CPSE ETF - Regular - Latest NAV [ ₹28.2585 ], Returns, Performance, Portfolio & Returns 2021


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PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years--
5 Years3.08%
3 Years1.41%
1 Year76.68%
6 Months24.57%
Fund Details
RiskVery High Risk
Fund TypeLarge-Cap
Exit Load--

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Top HoldingsWeightage
Power Grid Corp Of India Ltd20.64%
Oil & Natural Gas Corp Ltd19.53%
NTPC Ltd19.49%
Coal India Ltd13.57%
Bharat Electronics Ltd9.9%
NMDC Ltd7.82%
NHPC Ltd3.01%
Oil India Ltd2.89%
NBCC India Ltd1.35%
SJVN Ltd0.6%


The CPSE ETF is an open-ended index exchange traded scheme with no lock-in period. Central Public Sector Enterprises (“CPSE”) ETF, which replicates the Nifty CPSE Index, is a concentrated portfolio of 10 stocks, whose main aim is to help the Government of India in disinvesting its stake in a few CPSEs via the ETF line. The Scheme invests into the stocks, which are constituents of Nifty CPSE Index, in the same proportion as the Index. The Scheme is being managed by Reliance Nippon Life AMC. Minimum investment in the Scheme is Rs 5,000. The expenses of ETFs are quite less than normal mutual funds.

Pros & Cons of CPSE ETF

  1. The Scheme’s new offer generally comes with a discount, 5% up-front discount was provided during the last tranche’s offer. Additionally, investment in this scheme will get the benefit of Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS).
  2. The Scheme is not ranked in index funds/ETFs category by Crisil.

Fund Information and Statistics of Motilal Oswal Multicap 35 Fund

i) Inception / Launch date

The Scheme which is a passive fund and was created to help the government to manage its divestment in CPSEs was first launched on 28 March 2014.

ii) Risk level

The Scheme focuses on very concentrated portfolio which makes it inherently very high risk proposition as price impact in one stock can impact the NAV very heavily. Around 60% of the portfolio exposure comes from oil, petroleum and power sectors which makes the returns vulnerable to change in fortunes of stocks from these three sectors.

iii) Redemption

The Scheme is freely tradable in stock exchanges. The units can be sold in stock exchanges like equity stocks.

iv) Fund Manager

The Scheme is managed by Mr Vishal Jain. Prior to joining Reliance Mutual Fund, he has worked Food Ideas Private Ltd. as Founder & CEO, Goldman Sach Asset Management as CIO and Benchmark Asset Management Company Ltd as CIO.

v) Entry / Exit load

There are no entry or exit load charged by the Scheme.

About Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management

Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Ltd is the asset manager of Reliance Mutual Fund. Reliance Capital Limited and Nippon Life Insurance Company are the promoters of fund house and currently hold 85.75% of its total share capital. Mr. Sundeep Sikka is MD & CEO of the AMC.

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Very High Risk

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  • High Risk = High possible returns
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