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Franklin India Corporate Debt - Direct - Growth

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previously known as Franklin India Inc Builder Dir Gr until

NAV on November 18, 2019
Category Fixed income:
Corporate Bond
Interest rate sensitivity
Credit quality
Limited Sensitivity High Quality
Total Assets 1,115 cr
Turnover Ratio 262.18%
Expense Ratio 0.32%
Exit Load NIL
Returns
  • 1M: 1.46%
  • 1Y: 11.79%
  • 3M: 2.28%
  • 3Y: 8.74%
  • 6M: 6.08%
  • 5Y: 9.25%
Min Investment 10,000
ADDITIONAL INFO
Fund Manager Sachin Padwal-Desai (Since about 1 year) Santosh Kamath (Since over 1 year) Umesh Sharma (Since about 1 year)
ISIN INF090I01FW8
Fund Family Franklin Templeton
Launch Date January 01, 2013
Benchmark NIFTY Corporate Bond TR INR
Avg. Maturity 3.93 years
Yield To Maturity (%) 8.58%
ASSET ALLOCATION
CREDIT QUALITY (%)
AAA 70.07%
AA 26.38%
A 0.58%
BBB 2.96%
BB 0.00%
B 0.00%
Below B 0.00%
Unrated 0.00%
RISK MEASURES (3 yrs)
vs NIFTY Corporate Bond TR INR

Alpha -
Beta -
R-Squared -
Info Ratio -
Tracking Err -
Sortino 7.702
Sharpe 2.525
Std Dev 2.070
Risk Average
INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE

The investment objective of the Scheme is primarily to provide investors Regular income and Capital appreciation

You will not receive any dividends. Your investments will get the largest benefit of compounding.

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Top Corporate Bond Funds
NAME LATEST
NAV
RETURNS
1y      
FUND
ASSETS
EXPENSE
RATIO
RISK
28.599 13.43% 807 cr 0.28% Average
22.326 11.54% 11,938 cr 0.30% Average
2692.445 10.79% 3,432 cr 0.32% Low
20.936 10.79% 10,587 cr 0.25% Below Average
76.695 10.75% 16,893 cr 0.25% Below Average
Best Corporate Bond Funds
NAME LATEST
NAV
RETURNS
1y    
FUND
ASSETS
Expense
RATIO
RISK
52.685 14.55% 1,754 cr 0.3% Above Average
28.599 13.43% 807 cr 0.28% Average
11.438 13.26% 466 cr 0.26% -
11.533 12.93% 769 cr 0.24% -
2349.082 12.86% 632 cr 0.2% High
73.552 11.79% 1,115 cr 0.32% Average
22.326 11.54% 11,938 cr 0.3% Average


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