WhiteOak Capital Global Emerging Market Fund

WhiteOak Capital Global Emerging Market Fund – WhiteOak Capital Mutual Fund files offer document with SEBI

WhiteOak Capital Mutual Fund has filed offer document with SEBI to launch An open ended equity scheme investing in stocks of countries that constitute Global Emerging Markets .

The New Fund Offer price is Rs.10 per unit.

The objective of the scheme is to seek to provide long term capital growth by investing predominantly in a portfolio of emerging market companies.

“The fund manager for this scheme is Mr. Ramesh Mantri,
Mr. Piyush Baranwal”

“This product is suitable for investors who are seeking Long term capital appreciation
Investments predominantly in diversified portfolio of emerging market companies”

“The scheme asset allocation will be Equity & Equity linkedEmerging Market securities including Indian listed securities(80-100%)

Emerging Markets Except [email protected] (70-90%)

•India (10-30%)

Foreign Equity & Equity linked instruments of Developed Markets$ (0-20%)

Domestic Debt securities* and Money Market Instruments (0-20%)”

The riskometer for this scheme is Very High

Name of Mutual FundWhiteOak Capital Mutual Fund
Scheme NameWhiteOak Capital Global Emerging Market Fund
About SchemeAn open ended equity scheme investing in stocks of countries that constitute Global Emerging Markets 
Offer of UnitRs.10
Objectiveto seek to provide long term capital growth by investing predominantly in a portfolio of emerging market companies.
Name  of  Fund ManagerMr. Ramesh Mantri,
Mr. Piyush Baranwal
This product is suitable for investors who are seeking Long term capital appreciation
Investments predominantly in diversified portfolio of emerging market companies
The scheme asset allocation will beEquity  &  Equity  linkedEmerging  Market  securities including Indian listed securities(80-100%)

Emerging Markets Except [email protected] (70-90%)

•India (10-30%)

Foreign  Equity  &  Equity  linked  instruments  of Developed Markets$ (0-20%)

Domestic Debt securities* and Money Market Instruments (0-20%)
RiskometerVery High
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