It has been published the Nabil Equity Fund (NEF) monthly NAV report for the month of Kartik, which is a closed-end 7-year mutual fund scheme managed by Nabil Investment Banking Limited and sponsored by Nabil Bank Limited. Nabil Equity Fund is a closed-end mutual fund scheme managed by Nabil Investment Banking Limited with Nabil Bank Limited as the fund sponsor. The newest NAV is Rs. 13.48, compared to Rs. 13.21 in the previous month’s closing price.
After starting with a fund size of Rs.1.25 Arba, the program has amassed a total of Rs. 1.33 Arba in investments in the stocks of publicly traded firms and Rs. 38.26 lakhs in non-publicly traded stocks. There are Rs. 12.5 crore in fixed deposit schemes and Rs. 11.23 crore in debentures that have been invested in by the company.
To now in the month of Kartik 2078, the company has reported a net loss of Rs. 6.21 crore. An overall net loss of Rs 9.55 crores was recorded by the fund in the preceding month.
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 Kartik has been published by the publicly traded mutual fund scheme. The newest NAV is Rs. 13.86 as of the end of Kartik month, compared to Rs. 13.38 in the previous month’s NAV.
With an initial capital size of Rs.1.12 Arba, the program has amassed a total of Rs. 1.25 Arba in investments in the stocks of publicly traded firms and Rs. 36.82 lakhs in investments in non-publicly traded enterprises. It has made an investment of Rs. 20.82 crore in debentures that are publicly traded.
Since the beginning of Kartik 2078, it has reported a net loss of Rs. 2.13 crores. A net loss of Rs. 7.44 crore was incurred by the fund over the preceding month.
The NAV report for the “Nabil Balanced Fund III” has also been released.
In a recent announcement, Nabil Investment Banking Limited stated that it had completed the allocation for the public offering of the “Nabil Balanced Fund III.” The public issuance began on the 25th of Bhadra, 2078, and ended on the 29th of Bhadra, 2078, at the close of banking operations.
The Nabil Balanced Fund III is a closed-ended fund, which means it will be traded on the NEPSE exchange only. The fund will be in operation for a duration of ten years. In spite of the fact that the fund management began the offer of 10 crore units at a par value of Rs 10 per unit, Nabil Invest increased the fund size by 25 percent due to the overwhelming response.
In Kartik, the fund, which started with a fund size of 1.25 Arba, has invested Rs. 42.87 crores in listed shares and Rs. 13.71 lakhs in non-listed shares since its inception in 2011. While fixed deposits account for 18.45 crores of the fund’s assets, bank deposits account for Rs. 70.32 crores of the fund’s assets.
In the month of Kartik, the fund has made a net profit of Rs. 47.75 lakhs. Prior to that, it had posted a net loss of Rs. 1.6 crores in the previous month.