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  1. 1. Product range (Minimum Recommended Investment Period (MRIP) 1 day Liquid 3months 5 years4 years3 years2 years1 year Arbitrage Hybrid Funds Diversified Funds Ultra Short Debt Short Term Debt Medium Term Debt Large Cap Mid & Small Cap Long Term Debt Index Funds Tax Savings “Investor should consult their financial advisors”.
  2. 2. Index From the Managing Director’s Desk Market Overview From the CMO’s Desk Snapshot of Equity Funds Equity LargeCap Diversified Cap Midcap & Small Cap TaxSaving Thematic Arbitrage Index Fund SBI Blue Chip Fund SBI Magnum Equity Fund SBI Magnum Multicap Fund SBI Contra Fund SBI Magnum Multiplier Fund SBI Magnum MidCap Fund SBI Magnum Global Fund SBI Small & Midcap Fund SBI Magnum Taxgain Scheme SBI Pharma Fund SBI Banking And Financial Services Fund SBI PSU Fund SBI Magnum Comma Fund SBI Infrastructure Fund SBI FMCG Fund SBI IT Fund SBI Gold Fund SBI Arbitrage Opportunities Fund SBI Nifty Index Fund SBI Emerging Businesses Fund 1 2 4 5 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 13
  3. 3. Index Snapshot of Hybrid Funds How to read the Factsheet Hybrid Fund Total Expense Ratios Disclaimer SBI Funds Management Pvt Ltd Branches SBI Magnum Balanced Fund SBI Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund SBI Magnum Monthly Income Plan SBI Magnum Monthly Income Plan – Floater SBI Magnum Children's Benefit Plan SBI Equity Savings Fund SBI Magnum Gilt Fund – Long Term Plan SBI Magnum Income Fund SBI Dynamic Bond Fund SBI Corporate Bond Fund SBI Regular Savings Fund SBI Short Term Debt Fund SBI Magnum Gilt Fund – Short Term Plan SBI Ultra Short Term Debt Fund SBI Savings Fund SBI Treasury Advantage Fund SBI Premier Liquid Fund SBI Magnum InstaCash Fund SBI Magnum InstaCash Fund – Liquid Floater 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 63 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 55 57 58 61 62 Snapshot of Debt Funds Comparative Performance for all Schemes Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) DEBT Long Term Short Term Ultrashort Liquid Medium Term Dividend History Of Debt & Hybrid Funds
  4. 4. From the Managing Director’s Desk Dear Friends, Managing Director & CEO The Indian equity indices have reached new highs as the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from July 1 has taken effect. Markets continue to be fuelled by domestic inflows on the back of a good start to the monsoon season and probable benefits on domestic consumption due to GST. The mutual fund industry’s asset base rose 7% this quarter driven largely by strong retail participation in SIPs. Non-metros (B-15 locations) continued to outpace the top cities (T- 15 locations) during this time with more allocations through SIPs. These markets will be the bedrock of the growth of the industry as the benefits of the country’s growth and policies lead to increase in income and savings levels. Net investments by mutual fund houses have been twice the amount of FIIs, around Rs. 29,000 crore, in the first quarter of the current financial year buoyed by the strong inflows. As the SIP flows are now sustainably over Rs. 4,000 crore, the fund houses will continue to provide some stability vis-à-vis FIIs while seeking the right opportunities as markets reach new highs. A lot of investors might be looking at markets levels right now and wondering whether it is the right time to invest. This indecision is compounded when taking into consideration the falling interest rates for small savings schemes like NSC; PPF etc. For many their investment plans will need a re-look. Mutual Funds fit in well here. For those have a low risk appetite or who are nearing retirement, debt-based mutual funds or hybrid funds which have a lower equity allocation work well to provide better inflation-adjusted returns. As always, before you make a decision on an investment do consult a financial/tax advisor to see how it compares with other options but rest assured whatever your goals are there is a mutual fund scheme for you. And, many facilities like Systematic Transfer Plans, Systematic Withdrawal Plans and Triggers make it more convenient for you to invest. Finally, I am pleased to share with you that SBI Mutual Fund completed 30 years of operations on June 29, 2017. Since 1987, the company’s mission has been to help investors achieve their financial goals by providing class leading products and services. Being a part of State Bank of India, we are proud of our parentage and the joint venture with AMUNDI, Europe’s largest investment manager, helps us bring best-in-class practices to our risk management, research and investment processes. We have been part of many firsts in the industry, possible due to the unflinching support of our partners, investors and employees. While 30 amazing years are behind us, your trust in us continues to strengthen our resolve to make the next 30 years even better. Warm Regards, Anuradha Rao Anuradha Rao MD & CEO 01
  5. 5. Market Overview Navneet Munot ED & CIO Indian equity market had depicted a gain of 16.3% in 1H 2017, albeit marginally less than emerging market returns of 17.2% (for MSCI-EM). The market fell 1% during the last month. That said, July started on a positive note as market cheered the country’s transition to Goods and Services tax (GST) - envisaged to be a game changing reform in the economic history of India. Adoption of GST makes the country a common market for all goods and services that come under the GST base. Such a large and transformational reform will have its fair share of glitches. Teething problems are bound to occur and would likely have been experienced irrespective of the timing of GST rollout. For instance, firms have run down their inventories in the run up to GST and may take a couple of months to replenish the stock. The business focus has been diverted towards near-term implementation challenges and in reassessing the viability of operations. There are concerns about whether small and medium enterprises have created the requisite infrastructure, how the IT backbone will hold up, and also about residual design issues. This is a radical change and one gets a general sense of business confusion and uncertainty. Businesses, relying on tax avoidance as the main source of profitability, are reassessing their viability. This could induce near-term job losses and low investment too as businesses focus on improving efficiency in the process of entering the formal economy. There could be a growth hit in the first quarter. However, once the system stabilizes, one can envisage significant efficiency and productivity gains for the Indian market. A common market should significantly ease the movement of goods and services across the country, reduce transactions costs and boost efficiency as firms will be forced to decide investments, supply chains and business models on economic criteria, rather than being constrained by tax considerations. All this should have a significant impact on total factor productivity over time. The self-policing nature of the new taxation regime is likely to increase compliance, broaden the tax base and eventually boost tax revenues. Furthermore, in principle, a broader indirect tax-base should spill-over into a broader direct tax base, as big-data can be used to ensure that new indirect-taxpayers are also in the net for direct taxes. Finally, with effective tax rates on goods coming down but those on services going up, and with large portions of the CPI exempt from tax, we expect the impact on CPI inflation to be minimal – something echoed by the RBI – presuming that both tax hikes and cuts are symmetrically passed through to consumers. Real estate Regulation Act (RERA) and RBI ordinance are other bold measures taken during the last quarter. In principle, the RERA rules have the ability to clean the real estate mess lurking in the economy from the past cycle. But with real estate being the state subject, the real clean-up depends on the states’ willingness to adopt it. So far, Maharashtra has been prompt to adopt the rules in an almost entirety. In a bold step, RBI identified 12 large NPA accounts which require increased provisioning by the banks. Banks have also been asked to resolve 55 cases of bad loans within six months or refer to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. We have constantly been emphasizing the fast-track clean-up required in the banks lest the economy to grow to its full potential. That said, higher provisioning could lead to muted earnings for banks going ahead. On top of 02
  6. 6. that, earnings over 1H FY18 could also be disrupted from the GST implementation, thus challenging the 20% of NIFTY earnings growth penciled in by the market. Market is counting on fiscal stimulus from the recent farm loan waiver decisions. But if history is anything to learn by, the full disbursement of funds will take a couple of years. Valuations are already rich owing primarily to robust equity market participation by FIIs and Domestic Mutual funds. Together, they have invested US$ 14.7 billion this year. Sensex is trading around 19 times 1-year forward earnings as investors bet on the long-term growth potential of the economy. Indian economy is an interesting situation of structural long-term growth, but protracted cyclical challenges. GST, structured to boost tax and logistic efficiency, lower inflation and rebalancing of the real estate market boosting the financial savings and thus reducing the cost of investment, digitalization, stabilizing land prices and cheap labor augurs well for long-term growth and corporate profitability. That said, myriad of cyclical challenges such as bank stress, high private sector leverage and hence low investment, sector specific challenges (IT and pharma) and tax disruption clouds the near-term earnings trajectory. The pick-up in global trade cycle and likely focus on global infrastructure and defense spending are positive for Indian exports which move in tight sync with the global exports. However, barring Japan, the central banks have recognized the need to end or reverse the quantitative easing. The global monetary and hence liquidity tightening will have its repercussion on the FII inflows and one needs to be cognizant of that. That said, reserves accumulation by the RBI since 2014 makes India relatively well prepared to withstand the shock. Coming to the bond market, the recent fall in food inflation has been unexpectedly acute. Favorable monsoon and sowing pattern thus far into the Kharif season, contained MSP announcement and weakness in global food prices adds to the comfort of the food inflation trajectory. The present print of ~2% inflation looks unsustainable and near-term uncertainty around inflation has accentuated owing to multiple factors of 7th Pay commission implementation, GST, unsustainably low food prices, fiscal profligacy in farm loan. But despite all this, one could comfortably fathom inflation to average around 4% over the next couple of years owing to falling cost of production and productivity gains that we discussed earlier. Further, broad economic activity is weak with most of the economic fire-power coming from government spending (both revenue and capital). In fact, interestingly while the FY17 GDP growth was 7.1%, government expenditure grew by 21% during the period. Government spending contributed 2% pt to India’s growth- second only to private consumption growth (with 4.8% contribution). Thus, the near-term growth inflation dynamics warrants the incremental accommodation in RBI’s monetary policy. Rupee’s 5% appreciation in 2017 against the US$ makes it one of the best performers among its peers. A stable current account, strong foreign investments and the possibility of weak crude prices imply near-term stability in rupee. Strong rupee returns have been an additional impetus to FII inflow in India. The debt market had a whopping inflow of US$ 14.6 billion between January to June. This has led the FX reserves to go up by US$ 22 billion in 2017 (till 23rd June) and RBI’s long forward position to go up from near nil to US$ 13.5 billion as of April end. Speculation runs that if the central bank is unable to roll-over its forward book, it could further add to the liquidity glut of the market. While the central bank has decided to conduct a Rs. 100 billion of OMO sale in 1st week of July, it has been re-emphasizing that they will be doing so in a non-disruptive fashion. Owing to these mix of factors, liquidity may take its own sweet time to normalize. The favorable liquidity and growth inflation dynamics makes us more confident to maintain relatively high duration in our portfolio. Navneet Munot, CIO – SBI Funds management Private Limited (Mutual funds' investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.) 03
  7. 7. Dear Friends, Executive Director & CMO (Domestic Business) The mutual fund industry continues its momentum, with inflows of over Rs. 28,000 crore in equity mutual funds in the April – June 2017 quarter, a significant growth from over a year ago. A shift in inflows to equity-oriented schemes is primarily due to low yields and unattractiveness in traditional investment avenues like small savings schemes (Fixed Deposits, PPF, NSC etc.), Gold and Real Estate. This momentum should continue even though the equity markets are at all-time highs as our economic fundamentals remain strong. Mutual Funds are only going to thrive from here as investors now have realised the power of financial investments. Investor Education will continue to play a strong role for the industry as we need to continue to educate investors and savers both about mutual funds and how they are an ideal investment option for any financial goal. The growth in SIPs we have seen has been a great testimony to growing maturity of investors to create wealth for the long term. We at SBI Mutual Fund continue to see sustained inflows into our equity funds through SIPs. Our live SIP folios are moving towards the 2 million landmark, with over 2.6 lacs added in the 1st quarter of FY 17, and our monthly SIP book value now stands at Rs. 500 crore and growing further. It is a testament to the trust reposed in us and the timing could not have been better as the fund house completed 30 years of its operations on June 29, 2017. We are proud of our parentage with State Bank of India. Our association with AMUNDI, Europe's largest investment manager, has given us access to global best practices in Risk Management, Research and Investment Processes. As a fund house, we have strived to increase our reach to the furthest corners of the country and give investors access to mutual funds as an investment option. We feel satisfied of what we have achieved so far and shall continue to do our bit so as to become the Fund Manager to every Indian. Our website and branches are both good sources of information and help for those seeking to know more about mutual funds and us. Anytime is a good time to invest but the earlier you begin the better it gets with mutual funds. As always, we value your investments and look forward to your continued patronage. Warm Regards, D.P.Singh D.P. Singh ED & CMO (Domestic Business) 04 From the CMO’s Desk
  8. 8. PortfolioClassificationByIndustryAllocation(%)ason30June2017 PortfolioClassificationByIndustry Allocation(%)(Top10) OtherDetails ExitLoadWithin1Year-1%Within1Year-1%Within6Months-1%; 6Monthsto1Year- 0.50% Within1Year-1%Within1Year-1%Within1Year-1%Within1Year-1% FinancialServices29.34 Automobile10.90 ConsumerGoods9.33 Energy6.93 Construction6.54 Pharma5.93 IT5.43 Fertilisers&Pesticides4.35 Industrial Manufacturing3.97 Cement&Cement Products3.53 FinancialServices37.00 IT13.80 ConsumerGoods11.18 Energy11.06 Pharma6.56 Services5.21 Construction4.11 Automobile3.88 Telecom3.42 Media&Entertainment1.99 FinancialServices28.05 ConsumerGoods15.01 Energy9.98 Automobile8.52 IT6.39 Construction5.86 Metals4.57 Pharma4.03 Industrial Manufacturing2.83 Cement&Cement Products2.81 FinancialServices32.94 Services9.21 IT8.82 Pharma8.64 ConsumerGoods8.14 Construction7.78 Automobile6.58 Energy5.17 Industrial Manufacturing4.30 Telecom2.36 FinancialServices26.51 ConsumerGoods21.49 Energy10.69 Automobile9.29 Pharma5.99 Industrial Manufacturing3.78 Construction3.67 Fertilisers& Pesticides3.61 Services3.47 IT3.38 FinancialServices19.45 ConsumerGoods14.30 Industrial Manufacturing13.28 Pharma12.43 Fertilisers&Pesticides7.66 Construction5.74 Services5.15 HealthcareServices4.49 Cement&Cement Products4.45 IT2.38 Industrial Manufacturing18.00 ConsumerGoods16.51 FinancialServices12.53 Services11.75 Automobile9.09 Chemicals6.86 Pharma5.91 Textiles4.57 Fertilisers&Pesticides4.05 Construction2.16 FundDetailsason30June2017 MonthEndAUM(Rs.inCrores)`14,292.59Crores`2,050.23Crores`2,498.71Crores`1,770.41Crores`1,860.84Crores`3,796.72Crores`3,077.65Crores PortfolioTurnover1.030.540.420.790.950.450.37 ExpenseRatio Regular-1.97% Direct-1.12% Regular-2.10% Direct-1.53% Regular-2.07%, Direct-1.22% Regular-2.12%, Direct-1.61% Regular-2.11% Direct-1.74% Regular-2.03%, Direct-1.17% Regular-2.05%, Direct-1.39% StandardDeviation Beta SharpeRatio 12.21% 0.86 0.76 13.23% 0.94 0.49 14.04% 0.98 0.85 13.98% 0.96 0.52 13.98% 1.00 0.70 14.02% 0.76 1.08 12.19% 0.64 0.77 SchemeNameSBIBlueChipFund SBIMagnum EquityFund SBIMagnum MulticapFund SBIContraFund (PreviouslyknownasSBI MSFU-ContraFund) SBIMagnumMultiplier Fund(Previouslyknownas SBIMagnumMultiplierPlus Scheme1993) SBIMagnum MidcapFund SBIMagnum GlobalFund IdealInvestmentHorizon4years+3years+4years+5years+4years+5years+5years+ InceptionDate14/02/200601/01/199129/09/200514/07/199928/02/199329/03/200530/09/1994 FundManagerMs.SohiniAndaniMr.R.SrinivasanMr.AnupUpadhyayMr.R.SrinivasanMr.SaurabhPantMs.SohiniAndaniMr.R.Srinivasan ManagingSinceSep-2010May-2009Feb-2017Jun-2011Sep-2016July-2010May-2009 BenchmarkS&PBSE100IndexNifty50IndexS&PBSE500IndexS&PBSE100IndexS&PBSE200Index NiftyMidSmallcap 400Index S&PBSEMidSmallCap Index PortfolioClassificationByAssetAllocation(%)ason30June2017 LargeCap(%) MidCap(%) SmallCap(%) OtherAssets(%) 71.55 18.66 9.78 - 98.21 - 1.79 - 64.48 23.77 8.65 3.10 52.80 25.60 12.06 9.54 63.56 25.74 8.69 2.01 6.07 76.62 12.25 5.06 10.07 72.14 11.85 5.94 SnapshotofEquityFunds Pleaseconsultyourfinancialadvisorbeforeinvesting. 05
  9. 9. PortfolioClassificationByIndustryAllocation(%)ason30June2017 PortfolioClassificationByIndustry Allocation(%)(Top10) FinancialServices28.32 ConsumerGoods19.11 Industrial Manufacturing13.07 Services12.12 Pharma11.21 Chemicals7.30 Cash&Other Recivables5.05 Automobile2.89 CBLO0.91 ConsumerGoods21.94 Industrial Manufacturing19.19 Chemicals17.25 Services11.36 Pharma6.76 Automobile6.54 Textiles5.00 Media& Entertainment3.46 Construction3.06 Cement&Cement Products2.02 FinancialServices33.01 ConsumerGoods12.20 Automobile9.36 Energy7.94 Construction6.42 Pharma5.27 Services4.65 Cement&Cement Products4.56 IT3.70 Industrial Manufacturing3.02 Pharma83.93 HealthcareServices12.42 Cash&Other Recivables-0.95 CBLO4.60 FinancialServices93.43 ConsumerGoods1.19 Cash&Other Recivables0.10 CBLO5.28 Energy50.29 FinancialServices23.17 Construction6.04 Industrial Manufacturing5.23 Services4.33 Metals3.42 Cash&Other Recivables-0.09 CBLO7.61 Energy37.19 Metals17.56 Cement&Cement Products13.68 Fertilisers& Pesticides10.32 Automobile6.77 Chemicals4.65 Industrial Manufacturing4.60 ConsumerGoods1.41 Cash&Other Recivables-2.55 CBLO6.37 FundDetailsason30June2017 MonthEndAUM(Rs.inCrores)`1,920.07Crores`706.95Crores`5,663.47Crores`932.04Crores`414.75Crores`208.53Crores`297.69Crores PortfolioTurnover0.320.390.710.56-0.360.63 ExpenseRatio Regular-2.11% Direct-1.44% Regular-2.38% Direct-1.49% Regular-2.00%, Direct-1.55% Regular-2.28%, Direct-1.28% Regular-2.51% Direct-1.67% Regular-2.57%, Direct-2.20% Regular-2.53%, Direct-1.99% StandardDeviation Beta SharpeRatio 12.52% 0.76 0.74 17.16% 0.79 1.29 13.27% 0.94 0.48 17.89% 0.95 0.34 - - - 16.94% 0.87 -0.06 15.49% 0.83 0.34 SchemeName SBIEmerging BusinessesFund (PreviouslyknownasSBI MSFU-Emerging BusinessesFund) SBISmall& MidcapFund SBIMagnum TaxgainScheme SBIPharmaFund SBIBanking& FinancialServices Fund SBIPSUFund SBIMagnum COMMAFund IdealInvestmentHorizon5years+5years+3years+TacticalTacticalTacticalTactical InceptionDate11/10/200409/09/200931/03/199314/07/199926/02/201507/07/201008/08/2005 FundManagerMr.R.SrinivasanMr.R.Srinivasan Mr.Dinesh Balachandran Mr.TanmayaDesaiMs.SohiniAndaniMr.RichardD'souzaMr.RichardD'souza ManagingSinceMay-2009Nov-2013Sep-2016Jun-2011Feb-2015Aug-2014Aug-2014 BenchmarkS&PBSE500IndexS&PBSESmallCapIndexS&PBSE100Index S&PBSEHEALTHCARE Index NiftyFinancialServices S&PBSEPSUINDEXNiftyCommodities Index PortfolioClassificationByAssetAllocation(%)ason30June2017 LargeCap(%) MidCap(%) SmallCap(%) OtherAssets(%) 26.98 48.21 18.86 5.96 - 32.53 64.06 3.41 74.18 23.00 2.30 0.52 35.67 50.58 10.10 3.65 83.68 9.42 1.19 5.71 63.83 28.65 - 7.52 57.45 22.74 16.00 3.82 OtherDetails ExitLoadWithin1Year-1%Within1Year-1%NILWithin15Days-0.50%Within1Year-1%Within1Year-1%Within1Year-1% SnapshotofEquityFunds Pleaseconsultyourfinancialadvisorbeforeinvesting. 06
  10. 10. PortfolioClassificationByIndustryAllocation(%)ason30June2017 PortfolioClassificationByIndustry Allocation(%)(Top10) Construction27.53 Industrial Manufacturing19.56 Energy18.26 Telecom13.08 Services12.45 Cement&Cement Products3.16 Automobile2.66 Cash&Other Recivables1.41 CBLO1.89 ConsumerGoods94.40 Textiles4.69 Cash&Other Recivables-0.06 CBLO0.97 IT97.09 Cash&Other Recivables-1.54 CBLO4.45 MutualFund99.84 Cash&Other Recivables-0.15 CBLO0.31 FinancialServices25.91 Services7.90 Cement&Cement Products7.12 Automobile6.41 Telecom5.91 Media&Entertainment5.73 Energy4.80 ConsumerGoods4.31 Pharma4.14 Industrial Manufacturing3.86 FinancialServices33.69 Energy12.54 IT11.16 ConsumerGoods10.75 Automobile10.60 Pharma4.45 Metals3.81 Construction3.70 Telecom2.04 Cement&Cement Products1.94 FundDetailsason30June2017 MonthEndAUM(Rs.inCrores)`573.01Crores`337.33Crores`56.28Crores`425.37Crores`765.09Crores`219.04Crores PortfolioTurnover0.690.170.29-10.400.71 ExpenseRatio Regular-2.42% Direct-1.90% Regular-2.53% Direct-1.79% Regular-2.70% Direct-2.15% Regular-0.52%, Direct-0.13% Regular-0.91%, Direct-0.43% Regular-0.66%, Direct-0.27% StandardDeviation Beta SharpeRatio 14.95% 0.71 0.39 14.94% 0.98 0.85 15.18% 0.80 -0.003 - - - 0.56% 1.20 0.58 - - - SchemeName SBIInfrastructure Fund SBIFMCGFund (PreviouslyknownasSBI MSFU-FMCGFund) SBIITFund (PreviouslyknownasSBI MSFU-ITFund) SBIGoldFund SBIArbitrage OpportunitiesFund SBINiftyIndexFund (PreviouslyknownasSBIMagnum IndexFund) IdealInvestmentHorizonTacticalTacticalTacticalTactical3months3years+ InceptionDate06/07/200714/07/199914/07/199912/09/201103/11/200617/01/2002 FundManagerMr.RichardD'souzaMr.SaurabhPantMr.AnupUpadhyayMr.RaviprakashSharmaMr.NeerajKumar Mr.Raviprakash Sharma ManagingSinceAug-2014Jun-2011Jun-2011Sep-2011Oct-2012Feb-2011 Benchmark NiftyInfrastructure Index S&PBSEFastMoving ConsumerGoodsIndex S&PBSE-Information TechnologyIndex PriceofPhysicalGold CRISILLiquidFund Index Nifty50Index PortfolioClassificationByAssetAllocation(%)ason30June2017 LargeCap(In%) MidCap(In%) SmallCap(In%) OtherAssets(In%) 38.27 37.31 21.12 3.30 59.73 20.64 18.72 0.91 63.61 25.89 - 10.51 - - - 100.00 26.71 39.93 0.15 33.21 95.80 0.39 - 3.81 OtherDetails ExitLoadWithin1Year-1%Within15Days-0.50%Within15Days-0.50%Within1Year-1%Within1Month-0.50%Nil SnapshotofEquityFunds Pleaseconsultyourfinancialadvisorbeforeinvesting.07
  11. 11. 08 EQUITY-LARGE CAP Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 34.9294 Reg-Plan-Dividend 19.8776 Dir-Plan-Dividend 23.5613 Dir-Plan-Growth 36.2961 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 23-Sep-16 (Reg Plan) 1.00 18.5964 23-Sep-16 (Dir Plan) 1.20 21.8569 17-Jul-15 (Reg Plan) 2.50 17.6880 17-Jul-15 (Dir Plan) 2.90 20.5395 21- Mar-14 (Reg Plan) 1.80 12.7618 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investment in equity shares of companies whose market capitalization is at least equal to or more than the least market capitalized stock of S&P BSE 100 index to provide long term capital growth opportunities. SBI Blue Chip Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide investors with opportunities for long-term growth in capital through an active management of investments in a diversified basket of equity stocks of companies whose market capitalization is at least equal to or more than the least market capitalized stock of S&P BSE 100 Index. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 12.21% 0.86 0.76 1.03 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Financial Services 29.34 Automobile 10.90 Consumer Goods 9.33 Energy 6.93 Construction 6.54 Pharma 5.93 IT 5.43 Fertilisers & Pesticides 4.35 Industrial Manufacturing 3.97 Cement & Cement Products 3.53 Metals 2.39 Healthcare Services 1.93 Chemicals 0.62 Cash & Other Recivables -4.29 Futures 4.72 CBLO 8.24 Fixed Deposits 0.14 Large Cap Midcap FuturesCash & Other Current Assets • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Ms. Sohini Andani Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Growth Scheme 14/02/2006 30/06/2017 14,204.29 Crores 14,292.59 Crores Sep-2010 Over 22 years S&P BSE 100 Index For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO HDFC Bank Ltd. 8.29 Larsen & Toubro Ltd. 4.46 ITC Ltd. 4.07 UPL Ltd. 2.95 Infosys Ltd. 2.93 Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. 2.92 Nestle India Ltd. 2.90 Reliance Industries Ltd. 2.86 Indusind Bank Ltd. 2.68 State Bank Of India 2.63 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 2.57 HCL Technologies Ltd. 2.50 Bharat Electronics Ltd. 2.48 Cholamandalam Investment And Finance Company Ltd. 2.36 Hero Motocorp Ltd. 2.16 Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 2.11 Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd. 1.98 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. 1.90 ICICI Bank Ltd. 1.88 Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. 1.66 HDFC Ltd. 1.66 Strides Shasun Ltd. 1.59 Titan Company Ltd. 1.58 Hindalco Industries Ltd. 1.57 Ultratech Cement Ltd. 1.52 Voltas Ltd. 1.48 Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd. 1.42 The Ramco Cements Ltd. 1.41 PI Industries Ltd. 1.40 Aurobindo Pharma Ltd. 1.39 Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 1.36 The Federal Bank Ltd. 1.22 LIC Housing Finance Ltd. 1.18 Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd. 1.10 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Apollo Hospitals Enterprises Ltd. 1.04 Tata Motors Ltd. (Dvr-A-Ordy) 0.85 Eicher Motors Ltd. 0.84 Shriram City Union Finance Ltd. 0.79 Divi's Laboratories Ltd. 0.73 Pidilite Industries Ltd. 0.62 Fag Bearings India Ltd. 0.62 Sadbhav Engineering Ltd. 0.61 Grasim Industries Ltd. 0.60 Petronet LNG Ltd. 0.60 Hudco Ltd. 0.58 Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 0.55 Thermax Ltd. 0.52 Dr. Lal Path Labs Ltd. 0.49 Coal India Ltd. 0.44 Narayana Hrudayalaya Ltd. 0.41 Britannia Industries Ltd. 0.40 Tata Steel Ltd. 0.38 Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care Ltd. 0.38 SKF India Ltd. 0.35 Tata Motors Ltd. 0.26 Motilal Oswal Securities Ltd CP Mat 28.07.2017. 0.42 HDFC Bank Ltd. 0.14 HDFC Ltd. 0.56 Equity Shares Total 90.22 Commercial Paper Total 0.42 Fixed Deposits Total 0.14 CBLO 8.24 Cash & Other Receivables (4.29) Futures 4.72 Warrants Total 0.56 Grand Total 100.00 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 71.55 18.66 5.06 4.72
  12. 12. 09 EQUITY-LARGE CAP Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 88.6063 Reg-Plan-Dividend 30.9490 Dir-Plan-Dividend 36.5951 Dir-Plan-Growth 91.3887 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 30-May-17 (Reg Plan) 2.00 30.8936 (Dir Plan) 2.50 36.502730-May-17 29-Apr-16 (Reg Plan) 4.50 27.4893 29-Apr-16 (Dir Plan) 5.00 32.3240 24-Apr-15 (Reg Plan) 6.00 31.7479 24-Apr-15 (Dir Plan) 7.00 36.7592 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investments in high growth companies along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme through investments primarily in equities. SBI Magnum Equity Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide the investor long-term capital appreciation by investing in high growth companies along with the liquidity of an o p e n - e n d e d s c h e m e t h r o u g h investments primarily in equities and the balance in debt and money market instruments. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 13.23% 0.94 0.49 0.54 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Financial Services 37.00 IT 13.80 Consumer Goods 11.18 Energy 11.06 Pharma 6.56 Services 5.21 Construction 4.11 Automobile 3.88 Telecom 3.42 Media & Entertainment 1.99 Cash & Other Recivables 0.66 CBLO 1.13 Large Cap Cash & Other Current Assets Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. R. Srinivasan Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Scheme 01/01/1991 30/06/2017 2,062.30 Crores 2,050.23 Crores May-2009 Over 24 years Nifty 50 Index For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 1000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO HDFC Bank Ltd. 9.89 ITC Ltd. 7.40 ICICI Bank Ltd. 7.30 State Bank Of India 5.99 Infosys Ltd. 5.01 HCL Technologies Ltd. 4.98 Reliance Industries Ltd. 4.70 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 4.65 HDFC Ltd. 4.16 Larsen & Toubro Ltd. 4.11 Colgate Palmolive (India) Ltd. 3.78 Bharti Airtel Ltd. 3.42 Interglobe Aviation Ltd. 3.12 Aurobindo Pharma Ltd. 2.63 Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. 2.43 Petronet LNG Ltd. 2.31 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Bajaj Finance Ltd. 2.20 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 2.18 Container Corporation Of India Ltd. 2.09 Sun TV Network Ltd. 1.99 Hero Motocorp Ltd. 1.98 Axis Bank Ltd. 1.94 Oracle Financial Services Software Ltd. 1.93 Bajaj Auto Ltd. 1.90 Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. 1.88 Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 1.87 Lupin Ltd. 1.50 Bank Of Baroda 0.87 Equity Shares Total 98.21 CBLO 1.13 Cash & Other 0.66 Grand Total 100.00 Receivables ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 98.21 1.79
  13. 13. 10 EQUITY-DIVERSIFIED CAP Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 42.2115 Reg-Plan-Dividend 22.8133 Dir-Plan-Dividend 26.3439 Dir-Plan-Growth 43.6986 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 30-Dec-16 (Reg Plan) 1.90 19.2173 30-Dec-16 (Dir Plan) 2.20 22.0670 20-Nov-15 (Reg Plan) 2.90 19.2712 20-Nov-15 (Dir Plan) 3.20 21.8941 15-Mar-13 (Reg Plan) 1.40 12.5064 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investment in diversified basket of equity stocks spanning the entire market capitalization spectrum to provide both long term growth opportunities and liquidity. SBI Magnum Multicap Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide investors with opportunities for long-term growth in capital along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme through an active management of investments in a diversified basket of equity stocks spanning the entire market capitalization spectrum and in debt and money market instruments. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 14.04% 0.98 0.85 0.42 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Financial Services 28.05 Consumer Goods 15.01 Energy 9.98 Automobile 8.52 IT 6.39 Construction 5.86 Metals 4.57 Pharma 4.03 Industrial Manufacturing 2.83 Cement & Cement Products 2.81 Fertilisers & Pesticides 1.73 Media & Entertainment 1.66 Services 1.43 Textiles 1.31 Healthcare Services 1.02 Telecom 0.89 Chemicals 0.87 Cash & Other Recivables -0.13 CBLO 3.15 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Anup Upadhyay Managing Since: otal Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options; SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Growth Scheme 29/09/2005 30/06/2017 2,419.95 Crores 2,498.71 Crores Feb-2017 T Over 10 years S&P BSE 500 Index For exit within 6 months from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 6 months but within one year from the date of allotment – 0.50% For exit after one year from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 1000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO HDFC Bank Ltd. 5.68 ITC Ltd. 4.92 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 3.75 ICICI Bank Ltd. 3.45 Indusind Bank Ltd. 3.22 HCL Technologies Ltd. 2.98 Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 2.74 State Bank Of India 2.51 Petronet LNG Ltd. 2.47 Bajaj Finserv Ltd. 2.37 Infosys Ltd. 2.30 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. 2.25 Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd. 2.10 Tata Motors Ltd. 1.97 Equitas Holdings Ltd. 1.91 Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. 1.89 Nestle India Ltd. 1.86 Muthoot Finance Ltd. 1.83 Colgate Palmolive (India) Ltd. 1.76 Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. 1.74 Titan Company Ltd. 1.67 PNC Infratech Ltd. 1.62 UPL Ltd. 1.54 Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd. 1.53 Indraprastha Gas Ltd. 1.49 Laurus Labs Ltd. 1.47 Container Corporation Of India Ltd. 1.43 Hindalco Industries Ltd. 1.42 Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 1.39 Ge T&D India Ltd. 1.37 Jubilant Foodworks Ltd. 1.36 Indian Terrain Fashions Ltd. 1.31 Sadbhav Engineering Ltd. 1.23 SREI Infrastucture Finance Ltd. 1.23 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Shankara Building Products Ltd. 1.20 Hindustan Zinc Ltd. 1.17 Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care Ltd. 1.12 Hero Motocorp Ltd. 1.04 KEC International Ltd. 1.04 Tech Mahindra Ltd. 1.02 Dr. Lal Path Labs Ltd. 1.02 Strides Shasun Ltd. 1.01 Sagar Cements Ltd. 0.99 United Breweries Ltd. 0.93 TV Today Network Ltd. 0.92 Bharti Airtel Ltd. 0.89 Atul Ltd. 0.87 The India Cements Ltd. 0.87 Aurobindo Pharma Ltd. 0.86 Supreme Industries Ltd. 0.81 Sheela Foam Ltd. 0.81 Techno Electric & Engineering Company Ltd. 0.79 Coal India Ltd. 0.78 ITD Cementation India Ltd. 0.76 Sun TV Network Ltd. 0.74 Natco Pharma Ltd. 0.68 Mold-Tek Packaging Ltd. 0.65 Greenply Industries Ltd. 0.58 JK Cement Ltd. 0.49 Birla Corporation Ltd. 0.45 PSP Projects Ltd. 0.42 Insecticides (India) Ltd. 0.19 3DPLM Software Solutions Ltd. 0.08 Equity Shares Total 96.90 Redeemable Preference Shares Total 0.08 CBLO 3.15 Cash & Other Receivables (0.13) Grand Total 100.00 ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 64.48 23.77 8.65 3.10
  14. 14. 11 EQUITY-DIVERSIFIED CAP Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 105.0676 Reg-Plan-Dividend 20.3406 Dir-Plan-Dividend 25.4506 Dir-Plan-Growth 107.9678 NET ASSET VALUE Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Equity Investments in contrarian stocks which are currently out of favour in the market to provide maximum growth opportunities. SBI Contra Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide the investors maximum growth opportunity through equity investments in stocks of growth oriented sectors of the economy. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 13.98% 0.96 0.52 0.79 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Financial Services 32.94 Services 9.21 IT 8.82 Pharma 8.64 Consumer Goods 8.14 Construction 7.78 Automobile 6.58 Energy 5.17 Industrial Manufacturing 4.30 Telecom 2.36 Chemicals 2.32 Cash & Other Recivables 0.23 CBLO 3.49 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. R. Srinivasan Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Fund 14/07/1999 30/06/2017 1,818.09 Crores 1,770.41 Crores Jun-2011 Over 24 years S&P BSE 100 Index For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil. N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO HDFC Bank Ltd. 7.37 State Bank Of India 7.26 Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care Ltd. 5.89 ICICI Bank Ltd. 5.40 Divi's Laboratories Ltd. 4.43 ELGI Equipments Ltd. 4.30 HCL Technologies Ltd. 4.23 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 3.78 Reliance Industries Ltd. 3.12 Aurobindo Pharma Ltd. 2.98 Gruh Finance Ltd. 2.76 Equitas Holdings Ltd. 2.54 Redington (India) Ltd. 2.45 Interglobe Aviation Ltd. 2.44 Bharti Airtel Ltd. 2.36 Balkrishna Industries Ltd. 2.35 Bajaj Finance Ltd. 2.33 Atul Ltd. 2.32 Sadbhav Engineering Ltd. 2.24 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Container Corporation Of India Ltd. 2.10 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 2.06 KEC International Ltd. 2.04 Greenply Industries Ltd. 2.02 PNC Infratech Ltd. 1.86 IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd. 1.65 JK Tyre And Industries Ltd. 1.54 Westlife Development Ltd. 1.50 Ceat Ltd. 1.42 SREI Infrastucture Finance Ltd. 1.40 MRF Ltd. 1.27 Adlabs Entertainment Ltd. 0.73 ITC Ltd. 0.24 Summit Securities Ltd. 0.11 Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation 4.59 Taro Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. 1.23 Equity Shares Total 90.46 Foreign Equity Total 5.82 CBLO 3.49 Cash & Other Receivables 0.23 Grand Total 100.00 (Previously known as SBI MSFU - Contra Fund) ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 52.80 25.60 12.06 9.54 Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 23-Jun-17 (Dir Plan) 2.90 25.7138 23-Jun-17 (Reg Plan) 2.30 20.5531 26-Feb-16 (Dir Plan) 2.30 20.0765 26-Feb-16 (Reg Plan) 2.00 16.1649 26-Dec-14 (Reg Plan) 2.00 20.3376 LAST DIVIDENDS Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable.
  15. 15. 12 EQUITY-DIVERSIFIED CAP Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 193.2659 Reg-Plan-Dividend 97.5076 Dir-Plan-Dividend 114.6362 Dir-Plan-Growth 196.8814 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 27-Feb-17 (Reg-plan) 7.80 89.6546 27-Feb-17 (Dir-plan) 9.20 105.2064 12-Sep-14 (Reg-plan) 11.50 74.9641 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investments in diversified portfolio of equities of high growth companies to provide a blend of long term capital appreciation and liquidity. SBI Magnum Multiplier Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide investors long term capital appreciation/dividend along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 13.98% 1.00 0.70 0.95 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Financial Services 26.51 Consumer Goods 21.49 Energy 10.69 Automobile 9.29 Pharma 5.99 Industrial Manufacturing 3.78 Construction 3.67 Fertilisers & Pesticides 3.61 Services 3.47 IT 3.38 Cement & Cement Products 2.00 Healthcare Services 1.56 Telecom 1.43 Metals 1.08 Chemicals 0.04 Cash & Other Recivables -0.82 CBLO 2.40 Fixed Deposits 0.43 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Saurabh Pant Managing Since: Total Experience Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Scheme 28/02/1993 30/06/2017 1,874.42 Crores 1,860.84 Crores Sep-2016 Over 10 years S&P BSE 200 Index For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO ICICI Bank Ltd. 8.11 ITC Ltd. 7.31 Reliance Industries Ltd. 4.82 Sheela Foam Ltd. 4.50 State Bank Of India 4.12 UPL Ltd. 3.61 Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd. 3.52 Manpasand Beverages Ltd. 2.85 Tata Motors Ltd. (Dvr-A-Ordy) 2.69 Tech Mahindra Ltd. 2.46 Muthoot Finance Ltd. 2.45 Jubilant Foodworks Ltd. 2.26 Petronet LNG Ltd. 2.24 HDFC Bank Ltd. 2.22 Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. 2.17 Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 2.07 ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd. 2.03 Grasim Industries Ltd. 2.00 Hero Motocorp Ltd. 1.99 Delta Corp Ltd. 1.94 Ahluwalia Contracts (India) Ltd. 1.85 Laurus Labs Ltd. 1.85 Larsen & Toubro Ltd. 1.81 Colgate Palmolive (India) Ltd. 1.79 Titan Company Ltd. 1.69 Thyrocare Technologies Ltd. 1.56 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Gail (India) Ltd. 1.55 Disa India Ltd. 1.54 Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd. 1.53 Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. 1.49 Sequent Scientific Ltd. 1.45 Bharti Airtel Ltd. 1.43 Axis Bank Ltd. 1.39 NRB Bearing Ltd. 1.37 Dynamatic Technologies Ltd. 1.31 Equitas Holdings Ltd. 1.21 Strides Shasun Ltd. 1.19 Lumax Auto Technologies Ltd. 1.12 Nestle India Ltd. 1.09 Hindalco Industries Ltd. 1.08 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 1.03 HCL Technologies Ltd. 0.91 Greaves Cotton Ltd. 0.87 HDFC Ltd. 0.43 Gayatri Bioorganics Ltd. 0.04 HDFC Bank Ltd. 0.43 Equity Shares Total 97.99 Fixed Deposits Total 0.43 CBLO 2.40 Cash & Other Receivables (0.82) Grand Total 100.00 (Previously known as SBI Magnum Multiplier Plus Scheme 1993) ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 63.56 25.74 8.69 2.01
  16. 16. 13 EQUITY-DIVERSIFIED CAP Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 113.1973 Reg-Plan-Dividend 23.0575 Dir-Plan-Dividend 31.8348 Dir-Plan-Growth 117.5586 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 28-Apr-17 (Reg Plan) 2.20 22.1892 (Dir Plan) 3.00 30.590528-Apr-17 07-Apr-16 (Reg Plan) 2.00 20.1119 07-Apr-16 (Dir Plan) 2.50 27.4503 28-Nov-14 (Reg Plan) 2.70 21.2616 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investments in companies that are considered emergent and have export orientation/outsourcing opportunities or are globally competitive to participate in growth potential of Indian businesses. SBI Emerging Businesses Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data The investment objective of the Emerging Businesses Fund would be to participate in the growth potential presented by various companies that are considered e m e r g e n t a n d h a v e e x p o r t orientation/outsourcing opportunities or are globally competitive by investing in the stock representing such companies. The fund may also evaluate Emerging Businesses with growth potential and domestic focus. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 12.52% 0.76 0.74 0.32 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Financial Services 28.32 Consumer Goods 19.11 Industrial Manufacturing 13.07 Services 12.12 Pharma 11.21 Chemicals 7.30 Cash & Other Recivables 5.05 Automobile 2.89 CBLO 0.91 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. R. Srinivasan Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Fund 11/10/2004 30/06/2017 1,920.94 Crores 1,920.07 Crores May-2009 Over 24 years S&P BSE 500 Index For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil. N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care Ltd. 10.03 HDFC Bank Ltd. 9.47 Solar Industries India Ltd. 7.30 Gruh Finance Ltd. 7.19 Divi's Laboratories Ltd. 6.24 ELGI Equipments Ltd. 6.15 The Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd. 5.72 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 4.98 Muthoot Finance Ltd. 3.56 Hawkins Cookers Ltd. 3.54 Westlife Development Ltd. 3.44 Equitas Holdings Ltd. 3.13 3M India Ltd. 2.97 Goodyear India Ltd. 2.89 Agro Tech Foods Ltd. 2.83 Finolex Industries Ltd. 2.83 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Sheela Foam Ltd. 2.71 Aurobindo Pharma Ltd. 2.50 Laurus Labs Ltd. 2.47 Finolex Cables Ltd. 2.14 Thermax Ltd. 1.95 Equity Shares Total 94.04 CBLO 0.91 Cash & Other Receivables 5.05 Grand Total 100.00 (Previously known as SBI MSFU - Emerging Businesses Fund) ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 26.98 48.21 18.86 5.95
  17. 17. 14 EQUITY-MIDCAP & SMALLCAP Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 76.7309 Reg-Plan-Dividend 33.0816 Dir-Plan-Dividend 47.7482 Dir-Plan-Growth 79.8511 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 30-Jun-16 (Reg-Plan) 2.50 28.2445 30-Jun-16 (Dir-Plan) 3.50 40.3050 20-Mar-15 (Reg-Plan) 4.80 26.6619 20-Mar-15 (Dir-Plan) 6.80 37.4040 08-Aug-13 (Reg-Plan) 5.00 18.1066 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ long term capital appreciation. Investment in diversified portfolio of predominantly in equity and equity-related securities of small & midcap companies. SBI Magnum Midcap Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide investors with opportunities for long-term growth in capital along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme by investing predominantly in a well diversified basket of equity stocks of Midcap companies. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 14.02% 0.76 1.08 0.45 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Financial Services 19.45 Consumer Goods 14.30 Industrial Manufacturing 13.28 Pharma 12.43 Fertilisers & Pesticides 7.66 Construction 5.74 Services 5.15 Healthcare Services 4.49 Cement & Cement Products 4.45 IT 2.38 Energy 2.23 Chemicals 1.58 Media & Entertainment 1.47 Textiles 0.54 Cash & Other Recivables -0.58 Futures 0.82 CBLO 4.61 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Ms. Sohini Andani Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Growth Scheme 29/03/2005 30/06/2017 3,805.98 Crores 3,796.72 Crores July-2010 Over 22 years Nifty MidSmallcap 400 Index For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Cash & Other Current Assets Futures Large Cap Midcap Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO Carborundum Universal Ltd. 4.24 Cholamandalam Investment And Finance Company Ltd. 3.95 The Ramco Cements Ltd. 3.72 Manpasand Beverages Ltd. 3.70 Strides Shasun Ltd. 3.54 The Federal Bank Ltd. 3.45 Shriram City Union Finance Ltd. 3.13 Sheela Foam Ltd. 3.07 PI Industries Ltd. 2.90 Greaves Cotton Ltd. 2.70 Greenply Industries Ltd. 2.51 Voltas Ltd. 2.28 UPL Ltd. 2.25 VA Tech Wabag Ltd. 2.24 Indraprastha Gas Ltd. 2.23 Laurus Labs Ltd. 2.12 Natco Pharma Ltd. 2.01 VIP Industries Ltd. 2.00 Sadbhav Engineering Ltd. 1.91 Sharda Cropchem Ltd. 1.90 Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd. 1.90 Equitas Holdings Ltd. 1.76 Thermax Ltd. 1.69 Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd. 1.68 Sanofi India Ltd. 1.64 Thyrocare Technologies Ltd. 1.64 Dr. Lal Path Labs Ltd. 1.62 Clariant Chemicals (India) Ltd. 1.58 Eris Lifesciences Ltd 1.53 Credit Analysis And Research Ltd. 1.48 State Bank Of India 1.37 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM SKF India Ltd. 1.35 Britannia Industries Ltd. 1.31 Narayana Hrudayalaya Ltd. 1.24 Hexaware Technologies Ltd. 1.20 Persistent Systems Ltd. 1.18 Fag Bearings India Ltd. 1.17 Emami Ltd. 1.14 NCC Ltd. 1.06 Hudco Ltd. 1.04 Swaraj Engines Ltd. 0.99 Sequent Scientific Ltd. 0.93 Navkar Corporation Ltd. 0.90 UFO Moviez India Ltd. 0.83 Repco Home Finance Ltd. 0.75 Mangalam Cement Ltd. 0.73 Mold-Tek Packaging Ltd. 0.71 Divi's Laboratories Ltd. 0.65 D.B.Corp Ltd. 0.64 Bayer Cropscience Ltd. 0.61 Jyothy Laboratories Ltd. 0.58 Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd. 0.57 Page Industries Ltd. 0.54 ITD Cementation India Ltd. 0.48 NRB Bearing Ltd. 0.43 AU Small Finance Bank Ltd. 0.21 Westlife Development Ltd. 0.11 Summit Securities Ltd. 0.05 RBL Bank Ltd. 0.01 Equity Shares Total 95.15 CBLO 4.61 Cash & Other Receivables (0.58) Futures 0.82 Grand Total 100.00 ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 6.07 76.62 12.25 4.24 0.82
  18. 18. 15 EQUITY-MIDCAP & SMALL CAP Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 152.8570 Reg-Plan-Dividend 51.0664 Dir-Plan-Dividend 61.8930 Dir-Plan-Growth 158.5419 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 25-Nov-16 (Reg Plan) 5.00 45.0759 25-Nov-16 (Dir Plan) 6.00 54.3465 30-Oct-15 (Reg Plan) 5.10 49.9803 30-Oct-15 (Dir Plan) 5.10 59.5549 06-Jun-14 (Reg Plan) 5.70 38.0774 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investments in Indian equities, PCDs and FCDs from selected industries with high growth potential to provide investors maximum growth opportunity. SBI Magnum Global Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide investors maximum growth opportunity through well researched investments in Indian equities, PCDs and FCDs from selected industries with high growth potential and in Bonds. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 12.19% 0.64 0.77 0.37 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Industrial Manufacturing 18.00 Consumer Goods 16.51 Financial Services 12.53 Services 11.75 Automobile 9.09 Chemicals 6.86 Pharma 5.91 Cash & Other Recivables 4.75 Textiles 4.57 Fertilisers & Pesticides 4.05 Construction 2.16 Healthcare Services 1.78 Media & Entertainment 1.12 CBLO 0.93 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. R. Srinivasan Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Scheme 30/09/1994 30/06/2017 3,084.84 Crores 3,077.65 Crores May-2009 Over 24 years S&P BSE MidSmallCap Index For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO Gruh Finance Ltd. 5.79 MRF Ltd. 5.11 Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care Ltd. 4.96 Solar Industries India Ltd. 4.26 Sundaram Finance Ltd. 3.66 Divi's Laboratories Ltd. 3.56 Grindwell Norton Ltd. 3.53 Redington (India) Ltd. 2.98 Muthoot Finance Ltd. 2.81 Balkrishna Industries Ltd. 2.70 Atul Ltd. 2.59 Westlife Development Ltd. 2.54 Kansai Nerolac Paints Ltd. 2.43 Page Industries Ltd. 2.40 Supreme Industries Ltd. 2.36 Laurus Labs Ltd. 2.35 Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd. 2.35 United Breweries Ltd. 2.25 Kewal Kiran Clothing Ltd. 2.18 Kajaria Ceramics Ltd. 2.16 PI Industries Ltd. 2.15 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Blue Dart Express Ltd. 2.14 Thermax Ltd. 2.13 Whirlpool Of India Ltd. 2.11 SKF India Ltd. 2.09 Greenply Industries Ltd. 2.06 Ge T&D India Ltd. 1.90 Rallis India Ltd. 1.89 Fag Bearings India Ltd. 1.88 Dr. Lal Path Labs Ltd. 1.78 Finolex Cables Ltd. 1.75 Allcargo Logistics Ltd. 1.73 Relaxo Footwears Ltd. 1.56 ELGI Equipments Ltd. 1.55 Precision Camshafts Ltd. 1.28 Eveready Industries India Ltd. 1.14 UFO Moviez India Ltd. 1.12 Finolex Industries Ltd. 0.81 AU Small Finance Bank Ltd. 0.26 Equity Shares Total 94.32 CBLO 0.93 Cash & Other Receivables 4.75 Grand Total 100.00 ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 10.07 72.14 11.85 5.94
  19. 19. 16 EQUITY-MIDCAP & SMALL CAP Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 44.1490 Reg-Plan-Dividend 33.2060 Dir-Plan-Dividend 40.2648 Dir-Plan-Growth 46.3484 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 28-Aug-15 (Reg Plan) 3.60 23.5236 28-Aug-15 (Dir Plan) 4.30 27.8630 30-Jan-15 (Reg Plan) 4.00 26.0785 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ long term capital appreciation Investment in diversified portfolio of predominantly in equity and equity-related securities of small & midcap companies. SBI Small & Midcap Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data The Scheme seeks to generate income and long term capital appreciation by investing in a diversified portfolio of predominantly in equity and equity related securities of small & midcap Companies Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 17.16% 0.79 1.29 0.39 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Consumer Goods 21.94 Industrial Manufacturing 19.19 Chemicals 17.25 Services 11.36 Pharma 6.76 Automobile 6.54 Textiles 5.00 Media & Entertainment 3.46 Construction 3.06 Cement & Cement Products 2.02 Cash & Other Recivables 0.51 CBLO 2.91 Smallcap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. R. Srinivasan Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open Ended Equity Scheme 09/09/2009 30/06/2017 703.74 Crores 706.95 Crores Nov - 2013 Over 24 years S&P BSE Small Cap Index For exit within one year from the date of allotment -1% For exit after one year from the date of allotment – Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Not Available Not Available Not Available Subscription /Additional Subscription/ Switch in/ new SIP/ new STP/ DTP discontinued till further notice ` ` ^ ^ ^ ^ PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO Atul Ltd. 6.74 Westlife Development Ltd. 5.63 Graphite India Ltd. 5.57 Solar Industries India Ltd. 5.48 Orient Refractories Ltd. 5.27 Relaxo Footwears Ltd. 4.76 ELGI Equipments Ltd. 4.58 Greenply Industries Ltd. 4.28 Gabriel India Ltd. 4.27 Nesco Ltd. 4.04 Hawkins Cookers Ltd. 3.99 Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd. 3.78 Ganesha Ecosphere Ltd. 3.45 Sheela Foam Ltd. 3.13 Fairchem Speciality Ltd. 3.13 Power Mech Projects Ltd. 3.06 Thangamayil Jewellery Ltd. 2.41 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Laurus Labs Ltd. 2.35 Avanti Feeds Ltd. 2.33 Rajratan Global Wire Ltd. 2.28 Divi's Laboratories Ltd. 2.27 UFO Moviez India Ltd. 2.18 Gufic Biosciences Ltd. 2.15 KCP Ltd. 2.02 Himadri Speciality Chemical Ltd. 1.90 Allcargo Logistics Ltd. 1.70 Garware-Wall Ropes Ltd. 1.54 TV Today Network Ltd. 1.28 V2 Retail Ltd. 1.05 Equity Shares Total 96.59 CBLO 2.91 Cash & Other Receivables 0.51 Grand Total 100.00 Pursuant to acquisition of Daiwa Industry Leaders Fund (DILF) from Daiwa Mutual Fund, w.e.f November 16, 2013 the name of the scheme was changed to SBI Small & Midcap Fund. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 32.53 64.06 3.41
  20. 20. 17 EQUITY-TAXSAVING Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 133.1130 Reg-Plan-Dividend 43.6139 Dir-Plan-Dividend 54.5686 Dir-Plan-Growth 136.4559 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 17-Mar-17 (Reg Plan) 4.00 41.1004 17-Mar-17 (Dir Plan) 5.00 51.3144 11-Mar-16 (Reg Plan) 4.00 36.4523 11-Mar-16 (Dir Plan) 5.00 45.2369 27-Mar-15 (Reg Plan) 5.50 51.8907 27-Mar-15 (Dir Plan) 7.00 64.2735 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investment in a portfolio of equity shares, while offering deduction under Section 80 C of IT Act, 1961. SBI Magnum Taxgain Scheme This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data The prime objective of this scheme is to deliver the benefit of investment in a portfolio of equity shares, while offering deduction on such investments made in the scheme under Section 80 C of the Income-tax Act, 1961. It also seeks to distribute income periodically depending on distributable surplus. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 13.27% 0.94 0.48 0.71 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Financial Services 33.01 Consumer Goods 12.20 Automobile 9.36 Energy 7.94 Construction 6.42 Pharma 5.27 Services 4.65 Cement & Cement Products 4.56 IT 3.70 Industrial Manufacturing 3.02 Fertilisers & Pesticides 2.75 Telecom 2.75 Textiles 1.98 Chemicals 1.11 Metals 0.45 Healthcare Services 0.32 Cash & Other Recivables -0.91 CBLO 1.43 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Dinesh Balachandran Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Linked Savings Scheme 31/03/1993 30/06/2017 5,664.76 Crores 5,663.47 Crores Sep-2016 Over 15 years S&P BSE 100 Index NIL N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 500 & in multiples of 500 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 500 & in multiples of 500. 500 & in multiples of 500 500 & in multiples of 500 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO ICICI Bank Ltd. 7.32 ITC Ltd. 6.23 State Bank Of India 5.64 Reliance Industries Ltd. 4.58 Larsen & Toubro Ltd. 4.33 HDFC Bank Ltd. 3.91 Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. 3.57 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 3.27 UPL Ltd. 2.75 Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd. 2.73 Tata Motors Ltd. (Dvr-A-Ordy) 2.64 HDFC Ltd. 2.64 VA Tech Wabag Ltd. 2.57 Ambuja Cements Ltd. 2.15 ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd. 2.13 Infosys Ltd. 2.12 KEC International Ltd. 2.10 Page Industries Ltd. 1.98 Bharti Airtel Ltd. 1.83 Axis Bank Ltd. 1.79 Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Ltd. 1.38 Bosch Ltd. 1.32 Blue Dart Express Ltd. 1.31 Shree Cements Ltd. 1.31 Aurobindo Pharma Ltd. 1.30 CESC Ltd. 1.29 Bharat Electronics Ltd. 1.29 Laurus Labs Ltd. 1.23 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 1.13 Atul Ltd. 1.11 Grasim Industries Ltd. 1.10 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Tech Mahindra Ltd. 1.06 Hindustan Unilever Ltd. 1.03 The Federal Bank Ltd. 0.97 GE T&D India Ltd. 0.96 Nestle India Ltd. 0.93 Petronet LNG Ltd. 0.93 Idea Cellular Ltd. 0.92 United Breweries Ltd. 0.86 Manpasand Beverages Ltd. 0.83 Divi's Laboratories Ltd. 0.80 Strides Shasun Ltd. 0.78 NRB Bearing Ltd. 0.77 Container Corporation Of India Ltd. 0.76 Tata Motors Ltd. 0.76 Sequent Scientific Ltd. 0.75 Equitas Holdings Ltd. 0.69 Emami Ltd. 0.65 Hero Motocorp Ltd. 0.59 SREI Infrastucture Finance Ltd. 0.57 Bajaj Finserv Ltd. 0.56 HCL Technologies Ltd. 0.52 Crisil Ltd. 0.52 Dynamatic Technologies Ltd. 0.48 Hindalco Industries Ltd. 0.45 Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. 0.42 Apollo Hospitals Enterprises Ltd. 0.32 Central Depository Services (India) Ltd. 0.28 Bank Of Baroda 0.26 Summit Securities Ltd. 0.03 Equity Shares Total 99.48 CBLO 1.43 Cash & Other Receivables (0.91) Grand Total 100.00 ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 74.18 23.00 2.30 0.52
  21. 21. 18 EQUITY-THEMATIC Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 125.4647 Reg-Plan-Dividend 93.7016 Dir-Plan-Dividend 108.3456 Dir-Plan-Growth 131.5627 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 30-Jan-15 (Reg Plan) 10.00 93.5001 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Equity Investments in stock of Pharmaceuticals sector of the economy to provide sector specific growth opportunities. SBI Pharma Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide the investors maximum growth opportunity through equity investments in stocks of growth oriented sectors of the economy. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 17.89% 0.95 0.34 0.56 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Pharma 83.93 Healthcare Services 12.42 Cash & Other Recivables -0.95 CBLO 4.60 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Tanmaya Desai Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Fund 14/07/1999 30/06/2017 909.81 Crores 932.04 Crores Jun-2011 Over 9 years S&P BSE HEALTH CARE Index For exit within 15 Days from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 15 Days from the date of allotment - Nil. N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` 1 Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO Strides Shasun Ltd. 9.67 Aurobindo Pharma Ltd. 8.09 Lupin Ltd. 6.83 Cipla Ltd. 6.56 Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. 5.78 Divi's Laboratories Ltd. 5.56 Natco Pharma Ltd. 4.30 Thyrocare Technologies Ltd. 4.30 Cadila Healthcare Ltd. 4.23 Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. 4.18 Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 3.93 Sequent Scientific Ltd. 3.89 Neuland Laboratories Ltd. 3.80 Laurus Labs Ltd. 3.77 Alkem Laboratories Ltd. 3.59 Dr. Lal Path Labs Ltd. 3.36 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Apollo Hospitals Enterprises Ltd. 2.74 Sanofi India Ltd. 2.68 Gufic Biosciences Ltd. 2.40 Narayana Hrudayalaya Ltd. 2.03 Ajanta Pharma Ltd. 1.78 Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 1.70 Eris Lifesciences Ltd 1.18 Equity Shares Total 96.35 CBLO Total 4.60 Cash & Other Receivables (0.95) Grand Total 100.00 (Previously known as SBI MSFU - Pharma Fund) ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 35.67 50.58 10.10 3.65
  22. 22. 19 EQUITY-THEMATIC Option NAV ( )` Dir-Plan-Dividend 14.0434 Dir-Plan-Growth 14.0447 Reg-Plan-Dividend 13.8091 Reg-Plan-Growth 13.8082 NET ASSET VALUE Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investment predominantly in a portfolio of equity & equity related securities of companies engaged in banking and financial services. SBI Banking & Financial Services Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Investment Objective “The investment objective of the scheme is to generate long-term capital appreciation to unit holders from a portfolio that is invested predominantly in equity and equity related securities of companies engaged in banking and financial services. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the Scheme will be realized." Fund Details PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Financial Services 93.43 Consumer Goods 1.19 Cash & Other Recivables 0.10 CBLO 5.28 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Ms. Sohini Andani Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Sector Fund 26/02/2015 30/06/2017 410.65 Crores 414.75 Crores Feb-2015 Over 22 years Nifty Financial Services For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly – Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum 6months or Minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum 12months Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. PORTFOLIO HDFC Bank Ltd. 22.84 ICICI Bank Ltd. 13.29 Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. 11.73 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 8.51 Axis Bank Ltd. 7.45 State Bank Of India 6.87 ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd. 5.11 Bajaj Finserv Ltd. 4.97 Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd. 4.91 RBL Bank Ltd. 4.51 Indusind Bank Ltd. 2.90 Central Depository Services (India) Ltd. 1.19 AU Small Finance Bank Ltd. 0.33 Equity Shares Total 94.62 CBLO 5.28 Cash & Other Receivables 0.10 Grand Total 100.00 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk 83.68 9.42 1.19 5.71 Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap Quantitative Data Portfolio Turnover* : 0.78 *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months.
  23. 23. 20 EQUITY-THEMATIC Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 11.3811 Reg-Plan-Dividend 11.3799 Dir-Plan-Dividend 11.6120 Dir-Plan-Growth 11.6238 NET ASSET VALUE Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investments in diversified basket of equity stocks and debt of domestic Public Sector Undertakings to provide long term growth in capital with improved liquidity. SBI PSU Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Investment Objective Quantitative Data The objective of the scheme would be to provide investors with opportunities for long-term growth in capital along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme through an active management of investments in a diversified basket of equity stocks of domestic Public Sector Under takings and in debt and money market instruments issued by PSUs and others. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 16.94% 0.87 -0.06 0.36 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Energy 50.29 Financial Services 23.17 Construction 6.04 Industrial Manufacturing 5.23 Services 4.33 Metals 3.42 Cash & Other Recivables -0.09 CBLO 7.61 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Richard D'souza Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Scheme 07/07/2010 30/06/2017 214.22 Crores 208.53 Crores Aug 2014 Over 25 years S&P BSE PSU INDEX For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO State Bank Of India 9.58 Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd. 8.68 Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 6.58 Mahanagar Gas Ltd. 6.50 Engineers India Ltd. 6.04 Indraprastha Gas Ltd. 5.83 Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. 5.66 Bharat Electronics Ltd. 5.23 Bank Of Baroda 4.38 Container Corporation Of India Ltd. 4.33 LIC Housing Finance Ltd. 4.27 Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 3.67 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 3.43 National Aluminium Company Ltd. 3.42 Canara Bank 2.99 NTPC Ltd. 2.86 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Gail (India) Ltd. 2.77 Petronet LNG Ltd. 2.38 Union Bank Of India 1.94 Oil India Ltd. 1.92 Equity Shares Total 92.48 CBLO 7.61 Cash & Other Receivables (0.09) Grand Total 100.00 ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk 63.83 28.65 7.52 Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets
  24. 24. 21 EQUITY-THEMATIC Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 34.7897 Reg-Plan-Dividend 23.4963 Dir-Plan-Dividend 24.1317 Dir-Plan-Growth 35.7041 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 15-03-10 3.00 16.01 25-07-08 2.00 17.14 27-11-06 1.50 16.18 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Equity Investments in a portfolio of stocks of companies engaged in the commodity business within Oil & Gas, Metals, Materials and Agriculture Sectors of the economy to provide growth and possibility of consistent returns. SBI Magnum Comma Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To generate opportunities for growth along with possibility of consistent returns by investing predominantly in a portfolio of stocks of companies engaged in the commodity business within the following sectors - Oil & Gas, Metals, Materials & Agriculture and in debt & money market instruments. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 15.49% 0.83 0.34 0.63 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Energy 37.19 Metals 17.56 Cement & Cement Products 13.68 Fertilisers & Pesticides 10.32 Automobile 6.77 Chemicals 4.65 Industrial Manufacturing 4.60 Consumer Goods 1.41 Cash & Other Recivables -2.55 CBLO 6.37 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Richard D'souza Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Scheme 08/08/2005 30/06/2017 302.96 Crores 297.69 Crores Aug-2014 Over 25 years Nifty Commodities Index For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil. N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO Reliance Industries Ltd. 6.17 Indraprastha Gas Ltd. 5.33 UPL Ltd. 4.94 Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 4.80 Sagar Cements Ltd. 4.80 Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 4.75 EPC Industries Ltd. 4.60 Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. 4.47 Tata Steel Ltd. 4.31 Grasim Industries Ltd. 4.17 Hindalco Industries Ltd. 4.11 Petronet LNG Ltd. 3.92 CEAT Ltd. 3.83 Gail (India) Ltd. 3.72 Sharda Cropchem Ltd. 3.66 Hindustan Zinc Ltd. 3.23 JK Tyre And Industries Ltd. 2.95 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Ultratech Cement Ltd. 2.93 Coal India Ltd. 2.64 Atul Ltd. 2.51 Tata Power Company Ltd. 2.17 Camlin Fine Sciences Ltd. 2.14 Vedanta Ltd. 2.09 Bayer Cropscience Ltd. 1.71 Birla Corporation Ltd. 1.46 Hatsun Agro Product Ltd. 1.41 NTPC Ltd. 1.20 Tata Metaliks Ltd. 1.19 Oil India Ltd. 0.67 Everest Industries Ltd. 0.33 Equity Shares Total 96.18 CBLO 6.37 Cash & Other Receivables (2.55) Grand Total 100.00 ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 57.45 22.74 16.00 3.81
  25. 25. 22 EQUITY-THEMATIC Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 14.3376 Reg-Plan-Dividend 14.3390 Dir-Plan-Dividend 14.6635 Dir-Plan-Growth 14.6807 NET ASSET VALUE Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Equity Investments in stock of companies directly or indirectly involved in the infrastructure growth of the Indian economy to provide long term capital growth opportunities. SBI Infrastructure Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide investors with opportunities for long-term growth in capital through an active management of investments in a diversified basket of equity stocks of companies directly or indirectly involved in the infrastructure growth in the Indian economy and in debt & money market instruments. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 14.95% 0.71 0.39 0.69 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Construction 27.53 Industrial Manufacturing 19.56 Energy 18.26 Telecom 13.08 Services 12.45 Cement & Cement Products 3.16 Automobile 2.66 Cash & Other Recivables 1.41 CBLO 1.89 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Richard D'souza Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Growth Scheme 06/07/2007 30/06/2017 576.79 Crores 573.01 Crores Aug-2014 Over 25 years Nifty Infrastructure Index For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO Larsen & Toubro Ltd. 10.16 Bharti Airtel Ltd. 8.28 Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd. 6.80 ELGI Equipments Ltd. 5.69 ITD Cementation India Ltd. 4.23 Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd. 4.14 NCC Ltd. 4.06 Spicejet Ltd. 3.81 Sadbhav Engineering Ltd. 3.73 Indraprastha Gas Ltd. 3.69 Timken India Ltd. 3.50 NTPC Ltd. 3.36 VA Tech Wabag Ltd. 3.25 3M India Ltd. 3.18 Sagar Cements Ltd. 3.16 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Kennametal India Ltd. 3.13 Bharat Electronics Ltd. 3.10 KEC International Ltd. 2.92 Tata Communications Ltd. 2.71 Shanthi Gears Ltd. 2.66 Petronet LNG Ltd. 2.26 PNC Infratech Ltd. 2.25 Adani Ports And Special Economic Zone Ltd. 2.22 Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd. 2.16 Idea Cellular Ltd. 2.08 The Phoenix Mills Ltd. 0.17 Equity Shares Total 96.70 CBLO 1.89 Cash & Other Receivables 1.41 Grand Total 100.00 (Previously known as SBI Infrastructure Fund - Series 1) ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. 38.27 37.31 21.12 3.30
  26. 26. 23 EQUITY-THEMATIC Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 100.3268 Reg-Plan-Dividend 71.3817 Dir-Plan-Dividend 87.1960 Dir-Plan-Growth 104.8348 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 29-May-15 (Reg Plan) 10.00 51.3257 29-May-15 (Dir Plan) 12.00 61.4862 17-May-13 (Reg Plan) 8.00 46.0416 3-Mar-06 6.00 22.05 LAST DIVIDENDS Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Equity Investments in stock of FMCG sector of the economy to provide sector specific growth opportunities. SBI FMCG Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide the investors maximum growth opportunity through equity investments in stocks of growth oriented sectors of the economy. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 14.94% 0.98 0.85 0.17 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Consumer Goods 94.40 Textiles 4.69 Cash & Other Recivables -0.06 CBLO 0.97 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Saurabh Pant Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Fund 14/07/1999 30/06/2017 329.76 Crores 337.33 Crores Jun-2011 Over 10 years S&P BSE Fast Moving Consumer Goods Index For exit within 15 Days from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 15 Days from the date of allotment - Nil. Nil Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Smallcap PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO ITC Ltd. 41.84 Sheela Foam Ltd. 6.81 Jubilant Foodworks Ltd. 5.04 Greenply Industries Ltd. 4.92 Indian Terrain Fashions Ltd. 4.69 Nestle India Ltd. 4.58 Manpasand Beverages Ltd. 4.20 Titan Company Ltd. 4.03 Procter & Gamble Hygiene And Health Care Ltd. 3.56 United Breweries Ltd. 3.35 Colgate Palmolive (India) Ltd. 3.29 VIP Industries Ltd. 3.23 Hawkins Cookers Ltd. 2.47 Avenue Supermarts Ltd. 2.42 Thangamayil Jewellery Ltd. 1.78 Hatsun Agro Product Ltd. 1.24 Radico Khaitan Ltd. 0.90 V2 Retail Ltd. 0.73 Equity Shares Total 99.09 CBLO 0.97 Cash & Other Receivables (0.06) Grand Total 100.00 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM (Previously known as SBI MSFU - FMCG Fund) Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. 59.73 20.64 18.72 0.91
  27. 27. 24 EQUITY-THEMATIC Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 43.9296 Reg-Plan-Dividend 31.0236 Dir-Plan-Dividend 38.2135 Dir-Plan-Growth 45.8021 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 26-Jun-15 (Reg Plan) 6.00 31.8390 26-Jun-15(Dir Plan) 7.00 38.6976 08-Aug-13 (Reg Plan) 4.50 28.6220 4-Jul-07 (Reg Plan) 4.00 25.25 LAST DIVIDENDS Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Equity Investments in stock of IT sector of the economy to provide sector specific growth opportunities. SBI IT Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide the investors maximum growth opportunity through equity investments in stocks of growth oriented sectors of the economy. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 15.18% 0.80 -0.003 0.29 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION IT 97.09 Cash & Other Recivables -1.54 CBLO 4.45 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Anup Upadhyay Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Equity Fund 14/07/1999 30/06/2017 57.77 Crores 56.28 Crores Jun-2011 Over 10 years S&P BSE - Information Technology Index For exit within 15 days from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 15 days from the date of allotment - Nil. N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO Infosys Ltd. 33.51 HCL Technologies Ltd. 10.07 Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. 8.69 Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd. 8.47 Cyient Ltd. 7.54 Oracle Financial Services Software Ltd. 6.26 Persistent Systems Ltd. 6.17 Tech Mahindra Ltd. 5.08 Mindtree Ltd. 3.70 Indbazaar.Com Ltd. 0.00 SIP Technologies Ltd. 0.00 3DPLM Software Solutions Ltd. 1.30 Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation 6.29 Equity Shares Total 89.49 Redeemable Preference Shares Total 1.30 Foreign Equity Total 6.29 CBLO 4.45 Cash & Other Receivables (1.54) Grand Total 100.00 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM (Previously known as SBI MSFU - IT Fund) ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk 63.61 25.89 10.50
  28. 28. 25 Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 9.1570 Reg-Plan-Dividend 9.1588 Dir-Plan-Growth 9.3270 Dir-Plan-Dividend 9.3234 NET ASSET VALUE Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investment in SBI - ETF Gold. SBI GOLD Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Investment Objective The scheme seeks to provide returns that closely correspond to returns provided by SBI - ETF Gold (Previously known as SBI GETS). Fund Details PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Raviprakash Sharma Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Options: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open Ended Fund of Fund Scheme 12/09/2011 30/06/2017 434.64 Crores 425.37 Crores Sep-2011 Over 17 years Price of Physical Gold Exit within 1 year from the date of allotment – 1%. Exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. The minimum amount of investment for SIP transactions is 6000 (aggregate) either through: (1) 100/- per month and in multiples of 1/- thereafter for minimum 60 months (2) 500/- per month and in multiples of 1/- thereafter for minimum 12 months (3) 1000/- per month and in multiples of 1/- thereafter for minimum 6 months (4) 500/- per quarter and in multiples of 1/- thereafter for minimum 12 quarters (5) 1500/- per quarter and in multiples of 1/- thereafter for minimum 4 quarters 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Mutual Fund Units NCA (INCL. Cash, Deposits) PORTFOLIO SBI - ETF Gold 99.84 Mutual Fund Units Total 99.84 CBLO 0.31 Cash & Other Receivables -0.15 Grand Total 100.00 Mutual Fund (%) Of Total AUM ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. FUND OF FUNDS 99.84 0.16
  29. 29. 26 EQUITY-ARBITRAGE Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 21.6928 Reg-Plan-Dividend 13.2643 Dir-Plan-Dividend 14.0774 Dir-Plan-Growth 22.1482 NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend NAV ( )`(in /Unit)` 30-Jun-17 (Reg Plan) 0.06 13.2643 (Dir Plan) 0.07 14.077430-Jun-17 30-May-17 (Reg Plan) 0.06 13.2608 30-May-17 (Dir Plan) 0.07 14.0742 28-Apr-17 (Reg Plan) 0.06 13.2507 28-Apr-17 (Dir Plan) 0.07 14.0663 LAST DIVIDENDS Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately Low risk Ÿ Ÿ Short term investment. Investments to exploit profitable arbitrage opportunities between the spot and derivative market segments to provide capital appreciation and regular income. SBI Arbitrage Opportunities Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Face value: 10` Investment Objective Quantitative Data To provide capital appreciation and regular income for unit holders by identifying profitable arbitrage opportunities between the spot and derivative market segments as also through investment of surplus cash in debt and money market instruments. Fund Details Standard Deviation : Beta : Sharpe Ratio : Portfolio Turnover* : # # # 0.56% 1.20 0.58 10.40 # Source: CRISIL Fund Analyser *Portfolio Turnover = lower of total sale or total purchase for the last 12 months upon Avg. AUM of trailing twelve months. Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.25% as on 30th June 2017) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Cash & Other Recivables 65.16 Financial Services 25.91 Services 7.90 Cement & Cement Products 7.12 Automobile 6.41 Telecom 5.91 Media & Entertainment 5.73 Energy 4.80 Consumer Goods 4.31 Pharma 4.14 Industrial Manufacturing 3.86 Healthcare Services 2.11 Chemicals 1.81 Metals 1.29 IT 1.03 Construction 0.19 Fertilisers & Pesticides 0.03 Futures -67.00 CBLO 3.01 Fixed Deposits 16.29 Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of scheme/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Type of Scheme Date of Allotment: Report As On: AAUM for the Month of June 2017 AUM as on June 30, 2017 Fund Manager: Mr. Neeraj Kumar Managing Since: Total Experience: Benchmark: Exit Load: Entry Load: Plans Available: Option: SIP Minimum Investment Additional Investment An Open - Ended Scheme 03/11/2006 30/06/2017 731.26 Crores 765.09 Crores Oct-2012 Over 20 years CRISIL Liquid Fund Index For exit within 1 month from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 1 month from the date of allotment - Nil. N.A. Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum six months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year. 5000 & in multiples of 1 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PORTFOLIO Century Textiles & Industries Ltd. 6.98 Tata Communications Ltd. 5.91 Tata Motors Ltd. (Dvr-A-Ordy) 4.66 Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd. 3.70 ITC Ltd. 2.97 Cesc Ltd. 2.88 TV18 Broadcast Ltd. 2.69 IDFC Bank Ltd. 2.51 Aurobindo Pharma Ltd. 2.45 Bharat Financial Inclusion Ltd. 2.36 Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. 2.34 Bharat Electronics Ltd. 2.26 Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. 1.50 Jet Airways (India) Ltd. 1.34 Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd. 1.22 Apollo Hospitals Enterprises Ltd. 1.21 Tata Global Beverages Ltd. 1.19 Pidilite Industries Ltd. 1.16 Capital First Ltd. 1.15 Multi Commodity Exchange Of India Ltd. 1.13 Wockhardt Ltd. 1.12 State Bank Of India 1.05 Fortis Healthcare Ltd. 0.90 Reliance Infrastructure Ltd. 0.89 IDFC Ltd. 0.86 Yes Bank Ltd. 0.85 Tata Steel Ltd. 0.83 JSW Energy Ltd. 0.78 Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd. 0.70 Tata Chemicals Ltd. 0.65 Tata Elxsi Ltd. 0.63 South Indian Bank Ltd. 0.60 Bosch Ltd. 0.59 Sun TV Network Ltd. 0.59 Manappuram Finance Ltd. 0.57 Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. 0.47 Ashok Leyland Ltd. 0.42 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Axis Bank Ltd. 0.41 Infosys Ltd. 0.41 Srei Infrastucture Finance Ltd. 0.26 Coal India Ltd. 0.26 Balrampur Chini Mills Ltd. 0.15 ACC Ltd. 0.12 Reliance Defence And Engineering Ltd. 0.11 Reliance Power Ltd. 0.11 JSW Steel Ltd. 0.10 National Buildings Construction Corporation Ltd. 0.10 PVR Ltd. 0.10 Hindustan Zinc Ltd. 0.10 Piramal Enterprises Ltd. 0.10 Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 0.08 NCC Ltd. 0.08 Oil India Ltd. 0.04 Eicher Motors Ltd. 0.04 Gujarat State Fertilizer & Chemicals Ltd. 0.03 Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 0.02 Ambuja Cements Ltd. 0.02 Bajaj Finserv Ltd. 0.01 Indusind Bank Ltd. 0.01 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 0.01 Tata Motors Finance Solutions Ltd. 2.66 Edelweiss Commodities Services Ltd. 6.55 Piramal Finance Pvt. Ltd. 5.22 Motilal Oswal Securities Ltd. 1.31 RBL Bank Ltd. 9.93 Axis Bank Ltd. 6.36 Equity Shares Total 66.79 Non-Convertible Debenture Total 2.66 Commercial Paper Total 13.09 Fixed Deposits Total 16.29 CBLO 3.01 Cash & Other Receivables 65.16 Futures (67.00) Grand Total 100.00 ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. Cash & Other Current Assets Futures Large Cap Midcap Smallcap 26.71 39.93 0.15 100.21 -67.00

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