Latest NAV & returns of FRANKLIN TEMPLETON ASSET MANAGEMENT (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

Franklin India Floating Rate Direct Dividend Reinvestment

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previously known as Franklin India Cash Mgmt Dir DR until

NAV on July 13, 2020
Category Fixed income:
Floating Rate
Interest rate sensitivity
Credit quality
N/A
Total Assets 169 cr
Turnover Ratio 93.87%
Expense Ratio 0.10%
Exit Load -
Returns
  • 1M: 1.00%
  • 1Y: 5.47%
  • 3M: 2.12%
  • 3Y: 5.17%
  • 6M: 2.70%
  • 5Y: 5.01%
Min Investment 1,000
ADDITIONAL INFO
Fund Manager Umesh Sharma (Since about 7 years) Pallab Roy (Since about 7 years) Pyari Menon (Since 10 months)
ISIN INF090I01LL9
Fund Family Franklin Templeton
Launch Date January 01, 2013
Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund TR INR
Avg. Maturity 1.23 years
Yield To Maturity (%) -
ASSET ALLOCATION
CREDIT QUALITY (%)
AAA 73.90%
AA 18.61%
A 7.49%
BBB 0.00%
BB 0.00%
B 0.00%
Below B 0.00%
Unrated 0.00%
RISK MEASURES (3 yrs)
vs CRISIL Liquid Fund TR INR

Alpha 1.40
Beta 0.12
R-Squared 0.22
Info Ratio -2.53
Tracking Err 0.68
Sortino 8.417
Sharpe 2.821
Std Dev 0.620
Risk Low
INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE

To provide income and liquidity consistent with the prudent risk from a portfolio comprising of floating rate debt instruments, fixed rate debt instruments swapped for floating rate return, and also fixed rate instrument and money market instruments.

Dividends that would otherwise be paid out to investors are instead used to purchase more units in the fund. Not as tax efficient as Growth.

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Top Floating Rate Funds
NAME LATEST
NAV
RETURNS
1y      
FUND
ASSETS
EXPENSE
RATIO
RISK
34.693 12.34% 11,636 cr 0.21% Above Average
328.911 10.28% 6,291 cr 0.58% Above Average
262.091 9.79% 6,360 cr 0.19% Below Average
Best Floating Rate Funds
NAME LATEST
NAV
RETURNS
1y    
FUND
ASSETS
Expense
RATIO
RISK
34.693 12.34% 11,636 cr 0.21% Above Average
1118.860 10.50% 160 cr 0.23% -
328.911 10.28% 6,291 cr 0.58% Above Average
262.091 9.79% 6,360 cr 0.19% Below Average


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