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What are Flexicap Funds?

 

The market regulator, SEBI had vide it circular dated November 6, 2020, introduced a new category of equity mutual fund scheme called ‘Flexicap Fund’. These are open-ended dynamic equity schemes investing across large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap stocks. The minimum investment in equity and equity-related instruments will be 65% of the total assets.

 

How do these funds work?

 

The fund managers of Flexicap category are allowed to invest in companies of all sizes without any restrictions. Fund managers can invest in high-growth, small-sized companies to benefit from high growth. They look for companies with strong balance sheets, relatively attractive return ratios and strong cash flows Despite changes in the classification of stocks, fund managers’ investment decisions remain intact. A fund manager can stick to his conviction bets and focus on fundamentals for long term benefit. Flexicap scheme helps fund managers gauge the relative attractiveness of markets’ sub-segments and allocate investments accordingly.

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Key Benefits

• Fund managers to invest freely across the market capitalisation

 

• Well-diversified equity strategy with a flexible ‘go-anywhere’ approach

 

• Ability to harness opportunities across the market spectrum - Market cap, sector, or style agnostic

 

• Aims to capitalize on investment opportunities across the market spectrum

 

• Balances the risk and return aspects pretty well due to diversified portfolio

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Concept Clarifier - Flexicap Funds

Concept Clarifier - Flexicap Funds
The market regulator, SEBI had vide it circular dated November 6, 2020, introduced a new category of equity mutual fund scheme called ‘Flexicap Fund’. These are open-ended dynamic equity schemes investing across large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap stocks.

Decoding Flexicap Funds

Decoding Flexicap Funds
Flexicap Fund is a category of mutual funds that are open-ended dynamic equity schemes investing across market caps with a minimum investment of 65% in equity and equity-related instruments.

Flexicap vs Multicap Funds: Find out the difference

 Flexicap vs Multicap Funds: Find out the difference
On November 06, 2020 SEBI introduced a new equity fund category—Flexicap Funds. This category followed a more flexible investment mandate and is in addition to the existing Multicap Funds category.

An investor education & awareness initiative.

Investors should deal only with Registered Mutual Funds, to be verified on SEBI website under "Intermediaries/Market Infrastructure Institutions". Refer www.ltfs.com for details on completing one-time KYC (Know Your Customer) process, change of details like address, phone number etc. and change of bank details etc. For complaints redressal, either visit www.ltfs.com or SEBI's website www.scores.gov.in

Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.

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