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UTI Mega FMP


Fund name Min. Investment (Rs.) Launch Date Close Date Tenure Maturity Date  
UTI Fixed Term Income Fund - Series XII - III(366D) - Dividend 10,000.00 18-jun-12 25-jun-12 366 Days 26-jun-13
UTI Fixed Term Income Fund - Series XII - III(366D) - Growth 5,000.00 18-jun-12 25-jun-12 366 Days 26-jun-13

Annualised returns of recent UTI FMPs


Name of Scheme Name of the Plan Type Opening Date Annualised Return
UTI Fixed Income Interval Fund - Series II Quarterly Interval Plan VII Quarterly Interval 04-Jan-12 9.33%
UTI Fixed Income Interval Fund - Series II Quarterly Interval Plan IV Quarterly Interval 23-Jan-12 9.56%
UTI Fixed Income Interval Fund Monthly Interval Plan I Monthly Interval 24-Jan-12 9.12%
UTI Fixed Income Interval Fund Monthly Interval Plan II Monthly Interval 14-Feb-12 9.16%
UTI Fixed Income Interval Fund Monthly Interval Plan I Monthly Interval 27-Feb-12 9.51%
UTI Fixed Income Interval Fund Monthly Interval Plan II Monthly Interval 14-Mar-12 11.02%
UTI Fixed Income Interval Fund Monthly Interval Plan I Monthly Interval 28-Mar-12 9.82%


1. What is an FMP?

Fixed Maturity Plans or, in short, FMPs (may also be called as FTP, FTIF etc) are debt schemes with a fixed maturity, launched by mutual funds. They run for a fixed period of time that could range from one month to as long as three years or more. The objective of an FMP is to generate a return over a fixed maturity period. FMPs invest in fixed income securities like money market instruments government securities, corporate bonds, certificate of deposits (CDs), commercial papers (Cps), bank fixed deposits (FDs) etc., which mature in line with the tenure of the fund. Since the instruments are held to maturity, there is no risk of the value of the security being affected by interest rate movements.

2. Who should invest in FMPs?

FMPs are suitable for

3. Why FMPs are attractive in the present investment environment?

FMPs are attractive for investors who look for a return and investors who require their funds back after a certain period. In the present scenario when interest rates are high provides good opportunity to lock in investment at relatively higher yields. While long term debt funds are susceptible to interest rate movements, FMPs by the very nature of their structure offer a good cushion against interest rate movement.









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