The Scheme will invest predominantly in debt and money market instruments such that the Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 1 year to 3 years. The AMC’s view of interest rate trends will be reflected in the type and the maturity dates of instruments in which funds are invested. In pursuing such a policy, it should be recognized that the best overall returns are achieved by anticipating or reacting to interest rate changes rather than aiming for the highest possible interest rates at all times. The best resultant overall return is therefore achieved through both capital appreciation and income, which may result in somewhat lower yields than might otherwise normally appear obtainable from the relevant securities. The Scheme aims to provide investors with actively managed portfolios of interest bearing transferable debt and money market instruments.
Regular income over medium term.
• Investment in diversified portfolio of fixed income securities