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About Multi Asset Allocation Funds

No more limiting to one, because it’s time to go for ‘three-in-one’!
Presenting Multi-Asset Allocation Funds, a type of open ended hybrid scheme that invests in at least three asset classes with a minimum
allocation of at least 10% each in all three asset classes. Three most popular asset classes in this scheme include; Equity, Debt and Gold.

How do Multi Asset Allocation Funds work?

You may consider this type of scheme to earn potential returns across all market conditions.
This is because of the fact that each asset class behaves differently in varied economic conditions. And by investing in this scheme,
the fund manager chooses good blend of asset classes based on the prevailing market scenario. This strategic asset allocation is decided
by evaluating market situation and after understanding the roles of each asset class. E.g. equity helps in potential wealth creation, gold may
help in economic uncertainties by acting as a hedge against inflation; whereas debt aims to offer stability to your investment portfolio.

Why invest in Multi Asset Allocation Funds?

Balanced portfolio
In these funds, a well performing asset class may balance the overall portfolio returns even when some of the asset classes might not be
working that well.

Risk adjusted returns
Various single asset class schemes have witnessed difficulty in providing stable or potential returns, especially during crisis periods. However, as this scheme
invests in various asset classes it seeks to offer you considerable return, while limiting the risk of losing money even when the markets are volatile.

Reasons for investing in Multi Asset Allocation Funds

Diversified portfolio

A well balanced food plate is the one that has a variety of items in it. Right? Similarly, investing in multiple asset classes can help you build a diversified portfolio. By investing directly in this scheme, you escape the trouble of investing in each asset class separately and ensure that your investments are diversified across various asset classes.

Captures market timing

Our economy tends to be volatile a lot of times, so taking the risk of investing in a single asset class might not be a great decision.
Multi Asset Allocation Funds aim to help you sail through all the ups and downs of the economy by letting the fund manager allocate and relocate your funds across various asset classes depending on when and where the growth potential lies.

Who should invest in these schemes?

If you desire to build a diversified investment portfolio, Multi Asset Allocation Fund is for you!

This scheme type is good for individuals who are looking out for long term wealth creation with an investment horizon of 5 years or more.

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Why Investing In a Multi-Asset Fund Makes Sense In A Volatile Market

The recent couple of years have witnessed magnified volatility with regards to the financial markets in India. Apart from the pandemic, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, steep rise in crude oil prices, weakening of the Indian rupee and the second wave of COVID-19 could be seen as a few contributors to this market upheaval. Know More


5 Tips to Diversify your portfolio your mutual fund portfolio with Multi-Asset Allocation Funds

You may have heard of the age-old proverb, ‘variety is the spice of life’. But, did you know that variety as a concept is also important when it comes to personal finance and investment decisions. It finds its implication in the term ‘diversification’, which many financial experts and fund Know More


Should You Go For Multi-Asset Allocation Funds?

Multi-Asset Funds are a type of mutual fund scheme that can be considered by novice retail investors. As an investor if you are looking for investment avenues for long term wealth creation, then it may be prudent to add multi-asset allocation mutual fund schemes to your portfolio. Know More


4 Things You Must know Before Investing in a Multi-asset Allocation Fund

In case you are a retail investor who is considering investing in a multi-asset allocMulti-asset allocation funds are a type of mutual fund scheme that invests across various asset classes. The aim of these funds is to create diversification within a mutual fund portfolio. Know More

*Multi Asset Allocation Category of schemes can take exposure to Exchange Traded Commodity Derivatives having Gold/Silver
as underlying goods and such other goods as permitted by SEBI.

An Investor Education & Awareness Initiative by ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund

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Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.
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To invest in Mutual Funds, you will need to complete your Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements. You can do so by visiting any AMC branch or nearest Point of Service and submitting the completed KYC Form along with all the required self-attested documents. Individual investors would be required to submit the following documents – If you are already KYC Verified and would like to update any of your information, you can submit a completed KYC Details Change Form with the required self-attested documents at your nearest AMC branch or Point of Service.
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If you are unsatisfied with the resolution or wish to escalate the matter, you may write to Investor Service Officer at For this purpose, Mr. Rajen Kotak is the Investor Relations Officer of the Mutual Fund. He can be contacted at 2nd Floor, Block B-2, Nirlon Knowledge Park, Western Express Highway, Goregaon (East), Mumbai – 400 063. Tel No.:022-2685 2000, FAX No.: 022 -2686 8313.
In case the investor is not satisfied with the resolution given by AMC, he can approach SEBI by registering his complaint on SCORES (SEBI Complaints Redress System) through!
Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.