Sensex 26775.69 -431.05 -1.58%
Nifty 8017.55 -128.75 -1.58%
IIFL Mutual Fund
India Infoline Asset Management Company Ltd. ("AMC") was incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 on March 22, 2010, having its Registered Office at IIFL Centre, 3rd Floor Annex, Kamala City, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai 400 013. AMC has been appointed as the Investment Manager to IIFL Mutual Fund by the Trustee vide Investment Management Agreement (IMA) April 29, 2010, executed between India Infoline Trustee Company Ltd. and India Infoline Asset Management Company Ltd.
Sponsor: India Infoline Limited (IIFL)
Trustee: India Infoline Trustee Company Limited
Investment Manager: India Infoline Asset Management Company Limited
Statutory Details: IIFL Mutual Fund has been set up as a Trust under the Indian Trust Act, 1882.
|IIFL Dividend Opportunities Index Fund - Dir (D)|
|IIFL Dividend Opportunities Index Fund - Dir (G)|
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|IIFL Dividend Opportunities Index Fund (G)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund - Direct (D)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund - Direct (Div-H)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund - Direct (Div-M)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund - Direct (Div-Q)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund - Direct (G)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund (Bonus)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund (D)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund (Div-H)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund (Div-M)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund (Div-Q)|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund (G)|
|IIFL FMP - Series 6 - Direct (D)|
|IIFL FMP - Series 6 - Direct (G)|
|IIFL FMP - Series 6 (D)|
|IIFL FMP - Series 6 (G)|
|IIFL FMP - Series 8 - Direct (D)|
|Scheme Name||NAV(Rs.)||1m %||3m %||6m %||1y %||3y %|
|IIFL Nifty ETF||843.55||2.8||8.11||25.62||34.28||0|
|IIFL Dividend Opportunities Index Fund - Dir (G)||14.52||2.16||3.12||29.64||33.9||0|
|IIFL Dividend Opportunities Index Fund (G)||14.34||2.09||2.91||29.05||32.76||0|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund - Direct (G)||10.54||1.36||1.88||6.83||8.25||0|
|IIFL Dynamic Bond Fund (G)||10.48||1.31||1.75||6.56||7.71||0|
IIFL Centre,3rd Floor Annex,Kamala
City, Senapati Bapat Marg,
Lower Parel, Mumbai - 400 013.
|Phone : 022 - 42499000||Phone :|
|Email : email@example.com||Email :|
|Website : WWW.iiflmf.com||Website :|
capital market/17:37, Aug 14, 2014
Net inflow of Rs 63.10 crore on 13 August 2014
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