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|Fund Type||Other Bond|
|Exit Load||3% for 365 Days|
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About Franklin India Dynamic Accrual Fund
Franklin India Dynamic Accrual Fund as the name suggests invests in fixed income securities with high accrual and potential for capital gains. The scheme being dynamic in nature will invest across durations. The fund will make investments in debt instruments including Corporate Debt, PSU Bonds, Gilts and Securitised debts and Money Market Instruments including Money at Call, MIBOR linked Instruments and Fixed Deposits.
Pros & Cons of Franklin India Dynamic Accrual Fund
Franklin India Dynamic Accrual Fund offers the following benefits:
- The fund enables investors to generate steady income and capital appreciation by investing across durations and instruments.
- The fund returns are higher than the average category return.
Fund Information and Statistics of Franklin India Dynamic Accrual Fund
Inception / Launch date
The Franklin India Ultra-Short Bond Fund was launched on March 05, 1997, by Franklin Templeton India.
Investment in Franklin India Ultra-Short Bond Fund are at moderate risk.
The scheme will offer units for purchase and redemption at NAV prices on every Business Day. Under normal circumstances, your fund house will dispatch the redemption proceeds within 10 business days.
The fund is jointly managed by Mr Sachin Padwal Desai since July 2006, Mr Umesh Sharma since July 2010, and Mr Santosh Kamath since February 2015.
Entry / Exit load
The fund house does not charge any entry load or exit load if 10% of the units are sold each year from the date of allotment. However, 3% exit load is charged if the remaining units are redeemed before 12 months, 2% exit load if sold between 12 months to 24 months, 1% if redeemed between 24 months to 36 months, and 0.5% exit load is applicable if sold between 36 months to 48 months. No exit load is charged after 48 months.
Tax benefits of investing in Franklin India Dynamic Accrual Fund
- A Short-term capital gain tax will be levied on unitholders as per the income tax slab rate if units are held for less than 36 months.
- A long-term capital gains tax of 20% is applicable with indexation if units are held for more than 36 months.
- Dividend distribution tax will be deducted before distribution of the dividend.
About Franklin Templeton India
Franklin Templeton India was set-up in 1996 as Templeton Asset Management India Pvt. Ltd. It is a part of Franklin Templeton Investments which was founded in 1947 and is currently operational in 170+ countries. The group is driven by 42 research offices and 600 investment professionals present in 25 countries.
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