|Mutual Fund||UTI Mutual Fund|
|Scheme Name||UTI Nifty200 Momentum 30 Index Fund|
|Objective of Scheme||The investment objective of the scheme is to provide returns that, before expenses, closely correspond to the total returns of the securities as represented by the underlying index, subject to tracking error However there is no guarantee or assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be achieved.|
|Scheme Type||Open Ended|
|Scheme Category||Other Scheme – Index Funds|
|New Fund Launch Date||18-Feb-2021|
|New Fund Earliest Closure Date|
|New Fund Offer Closure Date||04-Mar-2021|
|Indicate Load Seperately||Entry Load – Nil, Exit Load – Nil|
|Minimum Subscription Amount||Rs 5,000/- and in multiples of Rs 1/- thereafter|
(Source : Association of Mutual Funds in India)
Asset Allocation Pattern of the scheme
Standard Risk Factors:
- Investment in Mutual Fund Units involves investment risks such as trading volumes, settlement risk, liquidity risk, default risk including the possible loss of principal.
- As the price / value / interest rates of the securities in which the scheme invests fluctuates, the value of your investment in the scheme may go up or down
- Past performance of the Sponsors/AMC/Mutual Fund does not guarantee future performance of the scheme.
- The name of the scheme does not in any manner indicate either the quality of the scheme or its future prospects and returns. There may be instances where no dividend distribution could be made.
- The sponsors are not responsible or liable for any loss resulting from the operation of the scheme beyond the initial contribution of Rs.10,000/- made by them towards setting up the Fund.
- The present scheme is not guaranteed or assured return scheme.
- Statements/Observations made in the Scheme Information Document are subject to the laws of the land as they exist at any relevant point of time.
- Growth, appreciation, dividend and income, if any, referred to in this Scheme Information Document are subject to the tax laws and other fiscal enactments as they exist from time to time.
- The NAV of the Scheme may be affected by changes in the general market conditions, factors and forces affecting capital market, in particular, level of interest rates, various market related factors and trading volumes, settlement periods and transfer procedures.
- Credit Risk: Bonds / debentures as well as other money market instruments issued by corporates run the risk of down grading by the rating agencies and even default as the worst case. Securities issued by Central/State governments have lesser to zero probability of credit / default risk in view of the sovereign status of the issuer.
- Interest – Rate Risk: Bonds / Government securities which are fixed income securities, run price-risk like any other fixed income security. Generally, when interest rates rise, prices of fixed income securities fall and when interest rates drop, the prices increase. The level of interest rates is determined by the rates at which government raises new money through RBI, the price levels at which the market is already dealing in existing securities, rate of inflation etc. The extent of fall or rise in the prices is a function of the prevailing coupon rate, number of days to maturity of a security and the increase or decrease in the level of interest rates. The prices of Bonds / Government securities are also influenced by the liquidity in the financial system and / or the open market operations (OMO) by RBI. Pressure on exchange rate of the rupee may also affect security prices. Such rise and fall in price of bonds / government securities in the portfolio of the scheme may influence the NAVs under the scheme as and when such changes occur.
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