Short term funds provides relative safety of capital with growth at par with inflation and is suitable for investment objectives with duration of 1-5 years or longer.
Short Term Funds invest in debt and money market instruments such that the duration of the portfolio is between 1 to 3 years.This exposes them to higher variations when interest rates change.
The category is one of the largest categories within the Debt Segment (9% of the total assets).
We assess the credit quality of funds in this category as relatively poor.We do not recommend funds in this category since we believe that the potential incremental return is not justified by the higher credit risk and higher interest rate risk.
The fund has been a Category Leader on the Fund Size metric
The performance of the fund on a Rolling Returns metric has been Good
NAV (Nov 30)
6 Month CAGR
To provide investors an opportunity to generate regular income through investments in a portfolio comprising predominantly of debt instruments which are rated not below investment grade and money market instruments such that the Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 1 year and 3 years.
Launched (16y ago)
Jul 27, 2007
AUM in Crores
CRISIL Short Duration Debt A-II TR INR
Standard Deviation (3yr)
Standard Deviation (5yr)
Sharpe Ratio (3yr)
Sharpe Ratio (5yr)
with step up of
|SBI Short Term Debt Fund (Growth)||8,56,981||1,24,369||6.5%|
Disclaimer: Products compared like fixed deposits may provide fixed guaranteed returns. Mutual Funds investments are subject to market risk, read all scheme related documents carefully before investing. Past performance is not an indicator of future returns.
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SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) is a Short Term Debt fund and has delivered an annualised return of null% over a period of 16 years. The fund is managed by SBI Funds Management Ltd. The fund managers are Mohit Jain, Rajeev Radhakrishnan.
Nav of SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) as of 11/30/2023 is ₹28.30 with the total AUM as of 12/1/2023 is ₹13517.55. With Scripbox you can compare and check the latest nav for all mutual funds in India. SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) was launched on Jul 27, 2007. The category risk of the fund is Moderate Risk.
The minimum SIP amount for SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) is ₹1000 and you can increase this in multiples of ₹100. In case you want to invest a lump sum, the minimum amount to be invested is ₹5000. Check your estimated returns on mutual funds by using sip calculator.
SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) is suited for investors looking to invest for 1-4 years. The asset class is less volatile than equity and the fund is likely to provide stable but slow growth. The fund is benchmarked to CRISIL Short Duration Debt A-II TR INR.
SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) is rated as a 3 fund in Debt and delivered 6.5% returns in the last 1 year. Scripbox provides a compare mutual funds research tool to view a detailed comparison with SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G).
What is SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G)?
How to invest in SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G)?
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What is the minimum sip amount of SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G)?
The minimum sip amount for SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) is ₹1000. You can invest in multiples of ₹5000.
Is SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) good to invest in?
As per Scripbox experts, SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) is a Neutral fund. You can investSBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) fund if its investment objective and risk-o-meter matches your investment goals and risk preferences.
What is the expense ratio of the SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G)?
The expense ratio of the SBI Short Term Debt Fund (G) is 0.85% for regular plan.