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HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth

Low to Moderate Risk Corporate Bond Fixed Income

NAV (Fri Jul 12 2024)


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Scheme Information

Fund name

HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth

Minimum SIP


Risk Level

Low to Moderate Risk


₹5965.27 Cr



Inception Date

Jan 01 1970

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IISL NIFTY Corporate Bond Index TR INR

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Low to Moderate Risk

Investment Objective

To generate regular return by investing predominantly in AA+ and above rated debt and money market instruments. There is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

Fund Managers

Shriram Ramanathan

Jalpan Shah

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What is the current NAV of HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth?

The NAV of HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth is ₹67 as of Fri Jul 12 2024.

Net asset value, or NAV for short, is a mutual fund's cost per unit. Consider it the share price of a stock, but one that represents the total worth of all the investments made by the fund. This value affects how much you pay to invest or receive when redeeming units, and it changes every day based on changes in the market. Gaining insight into NAV enables you to evaluate a fund's performance and make wise investment choices.


Who is the fund manager of HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth?

Shriram Ramanathan is the current fund manager of HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth as on Sun Jul 14 2024. A fund manager's performance history, investment style and strategy, approach to risk management, tenure and experience, fees and charges, and alignment with investor goals all have an impact on the fund performance.


What is the expense ratio of HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth?

The Expense Ratio of HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth is 64.00% as of Sun Jul 14 2024 which means if you earn ₹50,000 worth returns on an investment in this fund then 64.00% of those returns will be retained by the AMC.

The annual fees you pay the mutual fund firm to manage your investments in that fund are known as the Expense Ratio. The Expense Ratio is deducted from the returns that the fund generates and expressed as a percentage of Assets Under Management (AUM).

Because a smaller portion of the gains will be retained, a fund with a lower expense ratio is always preferable because it will result in larger returns for you.


What is the minimum SIP amount of HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth?

The minimum Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) amount required for HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth is ₹500. A Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is an investment approach in mutual funds where an investor selects a mutual fund scheme and invests a fixed amount at regular intervals. The SIP investment strategy involves investing a small amount consistently over time, as opposed to investing a large sum in a single instance. This method aims to potentially yield higher returns over the long term by leveraging the benefits of rupee cost averaging and compounding.


What is the minimum lump sum amount required to invest in HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth?

To initiate a lump sum investment in HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth, a minimum initial amount of ₹5,000 is necessary. This means that to participate in this investment option, investors must commit a starting sum of at least INR 5000. A lumpsum investment is a common approach to investing money in financial instruments such as mutual funds. This method involves investing a substantial sum of money in a financial instrument in a single transaction, as opposed to making multiple smaller payments over time.


What is risk category of the HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth?

In accordance with SEBI regulations, mutual funds are required to disclose the risk associated with investing, categorized into five levels: (a) Low: Low risk to principal, (b) Moderately Low: Moderately low risk to principal, (c) Moderate: Moderate risk to principal, (d) Moderately High: Moderately high risk to principal, (e) High: High risk to principal. The risk category of HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth is classified as Low to Moderate Risk.


What is the category of HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth?

The category of the HSBC Corporate Bond Fund Growth is Fixed Income.

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