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How you can be invested in some of India’s largest listed companies with the Axis Nifty Next 50 Index Fund

The stunning rise in the stock market in 2021 has gotten more investors excited about equities – and it shows in the numbers. India’s Demat account holders more than doubled in three years to 7.38 crore as of October 2021.

The optimism in the market has led several investors to explore different mutual fund categories in accordance with their risk appetite and requirements. The mutual fund industry crossed a milestone of 10 crore folios in May 2021. In September 2021, the average assets under management (AAUM) of the Indian mutual funds industry stood at INR 37,40,791 crore.

Speaking of the India growth story, one of the mutual fund categories that have been drawing investor interest is the Nifty Next 50.

To help investors access the Nifty Next 50 index, Axis Mutual Fund has launched a new index fund, Axis Nifty Next 50 Index Fund, which tracks returns by investing in a basket of Nifty Next 50 stocks. The open-ended fund is suitable for investors who are looking for a long-term wealth creation solution.

In an engaging fireside chat, Ashwin Patni, Head Products and Alternatives, Axis AMC spoke to YS about Axis Mutual Fund’s new scheme and what it has to offer investors.

Here are the key takeaways:

Investing in India’s next generation market leaders

Simply put, the Axis Nifty Next 50 Index Fund gives an investor the vehicle to invest in a collection of companies that have the scope to become market heavyweights’ and are potential candidates for inclusion into the Nifty 50 index. In fact, over the last 18 years, more than 40 stocks have been upgraded to Nifty 50 – giving investors a chance to be part of a unique potential growth story.

“It’s a really interesting space,” says Ashwin, talking about how the fund is all about the next generation of market leaders. “Because these companies are already reasonably large, with the ability to grow further and even get to the top of the pyramid,” he adds.

What makes Axis MF’s Nifty Next 50 Index Fund stand out?

“At Axis, we stand for true-to-label products and high quality execution. We are also extremely focused on minimising risk in every aspect of our process and running very tightly managed portfolios, as far as tracking, etc, is concerned,” says Ashwin on what sets the Axis Nifty Next 50 Index Fund apart from the rest.

“I believe that when investors come to access products, they can come in with the comfort that they will get something which is very close to the basket, with an extremely sharp focus on efficient execution and minimising tracking error,” he adds.

The advantages of being passively managed

Talking about the key benefits and reasons for popularity of the passively managed index funds, Ashwin says, “With an active portfolio, you constantly revisit the companies on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Passive portfolios, on the other hand, are relatively stable, and the baskets tend to be fairly anchored over a period of time.”

“The advantage of a passive product is that it’s very easy and transparent in terms of what it is trying to do. Simple, transparent, and stable portfolios – that’s what passively-managed portfolios essentially stand for,” he adds.

A cost-effective investment option

Talking about how its minimum initial investment amount of just INR 5,000, lower expenses, a nil exit load made the fund a truly cost effective investment option for all classes of investors, Ashwin says, “It’s really simple. You could invest a few 1,000 rupees, you could invest a few lakhs, or you could invest a few crores. That’s the beauty of the mutual fund vehicle.”

“There are also a plethora of options, from apps to websites to distributors and investment advisors who also offer this product to investors,” adds Ashwin, speaking about how investors could access the fund, based on their comfort level.

Ashwin also equated investing in mutual funds to taking a subscription service. “When you take a subscription, you do the groundwork, right, you understand why you’re taking it, what is the objective? What is the horizon? Do the same homework for a mutual fund,” he advises.

The Axis Nifty Next 50 Index Fund NFO opened on 7th January and closes on 21st January 2022.

Source: NIFTY Indices, AMFI, Axis MF Research data as on 30th November 2021

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(The product labelling assigned during the New Fund Offer is based on internal assessment of the Scheme Characteristics or the model portfolio and the same may vary post NFO when actual investments are made)

About Axis AMC: Axis AMC is one of India`s fastest growing assets managers offering a comprehensive bouquet of asset management products across mutual funds, portfolio management services and alternative investments.

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