UTI Money Market Fund-Discontinued - Regular Plan -Growth - Latest NAV ₹5507.816, Returns, Performance & Portfolio

UTI Money Market Fund-Discontinued - Regular Plan -Growth

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Min amount: ₹10,000

Investment mode is LumpSum (One Time)

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Rs. 20,000 invested one time becomes Rs. 74,971 in a period of 20 years

Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years7.63%
5 Years6.83%
3 Years6.9%
1 Year5.92%
6 Months2.97%
Fund Details
RiskModerately Low risk
Fund TypeMoney Market
Exit Load--

More about this fundstar

Top HoldingsWeightage
182 DTB 250320218.44%
182 DTB 250220214.75%
182 DTB 180320214.74%
364 DTB 250320214.74%
6.17% Govt Stock 20214.01%
182 DTB 110320213.16%
8.12% Govt Stock 20200.81%
91 DTB 291020200.48%

About UTI Money Market Fund

Being an open-ended debt fund, the scheme seeks to generate reasonable income by investing in a portfolio of money market instruments with high level of liquidity.

Pros and Cons of UTI Money Market Fund

This scheme is suitable for the investors seeking: With high level of liquidity reasonable income over short term. The fund invests in money market securities.

Fund Information and Statistics of UTI Money Market Fund

Inception/ Launch Date

The UTI Money Market Fund was launched on 10 July 2009, by UTI Mutual Fund.

Risk Level

The returns of this scheme are not assured. Investment in the units of this scheme is subject to market risk and there is no such assurance that the scheme’s NAV will be maintained. No guarantee of the dividend distribution. Investment risks such as liquidity risk, settlement risk, and default risk including the loss of principal may affect the interest rates of the securities.


The redemption of units can be done on all business days at the NAV based prices. The dispatch of redemption proceeds within 10 business days from the date of receipt of the redemption request by the unit holders.

Fund Manager

Mr.Amandeep Singh Chopra since July 2015 and Mr.Amit Sharma since July 2017 are the fund managers of UTI Money Market Fund.

Entry/ Exit Load

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

Tax benefits of investing in UTI Money Market Fund

If the units are held for over a period of 3 years or more the long term capital gains tax is applicable at 20% after indexation. The short term capital gains are added to the income of the investor’s and taxed according to the income slab.

About UTI Mutual Fund

UTI Mutual Fund is one of the leading mutual fund investment companies of India. The mutual fund philosophy revolves around delivering stable and consistent returns to its investors in its medium to long investment plans. They believe in maintaining a well balanced and diversified portfolio of all their funds keeping in mind the needs of every class of investors.

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Min amount: ₹10,000

Investment mode is LumpSum (One Time)

Calculate Returns

Rs. 20,000 invested one time becomes Rs. 74,971 in a period of 20 years
Moderately Low risk

All investments come with risk. Risk is the volatility or fluctuation in the price (and returns) of the investment. Usually,

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