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  • JM Financial Mutual Fund

    JM Financial Mutual Fund

    JM Financial Mutual Fund is among the first mutual fund providers in India. It’s a part of the larger JM Financial Group that has over 30 years of experience in investment banking, institutional equity sales, trading, research, broking, private and corporate wealth management, commodity brokering, NBFC activities among other financial services.

    JM Financial Equity Funds

    Equity funds facilitate long-term capital growth by investing at least 65% of the fund corpus in equity and equity-related securities, which makes the investor a part-owner of each of the securities in the fund’s portfolio. There is a high level of risk involved in these funds but the eventual gains are significantly high.

    • JM Balanced Fund

      Introduced on April 1st 1995. Investing predominantly in equity and equity-related securities, and fixed income securities like debt and money market securities for long-term capital appreciation and regular income. Risk level – Yellow (medium risk).

    • JM Basic Fund

      Introduced on June 2nd 1997. Predominantly invests in equity and equity-related securities for long-term capital appreciation in “basic industries” in the context of the Indian Economy. Risk level – Brown (high risk).

    • JM Crore 11 Fund

      Introduced on 5th March 2008. Predominantly invests in a concentrated portfolio of equity and equity-related securities. Risk level – Brown (high risk).

    • JM Equity Fund

      Introduced on 1st April 1995. Primary investments are in equity and equity-related securities for long-term capital appreciation. Risk level – Brown (high risk).

    • JM Tax Gain Fund

      Introduced on 31st March 2008. Predominantly invests in equity and equity-related securities for long-term capital appreciation. Also has tax deduction benefits under Sec. 80C of the Income Tax Act. Risk level – Brown (high risk).

    • JM Multi Strategy Fund

      Introduced on 23rd September 2008. Uses a combination of strategies to invest in equity and equity-related instruments for long-term capital appreciation. Risk level – Brown (high risk).

    JM Financial Arbitrage Fund

    Arbitrage funds generate income through the arbitrage opportunities that emerge from differential pricing between the cash market and the derivatives market. They also generate income through the deployment of surplus cash in fixed income instruments

    • JM Financial Arbitrage Advantage Fund

      Introduced on 18th July 2006. Generates income through arbitrage by investing primarily in equity stocks and taking offsetting positions in equity futures and options. Generates regular, medium-term income. Risk level – Blue (low risk).

    JM Financial Debt Funds

    Debt or income funds generate regular and steady income for investors. Predominantly investing in fixed-income securities like bonds, corporate debentures, government securities and money market instruments. They are far less risky than equity schemes and remain unaffected by fluctuations in equity markets.

    • JM Fixed Maturity Fund Series XXV Plan A

      Generates regular fixed income over a short-term. Predominantly invests in debt and money market instruments. Risk level – Blue (low risk).

    • JM Income Fund

      Introduced on 1st April 1995. Offers regular income over a medium or long term through investments in money market and debt instruments. Risk level – Blue (low risk).

    • JM G-Sec Fund

      Introduced on 29th September 1999. GILT scheme offering regular income over a medium to long-term by investing in sovereign securities issued by the Central and State governments. Risk level – Blue (low risk).

    • JM MIP Fund

      Introduced on 18th September 2003. Generates regular income and capital appreciation over a medium to long term. Predominantly invests in debt and money market securities with a portion in equity and equity-related securities. Risk level – Yellow (medium risk).

    • JM Floater Long Term Fund

      Invests in floating rate debt and money market instruments, fixed rate debt/money market instruments swapped for floating rate returns and fixed rate debt/money market instruments. Risk level – Blue (low risk).

    • JM Money Manager Fund

      Introduced on 27th September 2006. Generates regular income over a short-term through investments in debt and money market securities. Risk level – Blue (low risk).

    • JM Short Term Fund

      Introduced on 18th June 2002. Generates income through predominant investments in debt and money market securities. Risk level – Blue (low risk).

    JM Liquid Funds

    The primary objectives of this fund are to provide easy liquidity, preservation of capital and moderate income. Investing exclusively in short-term instruments like treasury bills, certificates of deposit, commercial paper and inter-bank call money, etc. ensures safety, despite compromising on high returns.

    • JM Floater Short Term Fund

      Introduced on 25th June 2003. Invests in floating rate debt and money market instruments, fixed rate debt/money market instruments swapped for floating rate returns. Also invests in fixed rate debt/money market instruments with short-term maturity and higher liquidity. Risk level – Blue (low risk).

    • JM High Liquidity Fund

      Introduced on 31st December 1997. Investments are made in debt and money market securities with maturity of up to 91 days only. Risk level – Blue (low risk).

    Why invest in JM Financial Mutual Funds?

    • JM Financial has been rated CRISIL AAAmfs.
    • Consolidated revenues grew 4.4% to Rs. 2,644 million during Q1 FY2015.
    • Securities lending segment’s revenue grew 11% in the same quarter.
    • A wide range of funds based on how soon the investor would like to see returns.
    • Investment opportunities for all investors with any risk appetite.
    • Equity investments in AA and AAA rated companies.
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