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March 2017

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March 2017

  1. 1. Equity Fund Index From the Managing Director’s Desk Market Overview Equity Schemes Snapshot How to read the Factsheet SBI Blue Chip Fund SBI Magnum Balanced Fund SBI Magnum Global Fund SBI Magnum MidCap Fund SBI Magnum Equity Fund SBI Magnum Taxgain Scheme SBI Emerging Businesses Fund SBI FMCG Fund SBI Pharma Fund SBI IT Fund SBI Contra Fund SBI Magnum Multicap Fund SBI Magnum Multiplier Fund SBI Nifty Index Fund SBI Magnum Comma Fund SBI PSU Fund SBI Infrastructure Fund SBI Arbitrage Opportunities Fund SBI Small & Midcap Fund SBI Banking And Financial Services Fund SBI Gold Fund SBI Equity Savings Fund 1 3 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 29
  2. 2. Debt Fund Index Debt and Liquid Schemes Snapshot SBI Ultra Short Term Debt Fund SBI Short Term Debt Fund SBI Magnum Monthly Income Plan SBI Premier Liquid Fund SBI Magnum Children's Benefit Plan SBI Magnum Income Fund SBI Magnum Gilt Fund – Short Term Plan SBI Magnum Gilt Fund – Long Term Plan SBI Magnum Monthly Income Plan – Floater SBI Savings Fund SBI Dynamic Bond Fund SBI Corporate Bond Fund SBI Magnum InstaCash Fund SBI Magnum InstaCash Fund – Liquid Floater SBI Treasury Advantage Fund Comparative Performance for all Schemes Disclaimer SBI Funds Management Pvt Ltd Branches Dividend History of Debt Funds SBI Regular Savings Fund SBI Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) Total Expense Ratios 31 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 46 47 48 50 59 60 61 45 49 56 58
  3. 3. From the Managing Director’s Desk Dear Friends, Indian equity indices recorded impressive gains for the second month in a row with S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 rising around 4% each in February 2017. The Union Budget’s focus on fiscal prudence, with the fiscal deficit target pegged at 3.2% in 2017-18, status quo on long-term capital gains tax on equities along with positive global cues brought in gains for the markets. The asset management industry has continued to see sustained participation by retail investors with SIPs being the key contributor to the growth. More than 1 crore active SIPs (and growing!) is a testament to the fact that investors are convinced that regular savings every month do help reach one’s financial goals. All it takes is putting aside as low as Rs. 500 a month in an equity-based scheme. As the number of folios, SIPs and AUMs grow in our industry, one area where I would like to see growth is among women investors. Women investors still form a very small base of the mutual fund investors’ universe, and this needs to change as times are changing. As more women enter the workforce and build successful careers, women have to work towards establishing a ‘new normal’ in their homes and start contributing to investing decisions. The abilities we use in our personal lives can be easily incorporated to our investing life – wanting the best for our money, keeping an eye on what we want (i.e. our goals) and putting aside some amount for a rainy day. It is time to shed the aversion to making decisions on money matters and get involved. Mutual Funds are simpler than you think and offer way more in terms of facilities to invest both online and offline, and are lighter on your budget so you can start investing small amounts today. If in doubt, ask a well- informed friend about how they work, reach out to a financial advisor near you or visit one of our SBI MF branches. Anuradha Rao MD & CEO 1
  4. 4. If you are one of those still figuring out tax saving investments, it is still not too late. Equity Linked Savings Schemes (ELSS) from mutual funds are an ideal tax-saving option offering a combination of tax benefit (with a 3-year lock-in) and potential of equity market linked returns in one mutual fund scheme. SBI Magnum Taxgain Scheme, our flagship ELSS scheme with a 23-year history, is a good option. As we always tell our investors, planning taxes should be about more than just saving taxes and ELSS with its twin benefits of equity-market linked returns and tax saving benefits is an ideal option for anyone looking to invest. As always, we value your investments and look forward to your continued patronage. Warm Regards, Anuradha Rao Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer 2
  5. 5. Market Overview Navneet Munot ED & CIO A fact not widely appreciated is that India is transforming from a “data poor” to a “data rich” society. A variety of forces including the Aadhar biometric card, cheaper data connectivity, significant push from the government and rapid adoption by a young population can lead to a paradigm shift. Government is aiming at digitizing and integrating the services of all government bodies starting with digitization of land records, integrating tax collection under one ‘big data’ platform and deploying Aadhaar for last mile delivery of government services. These measures help bringing down corruption, enable system-wide efficiencies, and could free up huge economic value, through improved cost and operational performance. This transformation from a ‘data poor’ to ‘data rich’ nation is happening at an exponential pace. The policy level thrust towards adoption of technology could unleash significant productivity gains and growth in India. There is surely a big move towards “digitalization of finance” with banking and financial services witnessing rapid adoption of technology. Government has rolled out a program, under the name of ‘VISAKA’ to train households on internet literacy. Internet literacy can be a significant platform to bridge the divide between rural and urban India. Whole host of services and innovations that can ride the digital platform and citizens can draw immense benefits from healthcare to education, citizen services to transport and the like. With Internet penetration hovering at around 20% and increasing very fast, there is a lot of scope for this ambitious program to succeed. Indian equity market started the year with two fears- impact of Demonetization on growth and Trump’s policy in US. Reassuringly, corporate India’s Q3 FY17 performance and the release of Q3 GDP numbers have downsized the fears on the former. The corporate results reflect some discolorations in rural demand due to demonetization, impacting the profitability of consumer companies with rural focus, but urban demand remained largely intact. There is another visible trend that formal sector seems to be benefiting at the cost of informal sector and implementation of GST may further accentuate that trend. Coming to the latter, while there are still a number of unknowns as to how Donald Trump’s policy measures would pan out, we know that there are clearly ‘nationalist’ tendencies in his policy. These policies are aimed at spurring US manufacturing activities and jobs creation. The government is trying to achieve this via following a restrictive immigration policy, higher import tariffs and border tax adjustments (BTA). BTA aims to make US’ exports more competitive and imports from other countries relatively expensive. Our analysis suggests that India is certainly less vulnerable to US’ tax and trade policies when compared to other countries. Further, the intensity with which US’ reforms measures impact India will also depend on the extent to which prices and currency adjust. The silver lining amidst uncertainties surrounding US policies is that cyclical recovery in global growth can continue to act as a tailwind for Indian exports, which makes nearly one-fifth of India’s growth now. From a longer-term perspective, like the ‘Currency war’ and ‘Trade war’, US’ policies could actually initiate ‘tax wars’ between countries. With US targeting to make its tax-structure more 3
  6. 6. (domestic) business friendly, rest of the world may be forced to follow the suit and world-wide taxation reforms could spur the business activity in respective countries. Who knows, this ‘Globalization of Localization’ where every country is focused on incentivizing their domestic businesses could actually be positive for aggregate growth levels of the world. With regards to Indian equity market, the ever improving liquidity and fading away of demonetization fears drove the market returns in February. FIIs turned out to be net buyers in February; pumping US$ 1.42 (year-to-date) and domestic mutual fund continue to remain buyers for nearly three years now. On growth, the impact of reform measures, remonetization, monetary transmission and pick- up in global trade can stimulate cyclical demand in India. Nevertheless, we see the twin balance-sheet stress (corporate and banking sector) as one of the key pestering issues, which need to be ironed out to drive a sustainable growth in the country. With Sensex trading at around 18 times 1-year forward earnings, equity valuations are at the upper-end of the historical range and near-term upside may be capped. Liquidity is also chasing growth opportunities down the cap curve and some of the mid and small caps have risen sharply. That said, we remain positive from medium to longer term perspective owing to inherent structural strengths of the economy, bottoming of corporate profitability and prospects of domestic flows. With regards to the bond market, double whammy of no rate cut and a relatively hawkish outlook in the last monetary policy meeting (on February 8th) took the market by surprise. The immediate impact was negative and yields have inched up by about 50-70bps post the rate decision. The significant consideration underpinning the shift in monetary stance is the persistence of core inflation, which could provide further downward inflexibility in movement of headline inflation. Without stating it explicitly, the RBI has also seemingly shifted its focus towards core inflation rather than headline inflation. The central bank has candidly opined on transitory features of current soft inflation. By not responding to food led CPI decline, RBI has bought itself sufficient reasons to remain unmoved at the time of transitory upside risks in future. With GST likely to be rolled out this year, states adopting the 7th Pay commission and global developments rendering multiple channels of uncertainty, such instances (of upside pressures) will be many. We expect the central bank to closely monitor the Inflation and commodity price movements. At the same time, monetary policy actions are unlikely to be independent of any material financial stability concerns arising from global developments, given that any such events could have feedback loop into domestic macros though the currency channel. Since December, we have been running lower duration and our conservatism has been reinforced in the last two monetary policy meets. While, we believe that policy rate moves would be data-dependent but the adoption of neutral stance is likely to lend bearishness to the bond market in the near term. Supply-demand dynamics of the government bonds, liquidity situation of the banks once the demonetization effects completely dissipates, bank credit outlook and, global outlook will take prominence in guiding the bonk markets trajectory. We remain constructive, but with a slightly longer term approach as average CPI settle lower and government’s measures to widen the tax base leads to structural improvement in the fiscal balance. Accordingly, we may increase the duration at the opportune time. Navneet Munot Executive Director & CIO -SBI Funds Management Private Limited 4
  7. 7. EQUITY SCHEMES SNAPSHOT Please consult your financial advisor before investing. Fund Name Type of the Scheme Allotment Date Fund Manager SBI Magnum Balanced Fund An Open-ended Balanced Scheme 31/12/1995 Mr. R. Srinivasan - Equity Mr. Dinesh Ahuja - Debt SBI Magnum Taxgain Scheme SBI Magnum Multicap Fund An Open-ended Growth Scheme 29/09/2005 Mr. Anup Upadhyay SBI Magnum Equity Fund An Open ended Equity Scheme 01/01/1991 Mr. R. Srinivasan SBI Nifty Index Fund An Open-ended Index Fund 17/01/2002 Mr. Raviprakash Sharma SBI Magnum Multiplier Fund An Open-ended Equity Scheme 28/02/1993 Mr. Saurabh Pant SBI Blue Chip Fund An Open-ended Growth Scheme 14/02/2006 Ms. Sohini Andani SBI Emerging Businesses Fund An Open-ended Equity Fund 11/10/2004 Mr. R. Srinivasan SBI Contra Fund An Open-ended Equity Fund 14/07/1999 Mr. R. Srinivasan Managing Since Ideal Investment Horizon Minimum Investment Amount Additional Investment Amount Jan-2012 3 Year + ` 5000 & in multiples of ` 1 ` ` 500 & in multiples of 500 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 500 & in multiples of 500 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 An Open- ended Equity Linked Savings Scheme 31/03/1993 Mr. Dinesh Balachandran Sep-2016 3 Year + Feb-2017 3 Year + May-2009 3 Year + Feb-2011 3 Year + Sep-2016 3 Year + Sep-2010 3 Year + May-2009 3 Year + Jun-2011 3 Year + Exit Load For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment: For 10% of investment - Nil For remaining investments - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil NIL 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 For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Nil For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment – 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment – Nil Options Available Growth, Dividend Growth, Dividend Growth, Dividend Growth, Dividend Growth, Dividend Growth, Dividend Growth, Dividend Growth, Dividend Growth, Dividend SIP (Minimum Amount) 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Weekly - Minimum thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum ` ` ` 500 & in multiples of 500 500 & in multiples of 500` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` SIP Dates Weekly Monthly & Quarterly 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25t h/30th (in case of February last business day) 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25t h/30th (in case of February last business day) 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) Benchmark CRISIL Balanced Fund - Aggressive Index S&P BSE 100 Index S&P BSE 500 Index Nifty 50 Index Nifty 50 Index S&P BSE 200 Index S&P BSE 100 Index S&P BSE 500 Index S&P BSE 100 Index (Previously known as SBI MSFU - Contra Fund) (Previously known as SBI MSFU - Emerging Businesses Fund) Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Plans Available (Previously known as SBI Magnum Index Fund) SBI FMCG Fund An Open-ended Equity Fund 14/07/1999 Mr. Saurabh Pant Jun-2011 3 Year + For exit within 15 days from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 15 days from the date of allotment - Nil Growth, Dividend 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) S&P BSE Fast Moving Consumer Goods Index (Previously known as SBI MSFU - FMCG Fund) Regular, Direct ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` (Previously known as SBI Magnum Multiplier Plus Scheme 1993) 5
  8. 8. EQUITY SCHEMES SNAPSHOT Fund Name Type of the Scheme Allotment Date Fund Manager Ideal Investment Horizon Minimum Investment Amount Additional Investment Amount Exit Load Options Available SIP Dates Weekly Monthly & Quarterly Benchmark SBI IT Fund An Open-ended Equity Fund 14/07/1999 Mr. Anup Upadhyay Jun-2011 3 Year + For exit within 15 days from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 15 days from the date of allotment - Nil Growth Dividend 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) S&P BSE - Information Technology Index SBI Pharma Fund An Open-ended Equity Fund 14/07/1999 Mr. Tanmaya Desai Jun-2011 3 Year + For exit within 15 days from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 15 days from the date of allotment - Nil Growth, Dividend 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25t h/30th (in case of February last business day) S&P BSE HEALTH CARE Index SBI Magnum COMMA Fund An Open-ended Equity Scheme 08/08/2005 Mr. Richard D'souza Aug-2014 3 Year + For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Growth, Dividend 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25t h/30th (in case of February last business day) Nifty Commodities Index SBI Magnum Global Fund An Open-ended Equity Scheme 30/09/1994 Mr. R. Srinivasan May-2009 3 Year + For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil Growth, Dividend 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) S&P BSE MidSmallCap Index SBI Magnum Midcap Fund An Open-ended Growth Scheme 29/03/2005 Ms. Sohini Andani July-2010 3 Year + For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Growth, Dividend 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) Nifty MidSmallcap 400 Index SBI Arbitrage Opportunities Fund An Open-ended Scheme 03/11/2006 Mr. Neeraj Kumar Oct-2012 1 Year + For exit within 1 month from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 1 month from the date of allotment - Nil Growth, Dividend 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) CRISIL Liquid Fund Index SBI Infrastructure Fund An Open-ended Growth Scheme 06/07/2007 Mr. Richard D'souza Aug-2014 3 Year + For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Growth, Dividend 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th /30th (in case of February last business day) Nifty Infrastructure Index SBI PSU Fund An Open-ended Equity Scheme 07/07/2010 Mr. Richard D'souza Aug-2014 3 Year + For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Growth, Dividend 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25 th/30th (in case of February last business day) S&P BSE PSU INDEX Managing Since (Previously known as SBI MSFU - IT Fund) (Previously known as SBI MSFU - Pharma Fund) (Previously known as SBI Infrastructure Fund- Series 1) Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Plans Available Please consult your financial advisor before investing. Fund invests in stocks of commodity based companies ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP (Minimum Amount) 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` SBI Small & Midcap Fund An Open-ended Equity Scheme 09/09/2009 Mr. R. Srinivasan Nov - 2013 3 Year + For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th/3 0th (in case of February last business day) S&P BSE Small Cap Index Regular, Direct Growth, Dividend NA NA NAWeekly - 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` 6
  9. 9. EQUITY SCHEMES SNAPSHOT Please consult your financial advisor before investing. 7 Fund Name Type of the Scheme Allotment Date Fund Manager Managing Since Ideal Investment Horizon Minimum Investment Amount Additional Investment Amount Exit Load Options Available SIP (Minimum Amount) SIP Dates Weekly Monthly & Quarterly Benchmark Plans Available SBI Banking & Financial Services Fund ` ` 5000 & in multiples of 1 ` ` 1000 & in multiples of 1 An Open Ended Sector Fund 26/02/2015 Ms. Sohini Andani Feb-2015 3 Year + For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil 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 12 months Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for minimum one year ` ` ` ` ` ` 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/ 15th/20th/25th/30th (in case of February last business day) Nifty Financial Services 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 ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum 6 months (or) minimum 500 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum one year Quarterly - Minimum 1500 & in multiples of Re. 1 thereafter for minimum one year ` ` ` ` ` 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/5th/20th/25th/30th (in case of February last business day) 1st/8th/15th/ 22nd 1st/5th/10th/5th/20th/25th/30th (in case of February last business day) Price of Physical Gold 30% Nifty 50 + 70% Crisil Liquid Fund Index SBI Gold Fund SBI Equity Savings Fund An Open Ended Fund of Fund Scheme An Open Ended Equity Scheme 12/09/2011 27/05/2015 Mr. Raviprakash Sharma Mr. Neeraj Kumar - Arbitrage Portion Mr. Ruchit Mehta - Equity, Debt Sep-2011 May-2015 3 Year + 3 Year + ` 5000 & in multiples of ` 1 ` 5000 & in multiples of ` 1 ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 Exit within 1 year from the date of allotment – 1%; Exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil. For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment: For 9 % of the investments - Nil; For remaining investments - 1.00% Switches made to all open ended equity schemes of SBI Mutual Fund and SBI Magnum Balanced Fund within 1 year from the date of allotment – Nil For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment – Nil. Growth, Dividend Growth, Dividend Regular, Direct Regular, Direct Regular, Direct
  10. 10. Fund Manager : Application Amount for Fresh Subscription : Minimum Additional Amount : Yield to Maturity : SIP : NAV : Benchmark : Entry Load : Exit Load : Modified Duration : Standard Deviation : Sharpe Ratio : Beta : AUM : Holdings : Nature of Scheme : Rating Profile : Tracking Error : An employee of the asset management company such as a mutual fund or life insurer, who manages investments of the scheme. He is usually part of a larger team of fund managers and research analysts. This is the minimum investment amount for a new investor in a mutual fund scheme. This is the minimum investment amount for an existing investor in a mutual fund scheme. The Yield to Maturity or the YTM is the rate of return anticipated on a bond if held until maturity. YTM is expressed as an annual rate. The YTM factors in the bond's current market price, par value, coupon interest rate and time to maturity. SIP or systematic investment plan works on the principle of making periodic investments of a fixed sum. It works similar to a recurring bank deposit. For instance, an investor may opt for an SIP that invests Rs 500 every 15th of the month in an equity fund for a period of three years. The NAV or the net asset value is the total asset value per unit of the mutual fund after deducting all related and permissible expenses. The NAV is calculated at the end of every business day. It is the value at which the investor enters or exits the mutual fund. A group of securities, usually a market index, whose performance is used as a standard or benchmark to measure investment performance of mutual funds, among other investments. Some typical benchmarks include the Nifty 50, S&P BSE Sensex, BSE 200, BSE 500, 10-Year Gsec. A mutual fund may have a sales charge or load at the time of entry and/or exit to compensate the distributor/agent. Entry load is charged at the time an investor purchases the units of a mutual fund. The entry load is added to the prevailing NAV at the time of investment. For instance, if the NAV is Rs. 100 and the entry load is 1%, the investor will enter the fund at Rs 101. Exit load is charged at the time an investor redeems the units of a mutual fund. The exit load is deducted from the prevailing NAV at the time of redemption. For instance, if the NAV is Rs 100 and the exit load is 1%, the redemption price would be Rs 99 Per Unit. Modified duration is the price sensitivity and the percentage change in price for a unit change in yield Standard deviation is a statistical measure of the range of an investment's performance. When a mutual fund has a high standard deviation, its means its range of performance is wide, implying greater volatility. The Sharpe Ratio, named after its founder, the Nobel Laureate William Sharpe, is a measure of risk- adjusted returns. It is calculated using standard deviation and excess return to determine reward per unit of risk. Beta is a measure of an investment's volatility vis-à-vis the market. Beta of less than 1 means that the security will be less volatile than the market. A beta of greater than 1 implies that the security's price will be more volatile than the market. AUM or assets under management refers to the recent / updated cumulative market value of investments managed by a mutual fund or any investment firm. The holdings or the portfolio is a mutual fund's latest or updated reported statement of investments/securities. These are usually displayed in terms of percentage to net assets or the rupee value or both. The objective is to give investors an idea of where their money is being invested by the fund manager. The investment objective and underlying investments determine the nature of the mutual fund scheme. For instance, a mutual fund that aims at generating capital appreciation by investing in stock markets is an equity fund or growth fund. Likewise, a mutual fund that aims at capital preservation by investing in debt markets is a debt fund or income fund. Each of these categories may have sub-categories. Mutual funds invest in securities after evaluating their creditworthiness as disclosed by the ratings. A depiction of the mutual fund in various investments based on their ratings becomes the rating profile of the fund. Typically, this is a feature of debt funds. Measure that indicates how closely the portfolio return tracks the benchmark return. Tracking error is the standard deviation of the difference of returns between a portfolio and the benchmark over a specified holding period. S&P S&P Note: SEBI, vide circular dated June 30, 2009 has abolished entry load and mandated that the upfront commission to distributors will be paid by the investor directly to the distributor, based on his assessment of various factors including the service rendered by the distributor 8 How to read the Factsheet?
  11. 11. Investment Objective 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. Date of Allotment 14/02/2006 Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Growth Scheme Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : : 13.57% : 0.86 1.05 : 0.99 Fund Manager Ms. Sohini Andani Sep-2010 Managing Since Total Experience Over 22 years Benchmark S&P BSE 100 Index # 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 (6.05% as on ) Basis for Ratio Calculation: 3 Years Monthly Data Points 28th February 2017 Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 11,653.12 Crores AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 11,483.41 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP Weekly - Minimum 1000 & in multiples of 1 thereafter 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. ` ` for a minimum of 6 instalments. ` ` ` ` ` ` 9 Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 32.3363 Reg-Plan-Dividend 18.4021 Dir-Plan-Dividend 21.7304 Dir-Plan-Growth 33.4754 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 23-Sep-16 (Reg Plan) 1.00 18.5964 04- Nov-10 1.50 12.99 30-Nov-07 2.00 13.58 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 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. SBI Blue Chip Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investment in equity shares of companies whose market capitalization is atleast equal to or more than the least market capitalized stock of S&P BSE 100 index to provide long term capital growth opportunities. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 23.62 AUTOMOBILE 10.59 PHARMA 8.25 ENERGY 7.54 CONSUMER GOODS 7.38 IT 6.20 CONSTRUCTION 5.16 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 4.56 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 4.02 FERTILISERS & PESTICIDES 3.87 METALS 1.79 HEALTHCARE SERVICES 1.26 CHEMICALS 0.64 NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Other Current Assets comprise of Futures 8.42% HDFC BANK LTD. 6.73 INFOSYS LTD. 3.55 LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD. 3.37 NESTLE INDIA LTD. 3.30 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. 3.15 STATE BANK OF INDIA 3.13 SUN PHARMACEUTICALS INDUSTRIES LTD. 3.08 MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD. 2.92 UPL LTD. 2.91 BHARAT ELECTRONICS LTD. 2.86 Grand Total 34.99 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets 69.78% 14.94% 15.28%
  12. 12. PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION 10 Investment Objective To provide investors long term capital appreciation along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme by investing in a mix of debt and equity. The scheme will invest in a diversified portfolio of equities of high growth companies and balance the risk through investing the rest in a relatively safe portfolio of debt. Date of Allotment 31/12/1995 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment: For 10% of investment - Nil For remaining investments - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil. • • Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 10.67% : 0.97 : 1.17 : 0.17 Fund Managers Mr. R. Srinivasan -Equity Mr. Dinesh Ahuja Mr. R. Srinivasan - Mr. Dinesh Ahuja - -Debt Managing Since Total Experience Jan-2012 Over 24 years Over 19 years Benchmark CRISIL Balanced Fund - Aggressive Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calcula Risk Free rate: FFBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) tion: 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 9,001.74 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Balanced Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 8,734.74 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 106.5308 Reg-Plan-Dividend 27.1343 Dir-Plan-Dividend 38.8135 Dir-Plan-Growth 110.5134 SBI Magnum Balanced Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investment in a mix of debt and equity through stocks of high growth companies and relatively safe portfolio of debt to provide both long term capital appreciation and liquidity. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 30-Dec-16 0.60 25.6184 0.85 36.5753 (Reg Plan) 30-Dec-16 (Dir Plan) 30-Sep-16 (Reg Plan) 0.70 27.3949 30-Sep-16 (Dir Plan) 1.00 38.9970 24-Jun-16 (Reg Plan) 0.60 26.2681 24-Jun-16 (Dir Plan) 0.80 37.2806 23-Mar-16 (Reg Plan) 0.65 25.6562 23-Mar-16 (Dir Plan) 0.90 36.2410 23-Dec-15 (Reg Plan) 0.70 26.9507 23-Dec-15 (Dir Plan) 1.00 37.9175 24-Sep-15 (Reg Plan) 0.90 27.0163 24-Sep-15 (Dir Plan) 1.25 37.9034 26-Jun-15 (Reg Plan) 0.90 28.1430 26-Jun-15 (Dir Plan) 1.25 39.3707 20-Mar-15 (Reg Plan) 1.00 29.1015 20-Mar-15 (Dir Plan) 2.50 40.5547 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 39.20 IT 9.98 SERVICES 6.73 AUTOMOBILE 5.77 PHARMA 5.56 CONSUMER GOODS 5.41 SOVEREIGN 4.56 METALS 4.22 ENERGY 2.62 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 2.43 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 2.15 CHEMICALS 1.62 CONSTRUCTION 1.49 HEALTHCARE SERVICES 1.03 TELECOM 1.01 MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT 0.25 TOP 10 HOLDINGS EQUITY DEBT Grand Total 47.22 HDFC BANK LTD. 5.73 STATE BANK OF INDIA 5.10 KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD. 4.47 INFOSYS LTD. 3.84 DIVI'S LABORATORIES LTD. 3.13 SUNDARAM CLAYTON LTD. 2.63 GRUH FINANCE LTD. 2.63 SUNDARAM FINANCE LTD. 2.32 ICICI BANK LTD. 2.25 HCL TECHNOLOGIES LTD. 2.25 TATA STEEL LTD. 2.78 L&T METRO RAIL (HYDERABAD) LTD. 1.42 CREDILA FINANCIAL SERVICES PVT. LTD. 1.32 CHOLAMANDALAM INVESTMENT AND FINANCE CO. LTD. 1.22 EQUITAS FINANCE LTD. 1.13 ADITYA BIRLA RETAIL LTD. 1.11 SVL LTD. 1.10 6.97% CGL 2026 0.99 NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA 0.92 MANAPPURAM FINANCE LTD. 0.88 Stock/Issuer Name (%) Of Total AUM Large Cap Midcap Small CapCash & Other Current Assets (Include Debt) 38.41% 29.48% 3.31% 28.80%
  13. 13. PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION 11 Investment Objective 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. Date of Allotment 30/09/1994 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 14.12% : 0.67 : 1.11 : 0.29 Fund Manager Mr. R. Srinivasan May-2009 Over 24 years Managing Since Total Experience Benchmark S&P BSE MidSmallCap Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FFBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 2,972.25 Crores AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 2,964.10 Crores Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Scheme Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 139.3653 Reg-Plan-Dividend 46.5595 Dir-Plan-Dividend 56.2555 Dir-Plan-Growth 144.1085 SBI Magnum Global Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 25-Nov-16 (Reg Plan) 5.00 45.0759 31-May-11 5.00 26.51 12-Mar-10 5.00 27.52 23-Mar-07 5.00 27.34 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 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 19.20 CONSUMER GOODS 17.43 FINANCIAL SERVICES 11.85 SERVICES 9.73 AUTOMOBILE 8.66 PHARMA 6.96 CHEMICALS 6.31 TEXTILES 5.21 FERTILISERS & PESTICIDES 2.49 HEALTHCARE SERVICES 2.31 IT 2.22 CONSTRUCTION 1.97 MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT 1.18 TOP 10 HOLDINGS GRUH FINANCE LTD. 5.03 MRF LTD. 4.71 PROCTER & GAMBLE HYGIENE AND HEALTH CARE LTD. 4.54 DIVI'S LABORATORIES LTD. 3.83 SUNDARAM FINANCE LTD. 3.83 SOLAR INDUSTRIES INDIA LTD. 3.83 PAGE INDUSTRIES LTD. 3.37 LAURUS LABS LTD. 3.13 GRINDWELL NORTON LTD. 3.00 CRISIL LTD. 2.98 Grand Total 38.26 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap 6.43% 82.92% 6.16% 4.49%
  14. 14. 12 Investment Objective 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. Date of Allotment 29/03/2005 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * Fund Manager Ms. Sohini Andani Over 22 years Managing Since Total Experience July-2010 Benchmark Nifty MidSmallcap 400 Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calcula Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) tion: 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 3,384.48 Crores : 15.61% : 0.69 : 1.36 : 0.38 Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Growth Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 3,349.15 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 71.1531 Reg-Plan-Dividend 30.6772 Dir-Plan-Dividend 44.1115 Dir-Plan-Growth 73.7696 SBI Magnum MidCap Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation Investment predominantly in a well diversified equity stocks of Midcap companies. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 30-Jun-16 (Reg-Plan) 2.50 28.2445 30- -16 (Dir-Plan) 3.50 40.3050 08-Aug-13 (Reg-Plan) 5.00 18.1066 31-Dec-07 3.50 29.02 Jun 20-Mar-15 (Reg-Plan) 4.80 26.6619 20-Mar-15 (Dir-Plan) 6.80 37.4040 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 15.12 PHARMA 13.03 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 12.44 CONSUMER GOODS 11.71 FERTILISERS & PESTICIDES 7.18 CONSTRUCTION 5.48 HEALTHCARE SERVICES 5.47 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 4.69 SERVICES 2.63 ENERGY 2.47 AUTOMOBILE 2.15 IT 2.03 CHEMICALS 1.85 MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT 1.67 TEXTILES 0.51 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION STRIDES SHASUN LTD. 4.62 THE RAMCO CEMENTS LTD. 4.00 MANPASAND BEVERAGES LTD. 3.80 CHOLAMANDALAM INVESTMENT AND FINANCE CO. LTD. 3.55 CARBORUNDUM UNIVERSAL LTD. 3.28 GREAVES COTTON LTD. 3.06 SHEELA FOAM LTD. 2.84 INDRAPRASTHA GAS LTD. 2.47 PI INDUSTRIES LTD. 2.43 EQUITAS HOLDING LTD. 2.33 Grand Total 32.40 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap Other Current Assets comprise of Futures 5.15% 4.68% 73.12% 10.62% 11.58%
  15. 15. 13 Investment Objective To provide the investor long-term capital appreciation by investing in high growth companies along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme through investments primarily in equities and the balance in debt and money market instruments. Date of Allotment 01/01/1991 Entry Load N.A. Plans Available Regular Direct Options Growth Dividend SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Exit Load For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 14.34% : 0.95 : 0.80 : 0.46 Fund Manager Mr. R. Srinivasan Managing Since Total Experience May-2009 Over 24 years Benchmark Nifty 50 Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calculation: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 1,789.23 Crores Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 1,772.01 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 82.6433 Reg-Plan-Dividend 30.7349 Dir-Plan-Dividend 36.3740 Dir-Plan-Growth 85.0154 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 29-Apr-16 (Reg Plan) 4.50 27.4893 29-Apr-16 (Dir Plan) 5.00 32.3240 02-May-14 (Reg Plan) 4.00 27.8757 14-Dec-12 4.00 32.22 28-Jan-11 3.50 28.44 31-Dec-09 5.00 29.27 24-Apr-15 (Reg Plan) 6.00 31.7479 24-Apr-15 (Dir Plan) 7.00 36.7592 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. SBI Magnum Equity Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 33.05 IT 15.44 ENERGY 12.35 CONSUMER GOODS 8.09 PHARMA 7.63 AUTOMOBILE 6.87 SERVICES 5.16 METALS 5.11 TELECOM 2.25 CONSTRUCTION 1.07 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION INFOSYS LTD. 7.92 HDFC BANK LTD. 7.54 STATE BANK OF INDIA 6.02 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. 5.47 HCL TECHNOLOGIES LTD. 5.17 ICICI BANK LTD. 5.10 ITC LTD. 4.25 KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD. 4.04 AXIS BANK LTD. 3.12 INTERGLOBE AVIATION LTD. 3.08 Grand Total 51.70 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets 94.80% 2.20% 3.00%
  16. 16. 14 Investment Objective 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. Date of Allotment 31/03/1993 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend SIP Weekly - Minimum thereafter for a minimum of 6 instalments. Monthly - Minimum ` ` ` ` 500 & in multiples of 500 500 & in multiples of 500. Exit Load NIL Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 14.94% : 0.95 : 0.81 : 0.61 Fund Manager Mr. Dinesh Balachandran Sep-2016 Over 15 years Managing Since Total Experience Benchmark S&P BSE 100 Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calculation: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 5,242.87 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `500 & in multiples of 500 Additional Investment ` `500 & in multiples of 500 Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Linked Savings Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 5,177.98 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 122.0198 Reg-Plan-Dividend 43.8705 Dir-Plan-Dividend 54.7629 Dir-Plan-Growth 124.7844 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 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 28-Mar-14 (Reg Plan) 3.50 34.5688 28-Mar-13 (Reg Plan) 3.50 30.8878 22-Mar-12 3.50 31.52 18-Mar-11 4.00 34.26 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. SBI Magnum Taxgain Scheme This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation Investment in a portfolio of equity shares, while offering deduction under Section 80 C of IT Act, 1961. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. Investment under the Scheme has a lock-in period of 3 years. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 30.43 CONSUMER GOODS 12.13 AUTOMOBILE 9.59 IT 8.87 PHARMA 8.47 ENERGY 6.71 CONSTRUCTION 5.76 SERVICES 5.11 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 3.44 FERTILISERS & PESTICIDES 2.54 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 1.83 TEXTILES 1.83 CHEMICALS 1.10 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION STATE BANK OF INDIA 6.53 ICICI BANK LTD. 5.14 HDFC BANK LTD. 5.02 INFOSYS LTD. 4.71 ITC LTD. 4.56 TATA MOTORS LTD. 3.97 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. 3.50 CESC LTD. 3.21 LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD. 3.17 MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD. 3.01 Grand Total 42.81 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap 68.51% 26.32% 2.99% 2.18%
  17. 17. 15 Investment Objective The investment objective of the Emerging Businesses Fund would be to participate in the growth potential presented by various companies that are considered emergent and have export 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. Date of Allotment 11/10/2004 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil. Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 14.60% : 0.83 : 1.12 : 0.34 Fund Manager Mr. R. Srinivasan Managing Since Total Experience May-2009 Over 24 years Benchmark S&P BSE 500 Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calcula FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) tion: 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 1,817.41 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct (Previously known as SBI MSFU - Emerging Businesses Fund) Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Fund AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 1,806.64 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 103.1862 Reg-Plan-Dividend 23.1022 Dir-Plan-Dividend 31.7752 Dir-Plan-Growth 106.8584 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 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 26-Apr-13 (Reg Plan) 2.50 15.3680 30-Mar-12 2.50 14.37 30-Jul-09 2.50 11.47 28-Mar-08 2.50 18.14 31-Oct-05 5.10 17.74 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. SBI Emerging Businesses Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 21.80 CONSUMER GOODS 18.60 SERVICES 16.61 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 14.12 PHARMA 11.87 CHEMICALS 6.96 AUTOMOBILE 2.46 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION PROCTER & GAMBLE HYGIENE AND HEALTH CARE LTD. 9.37 HDFC BANK LTD. 7.11 DIVI'S LABORATORIES LTD. 7.10 SOLAR INDUSTRIES INDIA LTD. 6.96 GRUH FINANCE LTD. 6.37 ELGI EQUIPMENTS LTD. 5.94 THE GREAT EASTERN SHIPPING CO. LTD. 5.50 KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD. 4.41 EQUITAS HOLDING LTD. 3.90 HAWKINS COOKERS LTD. 3.62 Grand Total 60.29 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap 26.99% 55.47% 9.95% 7.59% Other Current Assets comprise of Futures 2.16%
  18. 18. 16 Investment Objective To provide the investors maximum growth opportunity through equity investments in stocks of growth oriented sectors of the economy. Date of Allotment 14/07/1999 Entry Load Nil Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 15 Days from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 15 Days from the date of allotment - Nil. Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 14.91% : 0.97 : 0.75 : 0.29 Fund Manager Mr. Saurabh Pant Jun-2011 Managing Since Total Experience Over 10 years Benchmark S&P BSE Fast Moving Consumer Goods Index # 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. for Ratio Calculation: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 279.87 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct (Previously known as SBI MSFU - FMCG Fund) Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Fund AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 278.39 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 86.5533 Reg-Plan-Dividend 61.5824 Dir-Plan-Dividend 74.9923 Dir-Plan-Growth 90.1615 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 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) CONSUMER GOODS 92.60 TEXTILES 4.57 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION ITC LTD. 36.02 GREENPLY INDUSTRIES LTD. 7.25 JUBILANT FOODWORKS LTD. 6.97 SHEELA FOAM LTD. 6.90 NESTLE INDIA LTD. 6.81 TITAN CO. LTD. 5.55 MANPASAND BEVERAGES LTD. 5.04 INDIAN TERRAIN FASHIONS LTD. 4.57 VIP INDUSTRIES LTD. 4.33 UNITED BREWERIES LTD. 4.03 Grand Total 87.48 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM SBI FMCG Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation Equity Investments in stock of FMCG sector of the economy to provide sector specific growth opportunities. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk LOW HIGH Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap 52.18% 30.20% 14.78% 2.84%
  19. 19. 17 Investment Objective To provide the investors maximum growth opportunity through equity investments in stocks of growth oriented sectors of the economy. Date of Allotment 14/07/1999 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 15 Days from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 15 Days from the date of allotment - Nil. Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 19.04% : 0.97 : 0.63 : 0.34 Fund Manager Mr. Tanmaya Desai Jun-2011 Managing Since Total Experience Over 9 years Benchmark S&P BSE HEALTH CARE Index # 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. for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 1,050.80 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct (Previously known as SBI MSFU - Pharma Fund) Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Fund AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 1,041.39 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 136.5608 Reg-Plan-Dividend 101.9878 Dir-Plan-Dividend 117.4736 Dir-Plan-Growth 142.6455 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 30-Jan-15 (Reg Plan) 10.00 93.5001 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) PHARMA 89.17 HEALTHCARE SERVICES 8.94 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION SUN PHARMACEUTICALS INDUSTRIES LTD. 15.51 STRIDES SHASUN LTD. 9.96 AUROBINDO PHARMA LTD. 9.03 CIPLA LTD. 8.89 LUPIN LTD. 8.42 GLENMARK PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. 6.17 ALKEM LABORATORIES LTD. 4.08 THYROCARE TECHNOLOGIES LTD. 4.00 SEQUENT SCIENTIFIC LTD. 3.94 TORRENT PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. 3.89 Grand Total 73.88 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM SBI Pharma Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation E q u i t y I n v e s t m e n t s i n s t o c k o f Pharmaceuticals sector of the economy to p r o v i d e s e c t o r s p e c i f i c g r o w t h opportunities. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk LOW HIGH Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap 55.98%38.60% 2.42% 3.00%
  20. 20. 18 (Previously known as SBI MSFU - IT Fund) Investment Objective To provide the investors maximum growth opportunity through equity investments in stocks of growth oriented sectors of the economy. Date of Allotment 14/07/1999 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 15 days from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 15 days from the date of allotment - Nil. Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 17.33% : 0.87 : 0.07 : 0.62 Fund Manager Mr. Anup Upadhyay Jun-2011 Managing Since Total Experience Over 10 years Benchmark S&P BSE - Information Technology Index # 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. for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 63.18 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Fund AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 61.72 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 45.7574 Reg-Plan-Dividend 32.3120 Dir-Plan-Dividend 39.7159 Dir-Plan-Growth 47.6008 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 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) IT 96.37 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION INFOSYS LTD. 32.30 TECH MAHINDRA LTD. 10.97 PERSISTENT SYSTEMS LTD. 8.76 ORACLE FINANCIAL SERVICES SOFTWARE LTD. 7.85 HCL TECHNOLOGIES LTD. 5.95 TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES LTD. 5.92 CYIENT LTD. 5.43 COGNIZANT TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS CORPORATION 5.21 GEOMETRIC LTD. 4.45 MPHASIS LTD. 3.05 Grand Total 89.88 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap SBI IT Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation Equity Investments in stock of IT sector of the economy to provide sector specific growth opportunities. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk LOW HIGH 62.99% 22.67% 5.51% 8.83%
  21. 21. 19 Investment Objective To provide the investors maximum growth opportunity through equity investments in stocks of growth oriented sectors of the economy. Date of Allotment 14/07/1999 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil. Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 15.22% : 0.95 : 0.80 : 0.89 Fund Manager Mr. R. Srinivasan Jun-2011 Managing Since Total Experience Over 24 years Benchmark S&P BSE 100 Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 1,736.04 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct (Previously known as SBI MSFU - Contra Fund) Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Fund AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 1,713.14 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 96.3270 Reg-Plan-Dividend 20.7353 Dir-Plan-Dividend 25.9033 Dir-Plan-Growth 98.7482 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 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 29-Nov-13 (Reg Plan) 1.50 14.9365 19-Oct-12 2.00 16.18 14-Oct-11 3.50 16.36 13-Aug-10 3.50 23.23 17-Jul-09 5.00 20.79 16-May-08 4.00 28.09 11-May-07 4.00 25.18 SBI Contra Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 36.16 PHARMA 11.06 SERVICES 9.05 IT 8.45 CONSUMER GOODS 8.08 ENERGY 7.69 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 6.15 CHEMICALS 2.57 AUTOMOBILE 2.38 CONSTRUCTION 2.19 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION STATE BANK OF INDIA 7.28 HDFC BANK LTD. 7.20 PROCTER & GAMBLE HYGIENE AND HEALTH CARE LTD. 5.31 KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD. 5.08 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. 4.99 DIVI'S LABORATORIES LTD. 4.81 COGNIZANT TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS CORPORATION 4.35 HCL TECHNOLOGIES LTD. 4.10 ELGI EQUIPMENTS LTD. 4.02 EQUITAS HOLDING LTD. 3.06 Grand Total 50.19 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. Large Cap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap Midcap 53.71%32.10% 2.25% 11.94%
  22. 22. 20 Investment Objective 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. Date of Allotment 29/09/2005 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load 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 Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 15.54% : 0.96 : 1.20 : 0.33 Fund Manager Mr. Anup Upadhyay Managing Since Total Experience Feb-2017 Over 10 years Benchmark S&P BSE 500 Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 1,765.97 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Growth Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 1,699.21 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 39.2844 Reg-Plan-Dividend 21.2308 Dir-Plan-Dividend 24.4245 Dir-Plan-Growth 40.5139 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 30-Dec-16 (Reg Plan) 1.90 19.2173 (Dir Plan) 2.20 22.067030-Dec-16 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 18-Jan-08 2.50 13.71 29-Jan-07 2.00 14.16 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. SBI Magnum Multicap Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 28.09 CONSUMER GOODS 12.18 ENERGY 9.15 IT 8.78 AUTOMOBILE 8.42 PHARMA 6.36 CONSTRUCTION 5.79 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 3.12 MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT 2.50 METALS 2.27 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 2.09 SERVICES 1.98 TELECOM 1.52 TEXTILES 1.50 CHEMICALS 1.14 FERTILISERS & PESTICIDES 0.82 HEALTHCARE SERVICES 0.07 TOP 10 HOLDINGS HDFC BANK LTD. 5.19 INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD. 3.87 INDUSIND BANK LTD. 3.85 STATE BANK OF INDIA 3.79 MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA FINANCIAL SERVICES LTD. 3.66 EQUITAS HOLDING LTD. 3.42 INFOSYS LTD. 3.16 HCL TECHNOLOGIES LTD. 2.96 TATA MOTORS LTD. 2.93 MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD. 2.60 Grand Total 35.44 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap 56.03% 34.12% 5.62% 4.23%
  23. 23. 21 Investment Objective To provide investors long term capital appreciation/dividend along with the liquidity of an open-ended scheme. Date of Allotment 28/02/1993 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 15.27% : 0.97 : 0.98 : 0.85 Fund Manager Mr. Saurabh Pant Sep-2016 Managing Since Total Experience Over 10 years Benchmark S&P BSE 200 Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 1,703.15 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` (Previously known as SBI Magnum Multiplier Plus Scheme 1993) Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 1,742.76 Crores SBI Magnum Multiplier Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 24.75 CONSUMER GOODS 17.52 PHARMA 9.06 AUTOMOBILE 8.18 ENERGY 7.62 IT 6.80 CONSTRUCTION 5.64 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 4.65 FERTILISERS & PESTICIDES 4.05 TELECOM 3.03 MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT 2.72 CHEMICALS 1.64 HEALTHCARE SERVICES 1.18 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 0.90 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION STATE BANK OF INDIA 6.45 HDFC BANK LTD. 5.72 ICICI BANK LTD. 5.20 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. 4.73 SHEELA FOAM LTD. 4.15 UPL LTD. 4.05 INFOSYS LTD. 3.81 TATA MOTORS LTD. 3.57 MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA FINANCIAL SERVICES LTD. 3.26 LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD. 3.21 Grand Total 44.13 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 178.1607 Reg-Plan-Dividend 89.8874 Dir-Plan-Dividend 105.4799 Dir-Plan-Growth 181.1541 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 1-Oct-10 7.00 64.19 22-Oct-09 7.00 49.31 24-Aug-07 6.00 48.02 31-May-05 2.10 23.64 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS 63.57% 24.93% 9.25% 2.25%
  24. 24. 22 Date of Allotment 17/01/2002 Investment Objective The scheme will adopt a passive investment strategy. The scheme will invest in stocks comprising the in the same proportion as in the index with the objective of achieving returns equivalent to the Total Returns Index of by minimizing the performance difference between the benchmark index and the scheme. The Total Returns Index is an index that reflects the returns on the index from index gain/loss plus dividend payments by the constituent stocks. Nifty 50 Index Nifty 50 Index Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load Nil Quantitative Data Portfolio Turnover Tracking Error * : 0.84 : 0.2351% Fund Manager Mr. Raviprakash Sharma Feb-2011 Managing Since Total Experience Over 17 years Benchmark Nifty 50 Index # 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. Tracking Error is computed for the 3 Year Period ending , based on month-end NAV. Tracking Error is computed using Total Returns Index. 28th February 2017 Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 244.77 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct (Previously known as SBI Magnum In Fund)dex Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Index Fund AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 239.01 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 75.2628 Reg-Plan-Dividend 38.5527 Dir-Plan-Dividend 39.3336 Dir-Plan-Growth 76.6359 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 23-Mar-06 3.30 14.5541 28-Mar-05 3.80 15.0818 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. SBI Nifty Index Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation Passive Investment in stocks comprising the Nifty 50 Index in the same proportion as in the index to achieve returns equivalent to the Total returns Index of Nifty 50 Index. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 31.74 IT 13.32 ENERGY 12.53 AUTOMOBILE 11.10 CONSUMER GOODS 9.94 PHARMA 5.81 CONSTRUCTION 3.62 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 3.01 METALS 2.95 TELECOM 2.32 MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT 0.84 SERVICES 0.73 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 0.44 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION HDFC BANK LTD. 8.44 ITC LTD. 6.69 HDFC LTD. 6.53 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. 6.16 INFOSYS LTD. 6.08 ICICI BANK LTD. 4.84 TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES LTD. 3.94 LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD. 3.62 TATA MOTORS LTD. 3.00 KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD. 2.88 Grand Total 52.18 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Other Current Assets comprise of Futures 1.50% Large Cap Cash & Other Current Assets Mid Cap 97.92% 0.45% 1.63%
  25. 25. 23 Investment Objective 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. Date of Allotment 08/08/2005 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil. Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 19.99% : 0.86 : 0.94 : 0.61 Fund Manager Mr. Richard D'souza Managing Since Total Experience Aug-2014 Over 25 years Benchmark Nifty Commodities Index # 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. Basis for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 285.71 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 281.52 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 34.0391 Reg-Plan-Dividend 22.9892 Dir-Plan-Dividend 23.5527 Dir-Plan-Growth 34.8486 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 15-Mar-10 3.00 16.01 25-Jul-08 2.00 17.14 27-Nov-06 1.50 16.18 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) ENERGY 41.77 METALS 20.81 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 18.08 FERTILISERS & PESTICIDES 8.06 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 2.78 CHEMICALS 1.42 CONSUMER GOODS 0.23 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD. 6.91 SAGAR CEMENTS LTD. 6.48 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. 5.77 COAL INDIA LTD. 5.49 INDRAPRASTHA GAS LTD. 5.49 OIL & NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LTD. 4.58 VEDANTA LTD. 4.27 GAIL (INDIA) LTD. 4.17 TATA STEEL LTD. 3.98 THE RAMCO CEMENTS LTD. 3.97 Grand Total 51.09 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM SBI Magnum Comma Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk LOW HIGH Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap 59.77% 23.89% 9.48% 6.86%
  26. 26. 24 Investment Objective 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. Date of Allotment 07/07/2010 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1%; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 21.69% : 0.86 : 0.65 : 0.37 Fund Manager Mr. Richard D'souza Managing Since Total Experience Aug 2014 Over 25 years Benchmark S&P BSE PSU INDEX # 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. Basis for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 197.61 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Equity Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 199.29 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 11.3883 Reg-Plan-Dividend 11.3869 Dir-Plan-Dividend 11.6001 Dir-Plan-Growth 11.6081 NET ASSET VALUE PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) ENERGY 49.54 FINANCIAL SERVICES 25.12 METALS 8.89 CONSTRUCTION 6.25 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 5.18 SERVICES 1.91 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION STATE BANK OF INDIA 9.94 OIL & NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LTD. 7.34 INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD. 6.93 ENGINEERS INDIA LTD. 6.25 INDRAPRASTHA GAS LTD. 6.07 MAHANAGAR GAS LTD. 6.06 BHARAT ELECTRONICS LTD. 5.18 COAL INDIA LTD. 5.05 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK 5.01 BANK OF BARODA 4.72 Grand Total 62.56 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM SBI PSU Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk LOW HIGH Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets 72.62% 24.26% 3.12%
  27. 27. 25 Investment Objective 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. Date of Allotment 06/07/2007 Fund Manager Mr. Richard D'souza Managing Since Total Experience Aug-2014 Over 25 years Benchmark Nifty Infrastructure Index Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 1 year from the date of allotment - 1 %; For exit after 1 year from the date of allotment - Nil Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 21.21% : 0.83 : 0.88 : 0.65 # 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. for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 537.23 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct (Previously known as SBI Infrastructure Fund - Series 1) Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Growth Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 540.84 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 13.2165 Reg-Plan-Dividend 13.2177 Dir-Plan-Dividend 13.4907 Dir-Plan-Growth 13.5066 NET ASSET VALUE PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) CONSTRUCTION 24.28 ENERGY 24.20 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 18.78 TELECOM 10.37 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 7.08 AUTOMOBILE 4.48 FINANCIAL SERVICES 4.11 SERVICES 3.82 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD. 9.43 SAGAR CEMENTS LTD. 7.08 POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. 6.62 BHARTI AIRTEL LTD. 5.78 NTPC LTD. 5.70 ELGI EQUIPMENTS LTD. 5.55 SADBHAV ENGINEERING LTD. 5.09 ITD CEMENTATION INDIA LTD. 4.63 TATA COMMUNICATIONS LTD. 4.60 SHANTHI GEARS LTD. 4.48 Grand Total 58.96 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM SBI Infrastructure Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk LOW HIGH Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap 42.75% 34.39% 20.00% 2.86%
  28. 28. 26 Investment Objective 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. Date of Allotment 03/11/2006 Entry Load N.A. Options Growth Dividend Exit Load For exit within 1 month from the date of allotment - 0.50%; For exit after 1 month from the date of allotment - Nil. Fund Manager Mr. Neeraj Kumar Oct-2012 Managing Since Total Experience Over 20 years Benchmark CRISIL Liquid Fund Index Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 0.58% : 0.93 : 1.48 : 10.29 # 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. for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 945.96 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` ` ` ` ` ` Type of Scheme An Open Ended Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 939.76 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 21.3067 Reg-Plan-Dividend 13.2655 Dir-Plan-Dividend 14.0854 Dir-Plan-Growth 21.7254 SBI Arbitrage Opportunities Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: 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. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately Low risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 27-Feb-17 (Reg Plan) 0.06 13.2731 27-Feb-17 (Dir Plan) 0.07 14.0933 27-Jan-17 (Reg Plan) 0.05 13.2517 27-Jan-17 (Dir Plan) 0.05 14.0738 30-Dec-16 (Reg Plan) 0.05 13.2904 30-Dec-16 (Dir Plan) 0.05 14.1105 25-Nov-16 (Reg Plan) 0.05 13.2765 25-Nov-16 (Dir Plan) 0.05 14.0859 28-Oct-16 (Reg Plan) 0.05 13.2458 28-Oct-16 (Dir Plan) 0.05 14.0450 27-Sep-16 (Reg Plan) 0.05 13.2042 27-Sep-16 (Dir Plan) 0.05 13.9921 LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 25.27 ENERGY 14.35 AUTOMOBILE 8.66 PHARMA 7.34 CONSUMER GOODS 5.03 MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT 4.89 TELECOM 4.85 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 4.73 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 3.08 METALS 2.96 CHEMICALS 0.98 IT 0.54 FERTILISERS & PESTICIDES 0.40 CONSTRUCTION 0.36 SERVICES 0.09 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION EQUITY DEBT Grand Total 56.56 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. 10.23 CENTURY TEXTILES & INDUSTRIES LTD. 4.73 TATA COMMUNICATIONS LTD. 4.61 TATA MOTORS LTD. 4.22 BHARAT ELECTRONICS LTD. 3.08 TV18 BROADCAST LTD. 2.99 MUTHOOT FINANCE LTD. 9.36 RBL BANK LTD. 8.00 AXIS BANK LTD. 5.12 FORD CREDIT INDIA PVT LTD. 4.22 Stock/Issuer Name (%) Of Total AUM Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. Other Current Assets comprise of Futures -67.59% Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets 42.90% 24.43% 32.67%
  29. 29. 27 Investment Objective 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 Date of Allotment 09/09/2009 Entry Load N.A. Exit Load For exit within one year from the date of allotment -1% For exit after one year from the date of allotment – Nil Fund Manager Mr. R. Srinivasan Over 24 years Managing Since Total Experience Nov - 2013 Benchmark S&P BSE Small Cap Index Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 663.41 Crores Plans Available Regular Direct Options Growth Dividend Quantitative Data Standard Deviation Beta Sharpe Ratio Portfolio Turnover # # # * : 18.78% : 0.68 : 1.60 : 0.38 Minimum Investment Not Available ^ Additional Investment Not Available Subscription /Additional Subscription/ Switch in/ new SIP/ new STP/ DTP discontinued till further notice ^ ^ SIP Not Available ^ # 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. Basis for Ratio Calculation: Risk Free rate: FBIL Overnight Mibor rate (6.05% as on 28th February 2017) 3 Years Monthly Data Points 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. Type of Scheme An Open Ended Equity Scheme AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 663.89 Crores Option NAV ( )` Reg-Plan-Growth 39.0909 Reg-Plan-Dividend 29.4017 Dir-Plan-Dividend 35.5314 Dir-Plan-Growth 40.9008 Record Date Dividend Nav ( )` (in /Unit)` 28-Aug-15 (Reg Plan) 3.60 23.5236 28-Aug-15 30-Jan-15 (Dir Plan) 4.30 27.8630 (Reg Plan) 4.00 26.0785 Face value: 10` Pursuant to payment of dividend, the NAV of Dividend Option of schemes/plans would fall to the extent of payout and statutory levy, if applicable. SBI SMALL & MIDCAP FUND This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ long term capital appreciation Investment in diversified portfolio of predominantly in equity and equity-related securities of small & midcap companies. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High risk LOW HIGH NET ASSET VALUE LAST DIVIDENDS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) CONSUMER GOODS 21.64 INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING 18.62 CHEMICALS 15.77 SERVICES 11.44 AUTOMOBILE 9.03 MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT 7.35 CEMENT & CEMENT PRODUCTS 3.89 FINANCIAL SERVICES 2.85 PHARMA 2.54 CONSTRUCTION 2.43 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION ORIENT REFRACTORIES LTD. 7.94 ATUL LTD. 7.06 GABRIEL INDIA LTD. 6.92 GREENPLY INDUSTRIES LTD. 6.17 GRAPHITE INDIA LTD. 6.02 WESTLIFE DEVELOPMENT LTD. 5.77 NESCO LTD. 5.67 SOLAR INDUSTRIES INDIA LTD. 5.28 TV TODAY NETWORK LTD. 4.98 ELGI EQUIPMENTS LTD. 4.47 Grand Total 60.28 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets Small Cap 41.85% 53.71% 4.44%
  30. 30. 28 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." Date of Allotment 26/02/2015 Fund Manager Ms. Sohini Andani Managing Since Total Experience Feb-2015 Over 22 years Benchmark Nifty Financial Services Entry Load N.A. Exit Load For exit within 12 months from the date of allotment - 1.00%; For exit after 12 months from the date of allotment - Nil Report As On 28/02/2017 AUM as on February 28, 2017 ` 345.54 Crores Options Growth Dividend Plans Available Regular Direct Minimum Investment ` `5000 & in multiples of 1 SIP 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. ` Additional Investment ` `1000 & in multiples of 1 Type of Scheme An Open - Ended Sector Fund AAUM for the Month of February 2017 ` 340.97 Crores Option NAV ( )` Dir-Plan-Dividend 12.3374 Dir-Plan-Growth 12.3386 Reg-Plan-Dividend 12.1781 Reg-Plan-Growth 12.1774 NET ASSET VALUE PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRY ALLOCATION (%) FINANCIAL SERVICES 97.44 TOP 10 HOLDINGS PORTFOLIO CLASSIFICATION BY (%)ASSET ALLOCATION HDFC BANK LTD. 23.08 HDFC LTD. 9.96 ICICI BANK LTD. 9.81 RBL BANK LTD. 9.23 AXIS BANK LTD. 8.76 KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD. 8.57 STATE BANK OF INDIA 8.11 MAX FINANCIAL SERVICES LTD. 6.20 INDUSIND BANK LTD. 6.14 ICICI PRUDENTIAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. 4.70 Grand Total 94.57 Stock Name (%) Of Total AUM SBI Banking & Financial Services Fund This product is suitable for investors who are seeking^: Ÿ Ÿ Long term capital appreciation. Investment predominantly in a portfolio of equity & equity related securities of companies engaged in banking and financial services. ^Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. HighLow Riskometer Investors understand that their principal will be at High risk LOW HIGH Large Cap Midcap Cash & Other Current Assets 82.01% 15.43% 2.56%

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