Edelweiss AMC proposes to raise a total of up to Rs 15,000 crore through the offer. It plans to raise an initial amount of Rs 3,000 crore with a greenshoe option of Rs 2,000 crore in the 3-year maturity period and Rs 4,000 crore with a greenshoe option of Rs 6,000 crore in the 10-year maturity bracket.
"The expense ratio of this ETF is the lowest in India and also the lowest for any debt fund in the world at 0.0005 per cent," Nitin Jain, CEO at Edelweiss Global Investment Advisors said at the press briefing.
The fund house plans to launch more tranches in times to come.
“We hope to come back to the market with another tranche… We will do some fresh issuance. Maybe we will inject is with Rs 500 crore – Rs 1,000 crore of liquidity. CPSEs have committed not only to the fresh tranche but to reassurances in the existing tranches (as well),” said Radhika Gupta, CEO, Edelweiss AMC, adding the next tranche could be in current fiscal or later.
The ETF will invest only in AAA-rated bonds of public sector undertakings (PSUs).
It will have target maturity structures. The 3-year maturity ETF will follow the Niffy Bharat Bond index -April 2023 and the one with the 10-year maturity period will follow Nifty Bharat Bond Index - April 2030.
The yield on both these bonds as on December 5 was 6.69 per cent and 7.58 per cent respectively.
Bharat Bond Funds of Funds is also being launched for investors who do not hold demat accounts.
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2 Comments on this Story
Kiran Baliyan402 days ago
Nowhere it tells how to invest. Whether one can invest in Bharat Bond ETF online? If so, how? Where is the link? A lot of talk but no useful info.
Asm Jan402 days ago
The income/interest to be got is taxable. So, there is nothing to be excited. One can as well invest in other equity/debt funds.