Investment Duration5 years
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Total Corpus Created (₹)With assumed returns of 11.25 %
About IDFC Asset Management Company Limited
IDFC Asset Management Company Limited manages assets worth 123,560 crores and was set up on 20 December 1999. It's current offering of mutual fund schemes includes 33 equity,198 debt and 32 hybrid funds.See top IDFC Asset Management Company Limited funds
IDFC Mutual Fund was established in 2000, and is promoted by IDFC Ltd. IDFC Ltd was set up by the Government of India as a premier infrastructure finance company. IDFC mutual funds is a pioneer in bringing the use of Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) based investment techniques to India.
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IDFC Asset Management Company Limited manages assets worth 123,560 crores and was set up on 20 December 1999. It's current offering of mutual fund schemes includes 33 equity,198 debt and 32 hybrid funds.
13 March 2000
20 December 1999
Mr. Vishal Kapoor
IDFC AMC Trustee Company Private Limited
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IDFC Mutual Fund was established in 2000. It is promoted by IDFC Ltd. IDFC Ltd was set up by GOI (Government of India) as a premier infrastructure finance company. The AMC is among the Top 10 asset managers by AUM in India. The fund house aims to provide a better outcome for savings for investors by helping them make smarter investment choices. The high quality investment solutions help in achieving the investor’s goal.
The asset management company offers a range of well-constructed investment products across fixed income, equities, liquid alternatives, and portfolio management services (PMS).
Equity: IDFC’s offering is based on a fundamental and research driven framework. At IDFC mutual fund, the stock selection follows its proprietary seven-factor investment framework. The combinations of weights differ for each fund objective. The fund house provides a wide range of growth oriented investment products. The investment strategies are across themes and market caps.
Fixed Income: The fixed income offerings are backed by strong fundamental and macro research. Quality and consistency is the utmost priority. The product offerings are both actively managed long-bond or sovereign funds, and front-end carry oriented strategies.
Liquid Alternatives: These are absolute returns hedge funds. IDFC Mutual Fund ensures that the product is uncorrelated to market indices and traditional offerings. However, managing the volatility within the predefined range. The two absolute return products offered by the fund house are:
Portfolio Management Services (PMS): IDFC mutual fund is a pioneer in bringing the use of Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) based investment techniques to India. The Neo PMS is an offering by the fund house that focuses on large and mid-cap stocks. Also, this is powered by the ML & AI process.
IDFC Mutual Fund manages client assets more than INR 1 trillion for over 1 million investor folios. The investors are individual clients, corporates, institutions, and family run businesses. IDFC Mutual Fund has its presence in more than 46 cities and serves clients across 280 towns.
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Mr. Pitti is associate vice president of fund management at IDFC. He has over a decade of experience in the mutual fund industry. He has been associated with IDFC since 2007. Also, he previously worked with Standard Chartered Bank as a trader. Mr. Pitti has a degree in B.com (H). He manages IDFC Sensex ETF Fund, IDFC Arbitrage Fund, IDFC Equity Savings Fund, and IDFC Nifty ETF Fund.
Mr. Agarwal joined the IDFC AMC in 2016 and is currently the Vice President – Fund Management. He has more than 12 years of experience in the Finance Industry. His prior associations were with Mirae Asset Mutual Fund as a Fund Manager and Axis Capital. He was also associated with JP Morgan India Services Ltd. Mr. Agarwal holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) in Finance and also a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (USA) and a Company Secretary affiliated with the Institute of Company Secretaries of India. A few of the funds he manages are IDFC Nifty fund and IDFC Dynamic Equity Fund (hybrid fund).
Mr. Bhaskar joined IDFC Mutual Fund in 2016 and is currently the Head – Equity. He has more than 27 years of experience in the mutual fund industry. Prior to joining the AMC, he was working with UTI AMC as Head of Equity. He was then responsible for the entire equity fund management. Also, prior to this, he was associated with Sundaram AMC as a Fund Manager. Mr. Bhaskar holds a Master’s in Business Administration degree in Finance. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce with honors. Some of the funds he manages are Core Equity Fund and Multi cap fund.
Mr. Pinto joined IDFC Mutual Fund in 2016 and is currently the Senior Fund Manager – Equity. He has more than 12 years of experience in the industry. Prior to this, he was associated with UTI Mutual Fund as the Fund Manager. He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) and also a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce. He manages the Tax Advantage (ELSS) Fund (tax savings fund), and Sterling Value Fund.
Mr. Mishra has been associated with IDFC Mutual Fund since 2011. He is currently the Fund Manager at AMC. He has more than 18 years of experience in the industry. Of which fifteen years in Equities and Investments and also three years in the core industry. His specialties are in fund management, capital markets, and investment analysis and business valuation. His expertise also in listed and unlisted equity asset classes, primarily in the Infrastructure, Real estate, Financials, and Industrial sectors. He holds an MBA degree from IIM Lucknow and also an Engineering degree from the National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur. He manages the Equity Savings Fund and Infrastructure Fund.
Mr. Kapoor joined IDFC AMC in 2015 and is currently the Portfolio Manager at the fund house. He has more than 12 years of experience. At the AMC, he tracks Consumer, Auto, NBFC, and Healthcare sectors. He was previously associated with UTI Mutual Fund as a Fund Manager. Mr. Kapoor holds an MBA degree from IIM Kozhikode. He also holds a B.Tech degree in Electronics and Communication from Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Technical University. Some of the funds he manages are IDFC Asset Allocation Fund (fund of funds), IDFC Nifty Fund, and IDFC Arbitrage Fund.
Mr. Joshi is a fund manager for fixed income at IDFC. He has over a decade of experience at IDFC. Before working with IDFC, he worked as a dealer with ICAP India Pvt Ltd. He has done his M.Com and B.Com from Mumbai University. Also, he is a PGDBM in Finance from N.L. Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai. He manages the following funds at IDFC, namely, IDFC All Seasons Bond Fund, Equity Savings Fund (hybrid fund), IDFC Government Securities Fund, and Ultra Short Term Fund.
Mr. Subramanian is a fund manager and head of credit research at IDFC. He has been with IDFC for the past nine years. Before joining IDFC, he worked with ICRA Limited as a senior analyst. He was also with JP Morgan as an intern. He did his MBA in finance from Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneshwar. Mr. Subramanian also holds a BE degree from Anna University, Chennai. He manages the IDFC Credit Risk Fund, and Dynamic Equity Fund (hybrid fund).
Mr. Choudhary is the head of fixed income at IDFC MF. He has over 20 years of experience in the industry. Before joining IDFC, he worked with HSBC Global Asset Management, Standard Chartered Asset Management, and Deutsche Bank. He also has a PGDM from IIM Calcutta. He currently manages the following funds: IDFC Government Securities Fund, IDFC Bond Fund Income Plan, IDFC Dynamic Bond Fund, IDFC Bond Fund Short Term Plan, and IDFC Bond Fund Medium Term Plan.
Mr. Shah is the associate vice president at IDFC asset management. He has an experience of 10 years in the fixed income market. Before joining IDFC, he was with IDBI asset management. He also worked with IndiaBulls Mutual Fund, Mata Securities & Twenty-First Century. Mr. Shah has a post graduate diploma in finance. He manages the IDFC Overnight Fund.
Mr. Kumar is the Head – Liquid Alternative at IDFC Asset Management Company. He is a specialist in India Long/Short investing. He has more than two decades of global investment experience. Prior to joining IDFC AMC, he was working with Gulmohar Alpha Capital Advisors and SteppenWolf Capital LLC. Also, during this time, he won the ‘Best Emerging Markets Investor – India’ and ‘Best India Long/Short’ awards by AI Hedge in 2016. He was also associated with The Chatterjee Group’s public equities division and was the Co-CIO of the AGRA India Fund (PCE Investors, London). This was seeded by New Alpha Advisers. It is a consortium of blue chip European insurance companies. Mr. Kumar holds a Master’s degree in Corporate and International Finance from Durham University, UK.
Mr. Mittal joined the IDFC Mutual fund in 2015 and is currently the Associate Director – Fixed Income. He has more than a decade of experience in the Banking and Mutual Fund industry. Prior to IDFC, he was associated with HDFC Mutual Fund, Axis Mutual Fund, and ICICI Prudential Life Insurance. Mr. Mittal also worked with Bank of America. He holds a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics & Political Science in Accounting & Finance with a specialization in Finance. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce. Mr. Mittal is also a Chartered Accountant affiliated with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Some of the funds he manages are Hybrid Equity Fund and Regular Savings Fund.
Investors can invest in IDFC mutual funds through physical and online modes. In a physical mode, investors have to submit a filled application form along with necessary documents. They have to submit them at the nearest branch of IDFC mutual fund. Investors can invest online through the IDFC website or any other online platform that sells mutual funds.
SIP investments can be stopped online or offline. It can be done by sending a letter to the IDFC mutual fund office or the CAMS office asking to stop the mutual fund SIP. Alternatively, they can also login to their IDFC mutual fund account online and stop the mutual fund SIP investment. Investors can also stop their SIP investments through multiple online portals that they invested through. It takes around 30 days for the request to process.
To withdraw/redeem investment from IDFC mutual fund, one has to submit a redemption form that can be downloaded at the IDFC website or available at the end of the account statement. The investor can submit the form at the nearest branch. Alternatively, they can also redeem their investment online. The redemption will be processed as per the applicable Net Asset Value (NAV) as on the date and time of receipt of the request. The mutual fund schemes NAV is determined at the end of the day by the fund house. The fund house has to publish the mutual fund schemes NAV every day after the closing hours.
Investors who invested through online portals like Scripbox can redeem their investments from there as well.
Increasing the SIP amount can be done by stopping the existing SIP and starting a new SIP with the new amount. Or one can let the ongoing SIP continue and start a new SIP in the same fund with the additional amount. So there will be two SIPs in one fund. If one hasn’t started investing yet, they can always opt for a SIP top-up option. It lets investors top-up SIP with a certain amount or a certain percentage every year.
IDFC was established in 2000. It has over two decades of experience in asset management. The AMC is among the Top 10 asset managers by AUM in India. The asset management company offers a range of well-constructed investment products across fixed income, equities, liquid alternatives, and portfolio management services (PMS). IDFC Mutual Fund manages client assets more than INR 1 trillion for over 1 million investor folios. The investors are individual clients, corporates, institutions, and family run businesses. IDFC Mutual Fund has its presence in more than 46 cities and serves clients across 280 towns. Few of the well-known IDFC mutual fund schemes are Low Duration Fund, IDFC Credit Risk Fund, IDFC Bond Fund Short Term Plan, Ultra Short Term Fund, IDFC Banking & PSU Debt Fund, Multi Cap Fund, IDFC Asset Allocation Fund (fund of funds), IDFC All Seasons Bond Fund, Dynamic Bond Fund, and Core Equity Fund.
IDFC Mutual Fund has been in the market for more than 20 years now. It has grown through various market conditions. The fund house aims to provide a better outcome for savings for investors by helping them make smarter investment choices. The high quality investment solutions help in achieving the investor’s goal.
An investor has to find their best fit by aligning their objectives and risk profile with that of the fund’s objectives and risk profile. Scripbox recommends IDFC Low Duration Fund.