Nippon India ETF 1
Nippon India ETF 2-2
Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Limited (RNAM) is one of the largest asset managers with more than 24 years of experience in managing wealth of investors. To cater to the increasing demand for passive management, RNAM offers a variety of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) under “Nippon India ETFs”.
Why Equity ETF?
Ease of transaction – Can be easily bought / sold like any other stock on the exchange through terminals spread across the country
Ease of Liquidity – Can be bought / sold anytime during market hours (subject to availability of buyer/seller) at prices prevailing in the market. Thus, investor transacts at real-time prices
Low Cost – Generally less expensive than investing in multiple individual securities or a mutual fund
Other Special Features
• Instant diversification through exposure to a large number of stocks by purchasing as low as 1 unit
• Buying / selling at close to live price and not end-of-day, also ability to put limit orders
• Authorized Participants / Large investors can buy in creation unit size directly from the AMC at Live Prices in creation unit sizes
Nippon India ETF Bank BeES
Investment Objective Nippon India ETF Bank BeES
The investment objective of Nippon India ETF Bank BeES is to provide returns that, before expenses, closely correspond to the total returns of the Securities as represented by the Nifty Bank Index. There can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme will be achieved.
Positioning – Nippon India ETF Bank BeES
• Nippon India ETF Bank BeES is an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) listed on NSE & BSE, and invests in stocks of Nifty Bank Index in the same proportion as the underlying Index
• Nippon India ETF Bank BeES is less expensive than investing in individual securities of the Nifty Bank Index.
• It provides an opportunity to investors for passively investing in a well-expanded portfolio of top banks as per free float market capitalization, as approximately represented by Nifty Bank Index
Benefits of investing in Nippon India ETF Bank BeES
Well Defined Portfolio: Nippon India ETF Bank BeES investment strategy & stock selection is clearly defined; it would replicate the Nifty Bank Index & invest only in companies forming the index in the same proportion as the underlying index
Diversification: Buying a single unit currently offers diversification of 12 stocks in the banking sector
Transparency: Nifty Bank Index constituents are made available in public domain on a daily basis by NSE
Liquidity: ETF units are traded on exchanges & can be easily liquidated during trading hours (subject to availability of buyer/Seller). Authorized Participants / Large Investors also have the option of coming to the AMC for procurement/sale of units in creation unit sizes (10,000 units with 1 unit equivalent to 1/100th of Nifty Bank Index)
Margin for trading: Nippon India ETF Bank BeES is accepted as margin for trading on NSE & BSE with applicable haircut
Hedging option available: Nippon India ETF Bank BeES allows one to take exposure to the banking sector with relatively less stock specific risk, as risk gets diversified among basket of stocks
Index track Record: Launched in Sep-2003
Source: NSE & NSE Indices Ltd.
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