Top Dividend Paying Mutual Funds

Top Dividend Paying Mutual Funds

Scheme Name Launch Date Trailing 3 year Annual Dividend Yield
(Distribution yield)
Period Range Dividend History
Sundaram Multi Cap Fund Half Yearly IDCW 02-01-2013 7.58% 26-05-2021 To 26-05-2024
ICICI Pru Multi Cap IDCW 01-10-1994 7.39% 26-05-2021 To 26-05-2024
Nippon India Multi Cap Fund IDCW 28-03-2005 5.57% 26-05-2021 To 26-05-2024
Mahindra Manulife Multi Cap Fund Reg IDCW 04-05-2017 5.39% 26-05-2021 To 26-05-2024
Baroda BNP Paribas Multi Cap Plan A IDCW 12-09-2003 3.06% 26-05-2021 To 26-05-2024
HDFC Multi Cap Fund IDCW 07-12-2021 1.52% 26-05-2021 To 26-05-2024
ITI Multi Cap Reg IDCW 15-05-2019 1.28% 26-05-2021 To 26-05-2024

Trailing Annual Dividend Yield is defined as the ratio of aggregate trailing per unit dividends over the period to the current NAV, divided by the number of the years in the period.

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Returns less than 1 year are in absolute (%) and greater than 1 year are compounded annualised (CAGR %). SIP returns are shown in XIRR (%).

The Risk Level of any of the schemes must always be commensurate with the risk profile, investment objective or financial goals of the investor concerned. Mutual Fund Distributors (MFDs) or Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs) should assess the risk profile and investment needs of individual investors into consideration and make scheme(s) or asset allocation recommendations accordingly.

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