HSBC Mutual Fund

HSBC Asset Management (India) Pvt. Ltd. is one of the most renowned asset management firms across the globe and is among the top mutual fund companies in India. It is a prominent part of HSBC Retail Banking and Wealth Management, which is a brain-child of HSBC Holdings plc. The firm offers its services to manage assets and investments worldwide. This well-established firm has a team of more than 600 highly skilled investment professionals and more than 2,300 employees working across 26 countries across the globe. The firm caters to both individuals and businesses alike. HSBC mutual fund is a segment of the HSBC Asset Management (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Types of Mutual Funds Offered by HSBC Asset Management

HSBC mutual fund offers the following products:

  • Equity funds
    • HSBC Large Cap Equity Fund
    • HSBC Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund
    • HSBC Multi Cap Equity Fund
    • HSBC Global Emerging Markets Fund
    • HSBC Small Cap Equity Fund
    • HSBC Tax Saver Equity Fund
    • HSBC Infrastructure Equity Fund
    • HSBC Asia Pacific (Ex Japan) Dividend Yield Fund
    • HSBC Brazil Fund
    • HSBC Global Consumer Opportunities Fund
    • HSBC Managed Solutions
  • Debt funds
    • HSBC Regular Savings Fund
    • HSBC Cash Fund
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series
    • HSBC Debt Fund
    • HSBC Low Duration Fund
    • HSBC Flexi Debt Fund
    • HSBC Short Duration Fund
  • Product add-on
    • HSBC Systematic Investment Plan (HSBC SIP)
    • HSBC Systematic Transfer Plan (HSBC STP)

Equity Fund Products:

Equity funds are mutual funds that primarily invest in shares, hence they are known as stock funds as well.

  1. HSBC Large Cap Equity Fund
  2. This is an open-ended equity scheme wherein the investments are made in large cap stocks.

    Benchmark Index

    Nifty 50

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    In case the units are redeemed/switched-out within a year from the date of plan inception - 1%

    Riskometer

    Moderately high risk

    Fund Manager

    Neelotpal Sahai

    Investment Objective of HSBC Large Cap Equity Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by investing in equity instruments and large cap equities.

    HSBC Large Cap Equity Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in large cap equity and financial instruments that are related to equity.

  3. HSBC Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund
  4. This is an open-ended and dynamic equity scheme for asset allocation.

    Benchmark Index

    S&P BSE 200

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    Moderately high risk

    Fund Manager

    Neelotpal Sahai - for equity investment part

    Sanjay Shah - for fixed Income part

    Investment Objective of HSBC Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by investing in equity instruments and large cap equities. In addition to this, the scheme allows the investor to move the funds from equity instruments to debt instruments if there seems to be no capital growth in the equity market.

    HSBC Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in large cap equity, financial instruments that are related to equity, and debt instruments.

  5. HSBC Multi Cap Equity Fund
  6. This is an open-ended equity scheme wherein the investments are made across large cap stocks, small cap stocks, and mid cap stocks.

    Benchmark Index

    S&P BSE 200

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    Moderately high risk

    Fund Manager

    Neelotpal Sahai

    Investment Objective of HSBC Multi Cap Equity Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by investing across large cap stocks, small cap stocks, and mid cap stocks. The scheme primarily aims at investing in equity funds and equity related instruments. In addition to this, a large part of the assets can be moved to fixed income instruments if there seems to be no capital growth in the equity market.

    HSBC Multi Cap Equity Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in large cap, small cap, and mid cap firms.

  7. HSBC Global Emerging Markets Fund
  8. This is an open-ended equity scheme wherein the investments are made primarily in HSBC Global Investment Funds - Global Emerging Markets Equity Fund.

    Benchmark Index

    MSCI Emerging Market Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    In case the units are redeemed/switched-out within a year from the date of plan inception - 1%

    Riskometer

    High risk

    Fund Manager

    Ranjithgopal K A

    Investment Objective of HSBC Global Emerging Markets Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by primarily investing in HSBC Global Investment Funds - Global Emerging Markets Equity Fund. In addition to this, a specific part of the assets can be invested in equity market instruments and/or liquid mutual fund schemes, to meet the financial requirements whenever necessary.

    HSBC Global Emerging Markets Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing primarily in HSBC Global Investment Funds - Global Emerging Markets Equity Fund.

  9. HSBC Small Cap Equity Fund
  10. This is an open-ended equity scheme wherein the investments are made primarily in small cap stocks.

    Benchmark Index

    S&P BSE 250 Small Cap Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    In case the units are redeemed/switched-out within a year from the date of plan inception - 1%

    Riskometer

    Moderately high risk

    Fund Manager

    Neelotpal Sahai

    Investment Objective of HSBC Small Cap Equity Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by investing in equity related instruments of small cap firms.

    HSBC Small Cap Equity Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing primarily in small cap firms and equity related instruments.

  11. HSBC Tax Saver Equity Fund
  12. This is an open-ended equity linked saving scheme that offers tax benefits and there is a statutory lock-in period of 3 years.

    Benchmark Index

    S&P BSE 200

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    Moderately high risk

    Fund Manager

    Aditya Khemani

    Investment Objective of HSBC Tax Saver Equity Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by investing in diverse equity related instruments of firms across various industries and sectors without any biased capitalization.

    HSBC Tax Saver Equity Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in equity related instruments without any biased capitalization.

  13. HSBC Infrastructure Equity Fund
  14. This is an open-ended equity scheme that follows the infrastructure theme.

    Benchmark Index

    S&P BSE India Infrastructure Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    In case the units are redeemed/switched-out within a year from the date of plan inception - 1%.

    Riskometer

    High risk

    Fund Manager

    Gautam Bhupal

    Investment Objective of HSBC Infrastructure Equity Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by investing in equity related instruments, primarily in firms that are involved in developing the infrastructure in India and benefit from the same.

    HSBC Infrastructure Equity Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in equity related instruments, primarily in firms that are involved in developing the infrastructure in India and benefit from the same.

  15. HSBC Asia Pacific (Ex Japan) Dividend Yield Fund
  16. This is an open-ended equity scheme wherein the investments are made in HSBC Global Investments Fund - Asia Pacific Ex Japan Equity High Dividend Fund as per the SEBI regulations and other guidelines.

    Benchmark Index

    Permits change in benchmark for performance evaluation of the scheme, time to time.

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    High risk

    Fund Manager

    Ranjithgopal K A - manages the overseas investments

    Sanjay Shah - manages the domestic investments

    Investment Objective of HSBC Asia Pacific (Ex Japan) Dividend Yield Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by investing primarily in HSBC Global Investments Fund - Asia Pacific Ex Japan Equity High Dividend Fund. In addition to this, a certain part of the assets can be invested in equity market securities and/or liquid mutual funds to meet the financial requirements whenever necessary.

    HSBC Asia Pacific (Ex Japan) Dividend Yield Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in equity related instruments of Asia Pacific countries, excluding Japan, via funds route.

  17. HSBC Brazil Fund
  18. This is an open-ended fund of fund scheme wherein the investments are made in HSBC Global Investments Fund - Brazil Equity Fund.

    Benchmark Index

    MSCI Brazil 10/40 Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    High risk

    Fund Manager

    Ranjithgopal K A - manages the overseas investments

    Investment Objective of HSBC Brazil Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by investing primarily in the shares of HSBC Global Investment Funds (HGIF) China Consumer Opportunities Fund. A certain part of the assets can also be invested in equity market securities and/or liquid mutual fund schemes to meet any financial requirements if necessary.

    HSBC Brazil Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in equity related instruments in Brazilian markets via feeder route.

  19. HSBC Global Consumer Opportunities Fund
  20. This is an open-ended fund of funds scheme wherein the investments are made in various equity securities.

    Benchmark Index

    MSCI AC World Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    High risk

    Fund Manager

    Ranjithgopal K A - manages the overseas investments

    Sanjay Shah - manages the domestic investments

    Investment Objective of HSBC Global Consumer Opportunities Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period by investing primarily in the shares of HSBC Global Investment Funds (HGIF) - Brazil Equity Fund. In addition to this, a part of the assets can be invested in overseas mutual funds at the investment manager’s discretion. A certain part of the assets can also be invested in equity market securities and/or liquid mutual fund schemes to meet any financial requirements if necessary.

    HSBC Global Consumer Opportunities Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in equity related instruments across the globe, focusing on the increasing consumer behaviour in China via the feeder route.

  21. HSBC Managed Solutions
  22. This is an open-ended fund of funds scheme scheme wherein the investments are made in various equity funds, exchange traded funds, debt fund, and gold funds.

    HSBC Managed Solutions is further divided into 3 schemes:

    • Managed Solutions India (Growth)
    • Managed Solutions India (Moderate)
    • Managed Solutions India (Conservative)

    Benchmark Index

    • Managed Solutions India (Growth) - Composite Index constituting

    80% of BSE 200 Index and 20%

    of CRISIL Composite Bond Index

    • Managed Solutions India (Moderate) - CRISIL Hybrid 3 5 + 6 5 -

    Aggressive Index (renamed from

    existing CRISIL Balanced Fund

    – Aggressive Index)

    • Managed Solutions India (Conservative) - Composite Index constituting

    of 90% into CRISIL Composite

    Bond Index and 10% of BSE 200 Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    • Managed Solutions India (Growth) - moderately high risk
    • Managed Solutions India (Moderate) - moderately high risk
    • Managed Solutions India (Conservative) - moderate

    Fund Manager

    • Ranjithgopal K A - manages the overseas investments
    • Gautam Bhupal - manages the domestic investments (equity part)
    • Sanjay Shah - manages the domestic investments (fixed income part)

    Investment Objective of Managed Solutions India (Growth):

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period via active allocation of the assets by primarily investing in shares of equity mutual funds. Under this scheme, investments can be made in offshore mutual funds, equity market securities, gold exchange traded funds (ETFs) and other ETFs.

    Investment Objective of Managed Solutions India (Moderate):

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period via active allocation of the assets by investing in shares of equity mutual funds, debt mutual funds, offshore mutual funds, equity market securities, gold exchange traded funds (ETFs) and other ETFs.

    Investment Objective of Managed Solutions India (Conservative):

    The objective of this scheme is to generate capital growth for the investor over a long period via active allocation of the assets by primarily investing in shares of debt mutual funds. Under this scheme, investments can be made in equity mutual funds, equity market securities, gold exchange traded funds (ETFs) and other ETFs.

    Managed Solutions India (Growth) is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in offshore mutual funds, debt mutual funds, money market securities, gold ETFs, and exchange traded funds.

    Managed Solutions India (Moderate) is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in offshore mutual funds, debt mutual funds, money market securities, equity mutual funds, gold ETFs, and exchange traded funds.

    Managed Solutions India (Conservative) is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth over a long period by investing in debt mutual funds, money market securities, equity mutual funds, gold ETFs, and exchange traded funds.

Debt Fund Products:

Debt funds are investment pools wherein fixed income investments are the primary or the only part of the investment portfolio.

  1. HSBC Regular Savings Fund
  2. This is an open-ended hybrid scheme wherein the investments are primarily made in debt instruments.

    Benchmark Index

    CRISIL Hybrid 85+15 - Conservative Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    In case the units are redeemed/switched-out within a year from the date of plan inception - 1%

    Riskometer

    Moderately high risk

    Fund Manager

    Aditya Khemani - for Equity part

    Sanjay Shah - for Fixed Income part

    Investment Objective of HSBC Regular Savings Fund:

    • The primary objective of this scheme is to generate decent returns for the investors on investments in debt funds and equity market securities.
    • The secondary objective of the scheme is to generate capital growth for the investors on investments in equity funds and equity related securities.

    HSBC Regular Savings Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to create wealth by investing in schemes that offer fixed incomes such as debt funds and equity market securities as well as in equity funds and equity related instruments over a medium to long period.

  3. HSBC Cash Fund
  4. This is an open-ended liquid fund scheme.

    Benchmark Index

    CRISIL Liquid Fund Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    Low risk

    Fund Manager

    Kapil Punjabi

    Investment Objective of HSBC Cash Fund:

    The primary objective of this scheme is to generate decent returns for the investors on low risk investments in debt funds and equity market instruments.

    HSBC Cash Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to liquidate the funds overnight by investing in equity market securities over a short period.

  5. HSBC Fixed Term Series
  6. This is a close-ended scheme that offers various investments plans with fixed maturity periods that generally ranges between 3 months and 36 months.

    HSBC Fixed Term Series is further divided into the following schemes:

    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 134
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 133
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 132
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 131
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 130
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 129
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 128
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 126
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 125
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 98
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 96
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 94

    Benchmark Index

    • HFTS 134 - CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 133 - CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 132 - CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 131 - CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 130 - CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 129 - CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 128 - CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 126 - CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 125 - CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 98 - CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 96 - CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index
    • HSBC Fixed Term Series 94 - CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    NA

    Riskometer

    Moderate risk

    Fund Manager

    Kapil Punjabi

    Investment Objective of HSBC Fixed Term Series:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate decent returns for the investors on investments in fixed income securities that would normally mature after a specific period as mentioned under the respective plan.

    HSBC Fixed Term Series is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to generate income over the plan’s fixed tenure by investing in debt funds/equity market securities.

  7. HSBC Debt Fund
  8. This is an open-ended scheme wherein the investments take place over a medium to long period such that the average period for the plan to mature and generate returns on investments range from 4 years to 7 years.

    Benchmark Index

    CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    Moderate risk

    Fund Manager

    Sanjay Shah

    Investment Objective of HSBC Debt Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate decent returns for the investors on investments in various fixed income instruments such that the average period of maturity for the plan ranges from 4 years to 7 years.

    HSBC Debt Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to generate a regular income over a long period by investing in various fixed income securities such that the plan matures and starts offering the returns within a period of 4-7 years.

  9. HSBC Low Duration Fund
  10. This is an open-ended debt scheme wherein investments are made over a short period such that the time taken for the policy to mature and generate returns range from 6 months to 1 year.

    Benchmark Index

    CRISIL Low Duration Debt Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    Moderately low risk

    Fund Manager

    Kapil Punjabi

    Investment Objective of HSBC Low Duration Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate decent returns and liquid funds for the investors by predominantly investing in debt funds and equity market securities such that the time taken for the policy to mature and generate returns range from 6 months to 1 year.

    HSBC Low Duration Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to generate liquid funds over a short period of time by investing in debt funds and equity market securities such that the time taken for the policy to mature and generate returns range from 6 months to 1 year.

  11. HSBC Flexi Debt Fund
  12. It is an open-ended dynamic debt scheme that invests across time.

    Benchmark Index

    CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    Moderately risk

    Fund Manager

    Sanjay Shah

    Investment Objective of HSBC Flexi Debt Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate interest income and profits as returns along with significant liquid funds corresponding to the present market climate and cycle of interest rate by actively investing in debt funds and equity market securities.

    HSBC Flexi Debt Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to generate regular income over a long period by investing in debt funds/equity market securities.

  13. HSBC Short Duration Fund
  14. This is an open-ended debt scheme wherein investments are made over a short period such that the time taken for the policy to mature and generate returns range from 1 year - 3 years.

    Benchmark Index

    CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index

    Entry Load

    N/A

    Exit Load

    Nil

    Riskometer

    Moderately low risk

    Fund Manager

    Kapil Punjabi

    Sanjay Shah

    Investment Objective of HSBC Short Duration Fund:

    The objective of this scheme is to generate decent returns for the investors by investing in fixed income instruments such that the time taken for the policy to mature and generate returns range from 1 year - 3 years.

    HSBC Short Duration Fund is ideal for:

    This product is ideal for investors who seek to generate regular income over a medium period of time by investing in fixed income instruments such that the time taken for the policy to mature and generate returns range from 1 year - 3 years.

Product add-ons

You can also opt for the following add-ons that can be bundled with the plans to increase the returns or save significantly.

  1. HSBC Systematic Investment Plan (HSBC SIP)
  2. HSBC SIP is a financial instrument where the investor can invest pre-defined amounts at regular intervals of time, either monthly or quarterly, in a mutual fund scheme over a fixed time, continuously. The scheme is similar to a recurring deposit account opened with a post office or a bank. Under this scheme, the investor can invest a fixed amount every 3 or 4 months to purchase shares of schemes at existing prices based on the Net Asset Value (NAV). The investor can activate the SIP either by submitting post-dated cheques for the duration of the plan or by permitting a fixed amount to be debited from your bank account on a monthly/quarterly basis.

    HSBC SIP is offered with the following schemes:

    • HSBC Equity Fund
    • HSBC Income Fund
    • HSBC India Opportunities Fund
    • HSBC Cash Fund
    • HSBC Infrastructure Equity Fund
    • HSBC Ultra Short Term Bond Fund
    • HSBC Dynamic Fund
    • HSBC Flexi Debt Fund
    • HSBC Emerging Markets Fund
    • HSBC Tax Saver Equity Fund
    • HSBC MIP
  3. HSBC Systematic Transfer Plan (HSBC STP)
  4. Under the HSBC STP, the investors can transfer a pre-defined amount on a monthly basis to the specific scheme based on the price of NAV. The investors can avail the plan by investing a lump-sum amount in the following schemes and permitting a fixed amount to be debited from your bank account on a monthly basis. HSBC STP comes with the following:

    • HSBC Cash Fund
    • HSBC Ultra Short Term Bond Fund
    • HSBC Income Fund
    • HSBC Floating Rate Fund
    • HSBC Gilt Fund
    • HSBC Flexi Debt Fund
    • HSBC MIP

Save Tax by Investing in Tax Saver Equity Fund from HSBC Mutual Fund

Tax Saver Equity Fund from HSBC Mutual Fund is an Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS) that offers tax benefits under the 80C section of the Income Tax Act, 1961. The investor, on availing the plan, will be able to save on tax significantly and generate capital growth by investing in equity funds and equity related securities of the firms across different industries and sectors without any bias towards capitalisation.

Documents Required for HSBC Mutual Funds

  • When opening the account offline, you need to submit the following documents at authorised centres as mentioned in the policy document:
    • Application form
    • Cheque/demand draft drawn in the name of the respective scheme
  • When opening the account online you need to submit the following on the official HSBC Mutual Fund website:
    • KYC details
    • Bank details
    • e-copy of the cheque

How to Invest in HSBC Mutual Funds?

You can invest in HSBC Mutual Funds by following the below steps:

  • Collect the application form from the service centres/distributors, designated centres, or download from the official website.
  • Submit a cheque or demand draft drawn from a bank that is a member of the Banker’s Clearing House which is located at the place where the application for availing the plan has been submitted or is in a state to be accepted by the AMC for which a receipt of credit is issued in the Bank Account of the Fund.
  • The cheques for the amount to avail the plan should be encoded with MICR (magnetic ink character recognition) in case one is investing in HSBC Cash Fund and/or HSBC Ultra Short Term Bond Fund.
  • Do not send any outstation cheques, cash, postal orders, post-dated cheques, and money orders, as they will not be accepted.
  • The AMC will bear the bank charges for demand drafts and will be limited to the figures shown in the below table:

Amount

DD Charges

Up to Rs.10,000

At actuals, subject to a maximum of Rs.65

Above Rs.10,000

At Rs.3.5 per Rs.1,000, minimum Rs.65 and maximum Rs.12,500

  • The application should be submitted in accordance with the minimum amount required for availing the plan as mentioned in the scheme document.
  • The cheques or bank drafts that are submitted should be drawn in the name of the plan the investor is availing.
  • The application form along with the cheque/demand draft should be submitted in centres where it is accepted, as mentioned in the scheme document.
  • The application will be rejected if discrepancies are found in any of the submitted documents.
  • Potential investors can also invest online by completing and submitting the respective KYC details and bank details, and submitting an e-copy of the cheque on the official HSBC Mutual Fund website.
  • Existing investors can purchase, redeem, or switch schemes on the official website by providing the customer credentials such as Folio number and PIN.

Why Choose HSBC Mutual Funds?

HSBC Mutual funds come with a number of features that benefit the investors. The following are the perks of investing in SBC Mutual Fund:

  • They offer expert advice on investments to the clients.
  • They aim at developing customised investment solutions to the clients.
  • They offer transparency via various media.
  • They aim at building lasting relationships with clients and developing new market strategies for investments.
  • They are strongly backed by one of the top reputed companies, HSBC Group.

FAQs:

  1. What are the general benefits of investing in mutual funds?
  2. The following are the general benefits of investing in mutual funds:

    • The money invested is managed by experienced fund managers who use advanced techniques to predict the market conditions.
    • The investor can invest in multiple firms so as to avoid volatility in the returns generated.
    • The investors can sell their units in mutual funds that are open-ended at any point of time and place without having to worry about getting the right price on sale.
    • When it comes to investing in equity funds and debt funds, tax deduction on the dividends is not applicable under the Indian Income Tax Act, 1961.
    • As the total investment made in mutual funds is large, the transaction cost is lower.
  3. What is a NAV in mutual funds?
  4. NAV is the abbreviation for Net Asset Value which is the market value of the total assets in a scheme. The respective scheme’s liabilities will not be taken into consideration in NAV.

  5. What are loads in mutual funds?
  6. Loads in mutual funds are nothing but the amounts collected by mutual funds on sale of its units.

  7. How can one determine one’s risk level?
  8. In order to effectively determine one’s risk level, he/she should know how much risk one is willing to take, based on the respective individual’s investment objective. Here are a few questions one can ask to oneself before making a decision:

    • Are you willing to make high-risk investments over a long period to generate high returns?
    • Can you afford to lose money on short-term high-risk investments?
    • If you are married and have children, what level of risk are you willing to take after having secured the family’s future?
    • When investing in various high-risk/low-risk schemes, will you assess them towards high-risk/low-risk investments?
    • Will you be happy with a moderate rate of income in order to keep your money safe?
    • Will the returns generated from safe investments be enough to cover expenses at the time of inflation?
  9. What factors affect the value of money in a mutual fund investment?
  10. The following affect the value of money when invested in mutual funds:

    • A fluctuation in interest rates
    • A change in international economy
    • Inflation
  11. How can one make good investments in mutual funds?
  12. The following are the means by which one can invest wisely in mutual funds:

    • Decide on your objectives.
    • Do the necessary research before investing in a scheme.
    • Decide on whether you want to invest or speculate. When it comes to investment, ensure you have a set limit in mind to protect your money. In case of speculation, don’t panic and make investment decisions when the market changes.
    • Don’t invest more than you can afford.
    • Except as a standby line of credit, do not leave money invested in accounts that do not generate interests.
    • Ensure your investment generates decent returns to beat inflation.
    • Ensure you invest in schemes offered by reputable firms.
    • Spread your investment in different schemes to generate maximum profit.
    • Know the risks involved in mutual fund investments.
    • Keep a track of your investments.
    • If necessary, shift your products to gain maximum monetary benefits.
  13. How can one keep track of the investments made in mutual funds?
  14. You can watch for the mutual fund prices that are quoted in various media instruments and use that to keep track of your investments, such as newspapers and official company websites. Also, to maximise your returns on investments, review your investment portfolio at regular intervals.

  15. What are the different kinds of risks involved in mutual funds?
    • Market Risk
    • Interest Rate Risk
    • Inflation Risk
    • Changes in the Government Policy
    • Credit Risk
    • Liquidity Risk
    • Investment Risks

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News About HSBC Mutual Fund

  • Fund Managers Appointed by HSBC Mutual Funds for Two Equity Schemes

    Gautam Phupal and Neelotpal Sahai have been appointed as fund managers by HSBC Mutual Fund for a couple of equity schemes, according to the fund house. HSBC Small Cap Equity Fund will be managed by Sahai while HSBC Infrastructure Equity Fund will be managed by Bhupal. Both managers started their new posts from the 18th of May this year. Both of the aforementioned schemes were previously managed by Dhiraj Sachdev.

    15 June 2018

  • New fund managers appointed for 2 equity schemes of HSBC Mutual Fund

    In a recent addendum, HSBC Mutual Fund has announced the appointment of fund managers for 2 of its open-ended equity schemes. Mr. Gautam Bhupal has been appointed as the fund manager for HSBC Infrastructure Equity Fund while Mr. Neelotpal Sahai will manage the HSBC Small Cap Equity Fund. Both these schemes were previously managed by Dhiraj Sachdev.

    HSBC Mutual Fund has over 30 years of experience in the investment domain and is managed by HSBC Asset Management (India) Pvt. Ltd. It offers investment options ranging from short-term to long-term.

    30 May 2018

  • New custodian bank for mutual funds arm of ABLV Asset Management, IPAS

    The ABLV Asset Management, IPAS will have a new custodian bank in the form of JSC Baltic International Bank, for its mutual fund arm. Previously, the transactions of its mutual funds were carried out by ABLV bank. An agreement was signed between the 2 parties, JSC Baltic International and ABLV Asset Management, IPAS and will be implemented in 2 phases. In the first phase, provisions regarding the charge of the assets will happen while in the second phase, other functions including control and supervision will be transferred to the new keeper.

    30 May 2018

  • Equity MF Inflows Fall 35% Month-on-Month in April 2018

    The mutual fund industry’s combined AUM (Assets Under Management) was recorded at Rs.23.25 lakh crore on the 30th of April, 2018, which was a marginal increase in comparison with the Rs.21.36 lakh crore recorded on the 31st of March, 2018, and a considerable rise in comparison with the Rs.17.54 lakh crore recorded on the 30th of April, 2017, according to data released by AMFI. Equity mutual fund inflows were recorded at Rs.25,221 crore in April 2018, which was a month-on-month decline of 35%. Net inflows, however, increased by 305% month-on-month to Rs.11,962 crore in April 2018, mainly because of a 63% fall in outflows over the course of the same month. The main reason for the fall in equity mutual funds inflows was volatility in the market along with dividend distribution tax and long-term capital gains tax on equity mutual funds.

    10 May 2018

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