Mirae Asset Nifty 50 ETF has given a return of 14.13% since its inception. It is an open-ended scheme replicating/ tracking the Nifty 50 Index. The fund’s allotment date was 20th November 2018. According to information shared by the fund house, the scheme has given a return of 14.98% in the last three years till 31st January 2023. In the last one year, however, this ETF scheme has given a return of 3.12% only.
Following are the key details to know about this Exchange Traded Fund (ETF):
Mirae Asset Nifty 50 ETF has allocated 26.34% of its asset in Banks, followed by IT Software (14.68%), Petroleum Products (10.83%), Finance (9%), Diversified FMCG (6.92%), Automobiles (5.84%), Pharma & Biotech (3.35%), Construction (3.29%), Consumer Durables (2.84%) and Telecom-Services (2.47%).
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Reliance Industries Limited (10.40%), HDFC Bank
Ekta Gala is managing the Mirae Asset Nifty 50 ETF since 28 December 2020.
Net AUM, NAV, Expense Ratio
The Net AUM of the fund as of 31st January 2023 was Rs 1046.78 crore while the Net Asset Value (NAV) was Rs 184.4460 with an expanse ratio of 0.05%.
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Mirae Asset Nifty 50 ETF tracks the Nifty 50 Index, which is a broad-based index consisting of 50 blue chip liquid stocks listed on the National Stock Exchange (NSE). The Nifty 50 Index represents about 62% of the free float market capitalization of the stocks listed on the NSE as on September 30, 2022.
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