Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF

Nippon India Mutual Fund, formerly Reliance Mutual Fund, is an asset management company (AMC) that was formed as result of Japan’s Nippon Life Insurance Company buying Reliance’s stake. The fund house offers a host of products tailored for investors to meet their varied investment goals.

Investment objective of the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF

The main objective of the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF is to invest in money market instruments or securities that are covered by the Nifty CPSE Index. Though the risk for such an investment is high, investors can experience long-term capital growth over the course of the investment.

Key Features of the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF

Listed below are the key features of the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF that investors need to look into:

Type of fund

Open Ended Index Exchange Traded Scheme

Systematic Investment Plan

Not available

Systematic Transfer Plan

Not available

Systematic Withdrawal Plan

Not available

Investment Amount for Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF

Mentioned below is the investment criteria for the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF:

Minimum unit amount

The minimum number of units that can be bought or sold by an investor is 1.

Entry Load

NA

Exit Load

Nil

Asset Allocation for Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF

Mentioned in the table below is the asset allocation of the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF:

Instruments

Allocations (Percentage of total assets)

Risk Profile

CPSE ETF

  • Securities or money market instruments constituting Nifty CPSE Index – 95% to 100%
  • Any money market instrument with a maturity term of not more than 91 days. Inclusive cash & cash equivalents - 0% to 5% and CBLO.
  • Medium to High
  • Low to medium

Who can Invest in Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF

Listed below is the eligibility criteria for the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF:

  • Resident individuals
  • Companies
  • Trusts
  • Partnership firms
  • FIIs
  • Hindu Undivided Families
  • Banking companies
  • Insurance companies
  • Public financial institutions

NAV Disclosure and Benchmark for Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF

The net asset value of the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF will be calculated and disclosed every single day. In addition, the net asset value will be published in 2 newspapers on a daily basis. Investors can check the net asset value on the Nippon India Capital official website as well. The benchmark for the CPSE ETF is Nifty CPSE Index.

Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF Fund Manager

The fund manager of the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF is Ms. Payal Wadhwa Kaipunjal. At present, Ms.Payal Wadhwa Kaipunjal manages 17 open-ended schemes with Nippon India Capital.

Investment Restrictions of the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF

The investment restrictions for the Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF is based on the SEBI regulations. They are as follows:

  • No loan can be taken against the investment unless allowed by SEBI.
  • A single investor cannot invest more than 10% of the net asset value in debt instruments that comprises of non-money market instruments and money market instruments.
  • At no point can the fund own more than 10% in all the schemes together of the paid-up capital of the company.
  • Transfer of one scheme to another is accepted only if:
    • The transfer of the scheme is done at the current market rate on a spot basis.
    • Should be within the investment objective of the scheme.
  • Provided that investing in another scheme falls within the investment objective, there will be no fees for the inter-scheme investment.
  • In the case of liquidity of the funds, redemption of units, dividends, or payments of interest shall not exceed 20% of the net asset value of the scheme.
  • According to the SEBI regulations, the scheme shall not invest in:
    • Any unlisted security belonging to a Group or a company.
    • Any security as part of a private placement of a Group or a company.
    • Any securities of a Group or a company where the net asset value is in excess of 25%.
  • The scheme investments can be only in money market instruments, debt instruments, equities, equity related securities, which are either mortgaged backed or asset backed securities.
  • Illiquid securities or in other words, securities that cannot be traded should not exceed 15% of the net asset value of the scheme.
  • The scheme at all times should comply with the SEBI regulations, which are subject to change from time to time.

Why you should invest in Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF

The Nippon India Capital CPSE ETF gives investors the benefit of investing in securities, money and non-money market securities, etc., in accordance with the Nifty CPSE Index. With the number of years of experience of the fund manager, Ms. Payal Wadhwa Kaipunjal, who currently is managing 17 open-ended schemes for Nippon India Capital, investors can strategically experience long-term growth of their investments.

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