Launched on 2023-08-10T00:00:00, the HSBC Consumption Fund - Direct Growth has 955.14 Cr in AUM (Assets Under Management) as on 04-12-23 08:31:222 IST. This fund is a/an equity thematic-consumption with a CRISIL rating of  stars. As on , this mutual fund has an NAV (Net Asset Value) of 10.99. Furthermore, the portfolio turnover ratio is as on 04-12-23 08:31:222 IST. The fund holds NIFTY India Consumption TRI  as its benchmark index. The minimum amount that one can invest in the fund is 500.0. The fund has an  Exit Load for units in excess of 10% of the investment,1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year..The risk rating of this fund is VHG.

HSBC Consumption Fund - Direct Growth

equity

thematic-consumption

by Value Research

AUM : ₹ 955.14 Cr

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Returns

Tenure Fund Return Category Average Rank Within Category
1 Year NA 21.83% NA
3 Years NA 23.89% NA
5 Years NA 18.20% NA
10 Years NA 17.85% NA

Top Scheme Holding

Sectors
Companies
Others
15.28 %
Consumer Staples
15.22 %
Services
12.58 %
Consumer Discretionary
6.49 %
Automobile
6.43 %
Healthcare
5.26 %
Construction
4.4 %
Others
34.34 %
Hindustan Unilever
4.96 %
Bharti Airtel
3.84 %
Titan Company
3.4 %
Maruti Suzuki India
3.4 %
Global Health
3.16 %
Godrej Consumer Products
3.05 %

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Fund Managment

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Gautam Bhupal
Gautam Bhupal Managing Since: 2023
Sonal Gupta
Sonal Gupta Managing Since: 2023
Anish Goenka
Anish Goenka Managing Since: 2023

About this Fund

Scheme Details
Launch Date : 10 August, 2023
Fund Type : equity
Category : thematic-consumption
AUM : ₹ 955.14 Cr
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Additional Details

Fund Category: equity

What is Fund type?

A fund type refers to the asset allocation pattern or the investment strategy of a mutual fund. Based on the asset allocation pattern/ investment strategy Mutual funds are classified into

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  • Debt funds
  • Hybrid funds
  • Solution oriented funds such as retirement fund and children’s fund, and
  • Other schemes such as Index funds/ETFs and Fund of funds.

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Sub Category: thematic-consumption

What is Fund Sub type?

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Benchmark Index: NIFTY India Consumption TRI

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The HSBC Consumption Fund - Direct Growth is a thematic-consumption.

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Minimum investment Amount

Min. SIP Amount

₹500

Min. Lumpsum Amount

₹5000

Min. Additional Amount

₹1000

Expense Ratio/Exit Load/Taxation

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Exit Load

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Exit Load for units in excess of 10% of the investment,1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year.

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Taxation

STCG Taxation:    15% + surcharge at 10% or 15% with 4% health and education cess  Individual: 17.94%; HUF: 17.16%  LTCG Taxation:  10% without indexation or benefit for foreign currency conversion  Surcharge: 10% or 14% with 4% health and education cess  Individual: 11.96% ; HUF: 11.44%

Equity STCG: 15%Up to 12 months

Equity LTCG: 10%More than 12 months

Investment Objective

HSBC Consumption Fund - Direct Growth

The scheme seeks to generate long-term capital growth from an actively managed portfolio of equity and equity related securities of companies engaged in or expected to benefi t from consumption and consumption related activities.

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