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Bajaj Finserv launches ‘Bajaj Finserv Banking and PSU Fund’



Bajaj Finserv Asset Management has announced the launch of its fourth fixed income investment product ‘Bajaj Finserv Banking and PSU Fund’, an investment opportunity designed to offer investors an avenue for income generation. This fund intends to give investors the opportunity to invest in fixed income while ensuring that their investment portfolios have a high level of credit quality.

The new fund offer which opened for initial subscription on 25th October, will close on 6th November 2023. After that, it would be open for subscription on an ongoing basis or before November 15, 2023.

The fund is designed to ride the yield curve, with an emphasis on around the 5-year maturity profile, which optimizes performance potential and provides investors with optimal risk-reward proposition in the current market where the yield curve is largely flat.

This investment scheme offers investors an opportunity to benefit from the anticipated curve shift downwards and potential capital appreciation attributable to factors such as India’s inclusion in emerging market bond index. Also, the mean reversion of yields, combined with the outlook for a bond rally in the medium-to-long term, offers the prospect of reasonable mark-to-market gains. This may be a potentially rewarding proposition for investors with medium to long-term investment horizons.

Speaking on the launch of the product, Bajaj Finserv Asset Management CEO Ganesh Mohan said, “Our Banking and PSU Fund opens the door for investors to tap into the fixed income investment opportunities available in the banking and PSU space, while enjoying the benefits of professional fund management. It is suitable for investors who want relatively stable investment option for their capital. Investors who are interested in diversifying their portfolio across various Debt Investments apart from other traditional Banking products, may also find this fund an attractive proposition.”

“The fund would maintain high credit quality and the allocation would comprise of 80 per cent in high credit quality Bonds of Banks and PSU companies and 20 per cent in sovereign and other high credit quality bonds,” said Nimesh Chandan, CIO, Bajaj Finserv Asset Management.

The fund will be jointly managed by Siddharth Chaudhary, Senior Fund Manager- Fixed Income and Nimesh Chandan, CIO.

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