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HDFC Corporate Bond Fund Vs Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund

Updated on November 29, 2022 , 2035 views

HDFC Corporate Bond Fund Vs Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund both belong to the corporate category of Mutual Funds. Corporate bond funds are essentially a certificate of debt issued by major companies. These are issued as a way of raising money for businesses. Corporate bond funds are a great option when it comes to good return and low-risk type investment. Investors can earn a regular Income which is usually higher than that you would get as interest on your Fixed Deposits (FDs). As both the funds belong to the same category, here's a comparative article that will help investors in choosing the ideal fund. So, let us understand the differences between HDFC Corporate Bond Fund and Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund through this article.

HDFC Corporate Bond Fund (Erstwhile HDFC Medium Term Opportunities Fund)

HDFC Corporate Bond Fund, earlier known as HDFC Medium Term Opportunities Fund, was launched in the year 2010. The fund is an open-ended income scheme that mainly invests in debt/ money market instruments and government Bonds with an average maturity of 60 months. HDFC Corporate Bond Fund can be considered for short-term investment goals.

Some of the top holdings of the fund (as on 31st July 2018) are Power Finance Corporation Ltd, Net Current Assets, ONGC Petro Additions Limited, Food Corporation Of India, ONGC Petro Additions Limited, etc.

Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund (Erstwhile Aditya Birla Sun Life Short Term Fund)

Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund, earlier known as Aditya Birla Sun Life Short Term Fund, was launched in the year 1997. The fund is an open-ended income scheme that seeks to generate income and Capital appreciation by Investing 100 percent of the corpus in a diversified portfolio of debt and money Market securities.

Some of the top holdings of the fund as on July 31, 2018, are 6.84% Govt Stock 2022, ONGC Petro Additions Limited, 7.17% Govt Stock 2028, Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited, National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development, etc.

HDFC Corporate Bond Fund Vs Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund

Though both the funds belong to the same fund house and same category yet; there exists a difference between them with respect to AUM, current NAV, Fincash Ratings and much more. These differences are divided into four sections, namely, Basics Section, Performance Section, Yearly Performance Section, and Other Details Section. So, let us understand the differences between both the funds based on these sections.

Basics Section

The various comparable parameters in case of basics section are Scheme Category, AUM, expense ratio, Fincash Ratings, and Current NAV. To begin with the Scheme Category, it can be said that both the schemes belong to the same category that is, Corporate Bond Debt.

As per Fincash Ratings, we can say that both the fund is rated as 5-Star scheme.

The table given below summarizes the elements of this section.

Parameters
BasicsNAV
Net Assets (Cr)
Launch Date
Rating
Category
Sub Cat.
Category Rank
Risk
Expense Ratio
Sharpe Ratio
Information Ratio
Alpha Ratio
Benchmark
Exit Load
HDFC Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
₹26.6666 ↑ 0.02   (0.06 %)
₹21,473 on 31 Oct 22
29 Jun 10
Debt
Corporate Bond
2
Moderately Low
0.6
-1.14
0
0
Not Available
NIL
Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
₹92.4023 ↑ 0.05   (0.05 %)
₹12,603 on 31 Oct 22
3 Mar 97
Debt
Corporate Bond
1
Moderately Low
0.46
-0.74
0
0
Not Available
NIL

Performance Section

This section compares the CAGR or Compounded Annual Growth Rate for both the schemes at various time periods. Some of the time periods for which the performance is compared are 1 Month Returns, 6 Month Returns, 1 Year Returns and Returns Since Inception. In most instances Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund has performed better than that of HDFC Corporate Bond Fund. The table given below shows the CAGR performance of both the schemes.

Parameters
Performance1 Month
3 Month
6 Month
1 Year
3 Year
5 Year
Since launch
HDFC Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
0.8%
1.2%
3.3%
3%
6.2%
7%
8.2%
Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
0.8%
1.3%
3.3%
3.8%
6.6%
7.2%
9%

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Yearly Performance

Yearly performance between both the schemes compares the absolute returns generated by each scheme for a particular year. In case of yearly performance, there is not much difference between the returns generated between both the schemes. The summary of yearly performance section is tabulated as follows.

Parameters
Yearly Performance2021
2020
2019
2018
2017
HDFC Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
3.9%
11.8%
10.3%
6.5%
6.5%
Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
4%
11.9%
9.6%
7%
6.5%

Other Details Section

This is the last section of comparing funds. The comparable parameters that form part of Other Details Section include Minimum SIP and Lumpsum Investment. Being a part of the same fund house, the Minimum SIP and Lumpsum Investment for both HDFC Balanced Fund and HDFC Prudence Fund are different. The minimum SIP investment for HDFC's fund is INR 500, while for Aditya Birla's fund it is INR 1,000. The minimum lump sum for Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund is INR 1,000 and for HDFC Corporate Bond Fund is it INR 5,000.

The table given below summarizes the other details section.

HDFC Corporate Bond Fund is jointly managed by Anupam Joshi and Rakesh Vyas.

Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund is jointly managed by two fund manager- Maneesh Dangi and Kaustubh Gupta.

Parameters
Other DetailsMin SIP Investment
Min Investment
Fund Manager
HDFC Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
₹300
₹5,000
Anupam Joshi - 7.02 Yr.
Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
₹100
₹1,000
Kaustubh Gupta - 1.56 Yr.

Growth of 10k Investments over the years

Growth of 10,000 investment over the years.
IDFC Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
DateValue
30 Nov 17₹10,000
30 Nov 18₹10,535
30 Nov 19₹11,477
30 Nov 20₹12,820
30 Nov 21₹13,322
30 Nov 22₹13,614
Growth of 10,000 investment over the years.
Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
DateValue
30 Nov 17₹10,000
30 Nov 18₹10,602
30 Nov 19₹11,696
30 Nov 20₹13,071
30 Nov 21₹13,636
30 Nov 22₹14,144

Detailed Assets & Holdings Comparison

Asset Allocation
IDFC Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
Asset ClassValue
Cash12.89%
Debt87.11%
Debt Sector Allocation
SectorValue
Corporate48.51%
Government45.52%
Cash Equivalent5.94%
Securitized0.03%
Credit Quality
RatingValue
AAA100%
Top Securities Holdings / Portfolio
NameHoldingValueQuantity
5.22% Govt Stock 2025
Sovereign Bonds | -
15%₹2,447 Cr257,500,000
Larsen And Toubro Limited
Debentures | -
4%₹697 Cr70,000,000
Power Finance Corporation Ltd.
Debentures | -
4%₹676 Cr67,900,000
Reliance Industries Limited
Debentures | -
3%₹549 Cr55,000,000
National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development
Debentures | -
3%₹468 Cr47,000,000
National Housing Bank
Debentures | -
3%₹458 Cr46,500,000
Export Import Bank Of India
Debentures | -
3%₹427 Cr44,000,000
Rec Limited
Debentures | -
2%₹381 Cr38,500,000
National Housing Bank
Debentures | -
2%₹380 Cr39,000,000
Rec Limited
Debentures | -
2%₹354 Cr36,000,000
Asset Allocation
Aditya Birla Sun Life Corporate Bond Fund
Growth
Fund Details
Asset ClassValue
Cash11%
Debt89%
Debt Sector Allocation
SectorValue
Corporate56.77%
Government33.62%
Cash Equivalent7.92%
Securitized1.7%
Credit Quality
RatingValue
AA3.1%
AAA96.9%
Top Securities Holdings / Portfolio
NameHoldingValueQuantity
5.38% Govt Stock 2034
Sovereign Bonds | -
4%₹517 Cr52,637,700
↓ -2,742,800
Sikka Ports & Terminals Limited
Debentures | -
3%₹364 Cr3,650
Bajaj Housing Finance Limited
Debentures | -
3%₹344 Cr3,525
Sikka Ports & Terminals Limited
Debentures | -
3%₹326 Cr3,250
7.27% Govt Stock 2026
Sovereign Bonds | -
2%₹251 Cr25,243,290
↓ -500,000
Sikka Ports & Terminals Limited
Debentures | -
2%₹240 Cr2,500
Power Finance Corporation Ltd.
Debentures | -
2%₹229 Cr2,300
5.63% Govt Stock 2026
Sovereign Bonds | -
2%₹228 Cr24,062,000
↓ -11,500,000
Jamnagar Utilities & Power Private Limited
Debentures | -
2%₹222 Cr2,350
Embassy Office Parks Reit
Debentures | -
2%₹221 Cr2,250

Thus, from the above pointers, it can be said that both the schemes are different in case of various parameters though they belong to the same category and fund house. Therefore, individuals should always do a detailed study about a scheme before investing in it. They should check whether the fund’s objective is in-line with their objective. If required, people can consult a financial advisor for advice. This will ensure that their investment is safe and it paves way for wealth creation.

Disclaimer:
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