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HDFC Mutual Funds : Overview, How to Invest, Fund Managers

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Be it any financial goal – long-term, short-term, retirement, tax-saving and so on – HDFC has that plan for you. Majority of the mutual fund products they offer have CRISIL ratings of 3 and more.

This article covers the following:

  1. HDFC Mutual Funds – Introduction
  2. How to invest in HDFC Funds
  3. KYC process through ClearTax
  4. Documents required to invest via ClearTax
  5. Mutual fund products by HDFC
  6. Top Fund Managers in HDFC Mutual Fund
  7. About the fund house
  8. Best HDFC mutual fund schemes

 

1. HDFC Mutual Funds – Introduction

HDFC Mutual Fund has left no stone unturned to cater to investors from all walks of life. Be it any financial goal – long-term, short-term, retirement, tax-saving and so on – HDFC has that plan for you. Majority of the mutual fund products they offer have CRISIL ratings of 3 and more. Investors from any income background have a gamut of choice in every asset classes and risk profile. In fact, the risk factor of the products range from very low to high. Investors can choose as per their risk appetite.For instance, In short, ELSS funds have made it easier for investors to define their financial goals – available in both close-ended and open-ended funds.

2. How to invest in HDFC Funds

It is easier than ever to shortlist any HDFC mutual fund product and invest. ClearTax has always been a reliable platform to find hand-picked funds that suit your investment purpose and risk profile. Now, you can also select any product from a particular fund house (say, an HDFC mutual fund) from ClearTax Save portal. One of the advantages of going through us is, you need to do your KYC formalities only once. The entire investment process will take no more than 7 minutes.

ClearTax gives you a quick and seamless process in 3 steps.

Step 1: Click on the fund(s) and enter how much you want to invest monthly/quarterly/annually

Step 2: Fill in your personal info in respective columns

Step 3: Pay online by card or NetBanking – the entire process takes less than 7 minutes

3. KYC process through ClearTax

Money laundering and corruption can cripple the economy and the stability of our country. Here, Know Your Customer (KYC) and In-Person Verification (IPV) can help a financial institution significantly. However, ClearTax doesn’t believe in inconveniencing their investors. So they have enabled a way to do KYC in a quick and simple way. What’s more, if investing via ClearTax Save, investor needs to do it only once for their first investment.

Know Your Customer or KYC process is a government and RBI mandate for all financial institutions, including AMCs. If you are investing via ClearTax, you need to do it only once. We will simply retrieve the KYC details for all future investments.

ClearTax has made KYC verification an instant and simple process as mentioned below.  

We have an Aadhaar-based KYC in which you enter the OTP sent to your Aadhaar-registered mobile number

You may also upload the scanned copies of your documents on our ClearTax Save portal

HDFC Mutual Fund

4. Documents required to invest via ClearTax

ID Proofs: You can submit Xerox copy of PAN Card, Passport, Aadhaar Card, Voter ID or Driving License. Other central government approved documents like NREGA job card are also accepted.

Residential proofs: You can submit the same ID proof (except PAN), if the address on it is your current residential address. Rental/lease agreement, most utility bill and ration card can also serve the purpose. If your permanent address and correspondence address are not the same, then submit proof for both.

5. Mutual fund products by HDFC

a. EQUITY

HDFC Mutual funds were formed as a trust and Standard Life Investments Ltd is its sponsor. It started with one mutual fund in 2000 and has experienced staggering growth in the last 2 decades with 13 mutual fund types. Given below are the products they currently offer.

HDFC EQUITY FUNDS
SL No Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Housing Opportunities Fund Series 1 To deliver building wealth for long-term. They manage this by putting money in mostly equity and equity-oriented funds in housing and related sectors. As a thematic equity fund, it is close-ended. You can opt for a direct or regular plan. High NA (As it was launched in 2017)
2 HDFC Equity Fund This is an open-ended scheme and comes with a dividend (pay out or reinvestment) as well as growth option. However, an exit load of 1% applies. You  can only buy this directly from the AMC, and not through any intermediary. Minimum initial investment amount is Rs. 1000 for old investors and Rs. 5000 for newbies. Moderately High 16.30%
3 HDFC Top 100 Fund An open-ended scheme with a robust reputation for over 15 years, HDFC Top 100 Fund is a low-risk fund compared to funds with less diversification. You can opt for dividend or growth option. Their aim is to deliver long term capital appreciation from portfolio with high equity concentration (often from companies in BSE 200 index). Moderately High 14.60%
4 HDFC Mid-cap Opportunity Fund As the name suggests, this fund focuses mainly on equity and equity oriented shares from mid-cap companies. It is an open-ended scheme and the initial investment requirement is only Rs. 1000 for old customers and Rs. 5000 for new clients. Moderately High 25.73%
5 HDFC Prudence Fund This is an open-ended hybrid or balanced fund, and hence invests in a sensible mix of equities and debt funds. Hence, the risk factor is lower compared to products focusing mainly on equities. The primary goal of this plan is to generate regular returns along with capital appreciation. It is generally recommended for long-term investments. Moderately High 16.01%
6 HDFC Balanced Fund Investing in equities, debt funds as well as money market instruments, the main aim of this scheme is to provide investors with a regular fixed income as well as capital appreciation. This is made possible by investing in diverse assets as per the discretion of the fund manager. It has a track record of consistent outperformance.   Moderately High 18.63%
7 HDFC Taxsaver Fund Long-term wealth creation is the core objective here, and there is a 3-year mandatory lock-in period. It is basically an ELSS fund. However, the name doesn’t hold true anymore as the Union Budget 2018 imposed 10% LTCG tax on ELSS held above 1 year. But despite that, ELSS has historically beaten other tax-saving instruments hands down when it comes to returns. Moderately High 16.84%

b. HDFC DEBT/INCOME FUNDS

HDFC DEBT/INCOME FUNDS
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Gilt fund – long term plan This scheme mainly aims to make credit risk-free returns by investing in sovereign securities or bonds issued by the central or state government. An open ended scheme launched in 2001, it offers you both dividend and growth option. There is no entry load or exit load for this fund. Moderate 6.81%
2 HDFC Corporate Bond Fund This fund serves to make income from capital appreciation. They do it by investing primarily in corporate bonds with ratings above AA+. It is a good means to earn a steady income in medium to larger investment period. You cannot invest in these debt funds and money market instruments for more than 60 months. Moderately Low 7.98%
3 HDFC Short-term Opportunities Fund Here, the ‘short-term’ part indicates less than 36 months. Investors with low risk appetite can consider this fund to park their money safe over short to medium term, while earning a fixed interest income. Moderately Low 8.13%
4 HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund This scheme’s emphasis is on corporate debt. This is an open ended debt fund that mainly invests in corporate bonds that are rated AA and below. So, they don’t include any AA+ rated corporate bond funds. It is a way to earn fixed income over a small period to long term. Moderate 7.95% (3 years returns as it was launched in 2014)
5 HDFC MF Monthly Income Plan – Long Term Plan The main purpose of this plan is to earn you a monthly income by investing in debt securities and money market. It also delivers medium to long-term capital appreciation by allowing a small percentage of equity exposure. However, the monthly returns depend on the surplus amount the scheme makes. It is an open-ended plan and was launched in 2003. Moderately High 9.48%
6 HDFC MF Monthly Income Plan – Short Term Plan The core objective of this plan is to get you regular income for medium to short-term. Most of the amount is invested in money market and debt. The remaining amount goes in equity and equity-oriented investments that can result in long-term capital appreciation. It is an open-ended and moderately risky investment. Moderately High 7.99%
7 HDFC High Interest Fund – Dynamic Plan An open-ended scheme launched in 1997, the HDFC High Interest Fund – Dynamic Plan aims to earn you regular returns. They invest in a slew of debt and money market instruments with different maturity periods to achieve this goal. This strategy helps them to maximize returns while keeping a balance between yield, liquidity and risk. Hence, the risk factor is only moderate. Moderate 6.95%

c. HDFC LIQUID Funds

HDFC LIQUID FUNDS
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Cash Management Fund – Savings Plan The investment goal of this liquid fund scheme is to make maximum returns without compromising on capital protection and high liquidity. As an open-ended scheme that offers high liquidity, it offers both growth and daily dividend option. It was launched in 1999 and can only be bought directly from the AMC. Low 7.92%
2 HDFC Cash Management Fund – Call Plan As an open-ended and high liquidity income fund, it is a low-risk investment. The primary goal of this scheme is to deliver the highest possible returns with minimal risk exposure. It is often treated as an emergency fund due to its higher liquidity factor. The AMC opened this fund in 2002. It suits those who want to capitalize in Collateralised Borrowing & Lending Obligation (CBLO). Low 7.04%
3 HDFC Liquid Fund Premium Plan The predominant objective of this particular liquid fund is to augment income consistently while maintaining a good level of liquidity. They achieve this by investing in a relevant mix of debt securities and money market instruments. It is best suited for those looking for income for short-term or safe avenues to park their money in for a short duration. Low 8.08%
4 HDFC Liquid Fund An open-ended scheme that endows the investor with an additional income. It is an ideal short-term investment with no exit load. By putting money in both debts and money market instruments, it assures higher liquidity and capital protection. Low 8%

d. HDFC CHILDREN’S GIFT FUND

The main aim of this fund is to deliver capital appreciation towards an investment goal like child’s education or wedding.  It is an open-ended equity-oriented hybrid fund and was incepted in 2001.

HDFC CHILDREN’S GIFT FUND
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Children’s Gift Fund The overall assets will be mostly invested in equities or equity-oriented instruments. Hence, the risk factor could be on the higher side. To counter the risks, the fund manager sometimes invests the remaining amount in debts or money market instruments too. Moderately High 17.93%

e. HDFC RETIREMENT SAVINGS FUND

This scheme allows you to invest towards a retirement savings fund that will serve as fixed monthly income or a corpus (investment + gains) post-retirement. It invests in a combination of assets like equities, debts and money market instruments. All the below plans come with a 5-year lock-in period.

This fund is categorized as per individual financial goal after retiring.

HDFC RETIREMENT SAVINGS FUND
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Retirement Savings Fund- Equity Plan It invests mainly in equities and equity-oriented shares. All of these contribute to the lumpsum that will serve as pension/income for you.   Moderately High NA (as the scheme was launched in 2016)
2 HDFC Retirement Savings Fund- Hybrid- Equity Plan This scheme invests in a mix of debt and equity instruments. After age 60, you can redeem the entire money or in the form of monthly pensions. Moderately High NA (as the scheme was launched in 2016)
3 HDFC Retirement Savings Fund- Hybrid- Debt Plan This is a balanced retirement savings fund that invest predominantly in debt securities and the remaining in equities. Moderately High NA (as the scheme was launched in 2016)

f. HDFC FIXED MATURITY PLANS

The Fixed Maturity Plans (FMPs) that the fund house offers mainly capitalize in government securities like bonds and debt markets. They suit investors with low risk appetite and are close-ended funds.  

HDFC FIXED MATURITY PLANS
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 Some of the FMPs by HDFC Mutual Fund are HDFC FMP 1434D May 2018 (1), HDFC FMP 1181D April 2018 (1), HDFC FMP 1146D April 2018 (1), HDFC FMP 1177D March 2018 (1), HDFC FMP 1145D March 2018 (1), HDFC FMP 1147D March 2018 (1) and so on. In fact, there are 166 fixed maturity plans offered by HDFC mutual fund. Make returns at little risk from bonds and debt markets. Low to moderately low NA

g. HDFC EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS

ETFs or Exchange Traded Funds by HDFC Mutual Fund are mutual funds that are traded on the stock market. Investors enjoy more liquidity and it also has lower expense ratio compared to other fund types.

HDFC ETFs
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Gold ETF Deliver returns proportional to that of gold Moderately High 2.57%
2 HDFC Nifty ETF Deliver returns close to that of NIFTY-represented returns Moderately High NA (As the scheme was launched in 2015)
3 HDFC Sensex ETF Deliver returns close to that of SENSEX-represented returns Moderately High NA (As the scheme was launched in 2015)

h. RAJIV GANDHI EQUITY SAVINGS SCHEME

Started in the honor of our late Prime Minister, the Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS) is a closed-ended equity investment plan. You get immense tax perks as well as exposure to capital markets.

HDFC RAJIV GANDHI EQUITY SAVINGS SCHEME
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan B To deliver long term capital appreciation from a portfolio of Suitable Securities as mentioned in Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme Low NA
2 HDFC Focused Equity Fund – Plan A To deliver long term capital appreciation from a portfolio of Suitable Securities as mentioned in Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme High NA
3 HDFC Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme – Series 2 To deliver long term capital appreciation by investing in Securities mentioned in Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme High NA

i. DUAL ADVANTAGE FUND

This is for investors seeking the benefit of double advantage of regular income as well as capital appreciation.

HDFC DUAL ADVANTAGE FUND
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1224D To earn you income from debt and money market instruments with the same or earlier maturity dates than that of the scheme. Moderate NA
2 HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1267D Deliver income by investing in debt and money market instruments with same or earlier maturity dates than that of the scheme. Moderate NA
3 HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series III – 1304D Focus on debt and money market investments of the same maturity period as that of the scheme to deliver income Moderate
4 HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1099D Invests in money market and debt securities of the same maturity period as that of the scheme to earn income from it Moderate NA
5 HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1160D Aims to provide you steady income by investing in money market and debt securities of the same maturity period as that of the scheme Moderate NA
6 HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series I – 1100D Same as above Moderate NA
7 HDFC Dual Advantage Fund – Series II – 1111D Same as above Moderate NA

 

j. CAPITAL PROTECTION ORIENTED SCHEMES

This is a scheme mainly generate returns from debt market investments (with fixed maturity periods).

HDFC CAPITAL PROTECTION ORIENTED SCHEMES
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC CPO – III – 1173D January 2015 Capital protection by investing in debt and/or money market that matures on or before the scheme Low NA
2 HDFC CPO – III – 1207D December 2014 Safety of invested amount guaranteed by investing in debt and/or money market that matures on or before the scheme Low NA
3 HDFC CPO-III- 1100D October 2014 Capital protection Low NA
4 HDFC CPO-II-36M May 2014 Capital protection Low NA
5 HDFC CPO – II – 36M February 2014 Capital protection Low NA

k. FUND OF FUND SCHEMES

HDFC FUND OF FUND SCHEMES
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Dynamic PE Ratio FoF The purpose of this dynamic fund of the fund is to attain long-term capital appreciation by allocating assets between definite equity and debt plans from the HDFC fund house itself. It is suitable for those who want to invest in different asset classes based on PE Ratios. Moderately High 8.62%
2 HDFC Gold Fund The risk of HDFC Gold Fund tends to fall on the riskier side. This is because they try to deliver capital appreciation investing in HDFC Gold ETF units, which is subject to market risks. It is an open-ended scheme that was started in 2011. They usually put money in gold bullion of 0.995 fineness. Moderately High 1.88%

 

l. ANNUAL INTERVAL FUND – SERIES 1

HDFC ANNUAL INTERVAL FUND – SERIES I
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Annual Interval Fund – Series 1 – Plan A, B This is an interval income fund and carries low risk. It is because they make returns by investing in government bonds, debt securities, and money market instruments, assuring absolute capital protection. But they only invest in those securities that mature on or before the next Specified Transaction Period opens. Moderately Low NA

m. HDFC CANCER CURE FUNDS

HDFC CANCER CURE FUNDS
SL No. Name of the fund Investment Objective Risks Returns (In 5 years)
1 HDFC Charity Fund For Cancer Cure – Arbitrage Plan This plan makes earnings by using the arbitrage opportunities between cash and derivative market (anything derived from an asset/contract). They do this by investing in debt and money market instruments. Moderately Low NA
2 HDFC Charity Fund For Cancer Cure – Debt Plan To earn by investing in government bonds, securities, and money market instruments after maturity.

Minimum initial investment for both plans is Rs. 50,000. They are closed-ended and viewed as separate portfolios.

Moderate NA

 

6. Top Fund Managers in HDFC Mutual Fund

 

Mr. Prashant Jain

He is the Executive Director & Chief Investment Officer with 2 decades of industrial experience in research and fund management.

Mr. Chirag Setalvad

With 11 years of experience in asset management and focused research in equity and equity-oriented funds, Mr. Chirag is the Senior Fund Manager of HDFC.

Mr. Shobhit Mehrotra

With dual role of Credit Head and Senior Fund Manager, he has pushed the AMC to great heights with his 18 years of experienced garnered in the field of credit rating and fixed income markets.

Mr. Vinay R. Kulkarni

A Senior Fund Manager with 2 decades of industrial experience in equity funds, he has a great track record as an asset manager.

Mr. Anil Bamboli, Mr. Srinivas Rao Ravuri, and Mr. Anupam Joshi are other renowned names in the mutual fund industry from the HDFC fund house.

7. About the fund house

HDFC has had a long and inspiring journey and is currently one of the largest financial institutions in India. Started out mainly as a company specializing in loans, it now boasts of numerous subsidiaries, of which HDFC Mutual Fund is one. HDFC Mutual Fund was launched on 30th June 2000 as a trust as per the provisions of the Indian Trusts Act, 1882.

HDFC has been a prominent player and has a proven track record of positive and reliable fund performance across different market cycles and diverse asset classes. Their main focus was to set up a solid research-backed infrastructure. Optimal management of portfolio risks has always been their USP.

The registration code assigned to them by SEBI is MF/044/00/6 – and the HDFC AMC was born.

8. Best HDFC mutual fund schemes

HDFC Mutual Fund Schemes
HDFC Liquid Fund Premium Plan Daily Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Liquid Fund Growth
HDFC Liquid Fund Monthly Dividend Payout
HDFC Liquid Fund Daily Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Money Market Weekly Dividend Payout
HDFC Money Market Growth
HDFC Money Market Daily Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Overnight Growth
HDFC Overnight Daily Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Liquid Fund Weekly Dividend Payout Reinvestment
HDFC Liquid Fund Premium Plan Growth
HDFC Money Market Weekly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Liquid Fund Weekly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Liquid Fund Monthly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Floating Rate Debt – Wholesale Plan – Growth
HDFC Medium Term Debt Plan Growth
HDFC Dynamic Debt Plan – Growth
HDFC Gilt Fund Growth
HDFC Floating Rate Debt – Retail Plan – Growth
HDFC Income Fund Growth
HDFC Floating Rate Income Fund Long – Growth
HDFC Low Duration Retail Plan Growth
HDFC Regular Savings Regular Option Normal Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Corporate Bond Fund Regular Option Normal Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Medium Term Debt Plan Regular Plan Normal Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Short Term Debt Growth
HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund Regular Option Normal Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Banking & PSU Debt Fund Regular Plan Growth Option
HDFC Dynamic Debt Plan Regular Plan Normal Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Short Term Debt Regular Plan Normal Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund Growth Option
HDFC Corporate Bond Growth
HDFC Regular Savings Growth
HDFC Low Duration Wholesale Plan Growth
HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund Regular Option Normal Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Medium Term Debt Plan Regular Plan Normal Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Dynamic Debt Plan Regular Plan Normal Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Corporate Bond Fund Regular Option Normal Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Short Term Debt Regular Plan Normal Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Regular Savings Regular Option Normal Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Wholesale Plan Daily Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Wholesale Plan Monthly Dividend Payout
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Wholesale Plan Weekly Dividend Payout
HDFC Gilt Fund Short Term Plan Growth
HDFC Medium Term Debt Plan Dividend Payout
HDFC Dynamic Debt Plan Quaterly Dividend Payout
HDFC Dynamic Debt Plan Half Yearly Dividend Payout
HDFC Dynamic Debt Plan Annual Dividend Payout
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Retail Plan Monthly Dividend Payout
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Retail Plan Weekly Dividend Payout
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Retail Plan Daily Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Floating Rate Income Fund Long Weekly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Low Duration Retail Plan Weekly Dividend Payout
HDFC Short Term Debt Fortnightly Dividend Payout
HDFC Banking & PSU Debt Fund Regular Plan Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Income Fund Regular Plan Normal Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Corporate Bond Quarterly Dividend Payout
HDFC Low Duration Wholesale Plan Daily Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Low Duration Retail Plan Monthly Dividend Payout
HDFC Low Duration Wholesale Plan Weekly Dividend Payout
HDFC Low Duration Wholesale Plan Monthly Dividend Payout
HDFC Banking & PSU Debt Fund Regular Plan Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Low Duration Wholesale Plan Monthly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Low Duration Retail Plan Weekly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Low Duration Retail Plan Monthly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Retail Plan Weekly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Retail Plan Monthly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Dynamic Debt Plan Quaterly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Dynamic Debt Plan Half Yearly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Wholesale Plan Weekly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Floating Rate Debt Wholesale Plan Monthly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Income Fund Regular Plan Normal Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Medium Term Debt Plan Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Dynamic Debt Plan Annual Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Short Term Debt Fortnightly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Corporate Bond Quarterly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Gilt Fund Short Term Plan Dividend Payout
HDFC Gilt Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Income Fund Quarterly Dividend Payout
HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund Half Yearly Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Regular Savings Monthly Dividend Payout
HDFC Credit Risk Debt Fund Half Yearly Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Gilt Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Gilt Fund Short Term Plan Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Income Fund Quarterly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Regular Savings Monthly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Low Duration Retail Plan Daily Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Arbitrage Fund Wholesale Plan Monthly Dividend Payout Option
HDFC Retirement Savings Fund – Equity Plan – Regular Plan
HDFC Gold Exchange Traded Fund
HDFC Gold Fund Growth
HDFC Nifty 50 ETF
HDFC Sensex ETF
HDFC Arbitrage Fund Wholesale Plan Monthly Dividend Reinvestment Option
HDFC Arbitrage Fund Institutional Normal Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Arbitrage Fund Retail Quarterly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Arbitrage Fund Retail Growth
HDFC Arbitrage Fund Retail Quarterly Dividend Payout
HDFC Arbitrage Fund Institutional Growth
HDFC Arbitrage Fund Institutional Normal Dividend Payout
HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Index Sensex Plus
HDFC Index Nifty 50
HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund Growth
HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Equity Fund Growth
HDFC Equity Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund Growth
HDFC Small Cap Fund Growth
HDFC Small Cap Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Top 100 Fund Growth
HDFC TaxSaver Growth
HDFC TaxSaver Dividend Payout
HDFC Top 100 Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Long Term Advantage Fund Growth
HDFC Long Term Advantage Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Equity Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Top 100 Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Small Cap Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Long Term Advantage Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC TaxSaver Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund Growth
HDFC Balanced Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Balanced Fund Growth
HDFC Retirement Savings Fund – Hybrid Debt Plan – Regular Plan
HDFC Retirement Savings Fund – Hybrid Equity Plan – Regular Plan
HDFC Equity Savings Fund Growth
HDFC Equity Savings Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Monthly Income Plan Short Term Plan Quarterly Dividend Payout
HDFC Monthly Income Plan Short Term Plan Monthly Dividend Payout
HDFC Multi – Asset Dividend Payout
HDFC Monthly Income Plan Short Term Plan Growth
HDFC Hybrid Debt Quarterly Dividend Payout
HDFC Hybrid Debt Monthly Dividend Payout
HDFC Hybrid Debt Growth
HDFC Prudence Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Prudence Fund Growth
HDFC Multi – Asset Growth
HDFC Equity Savings Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Balanced Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Multi – Asset Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Monthly Income Plan Short Term Plan Quarterly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Hybrid Debt Quarterly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Hybrid Debt Monthly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Prudence Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Monthly Income Plan Short Term Plan Monthly Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Index Sensex
HDFC Focused 30 Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Focused 30 Fund Growth
HDFC Hybrid Equity Fund Growth
HDFC Hybrid Equity Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund Growth
HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund Dividend Payout
HDFC Focused 30 Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund Dividend Reinvestment
HDFC Hybrid Equity Fund Dividend Reinvestment