|Fund Type||Open Ended|
|Benchmark||CRISIL Composite Bond|
|Asset Size(Cr)||2018.35 (As on Feb 28, 2019)|
|Fund Manager||Manish Banthia , Anuj Tagra|
|Min SIP Investment||1000|
|Min Addl Investment||1000|
|Exit Load||0.25 % For 30 Days|
- Returns for less than one year are Absolute, and those for more than one year are Annualised (CAGR).
|Sector||Value(In Cr)||Allocation (%)|
|Fund Name||Ratings||1 Yr Rtn.||3 Yr Rtn.||5 Yr Rtn.|
|Kotak Dynamic Bond Fund (G)||8.9%||8.71%||8.91%|
|DHFL Pramerica Dynamic Bond Fund - Growth||8.14%||8.23%||9%|
|SBI Dynamic Bond Fund (G)||7.35%||8.03%||8.56%|
|L&T Flexi Bond Fund (G)||7.17%||7.68%||8.99%|
|Baroda Pioneer Dynamic Bond Fund (G)||6.99%||7.64%||9.28%|
|No. of Investment||Amount Invested||Investment Value As on date||Units Purchased||CAGR|
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|Total Amount Invested||Investment Value As on Date||Total Units Purchased||Abs. Return|
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|Sector||Value(In Cr)||Allocation (%)|
|Holdings||Instrument||Industry||Rating||Market Value||% to NAV|
|GovernmentSecurities||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||3371.04||35.471|
|GovernmentSecurities||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||1529.3||16.0917|
|GovernmentSecurities||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||1012||10.6485|
|GovernmentSecurities||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||851.7||8.9618|
|GovernmentSecurities||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||450||4.735|
|DaysTreasuryBills||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||346.163||3.6424|
|DaysTreasuryBills||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||247.812||2.6076|
|GovernmentSecurities||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||199.68||2.1011|
|StateGovernmentofTamilNadu||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||104.598||1.1006|
|StateGovernmentofTamilNadu||Bond - Gov't Agency Debt||-||SOV||100.26||1.055|
|StateGovernmentofTamilNadu||Bond - Gov't Agency Debt||-||SOV||99.699||1.0491|
|GovernmentSecurities||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||91.074||0.9583|
|StateGovernmentofMaharashtra||Bond - Gov't/Treasury||-||SOV||56.581||0.5954|
|CBLO||Cash - Collateral||-||-||452.076||4.7569|
ICICI Prudential All Seasons Bond Fund was launched on 28th March 2002 under ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund. The managed assets were worth Rs 2,023 crore as on 30th Sept 2018. It is a Debt-Dynamic Bond and is benchmarked for Crisil 1 Yr T-Bill Index as primary and NIFTY Composite Bond Index as the secondary index. Mr Anuj Tagra and Manish Banthia are the fund managers of the ICICI Prudential All Seasons Bond Fund.
The NAV of the fund is Rs 22.75 as on 31st Oct 2018. Experts recommend ICICI Prudential All Seasons Bond Fund to the investors who want to invest for a long-term horizon in debt instrument and do not consider the interest rate movements for selling the stocks.
The investment objective of this ICICI Mutual Fund scheme is to invest in debt and money market instruments to generate capital appreciation with liquidity, safety, and optimum balance of yield. The fund managers of the scheme are allowed to choose any debt instrument based on his or her insights. The performance of the fund depends upon the chosen debt instruments or any maturity by the fund manager in a given time frame. If the selection of debt instruments is right, ICICI Prudential All Seasons Bond Fund makes money or, if it is the opposite, then the fund losses money.
Since inception, the fund has maintained an annualised rate of returns at 10.78% as on 31st Oct 2018. Within a year from the launch, the fund has beaten the category’s average and started improving the ranking within the category. Considering 5-years trailing returns produced by the fund, it has acquired the first ranking in the category.
During 1-year performance, the fund has generated returns at the rate of 4.19% and beaten the benchmark and category’s average by generating 3.70% and 2.81% returns, respectively. In 3-years, the fund has produced 8.94% rate of return and beaten the category and benchmark with 1-2 percentage points. During the period of 3-years, the fund was able to maintain the 2nd ranking in the category.
ICICI Prudential All Seasons Bond Fund has generated 11.02% returns which are higher than the category and index of 8.76% and 7.42%, respectively.
These all trailing returns data are noticed on 31st Oct 2018.
ICICI Prudential All Seasons Bond Fund invests in total no. of 30 securities which are higher than the category’s average of 23. The main allocation of the assets is in commercial papers, bonds, debenture, non-convertible debenture, zero coupon bonds, GOI securities, and pass through certificate. The top 10 holdings of the portfolio are in Essar Oil Limited, Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd, Promont Hillside Private Ltd, Vedanta Limited, The Great Eastern Shipping Company Limited, Tata Steel Limited, KKR India Financial Services Pvt Ltd, LIC Housing Finance Ltd, MFL Securitisation Trust LIX Series A1, and Bharti Airtel Ltd.
With such a past performance graph and well-diversified portfolio, ICICI Prudential All Seasons Bond Fund is working hard to withstand and give a tough fight to peers of the category. So, now you may get to know that this fund is one of the top-performing mutual funds of the debt dynamic bond category. At MySIPOnline, You can calculate the value of your SIP investments at different periods with the help of SIP Calculator.
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