Assets Under Management AUM

This 3-star CRISIL-rated low-duration fund has offered returns of 10.95% in 2 years, checking portfolio

Tata Treasury Advantage Fund – Direct Plan-Growth

This short duration mutual fund program was launched by TATA Mutual Fund. It is a medium-sized open-ended fund in its category. This fund represents Rs 2330.87 crores of assets under management (AUM). This fund has a net asset value (NAV) of Rs 3257.5029 as declared on April 29, 2022. The fund has an expense ratio of 0.34%, which is close to the average expense ratio for the category.

It is rated low to moderate risk fund. Mutual fund rating agency CRISIL has rated this fund 3 stars. It gave an average performance among peer funds. The benchmark for this fund is the CRISIL Low Duration Fund AI Index.

To start investing in this fund, the minimum investment amount required is Rs 5,000, and for SIP, it is Rs 500. The lock-up period does not apply to this fund. The exit charge for this fund is Rs 0.

This fund is good for 1 to 3 years of investment duration for good returns.

Absolute and annualized returns

Absolute and annualized returns

Flat-rate returns on investment

Since launch, it has generated average annual returns of 7.08%.

Mandate Absolute returns Annualized returns
1 year 3.97% 3.97%
2 years 10.95% 5.33%
3 years 13.05% 4.16%
5 years 30.58% 5.48%
Since the creation 89.23% 7.08%

SIP Returns

Mandate Absolute returns Annualized returns
1 year 2.12% 3.95%
2 years 4.48% 4.28%
3 years 7.68% 4.87%
5 years 13.50% 5.01%
Wallet

Wallet

The fund is 97.8% invested in debt securities including 20.49% in government securities and 77.31% in funds invested in very low risk securities. The fund’s credit profile is very high, indicating that it has lent to high quality borrowers. Most funds in this category lend to similar borrowers and therefore the default risk of this fund is the same as in the category. The fund’s major holdings are in the Government of India, Reserve Bank of India, Axis Bank Ltd., Indian Oil Corp. ltd. and Indian Bank.