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UTI FIIF-II-Qtrly Inv VI(IDCW)

IDCW
DebtDebt - Interval Fund
Small-size FundAssets Under Mgmt: ₹ 13 Cr
Low RiskPrinciple investment will be at low risk
10.080.01% (+0.00)

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DebtDebt - Interval Fund
Small-size FundAssets Under Mgmt: ₹ 13 Cr
Low RiskPrinciple investment will be at low risk

Key Metrics

Expense RatioExpense RatioNo LabelNo LabelNo LabelNo Label
-3.89
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0.04-2.37

About Debt - Interval Fund

Debt - Interval funds primarily invest in debt instruments. These are the mix of open-ended and close-ended funds. The repurchase can be done on the quarterly basis.

Scheme Info

PlanPlanLock inLock inExit LoadExit Load
IDCW0 yrs0.00%
Nil
SIP Inv.SIP Inv.Min. LumpsumMin. Lumpsum
Not allowedNot allowed
BenchmarkBenchmark

Tax Implications

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Gains are taxed at 20% with indexation benefit

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Exp: 16yrs

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#Funds: 22

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AMC profile

UTI AMC commenced operations from February 1, 2003. It has been promoted by four sponsors, namely, SBI, Life Insurance Corporation of India, Bank of Baroda and Punjab National Bank and each of them hold 25% of the paid up capital of UTI AMC.

  • No.of Schemes

    49

  • Total AUM

    ₹ 1,53,609.93 Cr.

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