BNP Paribas Mutual Fund is part of a global network seeking to combine in-depth local market knowledge with the expertise gained from managing investments throughout numerous market cycles and conditions across the world.
BNP Paribas Investment Partners
BNP Paribas Investment Partners is the dedicated asset management business line of BNP Paribas and backed up by the financial strength of a bank which has been ranked among the six most solid1 in the world. The integration of Fortis Investments with the existing BNP Paribas Investment Partners Group has led to the creation of a top-tier global asset manager with a wider global reach, greater resources and an expanded range of investment solutions.
BNP Paribas Investment Partners manages and advises assets of over EUR 533 bn across 45 countries with significant presence in Europe, Asia and the Americas. It is Europe’s 3rd largest asset manager and 9th largest in the world2 offering one of the widest range of investment solutions in the industry.
Around 1,200 investment professionals work across the network of some 60 investment centres, each of which is a specialist in a particular asset class or type of product.
Sponsor: BNP Paribas Investment Partners Asia Limited
Trustee: BNP Paribas Trustee India Private Limited
Investment Manager: BNP Paribas Asset Management India Private Limited Statutory Details: BNP Paribas Mutual Fund (Formerly Fortis Mutual Fund), trusts set up under the provisions of the Indian Trusts Act, 1882 and registered with SEBI under the SEBI (Mutual Funds) Regulations vide Registration No. MF/049/04/01 dated October 20, 2010.
|Scheme Name||NAV(Rs.)||1m %||3m %||6m %||1y %||3y %|
|BNP Paribas Dividend Yield Fund - Direct (G)||36.23||3.58||-1.68||-0.64||16.33||0|
|BNP Paribas Dividend Yield Fund (G)||35||3.43||-2.11||-1.48||14.53||21.78|
|BNP Paribas Long Term Equity Fund - Direct (G)||29.73||2.54||-3.13||-3.66||14.55||0|
|BNP Paribas Equity Fund - Direct (G)||68.02||2.53||-3.56||-4.99||12.02||0|
|BNP Paribas Long Term Equity Fund (G)||29.46||2.47||-3.27||-3.96||13.95||23.32|
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capital market/11:25, Oct 05, 2015
NFO period is from 05 October to 14 October 2015
The old adage Sell in May seems to have been ignored largely in second half of the month as the market left behind the carnage of March & April. . A move above the downward sloping trendline (above 8,550) would prove to be icing on the cake and market looks poised to see further build up after the gains of May.
Strength of every market is judged on corrections. After Mondays turnaround it is important to observe that if the recovery turns out to be sluggish and market starts to give up gains, will it find support around 8,200 or not? As of now, it will act as a new support line for the bulls.
Barriers in life come and go but 8,350 is acting as a tough one since the third week of April. This consolidation at the bottom has taken shape of a bullish H&S pattern. A move above the same could result in reversal of the trend.
However, it is imperative to understand that demographics eventually shape the dynamics of an economy.
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