Why Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)?

  • Low Cost

  • Portfolio Diversification

  • Convenience of Investing

  • Arbitrage Opportunities

  • Transparency

Our ETF funds

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Still have some questions about ETF Funds?

What is Motilal Oswal 5 Year G-Sec ETF?

The Motilal Oswal 5 Year G-Sec ETF seeks investment return that closely corresponds (before fees and expenses) to total returns of the security as represented by the ‘Nifty 5 Yr. Benchmark G-Sec Index’, subject to tracking error.

Where would the fund manager invest my money?

Funds will be invested in underlying security of the Nifty 5yr Benchmark G-sec Index. The Nifty 5yr Benchmark G-sec Index is a single bond index tracking the most liquid 5 year benchmark security issued by the Government of India. As on 31st October 2020, the underlying constituent was 5.22% GS 2025 (IN0020200112). For detailed methodology - click here; for historical Index values - click here.

Is it safe to invest in Motilal Oswal 5 Year G-sec ETF?

The ETF is labelled as ‘Moderately Low Risk’ according to ‘Riskometer’. The ETF invests in government securities (G-Sec) which are backed by Government of India, hence virtually carry ‘No default’ risk.

What is constant maturity structure?

Bond prices are sensitive to changes in interest rate. Typically active fund managers tend to alter the duration of the fund based on their interest rate outlook, whereas in case of Constant Maturity structure the overall duration at fund level is maintained in the pre-set range.