Nippon India Large Cap Fund – Growth Performance: 41.27% growth in last one year; Check absolute returns, annualised returns & category avg

Check NAV, Absolute & Annualised returns, Portfolio and gowth of Nippon India Large Cap Fund.

Since August 8, 2007, Nippon India Large Cap Fund has been a stalwart in the investment landscape, offering investors exposure to high-quality large-cap stocks with the potential for long-term wealth creation. With a track record of consistent performance and prudent risk management, the fund has garnered accolades for its ability to deliver superior returns while mitigating downside risks.

Nippon India Large Cap Fund – Growth Performance


1-Year Growth: Over the past year, the fund has demonstrated impressive growth, achieving a remarkable return of 41.27%. This outperformance, compared to both its benchmark, the BSE 100 TRI, and the category average, underscores the fund’s ability to capitalize on opportunities within the large-cap segment and deliver robust returns to investors.

2-Year Stability: With a steady 2-year Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 31.26%, the Nippon India Large Cap Fund has exhibited resilience and consistency in performance, providing investors with confidence in achieving their long-term financial objectives. This stability is indicative of the fund’s disciplined investment approach and focus on sustainable growth.

5-Year Steadiness: Over a 5-year period, the fund has delivered 17.96% CAGR, reflecting its ability to generate sustained returns over the medium to long term.

The fund’s performance over various timeframes reflects its consistency and reliability in delivering value to investors. The following table presents a detailed overview of the fund’s returns:

Period Absolute Returns Annualised Returns Category Avg Rank within Category
1 Year 41.27% 41.01% 34.46% 6/32
2 Years 72.41% 31.26% 23.00% 1/30
3 Years 90.67% 23.98% 16.22% 1/29
5 Years 128.59% 17.96% 15.52% 3/27
10 Years 344.63% 16.08% 13.52% 1/25
Since Inception 736.75% 13.45% 16.01% 24/33

Nippon India Large Cap Fund – Portfolio Composition

Strategic Asset Allocation: The fund maintains a strategic allocation to domestic equities, with 98.84% of its portfolio invested in this asset class. Within equities, the fund allocates 66.31% to large-cap stocks, 12.8% to mid-cap stocks, and 3.05% to small-cap stocks, reflecting a balanced approach to capital appreciation.

Sectoral Exposure: The portfolio encompasses diverse sectors, including banking, refineries, information technology, diversified FMCG, and construction, among others. This diversified exposure mitigates sector-specific risks while capitalizing on growth opportunities across different segments of the economy.

Top Stock Holdings: The fund’s top holdings include market leaders such as HDFC Bank Ltd., Reliance Industries Ltd., ICICI Bank Ltd., and State Bank of India, among others. These holdings represent a blend of established companies with strong fundamentals, contributing to the fund’s performance through consistent growth and value creation.

Portfolio Turnover Ratio: 32.00%
Category Average Turnover Ratio: 189.70%
Equity Allocation: 98.84%
Debt Allocation: 0%
Others: 1.16%

Equity Holdings

  • Equity Holding: 98.84%
  • F&O Holdings: 0.00%
  • Foreign Equity Holdings: 0.00%
  • Total: 98.84%

Large Cap Investments: 66.31%
Mid Cap Investments: 12.8%
Small Cap Investments: 3.05%
Others: 16.68%

The portfolio is well-diversified with a focus on large-cap stocks, holding a total of 59 stocks. The top 10 stocks account for 52.74% of the portfolio, with significant investments in sectors like private and public sector banks, refineries, FMCG, and software consulting. 

Nippon India Large Cap Fund – Risk Analysis

Risk Ratio Fund Category Average
Standard Deviation 12.00 11.53
Beta 0.98 0.94
Sharpe Ratio 1.44 0.89
Treynor’s Ratio 0.18 0.11
Jensen’s Alpha 6.40 0.22


Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be considered investment advice or a recommendation to invest in any particular mutual fund or asset class. Past performance does not indicate future results, and investors should research and consult with a financial advisor before making investment decisions. Investing in mutual funds involves risks, including the possible loss of principal invested.