quant Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund

Benchmark Index
  • CRISIL Hybrid 50+50 Moderate Index
  • Regular
  • Direct
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Fund Details(quant Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund Plan)

Investment Objective The primary investment objective of the scheme is to provide capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments including derivatives and debt and money market instruments. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the Scheme will be realized, as actual market movements may be at variance with anticipated trends.
Category of Scheme Dynamic Asset Allocation
Type of Scheme An open ended equity scheme predominantly investing in large cap stocks
Inception Date April, 2023
Lock in Period Nil
Minimum Application Amount For new investor, INR 5000/- and any amount thereafter For existing investors, INR 1000/- and any amount thereafter For Systematic Investment Plan (SIP), the minimum amount is INR 1000/- and in multiples of INR 1/- thereafter.
Benchmark Index CRISIL Hybrid 50+50 Moderate Index
Load Structure Entry Load - Nil
Exit Load - NIL
Asset Allocation Pattern
Under normal circumstances, the asset allocation pattern will be as follows Indicative allocations (% of total assets) Risk Profile
Instruments Minimum Maximum High/Medium/Low
Equity & Derivatives related instruments 0 100 Very High
Debt and Money Market Instruments, including Units of Debt oriented mutual fund schemes#*@$ 0 35 Low to Medium

The Scheme does not intend to invest in securities with Structured Obligations or Credit Enhancements. The Scheme does not intend to invest in debt instruments with special features in line with SEBI Circular no. SEBI/HO/IMD/DF4/CIR/P/2021/032 dated March 10, 2021. #Although the gross debt and money market instruments related exposure may seek investment opportunities in foreign securities including ADRs / GDRs / Foreign equity and debt securities subject to the Clause 12.17 of SEBI Master Circular for Mutual Funds and any other circulars issued from time to time. Such investment shall not exceed 35% of the net assets of the Scheme. The Margin may be placed in the form of such securities / instruments / fixed deposits / cash / any other form of deposit as may be permitted / eligible to be placed as margin from the assets of the Scheme. The securities / instruments / deposits so placed as margin shall be classified under the applicable category of assets for the purposes of asset allocation. @ Excluding subscription money in transit before deployment / payout $ Any other security as may be permitted by SEBI/ RBI, subject to approval from SEBI / RBI as required *Exposure to the Securitized debt (excluding foreign securitized debt), if undertaken, would not exceed 20% of the debt portfolio of the Scheme. The investment pattern stated above is indicative and may be changed due to market conditions. The proportion of the scheme invested in each type of security will vary in accordance with microeconomic & macroeconomic conditions, interest rates, and other relevant considerations. These instances may be beyond the control of the fund manager & the AMC and hence may require such deviations. Such changes in the investment pattern will be transitionary in nature and will be undertaken as defensive considerations only in accordance with SEBI circular dated March 04, 2021. Defensive considerations may be determined by the fund manager and in case of deviations on account of exogenous factors, the fund manager will endeavor to rebalance the Scheme within 30 calender days from the date of such deviation. The intention being at all times to seek to protect the interests of the Unit holders. The risks associated with each investment are an important factor as well. The net assets of this scheme shall predominantly be invested as per the investment pattern stated above. In the event of any deviations from the mandated asset allocation as mentioned above due to passive breaches, portfolio rebalancing will be carried out by the AMC/Fund Manager within 30 business days of the date of the said deviation. This rebalancing will be subject to prevailing market conditions and in the interest of the investors. In case the rebalancing is not done within the specified period of 30 business days, the matter would be recorded in writing and shall be placed before the Investment Committee. The Investment Committee shall record the reason in writing leading the reason for falling the exposure outside the asset allocation and if so desires, the Committee shall extend the timelines upto 60 (sixty) business days from the date of completion of mandated rebalancing period of 30 business days in line with SEBI Circular SEBI/HO/IMD/IMD-II DOF3/P/CIR/2022/39 dated March 30, 2022.

Fund Manager Mr. Sandeep Tandon, Mr. Ankit Pande, Mr. Sanjeev Sharma, Mr. Vasav Sahgal
Plans Available Regular Plan and Direct Plan.
(The Regular and Direct plan will have a common portfolio)
Options Available 1. Growth Option and 2.IDCW
The IDCW option has the following facilities: (i) IDCW Reinvestment Facility. (ii) IDCW Pay-out Facility. Default Investment option is Growth Option. For the IDCW option, the default facility will be IDCW Reinvestment.
Applicable NAV The NAV applicable for purchase or redemption or switching of Units based on the time of the Business Day on which the application is time stamped
Risk Factors For detailed scheme/securities related risk factors, please refer to the Scheme Information Document
Investment Strategy
  • The unique feature of the scheme stems from its mandate to dynamically rebalance equity exposure (0 to 100%) and debt exposure (0 to 35%), in line with our view on Risk-On or Risk-Off environment, to earn superior risk-adjusted returns. quant money managers have full flexibility and can even hedge up to 100% equity exposure by using derivative instruments in extreme risk-off environment

  • quant DAAF aims to capture upside in the bull phase and limit the downside in the bear phase and thus reducing the volatility of the overall portfolio

  • The scheme provides the widest scope for traditional investors who are prepared to invest for long-term and willing to take call on money managers, who can take calls in both normal as well as extreme environment to generate superior risk-adjusted returns

  • As an Adaptive Asset Allocator, we try to gauge prevailing macro environment and try to understand the intensity of both Risk Appetite and Liquidity for various asset classes and accordingly rebalance the portfolio dynamically.

  • When both Risk Appetite and Liquidity are at elevated levels, we dynamically increase our equity exposure Similarly, when Risk Appetite and Liquidity are at exhausted levels, we will increase debt exposure substantially

  • Our money managers will take prudent steps to allocate towards high quality debt instruments dynamically across maturities. Similarly, equity allocation will be managed dynamically across market caps

  • Our time trusted risk-mitigation VLRT Framework and Predictive Analytics indicators will be used to dynamically maximize the opportunities across the portfolio. We have demonstrated the same in the past and emerged as an outlier in most of the categories in which we operate.
Statutory Details: Sponsor: quant Capital Finance & Investments Private Limited
Investment Manager: quant Money Managers Limited. CIN: U74899MH1995PLC324387
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