quant Value Fund

Benchmark Index
  • NIFTY 500 Value 50 TRI
  • Regular
  • Direct
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Fund Details(quant Value Fund)

Investment Objective The primary investment objective of the scheme is to seek to achieve capital appreciation in the long-term by primarily investing in a well-diversified portfolio of value stocks. The AMC will have the discretion to completely or partially invest in any of the type of securities stated above with a view to maximize the returns or on defensive considerations. 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 Value
Type of Scheme An open ended equity scheme investing in a well-diversified portfolio of value stocks
Inception Date December, 2021
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 NIFTY 500 Value 50 TRI
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
Instrument Minimum Maximum High/Medium/Low
Equity and equity related instruments 65 100 High
Debt & Money Market instruments 0 35 Low to Medium
Units issued by REITs &InvITs 0 10 Medium to High

The Scheme retains the flexibility to invest across all the securities in the debt and money markets as permitted by SEBI / RBI from time to time, including schemes of mutual funds.
Overseas Investments: Under normal circumstances the Schemes shall not have an exposure of more than 35% of its net assets in foreign assets/securities/instruments including ADRs / GDRs, subject to applicable regulatory limits.
Trading in Derivatives: To optimally manage portfolio risk, the Scheme may use various derivative instruments and hedging products in a manner permitted by SEBI.
The scheme may take exposure to derivative instruments up to 100% of net assets.

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 Scheme is an open-ended Scheme that aims to provide long term capital growth by investing primarily in a well-diversified portfolio of companies that are selected based on the criteria of Relative value investing. Relative value investing is an investment strategy where stocks are selected that trade for less than their perceived intrinsic values. It may also include stocks likely to benefit out of turnaround of business and valueunlocking opportunities such as mergers, demergers, acquisition, etc.
The Scheme proposes to accumulate a portfolio of well-diversified stocks, which are available at a discount relative to their perceived intrinsic value through a process of ‘Discovery’ by using our VLRT investment framework. The Discovery process would be through identification of stocks, which have attractive valuations in relation to Valuation Analytics, Liquidity Analytics & Risk Appetite Analytics. This may constitute stocks, which have depreciated for a short period due to some exceptional circumstance or due to market correction phase or due to lack of interest in investing in a sector (which has significantly under-performed the market). This may also include stocks likely to benefit from turnaround of business and relative value unlocking opportunities such as mergers, demergers, acquisition, any corporate action etc.
The Scheme will invest in line with the investment manager’s views on the macro economy with a particular focus on the sentiments of the market participants through the interpretation of quant Money Mangers’ Predictive Analytical tools and macro indicators. The fund managers will follow a dynamic investment strategy taking defensive/aggressive postures depending on the overall risk-on / risk-off environment. The portfolio shall be reviewed consistently on the basis of the macro-economic environment and changes will be made based on the data generated by our analytics and on the discretion of the fund manager.
All investment decisions are based on quant money managers’ investment framework – VLRT. In the face of this uncertainty and complexity, we have found consistent success by studying markets along four dimensions as opposed to limiting ourselves to any one school of thought: Valuation Analytics, Liquidity Analytics, Risk Appetite Analytics, and Timing.
  • Valuation Analytics: Knowing the difference between price and value.
  • Liquidity Analytics: Understanding the flow of money across asset classes.
  • Risk Appetite Analytics: Perceiving what drives market participants to certain actions and reactions.
  • Timing: Being aware of the cycles that govern how the other three dimensions interact.
Timing: Being aware of the cycles that govern how the other three dimensions interact. The Scheme may invest in derivatives such as Futures & Options and such other derivative instruments like Stock/ Index Futures, Interest Rate Swaps, Forward Rate Agreements or such other derivative instruments as may be introduced and permitted by SEBI from time to time. The Scheme may invest in derivative for the purpose of hedging, portfolio balancing and other purposes as may be permitted under the Regulations. Hedging using Interest Rate Futures could be perfect or imperfect, subject to applicable regulations. The Scheme may also invest in the hybrid securities viz. units of REITs and InvITs for diversification and subject to necessary stipulations by SEBI from time to time. Furthermore, the Scheme may invest a part of its corpus in overseas markets in Global Depository Receipts (GDRs), ADRs, overseas equity, bonds and mutual funds and such other instruments as may be allowed under the Regulations from time to time.
The Scheme may invest in overseas financial assets for the purpose of diversification provided they are commensurate with the scheme’s objectives, as and when permitted by SEBI/RBI. The value of investment in financial assets denominated in foreign currencies and domiciled outside India could be adversely affected by fluctuations in exchange rates as well as political risk, exchange controls and investment restrictions overseas.
Sector level screening:The scheme will exclude sectors/themes that are deemed harmful from a societal perspective. We will avoid investment in companies operating in those industries and maintain that exclusion on an ongoing basis. For example we will not invest in companies involved in Cluster Munitions, Anti- Personnel Mines, and Chemical & Biological Weapons. We will not hold any security that is involved in the production, stockpiling, transfer and use of these weapons.
Statutory Details: Sponsor: quant Capital Finance & Investments Private Limited
Investment Manager:quant Money Managers Limited. CIN: U74899MH1995PLC324387
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