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  • ING Vysya Mutual Fund

    ING Vysya Mutual Fund

    ING Vysya Bank (Now Kotak Mahindra Bank) Mutual Funds

    On the 1st of April 2015, ING Vysya Bank, a benchmark-setting financial services entity, servicing Indian customers’ banking needs for over 80 years signed a merger of epic proportions with banking giant Kotak Mahindra Bank, jointly being known as Kotak Mahindra Bank. With almost 30 years of providing comprehensive financial services to their clients on their own, Kotak Mahindra Bank now has a much stronger base and expansive reach in the Indian financial market. The joint entity now has over 1,200 branches and 1,900 ATMs across 643 locations in India, and a joint workforce of about 40,000 employees and a total asset managed value of Rs. 83,694 crores (FY 2013).

    Mutual Funds on offer

    Open-ended funds

    Open-ended funds are those which can be subscribed for, bought and sold at any time during the year at NAV related prices. They don’t have a maturity date and the main purpose of these funds is to earn returns but maintain liquidity.

    • ING Contra Fund

      Introduced on January 27th 2006. Predominant allotment of funds – equity and equity-related instruments. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING OptiMix Multi-Manager Equity Fund

      Introduced on March 7th 2007. Predominant allotment of funds – equity and equity-related instruments on the basis of advice from a panel of third party investment advisors. Options available – Option A/Option B/Growth/Dividend.

    • ING Vysya ATM Fund

      Introduced on March 10th 2006. Predominant allotment of funds – stocks of companies with equity and equity-related instruments. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING Vysya Dividend Yield Fund

      Introduced on October 24th 2004. Predominant allotment of funds – equity and equity-related instruments to generate medium-to-long-term capital appreciation and dividend distribution. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING Vysya Equity Fund

      Introduced on February 7th 2002. Predominant allotment of funds – high quality equity and equity-related securities for long-term capital appreciation. Options available – Dividend/Growth.

    • ING Vysya GILT Fund

      Introduced on February 7th 2002. Predominant allotment of funds – government securities and bonds for continuous liquidity and high safety. Options available – Dividend/Growth.

    • ING Vysya Income Fund

      Introduced on May 12th 1999. Invests in a diversified portfolio for continuous liquidity and high safety. Options available – Regular/Institutional.

    • ING Vysya L.I.O.N. Fund

      Introduced on December 28th 2005. Predominant allotment of funds – stocks across the entire market capitalization range for medium and long-term capital appreciation. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING Vysya Midcap Fund

      Introduced on May 30th 2005. Predominant allotment of funds – Mid-cap stocks for long-term capital growth. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING Vysya Select Stocks Fund

      Introduced on May 12th 1999. Predominant allotment of funds – high quality equity and equity-related securities for long-term capital appreciation. Options available – Dividend/Growth.

    • ING Vysya OptiMix 5 Star Multi-Manager FoF Scheme

      Introduced on November 24th 2006. Predominant allotment of funds – equity as accessed through diverse investment styles of schemes selected with the ING OptiMix Multi Manager Investment process. Options available – Dividend/Growth.

    • ING Select Debt Fund

      Introduced on August 23rd 2004. Primary allotment of funds – AA rated securities and money market instruments with different maturity dates and high yield fixed income securities. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING Vysya Balanced Fund

      Introduced on May 11th 2000. Predominant allotment of funds – equities and returns from debt instruments. Options available – Dividend/Growth.

    • ING Vysya Domestic Opportunities Fund

      Introduced on September 12th 2004. Predominant allotment of funds – companies that derive a major portion of their revenue from the domestic Indian marketplace/economy. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING Vysya Floating Rate Fund

      Introduced on October 10th 2004. Predominant allocation of funds – floating and fixed rate instruments swapped for floating rate returns and fixed rate instruments. Options available – Dividend (weekly, quarterly, half yearly, annual)/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING Vysya GILT Fund – Provident Fund – Dynamic Plan

      Introduced on March 31st 2004. Predominant allotment of funds – sovereign securities. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Cyclical Series.

    • ING Vysya Income Fund Short Term Plan

      Introduced on August 19th 2002. Primary allocation of funds – high quality debt securities and money market instruments for capital preservation and high liquidity. Options available – Dividend/Growth.

    • ING Vysya Liquid Fund

      Introduced on February 7th 2002. Primary allotment of funds – short term debt instruments for high capital appreciation. Options available – Regular/Institutional Plans/Super Institutional Plans/Autosweep.

    • ING Vysya MIP Fund Plan A

      Introduced on February 6th 2004. Primary allocation of funds – debt and money market instruments with varying maturity dates. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING Vysya NIFTY Plus Fund

      Introduced on February 23rd 2004. Primary allocation of funds – securities of companies listed on NIFTY. Options available – Dividend/Growth.

    • ING Vysya Tax Saving Fund

      Introduced on March 28th 2004. Primary allocation of funds – high quality equity and equity-related securities. Also provides tax rebate benefits. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    Close-Ended Funds

    Close-ended funds have a pre-determined maturity period and are open for subscription only for a specified time during the initial launch. They are also listed on a recognized stock exchange.

    • ING Vysya C.U.B (Competitive Upcoming Business) Fund

      Introduced on September 11th 2006. Predominant allotment of funds – equity and equity-related securities in companies of small market capitalization for long-term capital appreciation. Options available – Dividend/Growth/Bonus.

    • ING Vysya Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund

      Introduced on May 11th 2000. Predominant allocation of funds – equity and equity-related securities, with provision for investments in debt and money market instruments. Options available – Dividend/Growth.

    Why choose ING Vysya (Kotak Mahindra Bank) mutual funds?

    Key reasons why these funds are an attractive investment option are outlined below:

    • ING Vysya Bank is a CRISIL FAAA/Stable/Crisil A1+ rated bank.
    • Kotak Mahindra is rated CRISIL AAA/FAAA/Stable/Crisil A1+.
    • These companies together have a wide reach in the Indian financial market and have a wealth of experience handling funds.
    • A wide range of funds to choose from, offering short-term and long-term capital appreciation.
    • No matter what the investors acceptable level of risk is, there are funds to suit them.
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