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Sahara Mutual Fund

NAV Date 18-04-2019
Fund Name Category NAV NAV Change 1 year %
Sahara Banking & Financial Services Fund(D) Equity - Banking 25.78 0.1662 16.94
Sahara Banking & Financial Services Fund(D)-Direct Plan Equity - Banking 26.29 0.1692 17.26
Sahara Banking & Financial Services Fund(G) Equity - Banking 72.91 0.4700 16.94
Sahara Banking & Financial Services Fund(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Banking 77.61 0.4974 18.49
Sahara Growth Fund(D) Equity - Large Cap 43.28 NA 04.80
Sahara Growth Fund(D)-Direct Plan Equity - Large Cap 44.14 0.0972 05.11
Sahara Growth Fund(G) Equity - Large Cap 149.05 NA 04.80
Sahara Growth Fund(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Large Cap 167.22 0.3632 06.77
Sahara Infra Fund-Fixed Pricing(G) Equity - Infrastructure 26.25 NA -03.68
Sahara Infra Fund-Fixed Pricing(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Infrastructure 28.66 0.0655 -00.97
Sahara Infra Fund-Variable Pricing(G) Equity - Infrastructure 30.49 NA -02.43
Sahara Infra Fund-Variable Pricing(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Infrastructure 31.29 0.0745 -01.87
Sahara Liquid-Fixed Pricing(DD) Debt - Liquid 1280.54 0.1999 05.60
Sahara Liquid-Fixed Pricing(DD)-Direct Plan Debt - Liquid 1280.54 0.1999 05.60
Sahara Liquid-Fixed Pricing(G) Debt - Liquid 3133.65 0.4894 05.60
Sahara Liquid-Fixed Pricing(G)-Direct Plan Debt - Liquid 3024.29 0.0000 01.80
Sahara Liquid-Fixed Pricing(MD) Debt - Liquid 1043.37 0.0000 00.00
Sahara Liquid-Fixed Pricing(MD)-Direct Plan Debt - Liquid 1043.37 0.0000 00.00
Sahara Liquid-Fixed Pricing(WD) Debt - Liquid 1027.44 0.0000 00.00
Sahara Liquid-Fixed Pricing(WD)-Direct Plan Debt - Liquid 1027.44 0.0000 00.00
Sahara Liquid-Variable Pricing(DD) Debt - Liquid 1292.65 0.2037 05.79
Sahara Liquid-Variable Pricing(DD)-Direct Plan Debt - Liquid 1038.83 0.0000 00.00
Sahara Liquid-Variable Pricing(G) Debt - Liquid 3206.06 0.5054 05.79
Sahara Liquid-Variable Pricing(MD) Debt - Liquid 1316.82 0.2090 05.88
Sahara Liquid-Variable Pricing(MD)-Direct Plan Debt - Liquid 1055.9 0.0000 00.00
Sahara Liquid-Variable Pricing(WD) Debt - Liquid 1304.69 0.2198 06.06
Sahara Liquid-Variable Pricing(WD)-Direct Plan Debt - Liquid 1304.69 0.2198 06.06
Sahara Midcap Fund(B) Equity - Mid Cap 80.02 0.2906 -05.93
Sahara Midcap Fund(B)-Direct Plan Equity - Mid Cap 85.83 0.3083 -04.51
Sahara Midcap Fund(D) Equity - Mid Cap 35.29 0.1282 -05.93
Sahara Midcap Fund(D)-Direct Plan Equity - Mid Cap 35.87 0.1298 -05.67
Sahara Midcap Fund(G) Equity - Mid Cap 80.02 0.2906 -05.93
Sahara Midcap Fund(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Mid Cap 85.83 0.3083 -04.51
Sahara Midcap Fund-Auto Payout Equity - Mid Cap 80.02 0.2906 -05.93
Sahara Midcap Fund-Auto Payout-Direct Plan Equity - Mid Cap 85.83 0.3083 -04.51
Sahara Power & Natural Resources Fund(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Large Cap 22.98 0.0105 -05.64
Sahara R.E.A.L Fund(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Large Cap 23.01 0.0779 -06.00
Sahara Star Value Fund(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Multi Cap 25.64 0.1204 -05.21
Sahara Super 20 Fund(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Large Cap 23.05 0.0377 06.86
Sahara Tax Gain Fund(G) Equity - Tax Saving 76.1 0.1649 00.63
Sahara Tax Gain Fund(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Tax Saving 79.97 0.1708 01.66
Sahara Wealth Plus Fund-Fixed Pricing(D)-Direct Plan Equity - Multi Cap 30.92 0.1301 -08.44
Sahara Wealth Plus Fund-Fixed Pricing(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Multi Cap 43.69 0.1830 -08.12
Sahara Wealth Plus Fund-Variable Pricing(D)-Direct Plan Equity - Multi Cap 36.63 0.1536 -07.33
Sahara Wealth Plus Fund-Variable Pricing(G)-Direct Plan Equity - Multi Cap 51.12 0.2138 -07.06
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Types of Mutual Funds Offered by Sahara Mutual Fund

  • Equity Funds
  • Debt-Oriented Funds

Equity Funds Offered by Sahara Mutual Fund

The equity funds offered by Sahara Mutual Fund are as follows:

  1. Sahara Tax Gain (ELSS) Fund
    Fund Type Equity Linked Savings Scheme
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • For units that are redeemed on or before the completion of 36 months, an exit load of 1% will be charged.
    • For units that are redeemed after the completion of 3 years, no exit load will be charged.
    • For the ‘Direct Option’, no exit load is applicable.
    Benchmark S&PBSE 200
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor Moderately high risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Tax Gain (ELSS) Fund

    The objective of the Sahara Tax Gain Fund is to provide a means for investors to create long-term wealth and to provide tax deductions under the Income Tax Act, 1961.

    Who is the Sahara Tax Gain (ELSS) Fund for?

    By investing in equity and equity-related securities, which includes equity derivatives, Sahara Tax Gain (ELSS) Fund aims to create long-term capital growth for investors. Investors who are looking to invest in moderately high-risk funds and avail tax benefits can invest in this fund.

  2. Sahara Growth Fund
    Fund Type Equity Scheme
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • For units that have been redeemed on or before the end of 12 months, 1% exit load will be charged.
    • For units that are redeemed after the completion of 1 years, no exit load will be applicable.
    • No exit load will be charged for the ‘Direct Option’.
    Benchmark Nifty 50 (with effect from 9 November 2015)
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor Moderately high risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Growth Fund

    By investing in equity and equity-related mutual funds, Sahara Growth Fund aims to increase capital over time.

    Who is the Sahara Growth Fund for?

    Sahara Growth Fund is an ideal choice for investors who are looking to invest in moderately high-risk investment options. Sahara Growth Fund will help investors create long-term wealth by investing in equity and equity-related securities.

  3. Sahara Wealth Plus Fund
    Fund Type Equity Scheme
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • For units that get redeemed a year from the date of allotment, no exit load will be applicable.
    • For units that are redeemed on or before the completion of one year, 1% exit load will be charged.
    • No exit load will be levied for the ‘Direct Option’.
    Benchmark Nifty 500 (w.e.f. 9 November 2015), (earlier CNX 500)
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor Moderately high risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Wealth Plus Fund

    The main objective of the Sahara Wealth Plus Fund is to invest in equity mutual funds of companies to help investors build wealth during the course of the investment tenure.

    Who is the Sahara Wealth Plus Fund for?

    The Sahara Wealth Plus is for individuals who are want to create and grow their wealth by investing in equity mutual funds. Individuals who are looking to channel money into moderately high-risk financial avenues can consider opting for this fund.

  4. Sahara Infrastructure Fund
    Fund Type Equity Fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • If the units are redeemed on or before the completion of 12 months from the date of allotment, 1% exit load will be levied by Sahara Mutual Fund.
    • If the units are redeemed a year after the date of allotment, no exit load will be charged.
    • No exit load is applicable for the ‘Direct Option’.
    Benchmark Nifty 50 (with effect from 9 November 2015), (earlier CNX Nifty)
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor High risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Infrastructure Fund

    The objective of the Sahara Infrastructure Fund is to provide the investor medium to long-term capital gains and/or income distribution by investing in various equity and equity-related instruments of companies in the infrastructure sector.

    Who is the Sahara Infrastructure Fund for?

    The Sahara Infrastructure Fund is ideal for those individuals who are open to taking a high level of risk. Investors who are looking to accumulate wealth through investing in equity funds of various infrastructure-sector companies can invest in Sahara Infrastructure Fund.

  5. Sahara Midcap Fund
    Fund Type Open-ended growth fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • If the fund units are redeemed by the investor on or prior to the completion of 12 months, Sahara Mutual Fund will levy a 1% exit load.
    • No exit load will be levied if the fund units are levied after the completion of 12 months.
    • For the ‘Direct Option’, investors will not be charged an exit load.
    Benchmark Nifty Midcap (with effect from 9 November 2015), (earlier CNX Midcap)
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor Moderately high risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Midcap Fund

    The Sahara Midcap Fund aims to achieve long-term growth of capital at a moderately high-risk level by primarily investing in mid-cap stocks.

    Who is the Sahara Midcap Fund for?

    The Sahara Midcap Fund is an ideal choice for investors who are looking to generate long-term wealth via making investments in various equity and equity-related securities and derivatives.

  6. Sahara Banking & Financial Services Fund
    Fund Type Equity fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • If the units are redeemed on or before the completion of 1 year from the allotment date, 1% exit load will be charged.
    • If the units are redeemed after 12 months, no exit load will be charged.
    • Also, no exit load is applicable for direct applications.
    Benchmark CNX Bank Index (Bank Nifty)
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor High

    Investment Objective of Sahara Banking & Financial Services Fund

    The objective of the Sahara Banking & Financial Services Fund is to provide investors capital growth during the investment tenure by investing in equities and equity-related securities of banking and financial services companies, either in part or whole.

    Who is the Sahara Banking & Financial Services Fund for?

    Being a high-risk investment option, the Sahara Banking & Financial Services Fund is an ideal for investors with a good appetite for risk. Thus, those who are looking to increase their wealth by investing in equity funds of companies in the financial services and banking sector can opt to invest in this fund option.

  7. Sahara Power & Natural Resources Fund
    Fund Type Equity fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • 1% exit load will be charged if the investor redeems the units on or before the completion of 12 months.
    • No exit load will be charged if the investor redeems the fund units 1 year after the allotment date.
    • For the ‘Direct Option’, no exit load will be levied.
    Benchmark Nifty 50 (with effect from 9 November 2015), (earlier S & P CNX Nifty)
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor High

    Investment Objective of Sahara Power & Natural Resources Fund

    The objective of the Sahara Power & Natural Resources Fund is to create wealth over time by investing in equities and securities of companies that are associated with the power sector, companies that are in the business of transmission, generation, or distribution of power, or those firms that are engaged in the discovery, production, developments, distribution, or processing of natural resources.

    Who is the Sahara Power & Natural Resources Fund for?

    The Sahara Power & Natural Resources Fund is ideal for individuals looking for high-risk investment options. Investors who want to create long-term capital by investing in equity funds of companies belonging to the power and natural resources sector in India can opt for this fund.

  8. Sahara R.E.A.L. Fund
    Fund Type Equity fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • If a concerned investor redeems units from a fund on or before the completion of at least 1 year from the date of allotment, 1% exit load will be applicable.
    • If an investor redeems the fund units after 1 full year, no exit load will be applicable.
    • For the ‘Direct Option’, no exit load will be applicable.
    Benchmark Nifty 50 (with effect from 9 November 2015), (earlier S & P CNX Nifty)
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor High risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara R.E.A.L. Fund

    By investing in equity and equity-related financial instruments of various firms in the entertainment and media, retailing, logistics, and auto and auto ancillaries sectors, the Sahara R.E.A.L Fund aims to create long-term wealth for investors.

    Who is the Sahara R.E.A.L. Fund for?

    Any investor who is looking for a high-risk investment option and wishes to invest in companies in the logistics, media and entertainment, etc. sectors can invest in this fund. The Sahara R.E.A.L Fund will help investors build their wealth over the course of time by investing in equities.

  9. Sahara Super 20 Fund
    Fund Type Equity fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • 1% exit load will be charged for units that are redeemed on or before the completion of 12 months from the date of allotment.
    • No exit load will be charged for units that are redeemed after completion of 12 months from the date of allotment.
    • No exit load is applicable for the ‘Direct Option’.
    Benchmark Nifty 50 (with effect from 9 November 2015), (earlier S & P CNX Nifty)
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor Moderately high risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Super 20 Fund

    The Sahara Super 20 Fund aims to create and increase wealth by investing in equities and equity-related securities of 20 firms that are among the top 100 market capitalisation firms, as on the investment date.

    Who is the Sahara Super 20 Fund for?

    The Sahara Super 20 Fund, which has a moderately high-risk profile, is ideal for individuals looking to build their wealth by investing in companies that are part of the top 100 largest market capitalisation organisations.

  10. Sahara Star Value Fund
    Fund Type Equity fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • If the units of the fund are redeemed by the investor before the completion of 12 months, 1% exit load will be charged.
    • If the units of the fund are redeemed by the investor after 12 months from the allotment date, no exit load will be charged.
    • Exit loads are also not charged for the ‘Direct Option’.
    Benchmark S&PBSE 200
    Fund Manager Mr. Anshum Nandecha
    Risk Factor Moderately high risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Star Value Fund

    This fund aims to invest in equity and equity-related instruments of certain firms based on select value parameters. Through this, investors will be offered the means to create long-term wealth.

    Who is the Sahara Star Value Fund?

    This moderately high-risk fund is best suited for those individuals who are looking to invest in equities or equity instruments, including derivatives and securities, of companies based on certain value parameters to create wealth.

Debt-Oriented Funds Offered by Sahara Mutual Fund

The debt-oriented funds offered by Sahara Mutual Fund are as follows:

  1. Sahara Income Fund
    Fund Type Debt-oriented fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load Nil
    Benchmark CRISIL Composite Bond Index
    Fund Manager Mr. Manish Jaitely
    Risk Factor Moderately low risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Income Fund

    By investing in sovereign debt and corporate instruments, the Sahara Income Fund aims to help investors earn income, in addition to providing them reasonable safety and liquidity.

    Who is the Sahara Income Fund for?

    The Sahara Income Fund, being a moderately low-risk fund, is an ideal choice for investors who want to earn a regular source of income without investing in high-risk avenues. This type of a fund is suitable for those looking to invest in corporate debt, money market instruments, and government securities.

  2. Sahara Classic Fund
    Fund Type Debt-oriented fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load Nil
    Benchmark CRISIL MIP Blended Index
    Fund Manager Mr. A.N. Sridhar and Mr. Manish Jaitely
    Risk Factor Moderately high risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Classic Fund

    By investing in a combination of debt-oriented instruments including money market instruments and equity-oriented instruments, Sahara Classic Fund aims to generate steady returns and capital appreciation for investors. Thus, under the Sahara Classic Fund, majority of the investment will be made in debt and debt-related instruments, while a portion of the investment will be directed towards equity instruments.

    Who is the Sahara Classic Fund for?

    The Sahara Classic Fund is best-suited to individuals who are looking for a financial instrument that will generate regular income throughout the investment tenure and will also offer capital appreciation in the short, medium, and long term. This type of fund is ideal for those open to taking a moderately high-level of risk with their investments.

  3. Sahara Liquid Fund
    Fund Type Debt-oriented fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load Nil
    Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
    Fund Manager Mr. Manish Jaitely
    Risk Factor Low risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Liquid Fund

    Sahara Liquid Fund aims to provide investors reasonable returns and high liquidity, while emphasising the need and importance of preserving the investor’s capital. This fund invests in good quality debt instruments and money market instruments to provide the specified benefits to investors.

    Who is the Sahara Liquid Fund for?

    Sahara Liquid Fund, being a low-risk fund, is ideal for risk-averse individuals. Investors who wish to generate a regular source of income in the short and medium term by investing in highly liquid money market debt instruments can invest in this fund.

  4. Sahara Interval Fund (Quarterly Plan - Series 1)
    Fund Type Debt-oriented fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load
    • If the units are redeemed during the “Specified Transaction Period” by the investor, no exit load will be charged.
    • If the units are redeemed at any other time other than during the “Specified Transaction Period”, a 1% exit load will be charged.
    Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
    Fund Manager Mr. Manish Jaitely
    Risk Factor Low risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Interval Fund (Quarterly Plan - Series 1)

    The objective of the Sahara Interval Fund (Quarterly Plan - Series 1) is to generate returns with low volatility by making investments in money market and debt instruments. This fund also offers investors the option of liquidity at certain periodic intervals.

    Who is the Sahara Interval Fund (Quarterly Plan - Series 1) for?

    The Sahara Interval Fund (Quarterly Plan - Series 1) is ideal for individuals who wish to earn reasonable returns in the short and medium term on a periodic basis. Since this fund invests in government securities and money market/debt instruments, it is well-suited to those individuals with a low appetite for risk.

  5. Sahara Gilt Fund
    Fund Type Open-ended gilt scheme
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load Nil
    Benchmark I-Sec Composite Gilt Index
    Fund Manager Mr. Manish Jaitely
    Risk Factor Moderately low risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Gilt Fund

    The Sahara Gilt Fund is an open-ended scheme that invests in government securities. Thus, this fund aims to generate regular income for investors and offers capital appreciation in the short, medium, and long term with almost no risk.

    Who is the Sahara Gilt Fund for?

    The Sahara Gilt Fund is an ideal option for those individuals who are looking to invest in government-guaranteed debt securities, government securities, overnight money market instruments, and T-bills without undertaking a high level of risk. This fund can help investors generate steady income and also helps in capital appreciation.

  6. Sahara Short Term Bond Fund
    Fund Type Debt-oriented fund
    Entry Load Nil
    Exit Load Nil
    Benchmark CRISIL LIQUIFEX
    Fund Manager Mr. Manish Jaitely
    Risk Factor Moderately low risk

    Investment Objective of Sahara Short Term Bond Fund

    By investing in money market securities and debt securities, the Sahara Short Term Bond Fund aims to help investors earn consistent and optimal returns by undertaking a moderate level of risk.

    Who is the Sahara Short Term Bond Fund for?

    Individuals who are looking for an investment avenue that has a moderately low-risk profile and will help them earn consistent fixed returns for a short to medium term can invest in the Sahara Short Term Bond Fund.

Save Tax by Investing in Tax Saving Mutual Funds from Sahara Mutual Fund

If you are looking to invest in a mutual funds that will help you earn returns and also avail tax benefits, it is advisable to opt for the Sahara Tax Gain Fund, which is an equity-linked savings scheme that helps investors generate and grow their capital during the investment tenure, in addition to providing them tax benefits.

Who is Eligible for Sahara Mutual Fund?

The following entities are eligible to invest in funds offered by Sahara Mutual Fund:

  • Adult resident individuals, either on a joint basis or on an individual basis (not exceeding a total of three members), or any individual on a survivor basis
  • Minors through a court-appointed legal guardian/natural guardian
  • Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) or Karta
  • Partnership firms
  • Companies, public sector undertakings, corporate bodies, associations, and societies under the Societies Registration Act, 1960
  • Financial institutions and banks
  • Mutual funds that have been registered with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
  • Charitable/religious trusts, endowments of private trusts, wakfs, and private trusts
  • NRIs and Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) residing abroad on a repatriation or non-repatriation basis
  • Foreign institutional investors that are registered with SEBI on a repatriation basis
  • Air force, army, navy, and other such paramilitary units and institutions
  • Industrial and scientific research organisations
  • Provident/pension/superannuation/gratuity funds and other such similar retirement and employee benefit funds
  • Corporate bodies and multilateral funding agencies that are incorporated outside the country with the permission of the RBI/Government of India
  • Other schemes of Sahara Mutual Fund, subject to the limits and conditions prescribed by SEBI
  • Promoters, trustees, AMCs, sponsors and their employees and associates
  • Any other institutions, individuals, or corporate bodies as decided by Sahara Mutual Fund

Documents Required for Investing in Sahara Mutual Fund

All non-individual and individual investors who wish to invest in mutual funds are required to first be KYC compliant. Thus, if an investor is not KYC compliant, the concerned individual will need to submit a KYC application form along with certain supporting documents to complete the KYC process. KYC application forms for non-individual investors and individual investors are available on the websites of AMFIs, mutual funds, and KRAs. Investors can also choose to approach a distributor for the form.

Individuals investors will also have to submit the following documents to complete the KYC verification process:

  • PAN card
  • ID proof
  • Address Proof

Non-individual investors will need to provide documents pertaining to their registration/constitution to complete the KYC process. A full list of documents that will need to be submitted is mentioned on the KYC Application Form for Non-Individual Investors.

After the KYC process is complete, prospective investors can open an investment account with Sahara Mutual Fund by submitting the following documents:

  • Duly-filled application form
  • KYC acknowledgement
  • Cheque or DD from your bank
  • Third-party declaration (if the investment is made on behalf of a minor)

*Note: This is the basic list of documents that is required by most mutual fund houses in India. Prospective investors might be required to submit other documents that are required by Sahara Mutual Fund.

How to Invest in Sahara Mutual Fund Online?

Sahara Mutual Fund offers prospective investors the option to invest in its mutual funds online through its official website. To invest in mutual funds of Sahara Mutual Fund, individuals will need to click on the ‘Invest Online’ option on the right side of the webpage. You will then be redirected to another page, where you will need to key-in the required details to begin the investment process.

Why Choose Sahara Mutual Fund?

Sahara Mutual Fund, which is sponsored by Sahara India Financial Corporation Limited, is one of the most preferred mutual fund houses in the country. The company offers equity and debt fund investment options in an effort to cater to the varied investment needs of its diverse consumer base. Furthermore, Sahara Mutual Fund has employed experienced fund managers to ensure that its customers receive good returns.

Sahara Mutual Fund - Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do I contact Sahara Mutual Fund in case I need assistance?

    If you need any assistance, you send an email to saharamutual@saharamutual.com. You can also call Sahara Mutual Fund on 022-22047197/98. The company can also be contacted by sending an SMS with the keyword ‘MUTUAL’ to 59090.

  2. How should I go about tracking the performance of a mutual fund scheme that I have invested in?

    The performance of a particular scheme can be tracked by checking its net asset value or NAV. The NAV is published on a daily basis for open-ended schemes and on a weekly basis for close-ended schemes. You can check the NAVs of various funds on the website of the concerned mutual fund house.

  3. How long will it take for a unitholder to receive repurchase proceeds/dividends?

    Sahara Mutual Fund will pay the dividend warrants within 30 days from the date of declaration of the dividend. Similarly, repurchase proceeds will be paid within 10 working days from when the redemption/repurchase request was made.

  4. What are certain precautions that a prospective investor should take when filling in the application form?

    When filling the application form, make sure to clearly mention all the required information. You should also ensure that you submit your updated bank account details to the mutual fund house.

  5. What is meant by Net Asset Value (NAV)?

    The performance of a particular scheme is denoted by its net asset value. Thus, the net asset value denotes the market value of the securities held by a particular scheme.

  6. What are a few things that an investor should keep in mind before opting for a particular scheme?

    Before you select a particular investment scheme, it is necessary to read the offer document carefully. It also important to check the past performance of the scheme and compare the performance of a particular scheme with a few other schemes that have similar investment goals and objectives. One can also seek the advice of an expert before investing in mutual funds.

  7. Can NRIs invest in mutual funds from Sahara Mutual Fund?

    Yes, Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) can invest in mutual funds.

  8. Can the nature of a mutual fund change from what is mentioned in the offer document?

    Yes, the nature of a mutual fund can change from what is mentioned in one’s offer document. However, in case of any change, a written communication will be sent to every unitholder and an advertisement of the same will be published.

News About Sahara Mutual Fund

  • Sahara Mutual Fund finds no takers for its AMC

    Sahara Mutual Fund has roped in investment bankers to identify potential buyers for its AMC which it has to sell-off by December 2015 as directed by SEBI. The fund house has had no takers given regulatory problems plaguing the fund’s parent group and stringent SEBI norms governing the acquisition of fund houses. Sahara MF’s assets under management (AUM) is Rs.130 crores.

    Sahara MF’s registration certificate was cancelled by SEBI in July this year over concerns about the fund’s sponsors. Post this no new investments were accepted and all holdings were to be redeemed. Transfer of the AMC and redemption of units was directed to take place within 5 months and 6 months respectively.

    10 September 2015

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