For the month of Bhadra, the Nabil Equity Fund (NEF), a closed-end 7-year mutual fund scheme administered by Nabil Investment Banking Limited with Nabil Bank Limited as the fund sponsor, has published its monthly net asset value (NAV) report. According to the most recent NAV, it is Rs. 17.74, down from Rs. 19.28 in the preceding month.
With an initial capital amount of Rs.1.25 Arba, the programme has amassed a total of Rs. 1.46 Arba in investments in the stocks of publicly traded firms and Rs. 49.11 lakhs in investments in non-publicly traded enterprises. It has made investments in fixed deposit plans worth Rs. 12.5 crore and debentures for Rs. 11.52 crore, respectively.
Nabil Balanced Fund 2 (NBF2) is the third mutual fund scheme offered by Nabil Investment Banking Limited. It is a closed-end fund with a 10-year investment horizon. In addition to Nabil Investment Banking Limited serving as the scheme’s manager, Nabil Bank Limited serves as the scheme’s fund sponsor.
The NAV report for the month of Bhadra has been published by the publicly traded mutual fund scheme. The latest NAV is Rs. 17.47 until the end of the month of Bhadra, down from Rs. 18.87 in the previous month.
With an initial capital size of Rs.1.12 Arba, the programme has amassed a total of Rs. 1.29 Arba in investments in the stocks of publicly traded firms and Rs. 46.78 lakhs in investments in non-publicly traded enterprises. It has made an investment of Rs. 21.23 crore in debentures that are publicly traded.
It has declared a net loss of Rs. 85.28 lakhs since the beginning of the year 2078. A net profit of Rs. 14.83 crore was made by the fund over the prior month’s operations.