SBI Large & Midcap Fund

NAV : 564.502 as of 11 June, 2024

3Y Returns

20.44%

Overview

₹ 23,443.39 Cr

Fund size

₹ 500

Min SIP

₹ 5000

Lumpsum

26 May 2005

Launch date

Growth

Fund plan

Regular

Scheme type

4

Rating by Value Research

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Over the past

1 year
3 years
5 years

Total Investment of ₹3,00,000

Would have become ₹3,63,048 (+17.37%)

Disclaimer: Past performance is not an indicator of future returns

Top Holdings

Name
Weight(%)
HDFC Bank Ltd.
4.42%
Reliance Industries Ltd.
4.33%
ICICI Bank Ltd.
3.80%
State Bank of India
2.94%
HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.
2.83%
Name
Weight(%)
CASH
4.77%

Equity Holding(s) Distribution

Other Scheme Info

Expense Ratio

Inclusive of GST

1.63%

Stamp Duty

0.005%

Exit Load

Exit load of 0.10% if redeemed within 30 days.

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Peer Analysis
Company
1Y
3Y
5Y
67.43%
28.46%
28.17%
47.12%
25.55%
22.49%
53.16%
25.37%
-
67.43%
28.46%
28.17%
49.68%
22.40%
21.42%
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Fund Managers

Scheme
Annualised Returns (3Y)
Category Returns (3Y)
20.44%
22.44%
-
23.88%
10.50%
8.50%
24.87%
22.45%
15.97%
17.29%
14.46%
11.75%
Scheme
Annualised Returns (3Y)
Category Returns (3Y)
15.23%
18.19%
14.58%
14.37%
14.65%
17.29%
6.30%
9.21%
5.44%
5.63%
13.09%
15.69%
14.98%
20.73%
5.92%
5.61%
5.09%
6.15%
15.86%
17.01%
Scheme
Annualised Returns (3Y)
Category Returns (3Y)
15.23%
18.19%
14.58%
14.37%
14.65%
17.29%
6.30%
9.21%
5.44%
5.63%
13.09%
15.69%
14.98%
20.73%
5.92%
5.61%
5.09%
6.15%
15.86%
17.01%

Fund House

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SBI Mutual Fund

Total AUM: 900276.62Cr

SBI Mutual Fund was established on June 29, 1987, as a Trust, with State Bank of India (SBI) acting as the sponsor and SBI Mutual Fund Trustee Company Private Limited serving as the Trustee. It received registration from SEBI on December 23, 1993. A significant development occurred on April 13, 2011, when an agreement was inked between SBI and AMUNDI Asset Management, transforming the fund house i...View SBI Large & Midcap Fund AMC

Kotak Securities Limited: AMFI-registered Mutual Fund Distributor

Still have questions?

NAV stands for net asset value, where the performance of a mutual fund is derived by its NAV per unit. NAV per unit is the market value of securities in a scheme, divided by the total number of units in the scheme on a given date.

The Net Asset Value of SBI Large & Midcap Fund is ₹564.5

AUM means ‘asset under management,’ which implies the cumulative sum of the market value of total securities held in a mutual fund scheme. MFs invest in Equities, Bonds & other such instruments. If you add the market value of all the investments made by the mutual fund along with any idle cash that it holds, the final tally is called AUM. It tells you how large or small a mutual fund is.

The AUM of SBI Large & Midcap Fund is ₹23,443.39 Cr.

Every mutual fund scheme has a minimum SIP amount, which one may start with.

The minimum SIP amount of SBI Large & Midcap Fund is ₹500

As per SEBI Regulations, mutual funds are permitted to charge certain operating expenses for managing a mutual fund scheme. The total expense ratio is calculated as a percentage of the scheme’s NAV. It's deducted from the total revenue generated by a mutual fund before disbursing it to the investors.

The Expense Ratio of SBI Large & Midcap Fund is 1.63%

It’s a fee charged by the mutual fund house if an investor fully or partially exits from an invested scheme within a stated period from the date of investment. The time period for which it applies varies with the type of fund. It's calculated from the date of investment, whether in SIP or lump sum form.

The Exit load of SBI Large & Midcap Fund is Exit load of 0.10% if redeemed within 30 days..

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