- Fund manager
- Mr. Abhishek Bisen would manage the debt segment, and Mr. Deepak Gupta will manage the equity segment for the scheme.
- Investment manager
- Kotak Mahindra AMC Ltd.
- Kotak Mahindra Trustee Co. Ltd.
- CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index (80%) and Nifty 50 (20%).
- Load structure
- Entry: Nil
Exit load: Nil
- Exchange listed
- The units of the scheme will be listed on BSE on allotment. The units of the scheme may also be listed on the other stock exchanges.
The investment strategy is aimed at generating income and minimizing interest rate volatility by investing in Debt & Money Market securities that mature on or before the maturity of the scheme, and also to generate capital appreciation by investing in equity/ equity related instruments.
a. Debt Portion:
The portfolio would be mostly Hold to Maturity securities maturing on or before the maturity of the scheme. The endeavour would be to generate returns while moderating credit & interest rate risk. The fund would predominantly invest in papers having investment grade credit rating, indicating high level of safety in terms of credit risk.
b. Equity Portion:
The equity portion may comprise of equity stocks or equity derivatives such as equity index options & futures or a combination of both. A combination of top-down & bottom up approach would be used to select scripts which have the potential to provide growth at reasonable valuations. While using equity derivatives such as options & futures, the endeavour would be to provide participation in the underlying equity index.
The total exposure related to option premium paid will not exceed 20% of the net assets of the Scheme at the time of investment. If due to market movements, the value of options appreciates/depreciates resulting in breach of the limit of 20%, the fund manager may or may not rebalance the portfolio. However, if the fund manager sells the option before expiry of the contract instead of rolling it over, the reinvestment, if any, would be subject to the maximum 20% limit on options premium.
Unit holders are given an option to hold the units in demat form in addition to account statement as per current practice.
The Unitholders intending to hold/trade the units the units in Demat form are required to have a beneficiary account with the Depository Participant (DP) (registered with NSDL / CDSL) and will be required to indicate in the application the DP's name, DP ID Number and the beneficiary account number of the applicant with the DP.
In case Unit holders do not provide their Demat Account details, an Account Statement shall be sent to them. Such unitholders will not be able to trade on the stock exchange.
The Unitholders are requested to fill in their demat account details in the space provided for the same in Key Information Memorandum (KIM) and application forms.
Applications Supported by Blocked Amount (ASBA)
Investors may apply through the ASBA facility during the NFO period of the Scheme by filling in the ASBA form and submitting the same to selected Self Certified Syndicate Banks (SCSBs) which are registered with SEBI for offering the ASBA facility, which in turn will block the amount in the account as per the authority contained in the ASBA form, and undertake other tasks as per the procedure specified therein.
Investors are also requested to check with their respective Banks for details regarding application through ASBA mode. The list of SCSBs are available on SEBI website www.sebi.gov.in also on the website of the stock exchanges