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Tata Balanced Advantage Fund

Tata Balanced Advantage Fund

The fund seeks capital appreciation opportunities and income distribution through investments in a mix of Equity, Arbitrage and Debt portfolios. The Scheme will endeavor to capture the market trend and have an efficient mix of Debt and Equity.

Asset Allocation

Under normal circumstances, the asset allocation of the Scheme will be as follows:

Instruments Indicative Allocation (% of Total Assets) Risk Profile
Minimum Maximum
Equity & Equity related instruments & Equity Derivatives #
65% 100% High
Debt (including money market instruments, securitized debt & units of debt & liquid category schemes) & Cash
0% 35% Low to Medium

# Unhedged equity exposure shall be limited to upto 80% of the portfolio value. Unhedged equity exposure means exposure to equity shares alone without a corresponding equity derivative exposure. The margin money requirement for the purposes of derivative exposure may be held in the form of Term Deposit.

The Scheme will comply with all the applicable circulars issued by SEBI as regard to derivatives viz. SEBI Circular no. SEBI/MFD/CIR No. 03/158/03 dated June 10, 2003, no. DNPD/Cir-29/2005 dated September 14, 2005, no. SEBI/IMD/CIR No. 9/108562/07 dated November 16, 2007, no. Cir/IMD/ DF/ 11/ 2010 dated August 18, 2010 & SEBI/HO/IMD/DF2/CIR/P/2017/109 dated September 27, 2017. Investment in derivatives/futures/options may be done for trading, hedging and portfolio balancing.

Not more than 25% of the net assets of the scheme shall be deployed in securities lending. The Scheme would limit its exposure, with regards to securities lending, for a single intermediary, to the extent of 5% of the total net assets of the scheme at the time of lending.

The Scheme does not seek to participate in repo/reverse repo in corporate debt securities. The Scheme does not seek to participate in credit default swaps. The scheme may engage in Short Selling. Short Selling means selling of a stock that the seller does not own at the time of trade. Naked short selling is not allowed in India. All investors are required to honour their obligation of delivering the securities at the time of settlement. The Securities Lending & Borrowing mechanism of stock exchanges allow short sellers to borrow securities for making delivery. Short selling can be done by borrowing the stock through Clearing Corporation/Clearing House of a stock exchanges which are registered as Approved Intermediaries (AIs). Considering the inherent characteristics of the Scheme, equity positions would have to built-up gradually & also sold off gradually. This would necessarily entail having large cash position before the portfolio is fully invested and during periods when equity positions are being sold off to book profits/losses or to meet redemption needs.

For detailed information kindly refer the Scheme Information Document.

Who should invest / Key Attributes

» Ideal for Investors:

    • Looking a valuation aware equity-oriented scheme.
    • Looking for Investments in a mix of equity, hedged equity/arbitrage and debt portfolios.

    » Key Attributes:

    • Active allocation to equity & equity related instruments as per proprietary asset allocation model.
    • Closely monitors the market behavior and shifts the allocation between Equity and Debt.
    • The scheme will endeavor to capture market trends and manage judicious mix of debt & equity, making sure the fund always has equity taxation benefit.
    • The fund will maintain minimum 65%-100% allocation to equity including hedged equity/arbitrage exposure and debt allocation between 0%-35%.
Fund Manager

Rahul Singh

With over 24 years of investment experience, Rahul Singh joined Tata Asset Management in October 2018 as CIO-Equities, leading the fund management and equity research teams.

In his previous role at Ampersand Capital Investment Advisors LLP, Rahul was the Managing Partner. He has also worked with many reputed financial institutions like Standard Chartered Securities and Citigroup Global Markets India as Head of Equity Research.

Rahul is a Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering and an alumnus of IIM Lucknow where he pursued his Master of Business Administration in Finance and Financial Management Services.

Sonam Udasi

Sonam Udasi - backed with 19 years of his expertise in Equities Research is presently the Senior Fund Manager for many of the equity schemes at Tata Asset Management, since April 2016.

Sonam joined Tata Asset Management as Head Research in April 2014. He has also served as the Principal Officer for the Portfolio Management Services vertical of Tata Asset Management.

Prior to joining Tata Asset Management, Sonam headed the Research Team at IDBI Capital Market Services Ltd. for 4 years. During this tenure, IDBI Capital Research Team was rated as No. 3 “Top Most Award Winning Team” by Thomson Reuters Starmine Awards for Excellence for Fiscal Year 2013.

He started his career as an Analyst with the Quantum Group headed by Ajit Dayal, building expertise in sectors like Consumer Staples, Retail, Media, Pharma and Utilities.

He later joined JM Financial AMC as Senior Analyst reporting to the CIO. Apart from this, he has also worked with erstwhile ASK Raymond James and BRICS Securities (Head – Consumer Vertical).

Sonam has a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration, specializing in Finance.

Sailesh Jain

With more than 15 years of experience in both fund management and broking, Sailesh Jain has joined Tata Asset Management in November 2018 as Fund Manager (Equities).

His prior stint includes IDFC Securities Ltd. where he was heading the Institutional Derivatives desk.

He started his career in 2003 at Refco-Sify securities as a fundamental and derivative analyst. Shailesh has worked as a Fund Manager at Lotus India Mutual Fund and has also headed the Derivatives desk at IIFL (Indiainfoline).

Sailesh is an MBA (Finance) from Queensland University of Technology from Australia.

Akhil Mittal

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Scheme Information

The investment objective of the Scheme is to provide capital appreciation and income distribution to the investors by using equity derivatives strategies, arbitrage opportunities and pure equity investments.

Nature of scheme
An open ended dynamic asset allocation fund.
Date of Allotment
28 January, 2019
Options / Plan
Tata Balanced Advantage Fund
Regular Plan (Routed through Distributor)
  • - Growth
  • - Dividend
Direct Plan
  • - Growth
  • - Dividend
Entry Load
Not Applicable
Exit Load
  • On or before expiry of 365 days from the date of allotment: If the withdrawal amount or switched out amount is not more than 12% of the original cost of investment: Nil

  • On or before expiry of 365 days from the date of allotment: If the withdrawal amount or switched out amount is more than 12% of the original cost of investment: 1%

  • Redemption after expiry of 365 days from the date of allotment: Nil
Min. Purchase Amount
5, 000/- & in multiple of 1/- thereafter.
Min. Additional Purchase Amt.
1, 000/- & in multiple of 1/- thereafter.
Min. Redemption Amt. / Units*
500/- or 50 units

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

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