NITL, in its efforts to provide a wide range of services to cater the needs of different classes of investors, has launched NIT Government Bond Fund. It is an open end Income Fund investing primarily in the short term as well as long term Government Securities with maximum weighted average time to maturity not exceeding 7.5 years.
NIT GBF is a low risk income fund with major investment (70% or above) in Government Securities while at least 25% shall be invested in cash and near cash instruments which includes cash in bank account (excluding TDRs) and treasury bills not exceeding 90 days maturity. As on February 28, 2017, NIT GBF had funds under management of around Rs. 4.07 billion and had approximately 1,277 unit holders.
1st Supplemental Offering Document
2nd Supplemental Offering Document
3rd Supplemental Offering Document
Consolidated Offering Document
1st Supplemental Trust Deed
2nd Supplemental Trust Deed
Consolidated Trust Deed
The primary objective of NIT - GBF is to generate best possible return with minimum risk, for its Unit Holders, by investing primarily in the government securities.
Performance Reports will be provided on periodic basis (as applicable) in following areas:
Fund Manager Report
All investments in mutual funds are subject to market risks. The NAV of units may go up or down based on the market conditions. The investors are advised in their own interest to read the contents of the offering document in particular the investment policy, risk disclosure, disclaimers and warnings mentioned in clauses 2.2, 2.7, 2.9, 9.3 and 11 respectively, before making any investment decision.