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quant Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund NFO: Key things you need to know

23 Mar 2023 , 12:11 PM

quant Mutual Fund is launching NFO under its “hybrid category”, named as quant Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund. This open-ended fund will invest predominantly in equity and equity related instruments as well as debt and money market instruments while managing risk through active asset allocation. 

Investment strategy: The Scheme will dynamically allocate its net assets to equity and equity related securities and debt instruments. The portfolio construct of the Scheme will be dependent on various factors such as the prevailing market conditions, economic scenarios, global events as deciphered using VLRT Investment Framework and Predictive Analytics. 

Asset allocation: quant Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund seeks to provide diversification across equity and equity related instruments, debt and money market instruments and foreign securities including ADRs / GDRs / Foreign equity and debt securities.

Who should invest?

Investors with high risk appetite and want to invest for 5 to 7 years in a mutual fund should invest in quant Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund. Those who want to diversify their investments across companies of different market caps should invest in the fund.

Risk associated: Very high level of risk.

Benchmark: CRISIL Hybrid 50+50 Moderate Index.

Fund Managers: Mr. Sandeep Tandon, Mr. Ankit Pande, Mr. Sanjeev Sharma and Mr. Vasav Sehgal.

The NFO is available for subscription from March 23 to April 6. The schemes will reopen for continuous sale and repurchase within five Business Days from the date of allotment. The fund offers systematic investment solutions like SIP and SWP to create a flexible investment plan. The minimum subscription amount is Rs 5000/- and in multiples of any amount thereafter. 

It offers Regular Plan and Direct Plan. Each plan offers Growth and Income options. Click here to invest in quant Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund.

quant Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund

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