IDFC Mutual Funds Piggy

IDFC Mutual Funds

69,483 Cr
IDFC Mutual Fund works under the name IDFC Asset Management Company. The main objective of this mutual fund company is to grow the AUM of the company by offering adequate products for retail, as well as industrial customers. IDFC effectively started off its business in 2000 and has since then been catering to investor needs by periodically improving its fund stature, holdings and policies.
IDFC is a relatively new fund house, but nevertheless, it has shown good performance among its peers.
IDFC mutual fund offers a bunch of mutual fund schemes that have performed relatively well in the market and therefore, this fund house has carved a niche for itself. It provides funds ranging from equity to debt to hybrid.
This AMC focuses on infrastructure as its key area and its main businesses in Project Finance, Principal Investments, Financial Markets and Investment Banking, Broking, Advisory Services and Asset Management.
amc launch date
Launch Date
13 Mar 2000
amc sponsor
amc email
amc phone
022 - 66289999
amc address
OneIndiaBulls Centre, 841 Jupiter Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Elphinstone Road West, Mumbai 400013
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Best Equity IDFC Mutual Funds
Idfc 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 IDFC 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.