Why invest in Motilal Oswal Large Cap fund?

An ACE portfolio in your arsenal

High ‘A’ctive Share
High ‘C’onviction Focused Portfolio
‘E’qui-Weighted Portfolio

^Expected portfolio construct

For analysis, funds with minimum 5,000 crs of AUM have been considered as peers out of total 30, which contributes to ~94% of total category AUM.

Source: ICRA, Motilal Oswal Internal Analysis. Data as of Nov’23. Disclaimer: Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. The above data is used to explain the concept and is for illustration purpose only and should not used for development or implementation of an investment strategy. ^up to 20% of the portfolio may be an exception to the above frameworks . The above construct is based upon our current fund management/ investment strategy. However the same shall be subject to change basis the disclosures made in the SID and KIM of the scheme.

A Unique Portfolio Construct

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^Top Quartile stocks are based on the expected returns and not based on market cap.

Disclaimer: Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. The above data is used to explain the concept and is for illustration purpose only and should not used for development or implementation of an investment strategy. *up to 20% of the portfolio may be an exception to the above frameworks . The above construct is based upon our current fund management/ investment strategy. However the same shall be subject to change basis the disclosures made in the SID and KIM of the scheme.

Why Large Cap?

Big Impact

High Growth Potential

High Price Potential

Big Recovery

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Large Caps are 35% of India’s GDP; 65% of of the sales of Nifty Total Market Index & 74% of Corporate India’s Profits (listed companies)

Data as on FY23. Source: Capital IQ, Bloomberg, MOAMC Internal Research. Revenue and profit data has been calculated basis top 750 listed companies. The above graph is used to explain the concept and is for illustration purpose only and should not used for development or implementation of an investment strategy.

Indian Large Caps Track Record: ~29x Over Last 21 Years

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Source: Nifty Indices, Motilal Oswal AMC Internal Research. Disclaimer: Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. The above graph is used to explain the concept and is for illustration purpose only and should not used for development or implementation of an investment strategy. Data as of Dec’23.

Here's what our Fund Manager, Atul Mehra has to say.

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Fund Name

Motilal Oswal Large Cap Fund

Latest AUM

₹ 881.014 Crs (as on: 31-5-2024)

Portfolio Turnover Ratio

0.11

Plans

Regular Plan and Direct Plan

Options (Under each plan)

Dividend (Payout and Reinvestment) and Growth

Benchmark

Nifty 100 TRI

Total Expense Ratio

0.90% p.a.

Minimum Application Amount

₹ 500/- and in multiples of ₹ 1/- thereafter

Minimum Redemption Amount

₹ 500/- and in multiples of ₹ 1/- thereafter or account balance, whichever is lower.

Investment Objective

The investment objective of the Scheme is to achieve long term capital appreciation by predominantly investing in equity and equity related instruments of large cap companies. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

 

 

Type

Large Cap Fund is an open-ended equity scheme predominantly investing in large cap stocks

Entry load

NIL

Exit load

1% - If redeemed on or before 1 year from the date of allotment. Nil - If redeemed after 1 year from the date of allotment. A switch-out or a withdrawal shall also be subjected to the Exit Load like any Redemption. No Exit Load applies for switch between Motilal Oswal Focused Fund, Motilal Oswal Midcap Fund, Motilal Oswal Flexi Cap Fund, Motilal Oswal Large and Midcap Fund & Motilal Oswal Balanced Advantage Fund. No Load for switch between Options within the Scheme. Further, it is clarified that there will be no exit load charged on a switchout from Regular to Direct plan within the same scheme. No Load shall be imposed for switching between Options within the Scheme

Fund Managers

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Atul Mehra

Vice President

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Niket Shah

CIO & Fund Manager

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Ankush Sood

MF Fund Manager

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Santosh Singh

Executive Group Vice President

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Rakesh Shetty

Fund Manager/Dealer

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Ajay Khandelwal

Executive Group Vice President

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FAQs

What is Large Cap?

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A Large Cap fund is an equity -oriented mutual fund scheme that invest 80% of their asset predominantly in large cap companies. Large cap companies are 1st – 100th company in term of full market capitalization.

Why Large Caps?

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Large Caps as Key Economic Drivers: Large caps contribute ~35% ($1.3trillion out of $3.8 trillion) to the total GDP, making them vital for overall economic growth.Despite constituting 64% of market capitalization, they contribute significantly, with 65% of sales and 74% of profits in the listed universe. As India aims to become the third-largest economy, large caps are poised to generate substantial wealth and fuel economic growth.

Indian Large Caps are still global mid and small caps: Indian large caps can be perceived as global mid and small caps. With only three Indian companies ranking in the Global Top 100 by Market Cap, the 41st largest market cap company in India doesn't make the global top 1000 list, and the 100th Indian company ranks 2142nd globally.Anticipating India's ascent in the global economic arena, the potential inclusion of more Indian companies in the top 100 globally could lead to significant wealth creation. Therefore, Indian large caps, despite their domestic dominance, offer substantial growth potential on the global stage.

Large Caps: Lower Drawdowns, Faster Recovery: Large caps exhibit lower drawdowns and quicker recoveries compared to mid and small caps, ensuring higher capital protection with reduced volatility. This characteristic makes large caps an attractive choice for investors seeking stability and a favourable risk- return profile.

Large caps can provide fair return over medium to long term: Over the last 21 years, Large caps (Nifty 100 TRI) have grown nearly 29 times, compounding at ~17.4%. Considering a 7-year investment horizon, there's a 98.2% chance of achieving returns exceeding 7%, rising to 99.2% for a 10-year period.

Why Large Caps Now?

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Nifty 100 trading at multi-year lows relative to other market cap baskets: Comparing the price ratio of Nifty 100 to Nifty Midcap 150, Nifty Smallcap 250, and Nifty Microcap 250 reveals that these ratios are trading at multi-year lows in these ratios, indicating potential upside in large caps.

Highest Quality, Lowest Valuations: Despite boasting the highest quality metrics based on RoE, Nifty 100 is trading at lower valuations compared to Mid, Small, and Microcap categories, presenting a potential re-rating opportunity. This is intriguing given Nifty 100's increased share in overall sales and profit pool, even though its market cap share has decreased from 72.3% in 2018 to 64% presently. Despite a recent rally, Nifty 100 valuations remain attractive, with the current PE (23.4x) reasonably lower than the last peak.

Expect FIIs to return strongly: FII ownership in NSE500 are at multi-year lows (20.0%) and below historical average (21.2%). We expect the same to mean revert leading to higher flows in large caps as their overall holding in large caps is over 85%.

DII flows have been majorly skewed towards mid/small caps; However, we have started seeing net inflows in large cap mutual funds in the last 2 months: While DII flows have been skewed towards mid/small caps, recent trends show net inflows into large caps since the last two months. This shift from SMID to large caps, driven by attractive valuations is expected to continue in early 2024.

Large caps have performed consistently across time periods: Large Caps have been consistently performing by being in the top 2 quartiles for 9 out of 11 years in comparison to other categories and asset classes. This provides opportunities to investors willing to invest for long term with lower volatility and consistency in returns.

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