Fund Card

Fund Card

Aditya Birla SL Business Cycle Fund-Reg(G)

As on Jul-01-2022 change fund
9.09  up0.04 (0.44%)

fund objective

The investment objective of the scheme is to provide long term capital appreciation by investingpredominantly in equity and equity related securities with a focus on riding business cycles throughdynamic allocation between various sectors and stocks at different stages of business cycles in theeconomy.


Investors understand that their principal will be at very high risk

5-Years History
financial year2021-2022
NAV in Rs (as on 31-Mar-2022)9.90
Net Assets(Rs Crores) (as on 31-Mar-2022) 2319.52
Scheme Returns(%)(Absolute)-1.00
B'mark Returns(%)(Absolute)20.63
Category Rank53/57
Quarterly performance - Last 5 years (Absolute Ret. in %)
financial year Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Top 10 holdings
company (%)
ICICI Bank Ltd.9.35 
HDFC Bank Ltd.9.24 
Infosys Ltd.5.81 
Reliance Industries Ltd.3.97 
Axis Bank Ltd.3.92 
State Bank Of India3.87 
Larsen & Toubro Ltd.3.69 
Hindustan Unilever Ltd.3.57 
Tata Steel Ltd.3.29 
Bajaj Finance Ltd.3.29 


Thematic Fund

Launch Date


Scheme Benchmark

S&P BSE 500 - TRI

AUM ( in Cr.)


portfolio price to book value


investing style?

Large Growth

fund manager?

Anil Shah,Nitesh Jain,Vinod Narayan Bhat

inception date (regular plan)


expense ratio (regular plan) %


Alpha [%]


Beta [%]


Top 10 sectors
sectors (%)
Bank - Private24.73
IT - Software8.98
Finance - NBFC4.46
Household & Personal Products4.40
Pharmaceuticals & Drugs3.98
Bank - Public3.87
Engineering - Construction3.69
Automobile Two & Three Wheelers3.51
Cement & Construction Materials3.40

Historical NAV Chart with Benchmark

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performance comparision with similar schemes
scheme name investment style inception date AUM in Cr. 1W(%) 1M(%) 3M(%) 1Y(%) 3Y(%) 5Y(%) 10Y(%) since inception
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