1108D September 2015 (1)
    60. HDFC FMP 1141D July 2015 (1)
    61. HDFC FMP 1126D July 2015 (1)
    62. HDFC FMP 1134D July 2015 (1)
    63. HDFC FMP 1112D June 2015 (1)
    64. HDFC FMP 1127D May 2015 (1)
    65. HDFC FMP 1106D May 2015 (1)
    66. HDFC FMP 1115D March 2015 (1)
    67. HDFC FMP 1128D March 2015 (1)
    68. HDFC FMP 1135D March 2015 (1)
    69. HDFC FMP 1157D February 2015 (1)
    70. HDFC FMP 1184D January 2015 (1)
    71. HDFC FMP 1115D January 2015 (1)
    72. HDFC FMP 1107D December 2014 (1)
    73. HDFC FMP 111D November 2014 (1)
    74. HDFC FMP 1113D November 2014 (1)
    75. HDFC FMP 1107D October 2014 (1)
    76. HDFC FMP 1113D October 2014 (1)
    77. HDFC FMP 1125D September 2014 (1)
    78. HDFC FMP 1128D September 2014 (1)
    79. HDFC FMP 1134D September 2014 (1)
    80. HDFC FMP 1099D August 2014 (1)
    81. HDFC FMP 1113D August 2014 (1)
    82. HDFC FMP 1116D July 2014 (1)
    83. HDFC FMP 1123D July 2014 (1)
    84. HDFC FMP 750D June 2014 (1)
    85. HDFC FMP 371D June 2014 (1)
    86. HDFC FMP 370D June 2014 (2)
    87. HDFC FMP 371D June 2014 (2)
    88. HDFC FMP 371D June 2014 (1)
    89. HDFC FMP 747D June 2014 (1)
    90. HDFC FMP 370D June 2014 (1)
    91. HDFC FMP 366D May 2014 (2)
    92. HDFC FMP 371D May 2014 (1)
    93. HDFC FMP 366D May 2014 (1)
    94. HDFC FMP 370D May 2014 (2)
    95. HDFC FMP 367D May 2014 (2)
    96. HDFC FMP 370D May 2014 (1)
    97. HDFC FMP 367D May 2014 (1)
    98. HDFC FMP 370D April 2014 (4)
    99. HDFC FMP 367D April 2014 (1)
    100. HDFC FMP 1100D April 2014 (1)
    101. HDFC FMP 370D April 2014 (1)
    102. HDFC FMP 369D April 2014 (1)
    103. HDFC FMP 366D March 2014 (2)
    104. HDFC FMP 377D March 2014 (1)
    105. HDFC FMP 378D March 2014 (1)
    106. HDFC FMP 1127D March 2014 (1)
    107. HDFC FMP 1095D March 2014 (1)
    108. HDFC FMP 3360D March 2014 (1)
    109. HDFC FMP 390D March 2014 (1)
    110. HDFC FMP 400D March 2014 (1)
    111. HDFC FMP 370D March 2014 (1)
    112. HDFC FMP 371D February 2014 (2)
    113. HDFC FMP 434D February 2014 (1)
    114. HDFC FMP 793D February 2014 (1)
    115. HDFC FMP 369D February 2014 (2)
    116. HDFC FMP 441D February 2014 (1)
    117. HDFC FMP 371D February 2014 (1)
    118. HDFC FMP 370D February 2014 (1)
    119. HDFC FMP 447D February 2014 (1)
    120. HDFC FMP 369D February 2014 (1)
    121. HDFC FMP 453D February 2014 (1)
    122. HDFC FMP 372D February 2014 (1)
    123. HDFC FMP 840D January 2014 (1)
    124. HDFC FMP 371D January 2014 (2)
    125. HDFC FMP 1175D January 2014 (1)
    126. HDFC FMP 370D January 2014 (1)
    127. HDFC FMP 372D January 2014 (1)
    128. HDFC FMP 371D January 2014 (1)
    129. HDFC FMP 372D December 2013 (2)
    130. HDFC FMP 372D December 2013 (1)
    131. HDFC FMP 368D December 2013 (1)
    132. HDFC FMP 531D December 2013 (1)
    133. HDFC FMP 371D December 2013 (2)
    134. HDFC FMP 540D December 2013 (1)
    135. HDFC FMP 371D December 2013 (1)
    136. HDFC FMP 370D November 2013 (1)
    137. HDFC FMP 923D November 2013 (1)
    138. HDFC FMP 371D November 2013 (2)
    139. HDFC FMP 371D November 2013 (1)
    140. HDFC FMP 370D October 2013 (5)
    141. HDFC FMP 370D October 2013 (4)
    142. HDFC FMP 370D October 2013 (3)
    143. HDFC FMP 737D October 2013 (1)
    144. HDFC FMP 372D October 2013 (1)
    145. HDFC FMP 370D October 2013 (2)
    146. HDFC FMP 370D October 2013 (1)
    147. HDFC FMP 742D September 2013 (1)
    148. HDFC FMP 370D September 2013 (4)
    149. HDFC FMP 370D September 2013 (3)
    150. HDFC FMP 370D September 2013 (2)
    151. HDFC FMP 370D September 2013 (1)
    152. HDFC FMP 370D August 2013 (4)
    153. HDFC FMP 1875D August 2013 (1)
    154. HDFC FMP 370D August 2013 (3)
    155. HDFC FMP 370D August 2013 (2)
    156. HDFC FMP 1001D August 2013 (1)
    157. HDFC FMP 370D August 2013 (1)
    158. HDFC FMP 1846D August 2013 (1)
    159. HDFC FMP 371D August 2013 (1)
    160. HDFC FMP 1143D July 2013 (1)
    161. HDFC FMP 370D July 2013 (3)
    162. HDFC FMP 371D July 2013 (1)
    163. HDFC FMP 1107D May 2013 (1)
    164. HDFC FMP 1198D February 2013 (1)
    165. HDFC FMP 1919D January 2013 (1)
    166. HDFC FMP 36M October 2011 (1)
    167. HDFC FMP 370D October 2011 (2)
    168. HDFC FMP 370D October 2011 (1)
    Fund Type Close-ended income scheme
    Entry Load N/A
    Exit Load N/A
    Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index for plans whose maturity periods are less than 91 days; CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index for plans whose maturity periods exceed 91 days and are under 36 months; and CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index for plans whose maturity periods exceed 36 months
    Fund Manager Rakesh Vyas and Anupam Joshi
    Risk Factor Moderate

    Investment Objective of HDFC Fixed Maturity Plans

    The investment objective of these funds is to generate income via investment in government securities and money market and debt instruments whose maturity periods end prior to the plan’s maturity date.

    Who are the HDFC Fixed Maturity Plans for?

    HDFC Fixed Maturity Plans are ideal for those who want regular income over the tenure of the plan via investment in government securities and money market and debt instruments.

    Exchange Traded Funds Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the exchange traded funds offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC Gold Exchange Traded Fund
    2. Fund Type Open-ended exchange traded fund
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark Domestic Price of Physical Gold
      Fund Manager Krishan Kumar Daga
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Gold Exchange Traded Fund

      The investment objective of the HDFC Gold Exchange Traded Fund is to generate returns equivalent to the performance of gold via investment mainly in gold bullion of 0.995 fineness.

      Who is the HDFC Gold Exchange Traded Fund for?

      The HDFC Gold Exchange Traded Fund is ideal for investors who want returns that correspond with the performance of gold.

    3. HDFC Nifty 50 ETF
    4. Fund Type Open-ended exchange traded fund
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark Nifty 50 Index
      Fund Manager Krishan Kumar Daga
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Nifty 50 ETF

      The investment objective of the HDFC Nifty 50 ETF is to generate returns that correspond with the overall returns of the securities under the Nifty 50 Index.

      Who is the HDFC Nifty 50 ETF for?

      The Nifty 50 ETF is ideal for investors who want returns that correspond with the performance of the Nifty 50 Index via investment in equity securities that are covered under the index.

    5. HDFC Sensex ETF
    6. Fund Type Open-ended exchange traded fund
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark S&P BSE Sensex
      Fund Manager Krishan Kumar Daga
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Sensex ETF

      The investment objective of the HDFC Sensex ETF is to generate returns that correspond with the overall returns of the securities under the S&P BSE Sensex Index.

      Who is the HDFC Sensex ETF for?

      The HDFC Sensex ETF is ideal for investors who want returns that correspond with the performance of the S&P BSE Sensex Index via investment in equity securities that fall under the index.

    Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Schemes Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Schemes offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan B
    2. Fund Type Close-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark S&P BSE 100 Index
      Fund Manager Srinivas Rao Ravuri
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan B

      The investment objective of HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan B is to generate capital growth over the long term via investment in a portfolio of eligible securities as prescribed in Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme.

      Who is HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan B for?

      The HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan B is ideal for investors who want capital growth over the tenure of the fund (1100 days).

    3. HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan A
    4. Fund Type Close-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark S&P BSE 100
      Fund Manager Srinivas Rao Ravuri
      Risk Factor High

      Investment Objective of HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan A

      The investment objective of HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan A is to generate capital growth over the long term via investment in a portfolio comprising of eligible securities as prescribed in Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme.

      Who is HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan A for?

      The HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan A is ideal for investors who want capital growth over the tenure of the fund (1100 days).

    5. HDFC Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme – Series 2
    6. Fund Type Close-ended equity scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark S&P BSE 100 Index
      Fund Manager Srinivas Rao Ravuri
      Risk Factor High

      Investment Objective of HDFC Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme – Series 2

      The investment objective of the HDFC Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme – Series 2 is to generate capital growth via investment in a portfolio consisting of eligible securities as prescribed in Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme.

      Who is HDFC Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme – Series 2 for?

      The HDFC Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme – Series 2 is ideal for investors who want capital appreciation in the long term.

    Dual Advantage Funds Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the Dual Advantage Funds offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1224D
    2. Fund Type Close-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Debt Hybrid 75+25 Fund Index for plans with tenures up to 42 months; and CRISIL Debt Hybrid 60+40 Fund Index for plans with tenures between 42 months and 66 months
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1224D

      The investment objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1224D is to generate income via investment mainly in a portfolio that consists of money market and debt instruments whose maturity dates are prior to the maturity of the scheme. It also aims at generating capital appreciation via investment partly in equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is the HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1224D for?

      The HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1224D is ideal for investors who want regular income in addition to capital appreciation over the tenure of the fund (1224 days), via investment in money market and debt instruments as well as equity and equity-related securities.

    3. HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1267D
    4. Fund Type Close-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Debt Hybrid 75+25 Fund Index for plans with tenures up to 42 months; and CRISIL Debt Hybrid 60+40 Fund Index for plans with tenures between 42 months and 66 months
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1267D

      The investment objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1267D is to achieve income via investment in a portfolio consisting of money market and debt instruments that mature on or prior to the maturity date of the scheme. It also aims at investing a part of the portfolio in equity and equity-related instruments to generate capital appreciation.

      Who is HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1267D for?

      HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1267D is ideal for investors who want regular income in addition to capital appreciation over the tenure of the fund (1267 days), via investment in money market and debt instruments as well as equity and equity-related securities.

    5. HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1304D
    6. Fund Type Close-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Debt Hybrid 75+25 Fund Index for plans with tenures up to 42 months; and CRISIL Debt Hybrid 60+40 Fund Index for plans with tenures between 42 months and 66 months
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1304D

      The investment objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1304D is to generate income via investment mainly in a portfolio that consists of money market and debt instruments whose maturity dates are prior to the maturity of the scheme. It also aims at generating capital appreciation via investment partly in equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is HDC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1304D

      HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1304D is ideal for investors who seek regular income along with capital appreciation over the tenure of the fund (1304 days), via investment in money market and debt instruments as well as equity and equity-related securities.

    7. HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1111D
    8. Fund Type Close-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Debt Hybrid 75+25 Fund Index for plans with tenures up to 42 months; and CRISIL Debt Hybrid 60+40 Fund Index for plans with tenures between 42 months and 66 months
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1111D

      The investment objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1111D is to generate income through investment in money market and debt securities whose maturity period ends prior to the maturity period of the scheme. It also aims at achieving capital appreciation through investment in equity and equity-related securities.

      Who is HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1111D for?

      HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1111D is ideal for those who want to earn income in addition to capital appreciation over the tenure of the fund (1111 days).

    9. HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1099D
    10. Fund Type Close-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Debt Hybrid 75+25 Fund Index for plans with tenures up to 42 months; and CRISIL Debt Hybrid 60+40 Fund Index for plans with tenures between 42 months and 66 months
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1099D

      The investment objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1099D is to generate income via investment in money market and debt instruments whose maturity period is shorter than the maturity period of the scheme. It also aims at achieving capital appreciation via investment in equity and equity-related securities.

      Who is HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1099D for?

      HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1099D is ideal for investors who want regular income along with capital appreciation over the tenure of the fund (1099 days).

    11. HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1160D
    12. Fund Type Close-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Debt Hybrid 75+25 Fund Index for plans with tenures up to 42 months; and CRISIL Debt Hybrid 60+40 Fund Index for plans with tenures between 42 months and 66 months
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1160D

      The investment objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1160D is to generate income via investment in a portfolio consisting of money market and debt instruments whose maturity periods end before the maturity period of the fund. It also aims at achieving capital appreciation through investment in equity and equity-related securities.

      Who is HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1160D for?

      HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1160D is ideal for investors who want capital appreciation as well as regular income over the tenure of the scheme (1160 days).

    13. HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series I – 1100D
    14. Fund Type Close-ended income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Debt Hybrid 75+25 Fund Index for plans with tenures up to 42 months; and CRISIL Debt Hybrid 60+40 Fund Index for plans with tenures between 42 months and 66 months
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor Moderate

      Investment Objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series I – 1100D

      The investment objective of HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series I – 1100D is to accrue capital via investment in a portfolio consisting of money market and debt securities whose maturity periods end before the maturity period of the fund. It also aims to generate capital appreciation via investment in equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series I – 1100D for?

      HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series I – 1100D is ideal for investors who want capital appreciation as well as regular income over the tenure of the scheme (1100 days).

    Capital Protection Oriented Funds Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the Capital Protection Oriented Funds offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC CPO – III – 1173D January 2015
    2. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – III – 1173D January 2015

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – III – 1173D January 2015 is to generate returns via investment in a portfolio that consists of money market and debt securities whose maturity periods end prior to the maturity period of the fund. The fund also aims at achieving capital appreciation by investing partly in equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is HDFC CPO – III – 1173D January 2015 for?

      HDFC CPO – III – 1173D January 2015 is ideal for investors who want capital appreciation along with regular income over the tenure of the fund (1173 days) via investment in money market and debt instruments as well as equity and equity-related instruments.

    3. HDFC CPO – III – 1207D December 2014
    4. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – III – 1207D December 2014

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – III – 1207D December 2014 is to generate returns through investment in a portfolio that comprises of money market and debt securities whose maturity period ends prior to the maturity period of the scheme. The fund also aims at investing partly in equity and equity-related securities in order to generate capital appreciation.

      Who is HDFC CPO – III – 1207D December 2014 for?

      HDFC CPO – III – 1207D December 2014 is ideal for investors who want capital appreciation as well as regular income over the tenure of the fund (1207 days) by making investments in money market and debt instruments as well as equity and equity-related instruments.

    5. HDFC CPO – III – 1100D October 2014
    6. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – III – 1100D October 2014

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – III – 1100D October 2014 is to generate returns by making investments in a portfolio comprising of money market and debt instruments whose maturity periods end prior to the maturity period of the fund. The fund also aims at generating capital appreciation via investing partly in a portfolio of equity and equity-related securities.

      Who is HDFC CPO – III – 1100D October 2014 for?

      HDFC CPO – III – 1100D October 2014 is ideal for those who want regular income in addition to capital appreciation over the tenure of the scheme (1100 days). It also aims at generating returns via investment in money market and debt securities as well as equity and equity-related instruments.

    7. HDFC CPO – II – 36M June 2014
    8. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – II – 36M June 2014

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – II – 36M June 2014 is to generate returns via investment in a portfolio that comprises of money market and debt securities whose maturity periods end prior to the maturity period of the scheme. The fund also aims at investing partly in equity and equity-related instruments and generating capital appreciation.

      Who is HDFC CPO – II – 36M June 2014 for?

      HDFC CPO – II – 36M June 2014 is ideal for those who want capital appreciation in addition to regular income over the long term via investment in money market and debt securities as well as equity and equity-related instruments.

    9. HDFC CPO – II – 36M May 2014
    10. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – II – 36M May 2014

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – II – 36M May 2014 is to generate returns through investment in a portfolio that consists of money market and debt instruments whose maturity periods end prior to the maturity period of the scheme. The fund also aims at generating capital appreciation via investment in a portfolio of equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is HDFC CPO – II – 36M May 2014 for?

      HDFC CPO – II – 36M May 2014 is a great option for those who want capital appreciation as well as regular income over the long term via investment in a portfolio of money market and debt securities as well as in equity and equity-related securities.

    11. HDFC CPO – II – 36M February 2014
    12. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – II – 36M February 2014

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – II – 36M February 2014 is to generate income by making investments in a portfolio that consists of money market and debt securities whose maturity periods end before the maturity period of the scheme. The fund also aims at generating capital appreciation via investment in a portfolio of equity and equity-related securities.

      Who is HDFC CPO – II – 36M February 2014 for?

      HDFC CPO – II – 36M February 2014 is a good option for investors who want capital appreciation in addition to regular income over the long term via investment in a portfolio of money market and debt securities as well as equity and equity-related instruments.

    13. HDFC CPO – II – 36M January 2014
    14. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – II – 36M January 2014

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – II – 36M January 2014 is to accrue returns via investments in a portfolio comprising of money market and debt securities whose maturity periods end prior to the maturity period of the scheme. The fund also aims at investing partly in equity and equity-related instruments to generate capital appreciation.

      Who is HDFC CPO – II – 36M January 2014 for?

      HDFC – CPO – II – 36M January 2014 is a good investment option for those who want long-term capital appreciation in addition to regular income by investing in money market and debt securities as well as equity and equity-related instruments.

    15. HDFC CPO – I – 36M October 2013
    16. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – I – 36M – October 2013

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – I – 36M – October 2013 is to generate returns via investment in a portfolio that comprises of money market and debt securities whose maturity periods end prior to the maturity period of the scheme. The fund also aims at investing partly in equity and equity-related instruments and generating capital appreciation.

      Who is HDFC CPO – I – 36M – October 2013 for?

      HDFC CPO – I – 36M – October 2013 is ideal for investors who want regular income in addition to long-term capital appreciation by investing in money market and debt instruments as well as in equity and equity-related securities.

    17. HDFC CPO – I – 36M September 2013
    18. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – I – 36M September 2013

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – I – 36M September 2013 is to generate income by making investments in a portfolio consisting of money market and debt securities whose maturity periods end prior to the maturity period of the scheme. The fund also aims at generating capital appreciation via investment in a portfolio of equity and equity-related securities.

      Who is HDFC CPO – I – 36M September 2013 for?

      HDFC CPO – I – 36M September 2013 is a good option for investors who want long-term capital appreciation as well as regular income by investing in a portfolio of money market and debt securities as well as in equity and equity-related securities.

    19. HDFC CPO – I – 36M August 2013
    20. Fund Type Close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Rakesh Vyas, and Vinay R Kulkarni
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC CPO – I – 36M – August 2013

      The investment objective of HDFC CPO – I – 36M – August 2013 is to generate income via investment in money market and debt securities whose maturity period ends prior to the maturity period of the fund. The fund also aims at generating capital appreciation via investment in a portfolio consisting of equity and equity-related instruments.

      Who is HDFC CPO – I – 36M – August 2013 for?

      HDFC CPO – I – 36M – August 2013 is an ideal investment option for those who want long-term capital appreciation as well as regular income via investment in a portfolio consisting of money market and debt securities as well as in equity and equity-related instruments.

    Fund of Fund Schemes Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the Fund of Fund Schemes offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC Dynamic PE Ratio FOF
    2. Fund Type Open-ended Fund of Funds Scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Balanced Fund Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Dynamic PE Ratio FOF

      The investment objective of HDFC Dynamic PE Ratio FOF is to generate capital appreciation via management of the asset allocation between certain debt and equity schemes of HDFC Mutual Fund.

      Who is HDFC Dynamic PE Ratio FOF for?

      HDFC Dynamic PE Ratio FOF is a good option for those who want long-term capital appreciation by investing in certain debt and equity schemes of HDFC Mutual Fund.

    3. HDFC Gold Fund
    4. Fund Type Open-ended Fund of Funds Scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark Domestic Price of Physical Gold
      Fund Manager Krishan Kumar Daga
      Risk Factor Moderately high

      Investment Objective of HDFC Gold Fund

      The investment objective of HDFC Gold Fund is to generate capital appreciation via investment in units of HDFC Gold Exchange Traded Fund.

    Who is the HDFC Gold Fund for?

    The HDFC Gold Fund is a great investment option for those who want long-term capital appreciation via investment in units of HDFC Gold Exchange Traded Fund.

    Annual Interval Fund – Series 1 Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following is the Annual Interval Fund – Series 1 offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    HDFC Annual Interval Fund – Series 1 – Plan A, B

    Fund Type Interval income scheme
    Entry Load N/A
    Exit Load N/A
    Benchmark CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index
    Fund Manager Anil Bamboli and Rakesh Vyas
    Risk Factor Moderately low

    Investment Objective of HDFC Annual Interval Fund – Series 1 – Plan A, B

    The investment objective of HDFC Annual Interval Fund – Series 1 – Plan A, B is to generate income via investment in money market and debt securities as well as government securities whose maturity periods end prior to the opening of the immediately following Specified Transaction Period.

    Who is HDFC Annual Interval Fund – Series 1 – Plan A, B for?

    HDFC Annual Interval Fund – Series 1 – Plan A, B is ideal for those who want short-term regular income via investment in money market and debt instruments as well as government securities.

    Cancer Cure Funds Offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    The following are the Cancer Cure Funds offered by HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.:

    1. HDFC Charity Fund for Cancer Cure
    2. Fund Type Close-ended scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark NIFTY 50 Arbitrage Index for the Arbitrage Plan and CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index for the Debt Plan
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli, Krishan Kumar Daga, and Rakesh Vyas
      Risk Factor Moderately low

      Investment Objective of the HDFC Charity Fund for Cancer Cure

      The investment objective of the HDFC Charity Fund for Cancer Cure (Arbitrage Plan) is to generate income via arbitrage opportunities between derivative and cash market as well as via investments in money market and debt securities. The investment objective of the HDFC Charity Fund for Cancer Cure (Debt Plan) is to generate income via investments in money market and debt securities as well as government securities whose maturity periods end prior to the maturity period of the scheme.

      Who is the HDFC Charity Fund for Cancer Cure for?

      The HDFC Charity Fund for Cancer Cure is a good option for those who want regular income over the 1136 days (tenure of the fund) via investment in money market and debt securities as well as government securities.

    3. HDFC Debt Fund for Cancer Cure 2014
    4. Fund Type Three-year close-ended capital protection oriented income scheme
      Entry Load N/A
      Exit Load N/A
      Benchmark CRISIL Short-Term Bond Fund Index
      Fund Manager Anil Bamboli
      Risk Factor Low

      Investment Objective of HDFC Debt Fund for Cancer Cure 2014

      The investment objective of HDFC Debt Fund for Cancer Cure 2014 is to generate income via investment in a portfolio comprising of fixed income instruments such as money market and debt securities as well as government securities whose maturity periods end prior to the maturity period of the scheme. It also aims at protecting the capital via these investments.

    Who is the HDFC Debt Fund for Cancer Cure 2014 for?

    The HDFC Debt Fund for Cancer Cure 2014 is a good investment option for investors who want to ensure that their capital is protected along with the generation of long-term income via investments in money market and debt instruments as well as in government securities.

    Save Tax by Investing in Tax Savings Mutual Funds from HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

    Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961, allows deductions up to Rs.1.5 lakh for investments made in tax-saving mutual funds. If you wish to save tax, here are some of the funds from HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd. that can help you do just that:

    • HDFC Long Term Advantage Fund (ELSS)
    • HDFC TaxSaver (ELSS)
    • HDFC Retirement Savings Fund

    Who is Eligible for HDFC Mutual Funds?

    The following entities can invest in HDFC Mutual Funds:

    • Banking companies
    • Companies
    • FIIs
    • Hindu Undivided Families
    • Insurance companies
    • NRIs
    • Parents or lawful guardians on behalf of minors
    • Partnership firms
    • Pension funds
    • Public financial institutions
    • Resident individuals
    • Trusts

    Documents Required for HDFC Mutual Funds

    The following are the documents you will need to invest in HDFC Mutual Funds:

    • Application form (one for opening a mutual fund account, one if you want to select an SIP, and one if you want to transfer funds electronically from your bank account)
    • KYC documents (KYC individual form along with a passport-sized photograph)
    • Identity proof (any one of Passport, Driving License, PAN, Aadhaar Card, or Voter’s ID)
    • Address proof (any one of Passport, Aadhaar Card, Driving License, Voter’s ID, Ration Card, utility bills such as gas bill, electricity bill, or telephone bill, or flat maintenance bill, passbook, insurance copy, bank account statement, or registered sale/lease agreement of residence)
    • Third party declaration in case of investment on behalf of a minor (Third party declaration form)

    How to Invest in HDFC Mutual Funds Online?

    Investing in HDFC Mutual Funds online is as easy as it gets. The HDFCMF Online facility introduced by HDFC enables customers to transact online at any time. By using this facility, you can purchase switch, redeem, view your account details, register for SIPs/STPs, check the valuation of your portfolio and download account statements with relative ease. To transact online, all you need is an existing folio, an email address that is registered in the folio, and your HDFC Personal Identification Number.

    Why Choose HDFC Mutual Funds?

    HDFC is one of the most popular financial institutions in India due to the fact that it offers some truly exceptional products and services. Purchasing mutual funds from HDFC can prove beneficial in the long term because the fund house has a large number of mutual funds that cater to the investment needs of a diverse customer base. A number of the mutual funds offered by the company have been ranked highly by CRISIL. Some mutual funds offered by HDFC, such as the equity-linked savings schemes and other tax-saving schemes, can also help in getting tax benefits. The company’s portfolio also consists of investment options that have low, medium, and high risk, which makes it easy for customers to pick an option based on their risk appetite.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. How can I apply for a systematic investment plan from HDFC Mutual Funds?
    2. If you wish to invest in an SIP from HDFC, you will have to fill in the application form which is basically an SIP enrolment form. The form will have to be submitted together with an auto-debit form.

    3. What is NAV (Net Asset Value)?
    4. NAV, or Net Asset Value, as it is called in its extended form, is the market value of the scheme’s assets. It does not include the liabilities of the scheme. The calculation of NAV is as follows:

      (Overall value of securities + cash/income accrued – liabilities) / Total outstanding units

    5. Is NAV the same as the selling price?
    6. Sometimes the selling price of schemes may vary because of exit loads. For instance, if a scheme is currently at Rs.20 in terms of NAV, and an exit load of 1% is charged on it, then the effective price at the time of sale will be Rs.19.8.

    7. What is an exit load?
    8. An exit load is basically the charge levied by a fund house for the sale of units. A lot of schemes out there have no exit load, while some others charge a percentage of the NAV as exit load for exiting from the fund.

    9. What is meant by switch?
    10. A switch is basically when an investor transfers or shifts his investment from one scheme to another. The schemes are usually part of the same fund. When a switch is carried out, the investor is usually charged a small fee. Switching enables investors to transfer their investment partly or fully from one scheme to another based on their investment requirements.

    11. What are ETFs?
    12. ETFs, or Exchange Traded Funds as they called in their extended form, are funds whose units are listed on stock exchanges. These units can be purchased and sold in the same manner that stocks are purchased and sold. The prices of these units are often close to the scheme’s NAV. Majority of the exchange traded funds track an underlying group of securities such as index, sector stocks or commodities such as gold.

    13. How will I get my redemption amount?
    14. The amount at the time of redemption is usually paid through direct debit via NEFT or RTGS, or via cheque.

    15. Will I have to pay anything when redeeming my scheme?
    16. In case the scheme in which you invested does not have an “exit load”, you will not be charged anything. But if it does, the amount charged as exit load will be subtracted from the ‘Applicable NAV’ per unit.

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    News about HDFC Mutual Fund

    • HDFC Mutual Fund to File Consent Plea with SEBI

      The proposed listing of HDFC Mutual Fund has been surrounded with uncertainty, but may soon conclude as HDFC is set to file a consent plea with SEBI. According to sources, the Securities and Exchange Board of India may soon receive a plea in a case related to reported front running of trades by a former HDFC employee along with violation of securities laws. The consent mechanism works in a manner such that all parties that are faced with allegations of violating securities laws can settle the same without accepting or denying any wrongdoing, usually by making a payment of fees.

      6 June 2018

    • Revenue dept clarifies transactions that will attract GST

      The revenue department has provided clarification on the services that will attract Goods and Services Tax (GST) and those that will be exempt. Free transactions such as withdrawals from ATMs will not be liable to GST. However, late payment charges that are levied on outstanding credit card dues will attract GST. Similarly, insurance purchase by NRIs will also attract the charge.

      The revenue department provided the necessary clarifications through a set of FAQs on GST. The FAQs also confirmed that transactions related to future contracts, securitisation, and derivatives will be exempt from GST. This clarification has provided relief to several stakeholders, as there was a lot of confusion around the GST charges.

      The department also notified that GST will be levied on the exit load of mutual funds. This is applicable irrespective of whether the exit load is charged as a definite percentage of the investment or not.

      5 June 2018

    • Investors in Invesco India Tax Plan need not worry much about the new fund manager

      Mutual Funds firm, Invesco India has a new fund manager for its Invesco India Tax Plan in the form of Amit Ganatra, who has over 14 years of experience in equity research. Under his guidance, the Invesco India Contra Fund has been outperforming its benchmark index consistently. The Invesco India Tax Plan has offered a 10-year return of 14.58% and has also outperformed its benchmark index, S&P BSE 200 Index, by 8.03%. The fund invests primarily in large-cap equities (79.38%) while also investing in mid-cap (15.41%), small-cap (5.21%), and debt and cash (1.40%).

      The top 5 stocks in the portfolio of Invesco India Tax plan are Infosys, HDFC Bank, Reliance Industries, Induslnd Bank, and Maruti Suzuki India. This tax-saving fund by Invesco boasts of a healthy track record and even with a new fund manager, there is no cause for worry for the investors.

      28 May 2018

    • LAMF Made Available by HDFC Bank

      Digital loans against mutual funds have been made available by HDFC Bank thanks to its partnership with CAMS – a transfer agent. Customers are now allowed to pledge their mutual fund assets on the internet and the overdraft limit will reflect in their account in less than 3 minutes. Before this move, the minimum waiting period for customers to get loans against mutual funds was 5 to 6 days. Resident Indians can avail digital loans against mutual funds, and the company released a notification which said that there a 3 easy steps to availing this facility on the HDFC website. To avail a loan against your mutual funds, you will have to login to myCAMS through the HDFC website. Then, you will have to choose the mutual funds you wish to pledge from the portfolio before clicking on the terms and conditions of the loan, after which you will have to feed in your OTP and the process is complete.

      25 May 2018

    • The split of BlackRock and DSP shows that India’s MF industry isn’t easy to handle

      The decision of investment management firm BlackRock and DSP Group to end its partnership has reinforced the old opinion that even the best of foreign investment managers cannot succeed in conducting business in the Indian mutual fund (MF) space. Around 16 international players with successful business history have pulled-out from doing business in India over the past few years. Investment experts believe that running the MF business in India requires more than just a broad capital base. It requires execution, the right type of products, brand recall, and maintaining a balanced team.

      Some of the recent exits in the mutual fund space have been of JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs MF, Deutsche MF, Fidelity MF, ING Mutual Fund, etc. The top reasons for the exits are slower growth of Assets Under Management (AUM), low brand recall, high marketing costs, fragmented retail market, and unstable teams.

      24 May 2018

    • JSW Steel acquires 100% shares of Aferpi and Piombino Logistics

      A subsidiary of JSW Steel Italy, has closed the deal for the acquisition of Aferpi and Piombino Logistics which is wholly-owned by the Algerian firm Cevital. The subsidiary that acquired the 100% shares of Italian Steelmaker Alferpi is JSW Steel who also bought 69.27% shares of GSI Lucchini. As per a statement released by JSW, this acquisition will provide the firm with an opportunity to set up its presence in Italy which in turn, will provide access to the speciality steel market of Europe.

      The acquisition is likely to be funded by combining the internal debts and accruals of the company. With a consolidated net debt of Rs.38,019 crore recorded on 31 March 2018, JSW steel also has a plan of acquiring Monnet Ispat.

      22 May 2018

    • Defensive sectors see a huge demand from equity mutual funds

      The defensive sectors are being betted on by equity mutual funds due to which its weightage in the allocation of mutual funds increased by 26.3% in April 2018. Consumer-facing firms, IT, healthcare also registered a growth in weightage of 0.2%, 0.1%, and 0.1%, respectively. Also, the ownership by fund institutions for capital goods, automobiles, cement, and metals rose over the average levels. 4 stocks from the financial services segment were among the top 10 stocks that registered a value increase. Infosys and ITC were among the top preferred stocks. The mutual fund industry touched a record-high in the total Assets Under Management (AUM) of Rs.23.3 lakh crore, in April 2018.

      21 May 2018

    • SEBI is likely to make trading easier for the foreign portfolio investors

      SEBI, the capital market regulator, is going to redraft the rules and regulations to make trading easier for the FPIs. It has created a team of eminent personalities headed by a former RBI deputy governor for modifying the foreign portfolio investment rules. After investigating the grey areas and the obscurities, the team will reframe the existing policy regime without changing the complete framework.

      Reforming the foreign institutional investor rules; should the foreign investors be given time extension for making their funds broad-based; is it mandatory for the main persons of funds to give their personal details; and linking the randomly released SEBI FAQs with the original rules are the key areas that are likely to be evaluated before making the changes.

      16 May 2018

    • DSP To Acquire BlackRock’s Stake in DSP BlackRock Investment Managers

      The DSP Group recently made an announcement signalling its intentions to purchase the 40% stake held by BlackRock in DSP BlackRock Investment Managers. Following regulatory approvals, the firm is expected to be named DSP Investment Managers and DSP Mutual Fund. The Chairman of DSP BlackRock Investment Managers, Hemendra Kothari, sent a note to investors saying that currently, DSP Group’s share of 60% in DSP BlackRock Investment Managers is a controlling stake, adding that he was proud to announce that following the required regulatory approvals, the DSP Group’s stake will rise to 100%. Once this is done, he said that the firm shall be renamed as DSP Investment Managers.

      9 May 2018

    • HDFC Mutual Fund Small Cap Fund Buys 99,134 Shares of Shaily Engineering Plastics

      HDFC Mutual Fund Small Cap Fund purchased 99,134 shares of Shaily Engineering Plastics on April 25th, 2018. The shares were bought at Rs.1300 on BSE. Shaily Engineering Plastics ended on Wednesday at Rs.1396.50 gaining 6.34% or Rs.83.25. The shares touched a 52-week high of Rs.1510.

      30 April 2018

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