Canara Robeco Mutual Fund Piggy

Canara Robeco Mutual Fund

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13,656 Cr
Canara Robeco is a Asset management company is a joint venture between Canara Bank and Robeco, a Dutch asset management company. Canara Robeco is the second oldest mutual fund in the country and was started in December 1987 as Canara Mutual Fund.
Canara Robeco Mutual Fund presents a wide variety of funds in various different categories such as equity, debt and hybrid and income. Being a trusted brand, it strongly believes in providing world class investment services to all its customers. As of June 2018, the Asset Under Management of the company is Rs.1,337,458.48.
The equity shareholding structure comprises of Canara Bank owning 51% shares and Robeco Group owning 49% shares. Being one of the oldest mutual fund companies, it has made its mark in the mutual fund industry through its constant and stable performance across different market capitalization.
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Amc Launch Date
19 Dec 1987
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amc phone
022 - 66585000
amc address
Construction House, 4th Floor,5,Walchand Hirachand Marg,,Ballard Eastate, Mumbai - 400 001
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Best Equity Canara Robeco Mutual Funds
Canara Robeco Mutual Fund targets to attain long-term capital appreciation by investing in the right equity securities, which can fetch good returns for its investors. In fact, most of its equity funds have been doing well in the market and has been giving consistent returns. Check out the list below to know which would suit your risk appetite.
Best Hybrid Canara Robeco Mutual Funds
Hybrid Schemes or balanced schemes bridge the gap between equity and debt schemes. This category is characterized by a portfolio that is made up of a mix of equity stocks and bonds and will suit investors looking for debt plus returns with higher levels of risk than fixed income schemes.