Nabil Invest Unveils NAV Report of Its Mutual Funds, “Nabil Balanced Fund III” Turns Profitable in Kartik

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Nabil Equity Fund (NEF), a closed-end 7-year mutual fund scheme managed by Nabil Investment Banking Limited with Nabil Bank Limited as the fund sponsor, has published its monthly NAV report for the month of Kartik. The latest NAV stands at Rs. 13.48 which was Rs. 13.21 in the previous month.

The scheme, which began with a fund size of Rs.1.25 Arba, has invested Rs. 1.33 Arba in the shares of listed companies and Rs. 38.26 lakhs on non-listed shares. It has invested Rs. 12.5 crore in fixed deposit schemes and has invested Rs. 11.23 crore in debentures.

It has reported a net loss of Rs. 6.21 crore till the month of Kartik, 2078. The fund saw a net loss of Rs 9.55 crores in the previous month.

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Nabil Balanced Fund 2 (NBF2) is Nabil Investment Banking Limited’s third mutual fund scheme and is a 10-year closed-end fund. The scheme is managed by Nabil Investment Banking Limited with Nabil Bank Limited as the fund sponsor.

The listed mutual fund scheme has published the NAV report for the month of Kartik. The latest NAV stands at Rs. 13.86 till Kartik end which was Rs. 13.38 in the previous month.

The scheme, which began with a fund size of Rs.1.12 Arba, has invested Rs. 1.25 Arba in the shares of listed companies and Rs. 36.82 lakhs on non-listed shares. It has invested Rs. 20.82 crore in listed debentures.

It has reported a net loss of Rs. 2.13 crores till Kartik, 2078. The fund was at a net loss of Rs. 7.44 crore in the previous month.

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Nabil Balanced Fund III” has also unveiled its NAV report.

Nabil Investment Banking Limited recently concluded the allotment for the public issue of the “Nabil Balanced Fund III”. The public issue had opened on 25th Bhadra and concluded on 29th Bhadra, 2078, at the end of banking hours.

Nabil Balanced Fund III is a close-ended fund, meaning it will be traded in NEPSE. The fund has a maturity period of 10 years. While the fund manager opened the issue of 10 crore units at a par value of Rs 10 per unit., Nabil Invest raised the fund size by 25% since it was oversubscribed.

Thus, the fund that began with a fund size of 1.25 Arba has invested 42.87 crores in listed shares and Rs. 13.71 lakhs in non-listed shares in Kartik. While 18.45 crores of the fund are in fixed deposits, the fund has Rs. 70.32 crores worth of bank deposits.

The fund is at a net profit of Rs. 47.75 lakhs in Kartik. In the month before that, it was at a net loss of Rs. 1.6 crores.

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