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Tata Gilt Mid Term Fund

Debt Fund

Investors who prefer to invest in debt instruments with minimal credit risk will find government securities one of the ideal investment avenue as it provides both the accrual income and capital appreciation opportunities at the same time has less or no credit risk as compared to corporate debt securities.

Asset Allocation
Instrument Indicative Allocations (% of total assets) Risk Profile
Minimum Maximum High/Medium/Low
Government Securities having residual maturity upto 15 years 65 100 Low to Sovereign
Money Market Instruments 0 35 Low to Medium

Currently investment in securitised debt is not envisaged. The Scheme will have maximum derivative gross notional position of 50% of the net assets of the scheme. Investment in derivative instrument may be done for hedging and portfolio balancing.

Who should invest / Key Attributes
  • Ideal for Investors :
    • Investors looking for accrual and capital appreciation income in the medium term
    • Lower Credit risk as compared to other debt funds due to predominant exposure to Government securities
    • Looking for avenues to invest in government securities
  • Key Attributes :
    • Lower Credit risk as compared to other debt funds due to predominant exposure to Government securities
    • Opportunity to actively participate in Government securities
    • Accrual income from medium maturities government securities

Fund Manager

Akhil Mittal

Akhil MittalAkhil Mittal joined Tata Asset Management in June 2014 as a senior fund manager.

At Tata Asset Management, Akhil manages debt funds including ultra-short funds, short & long duration funds and fixed income allocation in hybrid funds.

Akhil started his career in 2004 at Rallis India Limited where he worked till 2006 in the treasury department looking after working capital management, foreign exchange management & banking.

Akhil moved to Edelweiss Securities Limited in 2006, where he worked in the Corporate Treasury & resources department looking after resource mobilization, working capital management, banking & investments.

Later, Akhil joined Canara Robeco Asset Management Co Ltd as a fund manager (fixed income funds) from Sept 2008 till Nov 2010 & from March 2011 to June 2014; he managed various Fixed Income portfolios including money market funds, duration funds & hybrid funds.

Akhil also had a brief stint with Principal PNB Asset Management Co Ltd from Nov 2010 to Feb 2011 handling various income funds.

Akhil Mittal is a B.Com graduate & holds an MBA degree from University Business School.

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Scheme Information

The investment objective of the scheme is to provide reasonable returns and high liquidity to the Unitholders by investing predominantly in Government Securities having residual maturity upto 15 years.

Nature of scheme

An open ended debt scheme investing predominantly in Government Securities.

Date of Allotment
24 Jun 2010
Options / Plan
Tata Gilt Mid Term Fund
Regular Plan (Routed through Distributor)
  • - Growth
  • - Periodic Dividend
  • - Quarterly Dividend
Direct Plan (w.e.f. 1st Jan 2013)
  • - Growth
  • - Periodic Dividend
  • - Quarterly Dividend
Entry Load
Exit Load
Min. Purchase Amount
Min. Additional Purchase Amt.
1,000/- & in multiple of 1/- thereafter
Min. Redemption Amt. / Units*
500 or 50 Units
Frequency No. of Installments Min. Installment Amt.
Monthly 12 500/-
6 1,000/-
Quarterly 6 1,000/-
4 1,500/-
Systematic Withdrawal Plan
Monthly / Quarterly
Min. Withdrawal Amt.

*There is no minimum amount requirement in case unitholder is opting for an all units switch.

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