Mirae Asset Large Cap mutual fund review: Return profile has visibly slipped of late


ET Wealth collaborates with Value Research to analyse top mutual funds. We examine the key fundamentals

of the fund, its portfolio and performance to help you make an informed investment decision.

BASIC FACTS
DATE OF LAUNCH


4 APRIL 2008

CATEGORY

EQUITY

TYPE

LARGE CAP

AUM*

Rs.31,722 crore

BENCHMARK

NIFTY 100 TOTAL

RETURN INDEX

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WHAT IT COSTS

NAV**
GROWTH OPTION


Rs.71.96

IDCW

Rs.21.72

MINIMUM INVESTMENT

Rs.5,000

MINIMUM SIP AMOUNT

Rs.1,000

EXPENSE RATIO*** (%)

1.59

EXIT LOAD

1% for redemption within 365 days

*AS ON 30 APRIL 2022
***AS ON 31 MARCH 2022
**AS ON 10 MAY 2022

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FUND MANAGER


GAURAV MISRA

TENURE: 3 YEARS, 3 MONTHS

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Recent portfolio changes
New Entrants


Asian Paints, , .

Complete Exits

Bharat Petroleum Corporation.

Increasing allocation

EPL, Gland Pharma,

, , HDFC, , Jubilant FoodWorks, , , .

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Should you buy?


A multi-cap fund until 2018, this fund was repositioned as a large-cap fund, but moved easily to its new mandate given its historical large-cap bias. The fund retains focus on quality growth names, along with some representation of ideas from the value zone. The portfolio is heavily diversified but retains large positions in its top bets. Along with the change in mandate, the fund also underwent a change in stewardship.

After years of delivering consistent outperformance, the fund’s return profile has visibly slipped of late, owing to two bad years in 2020 and current year. Its superior downside performance has also faltered. Even as the new fund manager needs time to prove execution, investors should be watchful for sustained drag on performance.

(Source: Value Research)



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