UTI Gilt Fund

Debt - Gilt Fund

UTI Gilt Fund is an open ended Gilt Fund which predominantly invests in Government Securities issued by the central and/or state government. The scheme aims to generate resonable returns with possibility of capital appreciation over a long term horizon. From a credit perspective, investments are made in highest rated instruments (Government Securities) thus minimalizing the credit risk of the portfolio. Investors having an invetsment horizon of more than 3 years may look at this fund

Snapshot

Fund Type
Inception
Risk Metric
Returns
1 Year
3 Year
5 Year
NAV

Fund Facts

Month End AuM
Monthly Avg. AuM
No. of Folio Accounts
Minimum Investment Amount
Total Expense Ratio
Benchmark Index
Special Facitilities
Exit Load

Fund Performance

of Rs
Must be a multiple of 100 and greater than 0.
for
  • vs
This Scheme BSE 100 Fixed Deposit Gold PPF
3 months 109.25 105.89 117.65 178.67 134.78
9 months 109.25 105.89 117.65 178.67 134.78
1 year 109.25 105.89 117.65 178.67 134.78
3 years 139.25 145.89 137.65 188.67 112.78
5 years 164.25 105.89 117.65 178.67 134.78
Since Inception 109.25 105.89 117.65 178.67 134.78
  • VS
Period Fund Performance Vs Benchmark (CAGR) Growth for Rs 10,000 /-
NAV (%) NAV (Rs)

"Different plans have a different expense structure. The performance details provided herein are of Regular plan." * CAGR - Compounded annualized Growth Rate

Portfolio

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Fund Managers

Frequently asked questions

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