Tata Corporate Bond Fund Regular Growth - Regular - Latest NAV [ ₹1414.4831 ], Returns, Performance, Portfolio & Returns 2021

Tata Corporate Bond Fund Regular Growth

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Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years1.61%
5 Years-4.68%
3 Years-12.41%
1 Year-39.05%
6 Months-11.72%
Fund Details
RiskModerate Risk
Fund TypeCorporate Bond
Exit Load--

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Top HoldingsWeightage
National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development9.05%
Indian Railway Finance Corporation Limited9.04%
Housing And Urban Development Corporation Ltd.9.03%
Reliance Industries Limited9.02%
National Housing Bank9.01%
SBI Cards & Payment Services Private Limited8.73%

About Tata Corporate Bond Fund

Being an open-ended debt fund, the scheme by investing predominantly in corporate debt instruments of differing maturities. It aims to generate returns over short to medium term.

Pros and Cons of Tata Corporate Bond Fund

This product is suitable for those who are seeking: 1. For medium term regular income. 2. The fund invests predominantly in corporate debt securities. 3. The security of the fund is based on various parameters such as financial track record of the issuer, issuer’s credit rating history, maturity of the security, corporate governance track record of the issuer etc.

Fund Information and Statistics of Tata Corporate Bond Fund

Inception/ Launch date

The Tata Corporate Bond Fund was launched on 13 July 2007 by Tata Mutual Fund.

Risk Level

This scheme is not a assured or guaranteed return scheme. It carries a moderate level of risk. Depending on the factors affecting the capital markets the NAV of the units under this scheme can go up and down. Investment on the units of this fund involves liquidity risk, settlement risk, trading volumes including the loss of principal.


Within 10 business days the redemption proceeds to the investors from the date of acceptance of the redemption request.

Fund Manager

Mr.Amit Somani is the fund manager of Tata Corporate Bond Fund since May 2014.

Entry/ Exit Load

The entry load is NIL for investing in this fund. The exit load is not applicable for this fund.

Tax benefits of investing in Tata Corporate Bond Fund

The Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT) is payable by the scheme. Units sold within 36 months are subject to short-term capital gain tax, a s per relevant income tax slab of the investor. Units held for more than 36 months are subject to long-term capital gain tax at 20% with indexation.

About TATA Mutual Fund

TATA being one of the most valued brands of India has won the trust of its mutual fund investors with its coherent performance. TATA Mutual Fund is an ideal opportunity for the investors who look forward for long- term appreciation. The fund focuses and provides transparency and rigorously neutralized risks by its overall excellence.

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Moderate Risk

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  • Low Risk = Stable, relatively lower returns