Launched on 2013-01-01T00:00:00, the PGIM India Corporate Bond Fund - Direct Plan - Growth has 99.51 Cr in AUM (Assets Under Management) as on 24-05-24 08:30:652 IST. This fund is a/an debt corporate bond with a CRISIL rating of 4 stars. As on 2024-04-30, this mutual fund has an NAV (Net Asset Value) of 43.64. Furthermore, the portfolio turnover ratio is as on 24-05-24 08:30:652 IST. The fund holds CRISIL Corporate Debt A-II  as its benchmark index. The minimum amount that one can invest in the fund is 1000.0. The fund has an  .The risk rating of this fund is MOD.

PGIM India Corporate Bond Fund - Direct Plan - Growth


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AUM : ₹ 99.51 Cr

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Tenure Fund Return Category Average Rank Within Category
1 Year 6.80% 7.30% 13/20
3 Years 5.66% 5.08% 7/20
5 Years 7.17% 6.94% 7/20
10 Years 7.49% 7.86% 8/20

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Fund Managment


Fund Managment

Mutual funds are handled by professional fund managers, who strategise, analyse, and plan investment activities, to determine ideal securities to invest in as per an individual’s investment objectives.

Puneet Pal
Puneet Pal Managing Since: 2017
Bhupesh Kalyani
Bhupesh Kalyani Managing Since: 2022

About this Fund

Scheme Details
Launch Date : 01 January, 2013
Fund Type : debt
Category : corporate bond
AUM : ₹ 99.51 Cr


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Fund Category: debt

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Sub Category: corporate bond

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Benchmark Index: CRISIL Corporate Debt A-II

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5.47 0.34 0.45 0.93 0.24 0.36 NA

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The PGIM India Corporate Bond Fund - Direct Plan - Growth is a corporate bond.

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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%

Debt STCG: Income Tax Slab Rate of Investor%Up to 36 months

Debt LTCG: Investor’s income tax slab rate%More than 36 months

Investment Objective

PGIM India Corporate Bond Fund - Direct Plan - Growth

The scheme seek to generate income and capital appreciation by predominantly investing in AA+ and above rated corporate bonds.

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