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HSBC Debt Fund

(an open ended medium to long term debt scheme investing in instruments such as the Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 4 years to 7 years)

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Our Indian investment team employs a clear philosophy with a disciplined and repeatable process to generate alpha in the medium to long term through active investments in fixed income securities such that the Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 4 years to 7 years.


an open ended medium to long term debt scheme investing in instruments such as the Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 4 years to 7 years

^ The Macaulay duration is the weighted average term to maturity of the cash flows from a bond. The weight of each cash flow is determined by dividing the present value of the cash flow by the price.

Our philosophy

  • We deploy a balanced approach to credit and risk management
  • Transparency in investment methodology
  • Active investment opportunity supported by proprietary credit research

Why HSBC Debt Fund?

  • The fund offers prudent portfolio with limited exposure to excessive risk in line with the risk appetite whilst seeking optimal returns
  • True to label fund – The fund will stay true to its objective in keeping with the mandate reposed by the investor whilst investing in the fund
  • To create a corpus through generating inflation-adjusted returns
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This product is suitable for investors who are seeking*:

  • Regular Income over long term
  • Investment in diversified portfolio of fixed income securities such that the Macaulay1 duration of the portfolio is between 4 years to 7 years

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Investors understand that their principal
will be at Moderate Risk

*Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them.

1The Macaulay duration is the weighted average term to maturity of the cash flows from a bond. The weight of each cash flow is determined by dividing the present value of the cash flow by the price.