Want to diversify your portfolio? Look at the 'Bank of India Multi Cap Fund

Bank of India Mutual Fund is launching the 'Bank of India Multi Cap Fund.'

Multi Cap Fund

A new offering for low-risk investors looking to invest across small, mid, and large-cap funds is coming. Bank of India Mutual Fund is launching the 'Bank of India Multi Cap Fund.' It will launch the NFO (new fund offer) to meet the demand of people in the low-risk segment. Investors can reduce the risk through this investment by investing in different market caps and diversifying their portfolios. Its allocation strategy allows a minimum 25% spread of total assets in large, small, and mid-cap stocks. The Scheme's NFO will open for subscription on February 10 and close on February 24. The investment's lower limit is Rs. 5,000; the S&P BSE 500 TRI will be the benchmark. 

Also ReadWhat is a multi-cap fund, and how is it different from Flexi Cap funds?

From The Horse's Mouth

The Fund Manager will be Mr. Nitin Gosar, and he says the Scheme is suitable for investors who want a diversified portfolio. It will help investors get long-term capital appreciation through equity-related and equity securities across the different market caps. 

Bank of India Investment Managers Private Limited, CEO Mohit Bhatia added that the Bank of India Mutual Fund is delighted to launch an NFO after around two years. He said they have always tried providing good Mutual Fund solutions aligned with their mutual fund investors' goals in India. He said the mutual fund looks to offer a diversified portfolio to interested investors given the country's markets' structural and positive long-term strengths. It will help investors in long-term wealth creation.  

Bank of India Investment Managers Private Limited, CIO Alok Singh said one could manage market volatility by diversifying funds. He noted that a Multi Cap Fund must add at least 1/4th of the total amount in every fund category as a mandate. Singh added that the Scheme would look to allocate 25% of its portfolio in a dynamic approach across market caps for the medium term. The correct time horizon would be 3-5 years. 

Also ReadHow to choose between multi and flexi-cap funds?

The Scheme will invest a minimum of 25% in large, mid, and small-cap stocks. It will provide leverage on cyclical and structural opportunities. The investors will have the opportunity to navigate the different market conditions and cycles. The Scheme will opt for the top-down and bottom-up blend approach. The Scheme will provide a better return after risk adjustment than single-cap funds. 

A new offering for low-risk investors looking to invest across small, mid, and large-cap funds is coming. Bank of India Mutual Fund is launching the 'Bank of India Multi Cap Fund.' It will launch the NFO (new fund offer) to meet the demand of people in the low-risk segment. Investors can reduce the risk through this investment by investing in different market caps and diversifying their portfolios. Its allocation strategy allows a minimum 25% spread of total assets in large, small, and mid-cap stocks. The Scheme's NFO will open for subscription on February 10 and close on February 24. The investment's lower limit is Rs. 5,000; the S&P BSE 500 TRI will be the benchmark. 

Also ReadWhat is a multi-cap fund, and how is it different from Flexi Cap funds?

From The Horse's Mouth

The Fund Manager will be Mr. Nitin Gosar, and he says the Scheme is suitable for investors who want a diversified portfolio. It will help investors get long-term capital appreciation through equity-related and equity securities across the different market caps. 

Bank of India Investment Managers Private Limited, CEO Mohit Bhatia added that the Bank of India Mutual Fund is delighted to launch an NFO after around two years. He said they have always tried providing good Mutual Fund solutions aligned with their mutual fund investors' goals in India. He said the mutual fund looks to offer a diversified portfolio to interested investors given the country's markets' structural and positive long-term strengths. It will help investors in long-term wealth creation.  

Bank of India Investment Managers Private Limited, CIO Alok Singh said one could manage market volatility by diversifying funds. He noted that a Multi Cap Fund must add at least 1/4th of the total amount in every fund category as a mandate. Singh added that the Scheme would look to allocate 25% of its portfolio in a dynamic approach across market caps for the medium term. The correct time horizon would be 3-5 years. 

Also ReadHow to choose between multi and flexi-cap funds?

The Scheme will invest a minimum of 25% in large, mid, and small-cap stocks. It will provide leverage on cyclical and structural opportunities. The investors will have the opportunity to navigate the different market conditions and cycles. The Scheme will opt for the top-down and bottom-up blend approach. The Scheme will provide a better return after risk adjustment than single-cap funds. 

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