Last 30 days saw GILT funds lose their AUM. Credit Risk funds also continued their AUM losing streak. But a big surprise happened in the form of Floating Rate category. The category saw big inflows. Here is a low down on various categories.

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Money Market category was the biggest gainer in absolute AUM terms (Rs Crores) with AUM increase of Rs 8061 Crores. Biggest losers were GILT funds as they lost Rs 1879 Crores during last 30 days.

Table 1

Change of AUM in Crores & Percentage Terms over last 30 days

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Floating rate category got good attention last month. The AUM has grown by 13.33%. Perhaps investors find this category well placed in the uncertain macro-economic scenario.

Table 2

Top 15 Debt Schemes that lost AUM during last 30 Days

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Top 15 Debt Schemes that gained AUM during last 30 days


By Sameer Rastogi

18 years of experience, PG in Finance and has delivered Wealth Management lectures at IIM Lucknow, IBS Gurgaon and IIPM Delhi. Contributed to various newspapers. Strength – Application of Economic fundamentals to Investment

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