Investment Duration5 years
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Total Corpus Created (₹)With assumed returns of 11.25 %
About Shriram Asset Management Co Ltd
Shriram Asset Management Co Ltd manages assets worth 181 crores and was set up on 27 July 1994. It's current offering of mutual fund schemes includes 5 equity and 6 hybrid funds.See top Shriram Asset Management Co Ltd funds
Shriram Asset Management Company Limited is part of Shriram conglomerate, Chennai. It was incorporated in 1994. Shriram Credit Company Limited (SCCL) holding 68.67% stake in Shriram Asset Management Company Limited (SAMC) is the current Sponsor of SAMC. The company currently manages around INR 165.14 Crore.
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Key Fund Information
Shriram Asset Management Co Ltd manages assets worth 181 crores and was set up on 27 July 1994. It's current offering of mutual fund schemes includes 5 equity and 6 hybrid funds.
5 December 1994
27 July 1994
Shriram Credit Company Ltd.
Mr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh
Board of Trustee
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Shriram Asset Management Company Limited operates Shriram mutual fund. Shriram Asset Management Company Limited is an essential part of the Shriram Group. Also, the Shriram Group has a significant presence in financial services like consumer vehicles, consumer finance, life and general insurance, and chit funds. This AMC was incorporated on 27th July 1994.
Shriram Credit Company Limited (SCCL) holds 68.67% controlling stake in Shriram AMC. Furthermore, SCLL is a subsidiary of Shriram conglomerate that handles investment patterns at Shriram mutual fund.
The fund managers at Shriram MF blend the value and growth style of investing for asset allocation. Furthermore, they follow a bottom-up approach to pick high-quality securities. Also, the fund managers have a long term perspective for investing paying equal attention to upside participation and downside protection.
Shriram MF leverages the financial know-how and market knowledge of its parent company. The fund house manages assets worth INR 165.14 crore (as on 30th June 2020). It offers funds across equity, debt and hybrid categories. Following are the funds offered by Shriram mutual fund are Shriram Multicap fund, Shriram Long Term Equity, Shriram Hybrid Equity fund and Shriram Balanced Advantage Fund.
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Mr Ranjan is a fund manager at Shriram Mutual Fund. He has more than 23 years of experience in equity asset management (PMS), equity research and advisory functions. Before joining Shriram, Mr Ranjan was with Way2wealth where he was the head of Research and Advisory and was also mentoring and monitoring the PMS fund management. Also, he worked with First Global Ltd and Religare Macquarie as Vice President, Research. He was also associated with The Boston Consulting Group (Frankfurt) and European Energy Exchange, Germany. Mr Ranjan has an MBA in Finance from Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Germany. Also, he graduated from Hindu College, the University of Delhi with honours in Physics.
Ms Banerjee is a fund manager at Shriram Mutual Fund. She has more than 19 years of experience in her professional career. Before joining the fund house as a research manager, she worked with Zacks Research Private Limited and Shriram Insight Share Brokers Limited as a Research Head. She has done her Master of Business Management with a specialisation in Finance from the University of Calcutta. Also, she has a Bachelor of Science with Economics (H) degree from the same university.
Currently, she manages the following funds: Shriram Balanced Advantage Fund (hybrid fund), Shriram Hybrid Equity Fund, Shriram Multicap Fund and Shriram Long Term Equity Fund.