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Baroda Pioneer Treasury Adavantage Fund

 

An open-ended low duration debt scheme investing in instruments such that the Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 6 months and 12 months (please refer to SID)​
 
Investment Objective

To provide optimal returns and liquidity through a portfolio comprising of debt securities and money market instruments.

 


 
Plans
The Schemes have two plans thereunder, viz. Plan A and Plan B (Direct).  Under the Regular Plan of Baroda Pioneer Treasury Advantage Fund and Baroda Pioneer Liquid Fund, effective October 01, 2012, no fresh/additional subscriptions are accepted in the Regular Plan.

Plan B (Direct) is meant for direct investments, i.e. for investors who purchase/subscribe to the units of the Scheme directly with the Fund and is not available for investors who route their investments through a Distributor, while Plan A is meant for investors who route their investments through distributors only.

Both Plans will have a common portfolio but Plan B (Direct) will have a lower expense on account of absence of brokerage and commission. Hence both plans will have distinct NAVs. 

Options
Five options:
  • Growth
  • Daily Dividend
  • Weekly Dividend
  • Monthly Dividend
  • Quarterly Dividend
Under each Dividend Option:
  • Payout; &
  • Reinvestment

Note: The Daily Dividend Option does not have the Payout Sub-Option.

Benchmark Index
Benchmark : CRISIL Liquid Fund Index
Fund Manager
Alok Sahoo & Hetal Shah
  
Load Applicability
Entry Load – Nil
Exit Load - Nil

  

Minimum Application Amount :
Purchase : Rs. 5,000/- and in multiples of Re. 1/- thereafter

Additional Purchase :Rs. 1,000 And in multiples of Re.1 thereafter
 
SIP :   Rs. 1000/- and in multiples of Re. 1/- thereafter per installment, where an investor opts for a monthly SIP

           RS. 1500/- per installment, where an investor ops for a quarterly SIP.

SWP : Rs. 1000/- and in multiples of Re. 1/- thereafter per installment, where an investor opts for a monthly SIP

            Rs. 1500/- per installment, where an investor ops for a quarterly SIP.


Asset Allocation
​Types of Instruments ​Normal Allocation
( % of net assets)
​Risk Profile
​Money Markets Instruments/ Debt Instruments with average maturity of not greater than 1 year. (Debt Instruments may include securitiesd debt) 65- 100% ​Low to medium
​Debt Instruments with average maturity more than 1 year. (Debt Instruments may include securitiesd debt) ​0-35% ​Medium to low