Edelweiss Mutual Fund Introduces Business Cycle Fund

Edelweiss Mutual Fund has launched the Edelweiss Business Cycle Fund, which will be accessible for subscription from July 9 until July 23, 2024
Edelweiss Mutual Fund Introduces Business Cycle Fund
Edelweiss Mutual Fund Introduces Business Cycle Fund

Edelweiss Asset Management Limited (EAMC/EMF), an asset management company in India, has introduced the Edelweiss Business Cycle Fund. To maximize investor returns this open-ended equity structure claims to take advantage of business cycle tendencies. The fund's subscription window extends from July 9 to July 23 2024.

The new open-ended equity plan uses a factor-based method to capture patterns in business cycles. It concentrates on sectors currently doing well, with occasional rotations between them. The fund seeks out growth, value and quality firms with high price momentum, to build a portfolio majorly comprised of large and midcap equities.

Radhika Gupta, MD and CEO of Edelweiss Mutual Fund stated the fund's dynamic sector rotation strategy is a crucial aspect. She underlined that this strategy handles the issue of timing sector entry and exits, which many investors encounter. The fund claims to produce long-term alpha by combining momentum and fundamental variables across diverse industries and market capitalization.

Bharat Lahoti and Bhavesh Jain, Edelweiss Co-Heads of Factor Investing, oversee the Edelweiss Business Cycle Fund. Edelweiss Mutual Fund provides a platform to clients in both local and international markets. It has varied investment options in stocks, hybrid, and fixed income. They claim to have a fund portfolio which is designed to satisfy a variety of investor needs and is supported by platforms that provide information and analysis.

Edelweiss Financial Services is a financial services company in India that offers financial products across different types of assets and for various kinds of consumers. They claim to have presence in major cities across India and focus on innovation and building strong relationships with their clients.

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