ITI Launches Dynamic Bond Fund NFO – Should you Subscribe?
ITI mutual fund is coming up with Dynamic Bond Fund NFO, which would open for subscription on 25th June 2021. Dynamic Bond Funds are mutual funds that invests across various duration / tenure of instruments. If you an investor who is looking for all season’s debt fund, dynamic bond funds could be ideal one for you. In this article we would provide ITI Dynamic Bond Fund NFO issue details and various risk factors associated with such funds.
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ITI Dynamic Bond Fund – NFO Issue Details
ITI Dynamic Bond Fund NFO opens on Friday 25th June 2021 and closes on Friday 9th July 2021. This is an open-ended equity mutual fund scheme.
|Scheme reopens for continuous purchase/sale||On or before 23-Jul-21|
|Minimum Lumpsum||Rs 5,000|
|Minimum SIP||Rs 1,000 for 6 months|
|NAV of the fund||Rs 10 during NFO period|
|Max expense Ratio (TER)||2.00%|
|Benchmark||CRISIL Dynamic Debt Index|
What is the investment objective of this MF scheme?
The investment objective of the Scheme is to maximize returns through an active management of a portfolio comprising of debt and money market instruments.
There is no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.
What is the allocation pattern in this mutual fund?
This fund investment pattern is as follows:
|Type of instruments||Min %||Max %||Risk Profile|
|Debt and Money Market Instruments
|0%||100%||Low to Medium|
|Units issued by REITs and InvITs||0%||10%||Medium to High|
Why to invest in the ITI Dynamic Bond Fund?
Here are a few reasons to invest in such debt funds.
1) This Dynamic Bond Fund would invest in securities that matures across various durations. You might be a short-term investor or medium-term investor or long-term investor. But investing in this fund is like investing in all season’s debt fund.
2) Dynamic Bond Funds have historically provided 7% to 10% annualized returns in the last 3-10 years though not guaranteed. If you are looking for returns higher than bank FDs, one can invest in such funds.
Some key risk factors you should consider before you invest in such funds
One should consider some of these risk factors / negative factors before investing.
1) This fund invests in debt instruments across tenures. Such debt instruments carry different levels of risks. Scheme risks might increase or decrease depending on the investment pattern.
2) This fund invests in debt instruments which has interest rate risks, re-investment risk, spread risk, liquidity risk, credit risk, default risks, etc.,
3) This scheme invests in fixed income derivatives where there is element of risk.
4) You can refer complete risk factors of investing in this scheme in SID / KIM.
Performance of existing Dynamic Bond Funds in India
Here is the performance of existing Dynamic Bond Funds in the last 3 to 10 years. Returns are annualised.
|Fund Name||3 Yrs||5 Yrs||10 Yrs|
|ICICI Prudential All Seasons Bond Fund||9.5%||9.2%||10.1%|
|Kotak Dynamic Bond Fund||9.8%||8.9%||9.1%|
|Axis Dynamic Bond Fund||10.1%||8.6%||8.7%|
|IDFC Dynamic Bond Fund||10.0%||8.6%||9.1%|
|SBI Dynamic Bond Fund||9.3%||8.3%||8.8%|
|Quantum Dynamic Bond Fund||8.6%||8.3%||NA|
|PGIM India Dynamic Bond Fund||8.7%||8.2%||NA|
|DSP Strategic Bond Fund||9.6%||7.9%||8.6%|
|L&T Flexi Bond Fund||8.3%||7.7%||8.5%|
|Nippon India Dynamic Bond Fund||8.5%||7.5%||8.5%|
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Should you invest in ITI Dynamic Bond Fund NFO?
ITI Dynamic Bond Fund (New Fund Offer) would invest in debt instruments across various durations. This is like all season debt fund. It invests in corporate debt instruments, fixed income derivatives etc., which are high risk. Dynamic bond funds would invest across durations and ideal for investors who want to invest for medium to long term. Moderate risk investors can invest in this fund for medium to long term of say 3 to 10 years.
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Does ITI mean Indian Telephone Industry
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