HSBC Mutual Fund was established on 27th May 2002 has an asset under management of Rs. 10621.84 crore (As of June 2018)
The asset management company believes in providing well-engineered products to its customers and they also target on developing an adequate solution base for their client.
The motto of the company is to connect customers to companies, so that their investor community may prosper. HSBC claims to work in a goal oriented format to bring about the best possible financial services to its investors. In this regard, HSBC offers a wide array of mutual funds across various categories so that may appeal to investors irrespective of their risk appetite, investment duration and even salary.
With a global presence in 26 locations, HSBC aims to bring about the best possible investment service to retail investors.
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Fund Performance: This fund has consistently beaten its benchmark in Sectoral/Thematic segment and provided -2.03% annualized returns in the last 3 years. In the last 1 year, it gave -15.91% returns.
Why to invest: The fund has consistently beaten other funds in same category along with its benchmark and provided -15.91% returns in the last 1 year. Groww rated this fund as 1 Star. This is one of the best Equity mutual fund in India.
Fund Manager: Dhiraj Sachdev
|Launch Date||31 Dec 2012|
|Min Investment Amt||₹5,000|
Fund Performance: This fund has consistently beaten its benchmark in FoF Overseas segment and provided 13.31% annualized returns in the last 3 years. In the last 1 year, it gave 36.73% returns.
Why to invest: The fund has consistently beaten other funds in same category along with its benchmark and provided 36.73% returns in the last 1 year. Groww rated this fund as 1 Star. This is one of the best Others mutual fund in India.
Fund Manager: Ranjithgopal K A
|Launch Date||01 Jan 2013|
|Min Investment Amt||₹5,000|
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The ELSS or tax saving scheme is popular among investors because firstly, they have a tax exemption limit of 1,50,000 and they also provide decent returns to investors, as they invest in equity and equity related securities. This makes ELSS schemes extremely popular among retail investors. This scheme falls under Section 80 'C' of the Income Tax Act.
They invest in equity and equity related derivatives and invest in a wide array of stocks. These funds provide good returns, but they are volatile in nature. There are various different schemes under this category that an investor can choose from, depending on his/her risk appetite and ideal investment duration. Their main aim is to attain long- term capital appreciation.
Debt funds are perfect for investors who want to invest in low-risk securities. These funds invest in money market instruments/debt and government securities and aim at providing a regular income to investors. The returns from these funds are relatively stable, but not as high as an equity fund.
Hybrid funds are commonly known as asset allocation funds. In the investment market, asset allocation funds can be used for many purposes.Hybrid funds evolved from the implementation of modern portfolio theory in fund management. These funds can offer varying levels of risk tolerance ranging from conservative to moderate and aggressive.
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