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Reliance Large Cap Fund

Reliance Large Cap Fund, previously known as Reliance Top 200 Fund, is an open-ended equity scheme that predominantly invests in large cap stocks. The scheme's primary investment objective is to generate long-term capital appreciation through its investments in equity and equity-related instruments of large cap companies. At least 80% of the total assets are invested in large cap stocks. The scheme’s secondary objective is to generate steady returns by investing in debt, money market securities, REITs and InvITs. It must, however, be noted that there is no assurance that the investment objective will be realized.

About Reliance Mutual Fund: Reliance Mutual Fund is among India's leading MF investment companies with AAUM of Rs 2,33,628.56 crores (January-March 2019 QAAUM) and 90.67 lakhs folios, as on March 31, 2019. The company offers well-rounded portfolio of products to meet the varying needs of customers, and has established its presence in 300 cities (as on March 31, 2019) across the nation. (Note - All the information contained in this page has been sourced from the official website of Reliance Mutual Fund.)

Key Details of Reliance Large Cap Fund

Investment Philosophy:

  • Investments are primarily made in stocks of top 100 companies by full market capitalization.
  • Large cap stocks aim to provide stability and liquidity to the portfolio.
  • It strives to generate alpha, while owning best of the index companies.
  • It endeavours to invest in leaders (or potential leaders) with established business models and sustainable free cash flows.
  • It invests in growth companies at a reasonable valuation and with a track record of high return on equity.
  • It invests in emerging large cap companies with an established business model, a proven management track record and a potential to generate high cash flows.

Minimum Investment

  • Minimum Application Amount - Rs. 5,000 and in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter
  • Minimum Additional Investment - Rs. 1,000 per plan per option (plus in multiples of Re.1 thereafter)

Fund Manager

Mr. Sailesh Raj Bhan - Deputy CIO Name of the schemes managed by Mr. Sailesh Raj Bhan – i) Reliance Pharma Fund, ii) Reliance Consumption Fund, iii) Reliance Multi Cap Fund, Reliance Close Ended Equity Fund II - Series A and iv) Reliance India Opportunities Fund - Series A

Plans and Options

The scheme offers the below plans/options

Growth Plan

  • Growth Option

Dividend Plan

  • Dividend Payout Option
  • Dividend Reinvestment Option

Direct Plan - Growth Plan

  • Growth Option

Direct Plan - Dividend Plan

  • Dividend Payout Option
  • Dividend Reinvestment Option

Reliance Large Cap Fund Performance

Click to know more about Performance of Reliance Large Cap Fund as on 31/05/2019

Source: Reliance Mutual Fund official website

Click to know more about NAVs - Reliance Large Cap Fund

IndustryAllocation
Banks29.58%
Industrial Capital Goods9.03%
Pharmaceuticals8.90%
Construction Project8.09%
Petroleum Products6.55%
Petroleum Products4.92%
Auto4.70%
Industrial Products4.40%
Hotels, Resorts And Other Recreational Activities4.37%
Finance4.37%

Details as on May 31, 2019

Source: Reliance Mutual Fund official website

Top Holdings of Reliance Large Cap Fund

HoldingAllocation
State Bank of India9.90%
ICICI Bank Limited7.72%
Larsen & Toubro Limited7.10%
Axis Bank Limited4.91%
ITC Limited4.75%
Bank of Baroda4.10%
Infosys Limited3.36%
TATA Steel Limited3.04%
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Limited2.96%
HDFC Bank Limited2.95%

Details as on May 31, 2019

Source: Reliance Mutual Fund official website

Aggregate Investments by Board of Directors/Fund Managers/Other Key Managerial Persons

ParticularsAggregate Investments (Rs. in lakhs)
Board of Directors12.09
Fund Managers29.42
Other Key Managerial Persons421.88

Details as on as on March 15, 2019

Source: Reliance Mutual Fund official website

Why Invest in Reliance Large Cap Fund?

Investments in this scheme can help realize long term capital growth as funds are primarily parked in equity and equity related instruments of large cap companies. The scheme also generates consistent returns as a result of investments made in debt, money market securities, REITs and InvITs. It must be noted that there is no guarantee that the scheme’s investment objective will be realized.

Documents Required for Reliance Large Cap Fund

An individual will be required to submit certain documents to avail a mutual fund scheme. Some of the documents that may be required include - filled-up application form, proof of identity and proof of address. For more details on the documents necessary to invest in Reliance Large Cap Fund, please refer to the company’s official website.

FAQs on Reliance Large Cap Fund

What is Reliance Large Cap Fund?

Reliance Large Cap Fund, earlier known as Reliance Top 200 Fund, is an open-ended equity scheme that primarily invests in large cap stocks.

What is the risk involved with investing in Reliance Large Cap Fund?

The principal risk of investing in Reliance Large Cap Fund is moderately high. At least 80% of the total assets are invested in large cap stocks.

What are the loads associated with Reliance Large Cap Fund?

There is no entry load applicable on investments made in Reliance Large Cap Fund. Exit Loan: 10% of the units allocated can be redeemed without exit load, on or before completion of 12 months from the date of allotment of units. Redemption in excess of such limit during the first 12 months from the allotment date shall be subject to the below exit load. Redemption of units shall be on First in First out Basis:

  • 1% if redeemed or switched out on or prior to the completion of 12 months from the date of allotment of units
  • Nil, if redeemed or switched out following the completion of 12 months from the date of allotment of units Exit Load, if charged to the unit holders, will be credited to the scheme right away net of GST, if any. In accordance with SEBI circular No. SEBI/IMD/CIR No. 14/120784/08, w.e.f. April 1, 2008, entry load or exit load will not be charged for units allotted on reinvestment of dividend.

Who can invest in Reliance Large Cap Fund?

The units are offered to the public for subscription. The below persons are eligible to subscribe to the units:

  • Resident adult individuals, either single or jointly (not greater than three)
  • NRI and persons of Indian origin staying abroad, on a full repatriation basis
  • Parents or lawful guardians on behalf of minors
  • HUFs (taken in the name of HUF or Karta)
  • Companies, Bodies Corporate, Trusts (via Trustees) and Cooperative Societies
  • Indian government-approved International Multilateral Agencies
  • Army/Navy/Air Force / Para Military Units and other eligible institutions
  • Unincorporated body of persons (as may be accepted by Reliance Capital Trustee Co. Ltd.)
  • Partnership Firms
  • Banks and Financial Institutions
  • Religious and Charitable Trusts (via Trustees), Private Trusts authorised to invest in MF schemes under their Trust Deeds
  • Special Purpose Vehicles approved by appropriate authority
  • Scientific and Industrial Research Organisations
  • Trustee, AMC or Sponsor or their associates may subscribe to Units under the schemes
  • Qualified Foreign Investor
  • Foreign Portfolio Investors (as defined in Regulation 2(1)(h) of SEBI (Foreign Portfolio Investors) Regulations, 2014)
  • Such other individuals/institutions etc., as may be decided by the AMC

Where does an investor submit redemption request for Reliance Large Cap Fund?

The unitholder has to submit the transaction slip for a redemption/switch or request for closure of his or her account at any Designated Investor Service Centres of the Asset Management Company.