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Bank of India Conservative Hybrid Fund(Q-IDCW)

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HybridConservative Hybrid Fund
Small-size FundAssets Under Mgmt: ₹ 73 Cr
Moderately High RiskPrinciple investment will be at moderately high risk
17.290.17% (+0.03)

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Expense Ratio

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Return vs FD Rates

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Fund has been able to generate better price return than bank FD

Red Flags

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Total holdings with red flags is insignificant

HybridConservative Hybrid Fund
Small-size FundAssets Under Mgmt: ₹ 73 Cr
Moderately High RiskPrinciple investment will be at moderately high risk

Key Metrics

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1.277.342.34
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1.377.512.75

About Conservative Hybrid Fund

Conservative Hybrid funds have exposure to both debt and equity instruments. They primarily invest in FD-like instruments with some allocation to stocks. They are designed to slightly surpass the average rate of inflation.

Scheme Info

PlanPlanLock inLock inExit LoadExit Load
IDCW0 yrs1.00%
Nil for 10% of investment and 1% for remaining investment on or before 1Y Nil after 1Y
SIP Inv.SIP Inv.Min. LumpsumMin. Lumpsum
Allowed₹ 10,000
Initial: ₹ 10,000 Incremental: ₹ 1,000
BenchmarkBenchmark
CRISIL Hybrid 85+15 - Conservative Index

Tax Implications

Investment period < 3 years

Gains are added to taxable income and taxed according to the individual's income tax slab

Investment period > 3 years (Investments before 1st April 2023)

Gains are taxed at 20% with indexation benefit

Investment period > 3 years (Investments after 1st April 2023)

With changes introduced in budget 2023, gains are added to taxable income and taxed according to the individual's income tax slab

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Exp: 12yrs

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#Funds: 38

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AMC profile

Bank of India Investment Managers (formerly BOI AXA Investment Managers) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of India, which was founded in 1906 as a banking services company and later nationalised in 1969. The AMC BOI brings 14 years of rich experience in fund management catering to the needs of investors across various investment objectives. The fund house currently manages 17 varied mutual fund schemes across 2 lakh+ investors and 2700+ Cr. in AUM.

  • No.of Schemes

    19

  • Total AUM

    ₹ 8,484.59 Cr.