Nippon India ETF Long Term Gilt - Regular - Latest NAV [ ₹22.6725 ], Returns, Performance, Portfolio & Returns 2021

Nippon India ETF Long Term Gilt

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Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years--
5 Years6.76%
3 Years9.69%
1 Year2.32%
6 Months1.55%
Fund Details
RiskModerate Risk
Fund Type10 yr Government Bond
Exit Load--

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Top HoldingsWeightage
6.10% Govt Stock 203133.63%
5.85% Govt Stock 203017.68%
5.77% GOI 203017.62%
6.45% Govt Stock 202914.78%
5.79% Govt Stock 203014.08%
Net Current Assets1.84%
Triparty Repo0.34%
Cash Margin - Ccil0.02%

About Reliance ETF Long Term Gilt

Being an open-ended fund, the scheme though subject to tracking error seeks to provide investment returns closely as represented by the Nifty 8-13 yr G-Sec Index before expenses, closely corresponding to the total returns of the securities.

Pros and Cons of Reliance ETF Long Term Gilt

This product is suitable for those who are seeking: 1. Long term capital appreciation or growth. 2. With maturities between 8-13 yrs aims to capture the performance of the liquid funds. 3. Cash equitization, risk management and to achieve portfolio diversification at a relatively low cost.

Fund Information and Statistics of Reliance ETF Long Term Gilt

Inception/ Launch Date

The Reliance ETF Long Term Gilt was launched on 5 July 2016 by reliance Mutual Fund.

Risk Level

As the ETF product suffers a liquidity pang, it is not sure to offer enough liquidity. Investors sometime are unable to buy or sell their units at desired price and desired time as the trading volumes at times are low. Due to this from the actual NAV of the fund, the trading price deviates significantly. Since the time of entry and exit it becomes critical for the investors as it may harm the interest rate movements. The scheme carries a moderate level of risk.


The redemption can be done on all business days. The redemption proceeds within 10 business days from the date of acceptance of the redemption request.

Fund Manager

Mr. Prashant R Pimple is the fund manager of Reliance ETF Long Term Gilt since June 2016.

Entry/ Exit Load

The entry load is NIL for this scheme and the exit load is not applicable too.

Tax benefits of investing in Reliance ETF Long Term Gilt

The short term capital gains are taxed according to the investor’s income slab. The long-term capital gains are taxed at the rate of 20% after indexation.

About Reliance Mutual Fund

This is a fastest growing mutual fund company in India. It comes under Anil Dhirubhai Ambani group. Reliance Mutual Fund helps it investors to meet its various investing needs with an all-round product portfolio. It has launched various schemes to the investors with an aim to provide the investors with the opportunities to invest in diversified securities.

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Moderate Risk

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  • High Risk = High possible returns
  • Low Risk = Stable, relatively lower returns