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Saurabh joined DSP Investment Managers as Vice President-Fixed Income in July 2017. He has more than 15 years of experience in the domestic fixed income markets. Beginning his career with sales and intermediation, he has traversed roles across fixed income verticals which include managing fixed income portfolio for a corporate treasury, government owned retirement fund and being an integral part of a private bank treasury.
In recent years, Saurabh was part of HSBC Asset Management India Pvt. Ltd, responsible to manage funds for Employees Provident Fund Organisation, Government of India along with advising Life Insurance, Non-Life Insurance and FPI's for their fixed income portfolios. His last role involved trading in fixed income instruments at Proprietary Trading Group of ICICI Bank. Saurabh holds a Bachelor's Degree in commerce from Mumbai University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management from Wigan and Leigh College.
All Funds managed by Saurabh Bhatia
Period for which scheme's performance has been provided is computed basis last day of the month-end preceding the date of advertisement
Different plans shall have a different expense structure. The performance details provided herein are of regular plan.
Past performance may or may not be sustained in future and should not be used as a basis for comparison with other investments
The primary investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate
an attractive return, consistent with prudent risk, from a portfolio which is
substantially constituted of high quality debt securities, predominantly of issuers domiciled in India. This shall be the fundamental attribute of the scheme.
As a secondary objective, the Scheme will seek capital appreciation.The Scheme will also invest a certain portion of its corpus in money market securities, in order to meet liquidity requirements from time to time.
There is no assurance that the investment objective of the Scheme will be realized.
For lumpsum investments, if the investment period is less than 1 year then same return values are displayed for absolute & XIRR. For periods above 1 year, they are annualized. 1 Year is assumed as 365 days.
Returns for investments in dividend plans of schemes are calculated after assuming that the net dividend payouts post statutory taxes & levies, are re-invested back in the scheme.
Dividends declared from benchmark's constituents isn't taken into account when comparing with investment in scheme's dividend plans.
Performance is always compared against the latest benchmark of the scheme irrespective of the date of change of scheme's benchmark, if any.
Except when SIP tenure is since inception, for all tenures, the start day for SIP investments is considered as 1st of every month. There is no end date to SIPs for the purpose of graphs.
For the purpose of NAV date applicability, if the investment date happens to be a non-business day, next business day's NAV is applied. Investment on inception date can happen on a non-business day.
Gold prices are available post 29 JAN, 2005 & are based on daily closing values on MCX.
Investment in gold has a strong global market demand and gold is highly liquid asset.
PPF interest rate is assumed at 8.7% p.a. & interest received is compounded daily for the returns illustration in the charts.
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Investments in mutual funds should not be construed as a promise, guarantee on or a forecast of any minimum returns.
Unlike traditional saving instruments there is no capital protection guarantee or assurance of any return in mutual fund investment.
Traditional savings instruments are comparatively low risk products and are generally backed by the Government.
Investment in mutual funds carries high risk as compared to the traditional saving instruments and any investment decision needs to be taken only after consulting the Tax Consultant or Mutual Fund Distributor.