Sundaram Rural and Consumption Fund

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An open ended equity scheme investing in rural and/or consumption sector.

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Fund Managers

 S KrishnaKumar

Fund Manager

S.KrishnaKumar

Sundaram Rural India

Fund Features:
  • Rural prosperity
  • Dedicated vehicle to play the Rural Theme that is expected to drive India’s growth over the next decade
  • Cap Curve: Multi-cap portfolio
Suitability:

This fund is suitable for investors who are seeking consistent long-term returns by investing predominantly in equity & equity related instruments of companies that are focusing on Rural India.

Performance Analysis:

* 0 - indicates No Value
Data as on Oct, 2018
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Dividends declared in the last 2 years under Regular plan of the scheme
Record Date Percentage per unit NAV
09/08/2017 5.0 0.50 22.8102
04/05/2017 5.0 0.50 22.5445
05/08/2016 5.0 0.50 21.9337
24/11/2016 20.0 2.00 20.6433
15/02/2017 5.0 0.50 20.7479
Total dividends paid since inception - 90% - 9
 
Moderately High Risk

This product is suitable for investors who are seeking*

  • Long term capital growth.
  • Investment predominantly in equity and equity related instruments of companies focussing on rural and/or consumption themes

*Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them.

Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Fund Facts

Inception May 12, 2006
Scheme Type Rural Sector Fund
Benchmark Nifty 500
Fund Manager S.Krishna Kumar and S.Bharath
Investment Objective To generate consistent long-term returns by investing predominantly in equity/equity-related instruments of companies that are focusing on Rural India.
Average AUM for the month of Crores
Plans Regular, Direct
Options
Growth
Dividend – Payout, Reinvest, Sweep
Min. Initial Investment 5,000
SIP/STP
Quarterly - 750
Monthly - 250
Weekly - 1,000
Min. Additional Purchase 500
Entry Load Not applicable
Exit Load (both plans) 1% if Redeemed within 12 months from the date of allotment