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MUTUAL FUND

FUND REVIEW
July 2011

Equity Commentary
IDFC Mutual Fund Monthly Commentary Equity Markets Index Nifty Sensex Dow Jones Shanghai Nikkei Hang Sang FTSE MSCI E.M. MSCI D.M. MSCI (India) (USD) Currency & Commodities USD / INR Dollar Index Gold Crude OIL WTI (Nymex) Brent Crude 5,647.40 18,845.87 12,414.34 2,762.08 9,816.09 22,398.10 5,945.71 1,146.22 1,331.18 736.94 Last Price 44.70 74.30 1,500.35 % Change YTD -7.94% -8.11% 7.23% -1.64% -4.04% -2.77% 0.78% -0.45% 3.99% -9.17% % Change MTD 1.57% 1.85% -1.24% 0.68% 1.26% -5.43% -0.74% -1.86% -1.73% 0.58% P/E 14.99 15.19 12.73 12.96 16.52 12.30 10.51 11.16 12.90 15.37 India Macro Ananlysis Latest Numbers 7.80 4.40 9.06 8.72 550.30 usd mn 631.00 1,014.00 636.00 184.00

GDP IIP Inflation (WPI Monthly) Inflation (CPI Monthly) Commodity (CRB Commodity Index) Flows FII (USD mln) YTD MTD *DII (USD mln) YTD MTD *Domestic Mutual Funds

% Change YTD % Change MTD -0.02% -0.80% -5.98% -0.45% 5.60% -2.31%

95.42 112.48

4.42% 18.71%

-7.09% -3.64%

Source Bloomberg Macro Outlook Policy The Central bank hiked benchmark Repo and Reverse Repo rate by 25 bps each, in-line with market expectations. The Central bank maintained its hawkish stance and expects inflation to remain elevated in the near-term. Growth outlook does not yet appear to be a concern for the RBI. Growth - The New Industrial Production index was released for Apr base year has been changed and the list of constituent items made more realistic. The headline Apr IIP growth came at 6.3% as of the new index and 4.4% as of old index (consensus 5.5%). Going forward, IIP is expected to remain lackluster at least till 1H FY12. Inflation data - Headline Inflation remained elevated at 9.1% for May, above 8.6% estimate. Going forward, the 9-20% hike in diesel and cooking fuels (6.3% of WPI) will have a net ~120bps impact on inflation (70bps direct + 50bps indirect). Outlook Sensex gained 1.8% over the month. Telecom, Consumer Staples and Utilities companies were relative outperformers, while Energy, Materials and Health Care underperformed. After several deferrals, the EGoM finally bit the bullet on the Fuel Price hike - the Government increased the retail prices of key petroleum products; diesel by Rs 3/litre (7%), LPG by Rs 50/cylinder (14%) and kerosene by Rs 2/litre (16%). Also, in a reformist move, government slashed customs and excise duties on crude oil and petroleum products, thereby explicitly putting oil subsidies into fiscal deficit and injecting greater certainty and transparency into the process. Growth in India is expected to moderate in FY12 owing to a combination of higher local interest rates, high inflation and the continuing disappointment over the strength of the investment upturn. One needs to orient portfolios towards sectors and companies with stable earnings profile and a better growth and valuation metrics than the broader market. We remain positive on consumption as a theme with higher disposable income. The investment pickup has been delayed but it is just a matter of time with the entire pack available at compelling valuation. The upcoming monsoon season remains a key risk to growth and inflation.

Debt Commentary
June saw the RBI hike rates by another 25 bps as was widely expected. While the tone of the policy was unequivocally hawkish, there was also cognizance of the renewed global uncertainties that have been building since the May policy hike. With the rate action along expected lines, and banks quarterly refinancing of deposits finding adequate investor demand; short end rates fell substantially after mid-June. The other big event for domestic markets was the long awaited fuel price hike. The government finally bit the bullet, delivering a combination of hikes in prices of diesel, kerosene, and LPG while simultaneously administering a round of import and excise duty cuts. The price hikes are estimated to have a 100 bps impact on inflation (direct as well as indirect) while the duty cuts may set the governments revenue back by approximately INR 37,000 crores over the rest of the financial year. Global events were supportive of bonds towards the latter part of the month. The debate on whether Greece would fulfill all conditions to be eligible for release of next tranche of aid due to it, kept global markets on edge with corresponding effect on commodity prices. Another push to sentiment was provided by the International Energy Agencys (IEAs) surprise decision to supply 60 million barrels of oil to world markets over a period of 30 days. This led to a sharp correction in crude oil prices. However the relief was short-lived as with signs that the immediate crisis with respect to Greece funding may be resolved, commodities staged some recovery. Also with RBI triggering issuance of cash management bills (CMBs) much in advance of the INR 39,000 crores of bond maturity due early July, market attention focused back on the governments precarious fiscal health. Thus government bonds had to surrender all gains and closed the month largely flat. Going Forward System liquidity deficit had touched INR 90,000 95,000 crores post payment of advance taxes. However, it is expected to get significantly better into July as advance tax collections get returned to the system in the form of government spending. Also with large bond and bill maturities lined up for July, it will be very difficult for the government to run a positive cash balance with the RBI. Leakage from currency with public also seasonally subsides in the current period. Hence, liquidity deficit should fall to well within INR 50,000 crores in the month ahead. Rates at the short end were under pressure at beginning month due to temporary refinancing pressures symbolic of quarter ends, but have eased considerably towards month end. Falling credit to deposit ratio of banks should continue to provide a fundamental anchor to short end rates and we continue to find the front end (1- 3 years) on the corporate bond curve to be the most attractive. 10 year government bonds are expected to be a in a broad range of 8.20 8.45%. While global uncertainties are bond positive, a steady supply calendar of issuances and continued concerns on government finances will continue to bother market participants.

IDFC Equity Fund


(IDFC - EF) An Open Ended Equity Scheme Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): `.451.71 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade Investment objective: The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate capital growth from a portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments (Including Equity derivatives). The scheme may also invest in debt and money market instruments to generate reasonable income. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Strategy (in brief): The strategy of the fund is to create outperformance over the NIFTY by allocating money passively into the NIFTY sector weights and doing active stock selection within these sectors.. The fund will participate in IPOs and capture opportunities in cash future arbitrage (index and constituents) as well. Investment style: The Scheme endeavours to generate capital appreciation through investing in equities by inter alia adopting the mode of applying for IPOs or subsequent public offering made by companies. If well priced IPOs are not available the funds collected may be invested in the index, hence generating market return from the index and the alpha from the premium on listing of IPOs. Entry load: (Plan A & Plan B): Nil Exit load: (Plan A & Plan B): All Investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP/FOF if redeemed / switched out within 365 days from the date of allotment - 1%. No Exit Loads / CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the Scheme. (w.e.f. September 01, 2009) In case of Switches, Exit load shall be NIL for all switch transactions between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund. (w.e.f. October 12, 2009.) Options available: Growth, Dividend Minimum investment amount (Plan A & Plan B): `5,000 (w.e.f. July 6, 2009) Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount) (Plan A & Plan B): `1000 (w.e.f. July 6, 2009) Inception Date (Plan A): 9 June 2006 Inception Date(Plan B): 6 July 2009
Statistical Measures:

Data as of 30 June 2011

Portfolio

Beta (BSE 200) 0.98 R Square (BSE 200) 0.92 Beta (Nifty) 0.97 R Square (Nifty) 0.91 Standard deviation 7.50% Last 3 dividends (`/ unit):
18-Mar-11 28-Jul-09 14-May-08 1.00 1.00 1.50 NAV NAV NAV 11.603 10.753 13.0106

NAV (`): Growth Dividend

(A )16.1267 (A )12.1771

(B) 13.3029 (B) 11.1281

Face value (` / unit): 10 Asset allocation (equity/debt/cash/derivatives):73.08%/19.41%/7.51%/ Fund managers comment: The fund is currently invested in the Nifty stocks. The fund aims to generate alpha by participating in primary market issuances. As a strategy, IDFC Equity Fund follows a 100% invested philosophy. We have activated our participation in primary issuances of recent origin.

Period Since Inception 3 year 2 year 1 year

Investment 60000 36000 24000 12000

SIP Returns Value Scheme Return 62998 10.28% 45685 17.00% 25583 6.82% 11939 -1.12%

Name Bajaj Auto Ltd. Tata Motors Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Auto Total ICICI Bank Ltd. HDFC Bank Ltd. State Bank of India Axis Bank Ltd. Punjab National Bank Banks Total Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Construction Project Total I T C Ltd. Consumer Non Durables Total Tata Steel Ltd. Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. Ferrous Metals Total Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. Finance Total Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Industrial Capital Goods Total Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd. Hindalco Industries Ltd. Non - Ferrous Metals Total Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Oil Total Reliance Industries Ltd. Petroleum Products Total Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Pharmaceuticals Total NTPC Ltd. Power Total Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. HCL Technologies Ltd. Infosys Technologies Ltd. Software Total Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom - Services Total Other Equity Total National Bank For Agriculture and Rural Development Commercial Paper Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total Nifty Index Maruti Suzuki India Ltd Equity Futures Total

Market Value in Lac(`) ` 675.41 660.85 640.74 1977.00 2622.29 1886.66 894.75 601.99 490.16 6495.85 1914.94 1914.94 2825.06 2825.06 769.10 526.25 1295.36 1759.75 1759.75 640.10 640.10 519.89 469.43 989.32 789.84 789.84 2920.13 2920.13 491.94 491.94 467.25 467.25 1989.94 1270.75 490.41 3751.10 1026.61 1026.61 4767.54 7351.51 7351.51 1177.68 3298.60 43939.57 11553.98 172.14 11726.12

% of NAV 1.54 1.50 1.46 4.50 5.97 4.29 2.04 1.37 1.12 14.78 4.36 4.36 6.43 6.43 1.75 1.20 2.95 4.00 4.00 1.46 1.46 1.18 1.07 2.25 1.80 1.80 6.65 6.65 1.12 1.12 1.06 1.06 4.53 2.89 1.12 8.54 2.34 2.34 10.85 16.73 16.73 2.68* 7.51* 100.00 26.30 0.39 26.69

Benchmark Return 10.54% 17.11% 6.37% -1.69%

*Cash or cash equivalents with residual maturity of less than 91 days may be treated as not creating any exposure.

Asset Allocation
15.54

8.54 6.43 3.16 3.65 4.36 4.55 4.95 6.98

2.15 0.32 0.33 0.58 0.88 0.99

2.25

2.34

2.39

2.71

Minerals/mining

Textile Products

Construction

Telecom - Services

Pharmaceuticals

Industrial Capital Goods

Consumer Non Durables

Ferrous Metals

Non - Ferrous Metals

Petroleum Products

Software

Auto

Gas

Fund Performance
under the IDFC-EF-Growth
14.30% 6.88% 6.30% 14.72% 14.34% 11.16% 11.81% 9.90%

-3.05%

-3.19%

-7.73% -7.94%

Rating & Rankings


1 year (CAGR) 2 year (CAGR) 3 year (CAGR) Since Inception (09-06-2006) (CAGR)

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

IDFC-EF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: S&P CNX Nifty

S&P CNX Nifty

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

Construction Project

Cement

Finance

Power

Banks

Oil

IDFC Imperial Equity Fund


(IDFC - IEF) An Open Ended Equity Fund Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): `.448.38 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Tridib Pathak (w.e.f.26 April 2010) Investment objective: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate capital appreciation and/or provide income distribution from a portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized. Investment style: The Scheme seeks to invest predominantly in companies based on the potential value unlocking (subsidiary listing), strong growth in domestic demand and emerging sectors in the Indian economy. Ideal investment horizon: 3 years or more Entry load: (Plan A & Plan B): Nil Exit load: (Plan A & Plan B): All Investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP/FOF if redeemed / switched out within 365 days from the date of allotment - 1%. No Exit Loads / CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the Scheme. (w.e.f. September 01, 2009). In case of Switches, Exit load shall be NIL for all switch transactions between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund. (w.e.f. October 12, 2009.) Options available: Growth, Dividend. Reinvestment facility is available under the Dividend Option. Minimum investment amount (Plan A & Plan B): `5,000 Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount) (Plan A & Plan B: `1,000 Inception Date (Plan A): 16 March 2006 Inception Date (Plan B): 2 April 2009 Statistical Measures: Beta 0.85 R Square 0.96 Standard deviation 7.88% Last 3 dividends (`/ unit):
14-May-08 08-Jun-09 15-Jun-09 25-Jan-11 25-Jan-11 1.50 1.2 1.2 2 2 NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV 13.9431 12.4523 12.0942 14.0831 13.4751 Plan A Plan A Plan A Plan B

Data as of 30 June 2011

Portfolio
Name Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Bajaj Auto Ltd. Auto Total HDFC Bank Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. Futures Punjab National Bank Bank of Baroda Jammu & Kashmir Bank Ltd. Banks Total Whirlpool Of India Ltd. Consumer Durables Total I T C Ltd. Titan Industries Ltd. Consumer Non Durables Total Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. Ferrous Metals Total Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Industrial Capital Goods Total Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. Media & Entertainment Total Coal India Ltd Minerals/mining Total Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd. Non - Ferrous Metals Total Oil India Ltd. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Oil Total Reliance Industries Ltd. Reliance Industries Ltd. Futures Petroleum Products Total Cipla Ltd. Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Pfizer Ltd. Pharmaceuticals Total Wipro Ltd. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Infosys Technologies Ltd. HCL Technologies Ltd. Software Total Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom - Services Total Other Equity Total Derivative Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 1842.49 1744.80 3587.29 2679.06 2011.31 1484.12 1416.03 1407.83 462.08 9460.43 448.96 448.96 2582.09 1500.06 4082.14 1423.54 1423.54 1453.84 1453.84 937.56 937.56 2039.53 2039.53 1645.46 1645.46 1359.41 1066.60 2426.01 1585.21 356.47 1941.68 1053.95 1007.69 929.35 2990.99 2119.32 1947.94 1773.66 1236.88 7077.79 2716.91 2716.91 71.97 21.50 1408.61 43734.22 % of NAV 4.21 3.99 8.20 6.13 4.60 3.39 3.24 3.22 1.06 21.63 1.03 1.03 5.90 3.43 9.33 3.25 3.25 3.32 3.32 2.14 2.14 4.66 4.66 3.76 3.76 3.11 2.44 5.55 3.62 0.82 4.44 2.41 2.30 2.13 6.84 4.85 4.45 4.06 2.83 16.18 6.21 6.21 0.16 0.05* 3.22* 100.00

NAV (`): Growth (A) 19.5834 (B) 16.877 Dividend (A) 14.1754 (B) 13.5642 Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Asset allocation (equity/debt /cash/derivatives): 88.69% 22.75% / -11.48%/0.04% Fund managers comment: Imperial fund is a diversified large cap biased fund. The portfolio construction has revolved around selecting well established companies which have high capital efficiency or are moving towards improving their capital efficiency further and are available at reasonable valuations.
SIP Returns Value Scheme Return 88800 12.57% 81195 12.44% 45377 16.51% 25479 6.37% 11965 -0.64%

Period Since Inception 5 year 3 year 2 year 1 year

Investment 62000 60000 36000 24000 12000

Benchmark Return 10.29% 10.13% 16.74% 6.37% -1.69%

*Cash or cash equivalents with residual maturity of less than 91 days may be treated as not creating any exposure.

Asset Allocation
21.63

16.18

8.20 3.76 4.44 4.66 5.55 6.21 6.84

9.33

0.16

1.03

2.14

3.26

3.32

Media & Entertainment

Minerals/mining

Non - Ferrous Metals

Industrial Capital Goods

Petroleum Products

Telecom - Services

Consumer Non Durables

Ferrous Metals

Consumer Durables

14.50% 14.72%

15.02% 11.81%

15.36% 12.53% 13.54% 11.15%

5.45% 6.30% -1.51% -3.19% -5.33% -7.94%

Rating & Rankings


1 year (CAGR) 2 year (CAGR) 3 year (CAGR) 5 year (CAGR) Since Inception (16-03-2006) (CAGR)

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

IDFC-IEF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: S&P CNX Nifty

S&P CNX Nifty

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

Pharmaceuticals

Software

Finance

Fund Performance under the IDFC-IEF-Growth

Auto

Banks

Oil

IDFC Small & Midcap Equity (SME) Fund


(IDFC SMEF) An Open Ended Equity Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): `.1,119.06 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade Investment objective: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of equity and equity related instruments. The Scheme will predominantly invest in small and midcap equity and equity related instruments. Small and Midcap equity and equity related instruments will be the stocks included in the CNX Midcap index or equity and equity related instruments of such companies which have a market capitalization lower than the highest components of CNX Midcap Index. The Scheme may also invest in stock other than mid cap stocks (i.e. in stocks, which have a market capitalization of above the market capitalization range of the defined small midcap stocks) and derivatives. On defensive considerations, the Scheme may also invest in debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme will predominantly invest in small and mid-cap equity and equity related instruments. Small and Mid-cap equity and equity related instruments will be the stocks included in the CNX Mid-Cap Index or equity and equity related instruments of such companies which have a market capitalization lower than the highest components of CNX Mid-Cap Index. The scheme would predominantly create a portfolio of emerging business and companies that are aspiring leaders in their respective field of operations. Some part of the portfolio would be in stocks/ companies that do not have a significant history of being listed. Ideal Investment Horizon: More than 3 years Entry Load: Nil Exit load: The scheme is converted into open ended scheme w.e.f. September 11, 2009. W.e.f. September 11, 2009 Exit Load - If redeemed within 365 days from the date of purchase(s) applying First in First out basis (including purchase made through the STP/SIP) -1.00%.No exit load /CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the schemes. In case of Switches, Exit load shall be NIL for all switch transactions between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund (w.e.f. October 12, 2009) Options available: Growth, Dividend Minimum investment amount: `5,000 SIP (minimum amount): `1000 Additional investment amount: `1 Inception Date: 7 March 2008 Statistical Measures: Beta 0.76 R Square 0.89 Standard deviation 6.24% Last 3 dividends (`/ unit):
29-Apr-11 29-Sep-09 29-Apr-10 1.5 1.10 1.60 NAV NAV NAV 13.9282 12.3972 13.9863

Portfolio
Name Castrol India Ltd Hexaware Technologies Ltd Exide Industries Ltd Nestle India Ltd Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd Apollo Tyres Ltd Vardhman Textiles Ltd Tulip Telecom Ltd VST Industries Ltd Union Bank of India Oracle Financial Serv Software Ltd Piramal Glass Ltd ICRA Ltd Mundra Port & Special Eco Zone Ltd Rallis India Ltd Top 15 Equity Total Other Equity Total Indian Depository Receipt Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Hindustan Unilever Ltd LIC Housing Finance Ltd Equity Futures Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 5549.79 5289.60 5141.70 4749.87 4709.42 4374.18 4352.22 4198.39 4166.37 3880.93 3582.85 3346.80 3296.98 3209.64 3138.93 62987.66 39108.68 2074.87 9241.66 113412.86 1061.07 1919.20 2980.27 % of NAV 4.89 4.66 4.53 4.19 4.15 3.86 3.84 3.70 3.67 3.42 3.16 2.95 2.91 2.83 2.77 55.54 34.48 1.83 8.15* 100.00 0.94 1.69 2.63

*Cash or cash equivalents with residual maturity of less than 91 days may be treated as not creating any exposure.

NAV (`): Growth Dividend Face value (`/ unit): 10 `


Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash/derivatives):90.02% / % / 8.15%/

18.4218 13.7219

Fund managers comment:


The fund philosophy is to capture the potential of the small and mid-cap companies in the country. The underlying companies in the portfolio are growth-oriented. At a second level the fund seeks to optimize valuations in this space. With markets buoyant the portfolio shifts have been reasonably aggressive in tune with the changing valuations. The strategy is to remain invested in smaller companies with low business risk and extreme valuation comfort

Asset Allocation
18.03

Period Since Inception 3 year 2 year 1 year

Investment 39000 36000 24000 12000

SIP Returns Value Scheme Return 60565 29.58% 54596 30.62% 26940 12.54% 11947 -0.96%

Benchmark Return 19.41% 21.64% 4.06% -10.33%

9.48 7.82 5.70 2.43 2.56 2.77 2.83 1.81 1.89 1.24 1.35 1.47 0.63 1.01 0.00 0.43 3.42 3.70 6.40 6.65 8.39

Telecom - Services

Textiles - Cotton

Minerals/mining

Petroleum Products

Industrial Capital Goods

Media & Entertainment

Industrial Products

Pharmaceuticals

Fund Performance
under the IDFC SMEF-Growth
28.06% 21.19% 26.92% 20.24% 12.36% 3.23% 5.22% -0.85% -4.49% -10.00% -1.96% 6.34%

Rating & Rankings


2 year (CAGR) 3 year (CAGR) Since Inception (07-03-2008) (CAGR)

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

IDFC-SMC-EF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: CNX Midcap

CNX Midcap

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

Auto Ancillaries

Consumer Non

Auto

Miscellaneous

Pesticides

Transportation

Construction

Chemicals

Ferrous Metals

Software

Paper

Power

Banks

Finance

IDFC Infrastructure Fund


(IDFC - IF) An Open Ended Equity Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): ` 91.30 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade Investment objective: The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate long-term capital growth through an active diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments of companies that are participating in and benefiting from growth in Indian infrastructure and infrastructural related activities. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Ideal investment horizon: 3 years or more Entry load : Nil Exit load: 1% if redeemed within 365 days from the date of allotment/investment. No load shall be applicable for switches between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund and for switches between options of the schemes. Options available: Growth and Dividend. Reinvestment facility is also available under the Dividend Option. Minimum investment amount: `. 5,000 & in multiple of `1 Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `. 1000 . Inception Date: 08 March 2011 Dividend frequency: To be decided from time to time. NAV (`): Growth 10.1095 Dividend 10.1096 Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Asset allocation(equity / debt / cash/derivatives): 97.01%/ % 2.99%/ % Benchmark: BSE 200

Portfolio

Name AMBUJA CEMENTS LTD CEMENT Total IRB INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPERS LTD ARSS INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS LTD CONSTRUCTION Total LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD NCC LTD PRATIBHA INDUSTRIES LTD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT Total JINDAL STEEL & POWER LTD JSW STEEL LTD FERROUS METALS Total GUJARAT STATE PETRONET LTD GAIL (INDIA) LTD INDRAPRASTHA GAS LTD GAS Total BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LTD ALSTOM PROJECTS INDIA LTD CROMPTON GREAVES LTD HONEYWELL AUTOMATION INDIA LTD SIEMENS LTD BEML LTD INDUSTRIAL CAPITAL GOODS Total COAL INDIA LTD MINERALS/MINING Total ABG INFRALOGISTICS LTD MISCELLANEOUS Total OIL INDIA LTD OIL Total HINDUSTAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Total POWER GRID CORPORATION LTD NTPC LTD TATA POWER CO LTD ADANI POWER LTD TORRENT POWER LTD GVK POWER & INFRASTRUCTURE LTD POWER Total BHARTI AIRTEL LTD TULIP TELECOM LTD TELECOM - SERVICES Total GATEWAY DISTRIPARKS LTD MUNDRA PORT & SPECIAL ECO ZONE LTD TRANSPORTATION Other Equity Total Net Current Asset Grand Total

Market Value in Lac(`) ` 300.71 300.71 258.23 145.16 403.39 700.32 140.48 103.45 944.24 423.96 102.91 526.87 288.93 264.72 228.66 782.31 512.64 323.47 251.28 156.87 140.83 124.77 1509.86 489.89 489.89 338.65 338.65 233.60 233.60 278.25 278.25 641.67 560.70 451.35 230.90 190.88 125.45 2200.94 394.90 202.31 597.21 211.75 210.54 422.28 121.25 282.04 9431.50

% of NAV 3.19 3.19 2.74 1.54 4.28 7.43 1.49 1.10 10.01 4.50 1.09 5.59 3.06 2.81 2.42 8.29 5.44 3.43 2.66 1.66 1.49 1.32 16.01 5.19 5.19 3.59 3.59 2.48 2.48 2.95 2.95 6.80 5.94 4.79 2.45 2.02 1.33 23.34 4.19 2.15 6.33 2.25 2.23 4.48 1.29 2.99 100

Asset Allocation
23.34

Fund Performance under the IDFC-IF-Growth


2.36% 1.10% -1.27% -2.69% 2.48 2.95 3.19 3.59 4.48 5.19 5.56 5.59 8.29 6.33 10.01

16.01

Minerals/mining

Miscellaneous

Transportation

Construction

Industrial Capital Goods

Petroleum Products

Ferrous Metals

Telecom - Services

Cement

Gas

Oil

IDFC-IF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: BSE 200

BSE 200

Construction Project

Power

3 month (Absolute)

Since Inception (08-03-2011) (Absolute)

IDFC Premier Equity Fund


(IDFC - PEF) An Open Ended Equity Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): `.2,144.81 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade Investment objective: The Scheme shall seek to generate long-term capital growth from an actively managed portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment style: Focus on buying great companies at low valuation with a longer term perspective. The scheme portfolio would seek to acquire, inter alia, small and medium size business with good long term potential, which are available at cheap valuation. Such securities would be identified through disciplined fundamental research keeping in view medium to long term trends in the business environment. The Scheme shall endeavor to accumulate long term investor wealth by opening subscriptions to units during periods when stocks are available at reasonable valuations. By doing so, the fund managers would endeavor to prevent short term money from flowing into the fund which can prove detrimental to the interest of long term investors. Ideal investment horizon: 3 years or more Entry load: (Plan A & Plan B): Nil Exit load: (Plan A & Plan B): All investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP/FOF if redeemed / switched out within 365 days from the date of allotment - 1%. No Exit Loads / CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the Scheme. (w.e.f. September 01, 2009) In case of Switches, Exit load shall be NIL for all switch transactions between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund. (w.e.f. October 12, 2009.) Options available: Growth, Dividend. Reinvestment facility is available under the Dividend Option. Minimum investment amount (Plan A & Plan B): `25,000 Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount) (Plan A & Plan B: `2000 Inception Date (Plan A): 28 September 2005 Inception Date (Plan B): 2 April 2009 Statistical Measures:

Portfolio
Name Coromandel Fertilisers Ltd. Asian Paints Ltd. Bata India Ltd. GlaxoSmithkline Consumer Healthcare Ltd. Page Industries Ltd. Shriram Transport Finance Co. Ltd. Gujarat State Petronet Ltd. IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd. Blue Dart Express Ltd. Torrent Power Ltd. Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. Siemens Ltd. Arvind Ltd. eClerx Services Ltd. Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd. Top 15 Equities Total Other Equity Total Floating Rate Note Total Corporate Bond Total Certificate of Deposit Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 12471.15 12103.38 10654.39 10287.44 9624.68 7831.46 7610.47 6886.00 6763.52 6143.18 5632.08 5607.00 5545.80 5487.63 5432.55 118080.71 56647.00 7917.84 6906.22 10923.38 9999.69 19787.97 230262.82 % of NAV 5.42 5.26 4.63 4.47 4.18 3.40 3.31 2.99 2.94 2.67 2.45 2.44 2.41 2.38 2.36 51.28 24.60 3.44 3.00 4.74 4.34 8.59 100.00

Beta R Square Standard deviation

0.91 0.88 9.30%


1.5 2.4 2.4 2 2 NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV 13.1031 22.3426 22.5858 18.655 18.4696 Plan A Plan A Plan B Plan B

Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): ` 28-Apr-09 29-Mar-10 29-Mar-11 29-Mar-11 29-Mar-10 NAV (`): `

Growth Dividend

(A) 32.3158 (A) 23.6737

(B) 23.8312 (B) 19.5535

Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Asset allocation (equity/debt/cash/derivatives):75.88% / 15.52% / 8.59% / % Fund managers comment: The portfolio has attempted to identify emerging themes and segment leaders which have a strongcorrelation to the growth of the economy. The fund is invested close to 90% with the balance incash. The investment process and diversification have not undergone any radical shifts. The focusremains on buying into emerging businesses and taking a call on the entrepreneur/organization toride through successfully the growth curve of the business cycle.

Period Since Inception 5 year 3 year 2 year 1 year

Investment 136000 120000 72000 48000 24000

SIP Returns Value Scheme Return 198375 21.97% 205058 22.26% 107319 29.29% 54182 13.19% 23765 -2.14%

Benchmark Return 9.88% 10.00% 17.80% 4.33% -5.20%

Fund Performance
under the IDFC-PEF-Growth
28.40% 21.28% 15.02% 8.96% 3.26% -2.31% -7.12% -8.74% 2.44% 23.71 11.68% 12.50% 27.09% 22.60% 13.39%

Asset Allocation

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

Since Inception (28-09-2005) (CAGR)

IDFC-PEF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: BSE 500

BSE 500
0.95 1.67 1.97 2.36 2.38 2.45 2.79 2.99 3.07 4.05 4.12 4.53 5.38 6.02

6.59

Rating & Rankings

0.40

0.45

Media & Entertainment

Retailing

Trading

Industrial Capital Goods

Auto Ancillaries

Consumer Durables

Industrial Products

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

Construction Project

Textile Products

Consumer Non Durables

Construction

Transportation

Banks

Gas

Fertilisers

Software

Finance

Power

IDFC India GDP Growth Fund


(IDFC - IGGF) An Open Ended Equity Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): `.28.86 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Neelotpal Sahai. (w.e.f 23 Dec 2010) Investment objective: The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate long-term capital appreciation by investing in Equity and Equity related instruments. The scheme aims to capture the growth in India's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The scheme would endeavour to represent the growth in GDP by capturing the growth in the constituents of the GDP. The scheme may also invest in debt and money market instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized and the scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns. Investment style: The Scheme will invest in well- managed growth companies that are available at reasonable value. Companies would be identified through a systematic process of forecasting earnings based on a deep understanding of the industry growth potential and interaction with company management. Entry Load: Nil Exit load: All Investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP/FOF if redeemed / switched out within 365 days from the date of allotment - 1%. No Exit Loads / CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the Scheme. (w.e.f. September 01, 2009) In case of Switches, Exit load shall be NIL for all switch transactions between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund . (w.e.f. October 12, 2009.) Options available: Growth, Dividend. Reinvestment facility is also available under the dividend option. Minimum investment amount: `5000 Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `2000 Inception Date: 11 March 2009 Statistical Measures: Beta 0.54 R Square 0.68 Standard deviation 5.45% Last 3 dividends (`/unit):
31-May-11 31-May-10 1.5 2.00 NAV NAV 12.6652 12.6450

Portfolio

NAV (`): Growth 16.5931 Dividend 12.8098 Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash/derivatives):94.04% /1.46% /4.50%/ % Fund managers comment: The fund is benchmarked to the components of Indias GDP in the proportion of the contribution of each component to GDP growth. The fund is invested mainly in the services sector, followed by industrials and then agriculture. Around 60% of the funds portfolio is currently invested in midcap stocks.
SIP Returns Value Scheme Return 59853 9.78% 51253 7.00% 23613 -3.50%

Period Since Inception 2 year 1 year

Investment 54000 48000 24000

Benchmark Return 8.04% 4.33% -5.20%

Name Exide Industries Ltd. Auto Ancillaries Total ICICI Bank Ltd. Bank of Baroda Punjab National Bank Indian Bank Banks Total India Cements Ltd. Cement Total IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd. Construction Total Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Construction Project Total Shree Renuka Sugars Ltd. McLeod Russel India Ltd. Bajaj Corp Ltd Consumer Non Durables Total Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. Ferrous Metals Total Coromandel Fertilisers Ltd. Fertilisers Total Shriram Transport Finance Co. Ltd. India Infoline Ltd. Finance Total GAIL (India) Ltd. Gas Total Eros International Media Ltd Media & Entertainment Total Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Oil Total Rallis India Ltd. Pesticides Total Reliance Industries Ltd. Petroleum Products Total Cadila Healthcare Ltd. Lupin Ltd. Pharmaceuticals Total Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Infosys Technologies Ltd. eClerx Services Ltd. Hexaware Technologies Ltd. Software Total Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom - Services Total Arvind Ltd. Textile Products Total Vardhman Textiles Ltd. Textiles - Cotton Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total

Market Value in Lac(`) ` 64.66 64.66 136.83 131.00 108.93 53.21 429.97 71.00 71.00 103.29 103.29 72.95 72.95 66.75 53.94 29.01 149.70 130.45 130.45 35.13 35.13 111.00 44.10 155.10 77.21 77.21 89.78 89.78 82.28 82.28 92.00 92.00 161.73 161.73 91.83 67.38 159.21 148.03 145.52 84.43 69.60 447.57 98.73 98.73 101.40 101.40 54.31 54.31 40.00 123.41 2739.87

% of NAV 2.36 2.36 4.99 4.78 3.98 1.94 15.69 2.59 2.59 3.77 3.77 2.66 2.66 2.44 1.97 1.06 5.46 4.76 4.76 1.28 1.28 4.05 1.61 5.66 2.82 2.82 3.28 3.28 3.00 3.00 3.36 3.36 5.90 5.90 3.35 2.46 5.81 5.40 5.31 3.08 2.54 16.34 3.60 3.60 3.70 3.70 1.98 1.98 1.46 4.50 100.00

Asset Allocation
15.69 16.34

Fund Performance under the IDFC-GDP-Growth


47.16%

24.58% 17.14% 7.96% -1.38% -2.31% -7.19% -8.74% 2.44% 15.02% 1.28 1.98 2.36 2.59 2.66 2.82 3.00 3.28 3.36 3.60 3.70 3.77

4.76

5.46

5.66

5.81

5.90

Textiles - Cotton

Auto Ancillaries

Textile Products

Media & Entertainment

Consumer Non Durables

Construction

Pesticides

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

Since Inception (11-03-2009) (CAGR)

IDFC-GDP Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: BSE 500

BSE 500

Construction Project

Petroleum Products

Telecom - Services

Pharmaceuticals

Fertilisers

Ferrous Metals

Software

Gas

Cement

Finance

Banks

Oil

IDFC Strategic Sector (50-50) Equity Fund


(IDFC SS (50-50)-EF) An Open Ended Equity Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): `.31.76 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade Investment objective: The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate long-term capital appreciation by investing in Equity and Equity related instruments. The investment objective of the fund shall be achieved by investing up to fifty percent of the assets of the scheme in a chosen sector (sector specific exposure) while the balance amount may be invested in companies across market capitalizations and across sectors (diversified exposure). The scheme may also invest in debt and money market instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized and the scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns. Ideal investment horizon: 3 years or more Entry Load:(Plan A & Plan B): Nil Exit Load:(Plan A & Plan B): All investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP/FOF if redeemed / switched out within 365 days from the date of allotment - 1%. No Entry / Exit Loads / CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the Scheme. (w.e.f. September 01, 2009) In case of Switches, Exit load shall be NIL for all switch transactions between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund. (w.e.f. October 12, 2009.) Options available: Growth, Dividend. Reinvestment facility is available under the Dividend Option. Minimum investment amount (Plan A & Plan B): `5,000 Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount) ( Plan A & Plan B): `1000 Inception Date (Plan A): 3 October 2008 Inception Date (Plan B): 2 April 2009 Statistical Measures: Beta 0.81 R Square 0.92 Standard deviation 6.87% Dividend frequency: NA NAV (`): ` Growth (A) 14.6932 (B) 16.0952 Dividend (A) 14.5348 (B) 16.1053 Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash/derivatives): 87.50% /11.97% /0.54%/ Fund managers comment: The fund is built around allocating 50% of its invested portfolio in one sector. The current sector concentration is around Banking and Financials. Financials is a direct play on the Indian economy which is on a sure and stable path of recovery. Credit growth is picking up, margins are expanding, NPA risk is controlled and valuations are commensurate to growth.
SIP Returns Value Scheme Return 38841 15.63% 25771 7.62% 11885 -2.09%

Portfolio
Name Tata Motors Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Auto Total HDFC Bank Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. Bank of Baroda Punjab National Bank Axis Bank Ltd. Federal Bank Ltd. Banks Total Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Construction Project Total I T C Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Consumer Non Durables Total Tata Steel Ltd. Ferrous Metals Total India Infoline Ltd. Finance Total Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Industrial Capital Goods Total Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Oil Total Other Equity Total Reliance Industries Ltd. Petroleum Products Total HCL Technologies Ltd. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Software Total Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom - Services Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 40.73 37.80 78.53 302.80 292.27 204.42 203.93 187.89 60.47 1251.78 118.94 118.94 130.93 43.88 174.82 45.52 45.52 176.40 176.40 39.66 39.66 45.24 45.24 472.56 185.65 185.65 158.32 118.42 276.74 58.92 58.92 400.05 17.93 3342.74 % of NAV 1.22 1.13 2.35 9.06 8.74 6.12 6.10 5.62 1.81 37.45 3.56 3.56 3.92 1.31 5.23 1.36 1.36 5.28 5.28 1.19 1.19 1.35 1.35 14.14 5.55 5.55 4.74 3.54 8.28 1.76 1.76 11.97 0.54 100.00

Period Since Inception 2 year 1 year

Investment 32000 24000 12000

Benchmark Return 17.10% 6.37% -1.69%

Asset Allocation Fund Performance


under the IDFC Strategic Sector (50-50) Equity Fund-Growth
14.82% 9.01% 6.30% 8.62 -3.80% -3.19% -7.00% -7.94% 1.47 1.84 1.84 2.00 2.30 2.58 2.72 3.56 4.26 5.23 5.28 5.86 14.72% 15.08% 15.36% 37.45

Minerals/mining

Auto

Industrial Capital Goods

Consumer Non Durables

Construction

Gas

Non - Ferrous Metals

Petroleum Products

Pharmaceuticals

Telecom - Services

Ferrous Metals

Finance

IDFC-SSEF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future Benchmark: S&P CNX Nifty

S&P CNX Nifty

Construction Project

Software

Cement

Power

Banks

Oil

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

Since Inception (03-10-2008) (CAGR)

0.39

0.62

0.72

0.75

IDFC Nifty Fund


(IDFC - NF) An Open Ended Index Linked Equity Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): `.7.41 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Tridib Pathak Investment objective: The investment objective of the scheme is to replicate the S&P CNX Nifty Index by investing in securities of the S&P CNX Nifty Index in the same proportion/weightage. However, there is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized and the scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns. Investment style: The Scheme will be managed passively with investments in stocks in a proportion that it is as close as possible to the weightages of these stocks in the S&P CNX Nifty Index. The investment strategy would revolve around reducing the tracking error to the least possible through rebalancing of the portfolio, taking into account the change in weights of stocks in the index as well as the incremental collections/redemptions from the Scheme. Ideal investment horizon: 3 years or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 1.00% of the applicable NAV if redeemed /switched out within seven days from the date of allotment. (w.e.f Jan 14, 2011) Options available: Growth, Dividend, Reinvestment facility is available under the Dividend Option. Minimum investment amount: `500/- & in multiples of `1 Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `500 Inception Date: 30 April 2010 NAV (`): Growth 10.7433 Dividend 10.8119 Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash/derivatives):97.20% /1.34 %/ 1.46%/ Benchmark: S&P CNX Nifty Index
SIP Returns Value Scheme Return 14120 1.58% 11941 -1.07%

Portfolio
Name Tata Motors Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Bajaj Auto Ltd. Hero Honda Motors Ltd. Auto Total ICICI Bank Ltd. HDFC Bank Ltd. State Bank of India Axis Bank Ltd. Banks Total Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Construction Project Total I T C Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Consumer Non Durables Total Tata Steel Ltd. Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. Ferrous Metals Total Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. Finance Total GAIL (India) Ltd. Gas Total Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Industrial Capital Goods Total Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd. Hindalco Industries Ltd. Non - Ferrous Metals Total Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Oil Total Reliance Industries Ltd. Petroleum Products Total Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Pharmaceuticals Total NTPC Ltd. Tata Power Co. Ltd. Power Total Infosys Technologies Ltd. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Wipro Ltd. Software Total Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom - Services Total Other Equity Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total Nifty Index Equity Futures Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 14.79 14.16 8.10 7.58 44.65 53.76 38.21 26.26 14.08 132.31 41.45 41.45 45.76 15.17 60.93 17.09 10.78 27.87 38.99 38.99 8.41 8.41 13.78 13.78 10.17 9.91 20.08 15.68 15.68 64.58 64.58 8.18 7.99 16.17 10.18 8.97 19.16 59.87 25.58 8.97 94.42 20.35 20.35 103.95 10.00 10.85 743.61 16.97 16.97 % of NAV 1.99 1.90 1.09 1.02 6.00 7.23 5.14 3.53 1.89 17.79 5.57 5.57 6.15 2.04 8.19 2.30 1.45 3.75 5.24 5.24 1.13 1.13 1.85 1.85 1.37 1.33 2.70 2.11 2.11 8.69 8.69 1.10 1.07 2.17 1.37 1.21 2.58 8.05 3.44 1.21 12.70 2.74 2.74 13.98 1.34* 1.46* 100.00 2.28 2.28

Period Since Inception 1 year

Investment 14000 12000

Benchmark Return 1.06% -1.69%

*Cash or cash equivalents with residual maturity of less than 91 days may be treated as not creating any exposure.

Asset Allocation Fund Performance under the IDFC NF-Growth


6.34% 6.30% 6.34% 5.97% 9.17 13.38 19.59

-2.52%

-3.19%

-8.04%

-7.94%

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

Minerals/mining

Construction

Industrial Capital Goods

Auto

Gas

Textile Products

Non - Ferrous Metals

Petroleum Products

Telecom - Services

Ferrous Metals

Finance

Construction Project

IDFC-NIFTY Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: S&P CNX Nifty

S&P CNX Nifty

Pharmaceuticals

Consumer Non Durables

Software

Cement

Power

Banks

Oil

Since Inception (30-04-2010) (CAGR)

2.62 0.62 0.75 0.97 1.13 1.16

2.70

2.88

3.10

3.61

4.21

4.26

5.57

6.42

6.88

8.19

IDFC Classic Equity Fund


(IDFC - CEF) An Open Ended Equity Fund Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): `.197.54 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Tridib Pathak Investment objective: The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate long term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments.However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment style: The Scheme seeks to achieve outperformance through sector rotation, theme selection, market cap bias and bottom up stock picking. Ideal investment horizon: 3 years or more Entry load : (Plan A & Plan B): Nil Exit load: (Plan A & Plan B): All investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP/FOF if redeemed / switched out within 365 days from the date of allotment - 1%. No Exit Loads / CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the Scheme. (w.e.f. September 01, 2009) In case of Switches, Exit load shall be NIL for all switch transactions between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund . (w.e.f. October 12, 2009.) Options available: Growth, Dividend. Reinvestment facility is available under the Dividend Option. Minimum investment amount ( Plan A & Plan B): `5,000 & in multiples of `1 Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount) ( Plan A & Plan B): `1000 Inception Date (Plan A): 9 August 2005 Inception Date (Plan B): 2 April 2009 Statistical Measures: Beta 0.87 R Square 0.94 Standard deviation 8.41% Last 3 dividends (`/ unit):
22-Aug-06 28-May-07 22-Oct-07 25-Feb-11 25-Feb-11 1.50 1.5 1.5 2 2 NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV 11.5580 13.2659 15.2703 11.9167 10.3406 Plan A Plan A Plan A Plan B

Data as of 30 June 2011

Portfolio

NAV (`): Growth Dividend

(A) 20.2685 (A) 12.5591

(B) 16.1127 (B) 10.9026

Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Asset allocation(equity / debt / cash/derivatives):96.15%/3.50% 0.30%/0.05% Fund managers comment: Run as a well-diversified portfolio, the opportunity for the fund is to capture the breadth of the market across sectors, market capitalizations, styles and themes. The fund has increased exposure to midcaps to around 30% and has maintained higher diversification across sectors.
SIP Returns Value Scheme Return 89213 7.84% 70865 6.81% 42661 11.98% 24264 1.15% 11505 -8.88%

Period Since Inception 5 year 3 year 2 year 1 year

Investment 70000 60000 36000 24000 12000

Benchmark Return 11.10% 10.17% 17.55% 4.45% -4.71%

Name Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. TVS Motor Company Ltd. Auto Total ICICI Bank Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. Futures Jammu & Kashmir Bank Ltd. ING Vysya Bank Ltd. Punjab National Bank Banks Total Havell's India Ltd. Whirlpool Of India Ltd. Hitachi Home & Life Solutions (India) Ltd. Consumer Durables Total Titan Industries Ltd. I T C Ltd. Consumer Non Durables Total VA Tech Wabag Ltd Engineering Services Total Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. Ferrous Metals Total Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Industrial Capital Goods Total Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. Media & Entertainment Total Coal India Ltd Minerals/mining Total Manappuram General Finance and Leasing Ltd. Miscellaneous Total Hindustan Zinc Ltd. Non - Ferrous Metals Total Oil India Ltd. Oil Total Castrol (India) Ltd. Reliance Industries Ltd. Reliance Industries Ltd. Futures Petroleum Products Total Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Cipla Ltd. Pharmaceuticals Total HCL Technologies Ltd. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Infosys Technologies Ltd. Everonn Systems India Ltd. KPIT Cummins Infosystem Ltd. Wipro Ltd. Educomp Solutions Ltd. Software Total Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom - Services Total Grasim Industries Ltd. Textile Products Total Other Equity Total Derivative Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total

Market Value in Lac(`) ` 821.92 630.98 1452.89 1018.02 206.13 795.12 504.11 437.88 2961.26 580.60 544.89 258.85 1384.34 721.12 393.72 1114.84 415.49 415.49 438.96 438.96 499.35 499.35 627.29 627.29 611.34 611.34 707.36 707.36 713.62 713.62 866.93 866.93 649.87 397.14 198.54 1245.54 875.95 460.16 1336.10 752.02 650.19 422.02 403.81 395.83 363.31 251.80 3238.96 758.21 758.21 419.17 419.17 36.20 9.41 670.08 -347.41 19159.96

% of NAV 4.29 3.29 7.58 5.31 1.08 4.15 2.63 2.29 15.46 3.03 2.84 1.35 7.23 3.76 2.05 5.82 2.17 2.17 2.29 2.29 2.61 2.61 3.27 3.27 3.19 3.19 3.69 3.69 3.72 3.72 4.52 4.52 3.39 2.07 1.04 6.50 4.57 2.40 6.97 3.92 3.39 2.20 2.11 2.07 1.90 1.31 16.90 3.96 3.96 2.19 2.19 0.19 0.05* 3.50* -1.81* 100.00

*Cash or cash equivalents with residual maturity of less than 91 days may be treated as not creating any exposure.

Asset Allocation
16.90

Fund Performance under the IDFC-CEF-Growth


12.13% 14.45% 7.44% 2.96% -2.91% -2.69% -9.92% -8.65% 0.46% 2.17 2.19 2.29 2.61 3.19 3.27 3.69 3.72 3.96 4.52 12.08% 12.73% 10.34% 5.82 12.74% 15.55% 6.50 6.97 7.23 7.58

15.46

Minerals/mining

Industrial Capital Goods

Miscellaneous

Auto

Engineering Services

Petroleum Products

Textile Products

Ferrous Metals

Telecom - Services

Banks

Media & Entertainment

Consumer Non Durables

Non - Ferrous Metals

IDFC-CEF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: BSE 200

BSE 200

Consumer Durables

Industrial Products

Pharmaceuticals

10

Software

Oil

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

Since Inception (09-08-2005) (CAGR)

0.19

IDFC Tax Advantage (ELSS) Fund


(IDFC TA (ELSS) Fund) An Open Ended Equity Linked Saving Scheme with Lock in Period of 3 Years
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-June): `.129.31 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Neelotpal Sahai. (w.e.f. 22 Sep, 2010) Investment objective: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate long term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related securities. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment style: The Scheme will invest in well-managed growth companies that are available at reasonable value. Companies would be identified through a systematic process of forecasting earnings based on a deep understanding of the industry growth potential and interaction with company management. Entry load: Nil Exit load: Nil (w.e.f. September 04, 2009) Options available: Growth, Dividend. Reinvestment facility is available under the Dividend Option. Minimum investment amount: `500 Additional investment amount: `500 SIP (minimum amount): `500 Inception Date: 26 December 2008 Statistical Measures: Beta 0.73 R Square 0.87 Standard deviation 6.64% Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): ` 23-Mar-10 1 NAV 14.3869 23-Mar-11 1 NAV 11.6497 04-Feb-11 2.5 NAV 12.7651 NAV (`): ` Growth 19.4387 Dividend 11.9883 Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash/derivatives):88.99% /7.56 %/3.45%/ Fund managers comment: The focus is to invest in long term growth stocks at reasonable price. The portfolio is a diverse mix of companies across sectors and is agnostic to capitalization bias. Given the plethora of opportunities which is there in domestic economy, the fund seeks to invest in companies with strong track record of execution, high operating leverage and reasonable valuations.
SIP Returns Value Scheme Return 18002 15.77% 5832 -6.05% 12829 7.14%

Portfolio
Name Exide Industries Ltd. Auto Ancillaries Total ICICI Bank Ltd. Bank of Baroda Yes Bank Ltd. Punjab National Bank Union Bank of India Indian Bank Banks Total India Cements Ltd. Cement Total IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd. Construction Total Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Construction Project Total Asian Paints Ltd. Shree Renuka Sugars Ltd. Consumer Non Durables Total Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. Ferrous Metals Total Shriram Transport Finance Co. Ltd. Finance Total GAIL (India) Ltd. Gas Total Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. Industrial Products Total Eros International Media Ltd Media & Entertainment Total Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Oil Total Other Equity Total Sabero Organics Gujarat Ltd. Pesticides Total Reliance Industries Ltd. Petroleum Products Total Cadila Healthcare Ltd. Lupin Ltd. Pharmaceuticals Total Infosys Technologies Ltd. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Hexaware Technologies Ltd. HCL Technologies Ltd. eClerx Services Ltd. Software Total Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom Services Total Arvind Ltd. K.P.R. Mill Ltd. Textile Products Total Vardhman Textiles Ltd. Textiles Cotton Total Jaypee Infratech Ltd Transportation Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 242.48 242.48 547.33 524.01 390.06 326.78 292.90 212.85 2293.92 355.00 355.00 258.23 258.23 273.56 273.56 286.66 267.00 553.66 489.19 489.19 277.49 277.49 242.66 242.66 340.70 340.70 403.99 403.99 411.38 411.38 287.31 167.72 167.72 673.88 673.88 459.13 359.36 818.49 582.09 532.89 348.00 321.59 177.29 1961.86 355.41 355.41 468.00 208.34 676.34 434.50 434.50 143.00 143.00 990.12 451.83 13102.70 % of NAV 1.85 1.85 4.18 4.00 2.98 2.49 2.24 1.62 17.51 2.71 2.71 1.97 1.97 2.09 2.09 2.19 2.04 4.23 3.73 3.73 2.12 2.12 1.85 1.85 2.60 2.60 3.08 3.08 3.14 3.14 2.19 1.28 1.28 5.14 5.14 3.50 2.74 6.25 4.44 4.07 2.66 2.45 1.35 14.97 2.71 2.71 3.57 1.59 5.16 3.32 3.32 1.09 1.09 7.56 3.45 100.00

Period Since Inception 1 year 2 year

Investment 15000 6000 12000

Benchmark Return 15.02% -4.71% 4.45%

Asset Allocation
17.51

Fund Performance
under the IDFC TA (ELSS) Growth
30.32% 19.89% 14.45% 5.52% -2.55% -2.69% -8.24% -8.65% 2.96% 3.73 4.23 3.08 3.14 3.32 2.45 2.60 2.71 2.71 1.85 1.97 2.09 2.12 5.14 5.16 33.74%

14.97

6.25

0.94 1.09 1.28 0.00 0.16 0.50

Textiles - Cotton

Miscellaneous

Auto Ancillaries

Pesticides

Fertilisers

Petroleum Products

Textile Products

Industrial Capital Goods

Media & Entertainment

Transportation

Construction

Software

Gas

Industrial Products

Telecom - Services

Construction Project

IDFC-TAF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future Benchmark: BSE 200

BSE 200

Pharmaceuticals

Ferrous Metals

Finance

Cement

Power

11

Banks

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

Since Inception (26-12-2008) (CAGR)

Consumer Non

Oil

IDFC Tax Saver (ELSS) Fund


(IDFC TS (ELSS) Fund) A 10 Year Close Ended Equity Linked Saving Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity Average AUM (Apr-Jun): `.46.05 Crores Fund Manager: Neelotpal Sahai. w.e.f. 22 Sep, 2010 Investment objective: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate long term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realised. Investment style: The Scheme will invest in well- managed growth companies that are available at reasonable value. Companies would be identified through a systematic process of forecasting earnings based on a deep understanding of the industry growth potential and interaction with company management . Entry load: Nil Exit load: Nil (w.e.f. 4th September, 2009) Options available: Growth, Dividend Minimum investment amount: ` 500 Additional investment amount: `500 Inception Date: 15 March 2007 Statistical Measures: Beta 0.83 R Square 0.91 Standard deviation 8.59% NAV (`): ` Growth 14.3657 Dividend 14.3654 Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash): 95.14% / 1.11 / 3.76% Fund managers comment: The focus is to invest in long term growth stocks at reasonable price. The portfolio is an diverse mix of companies across sectors and is agnostic to capitalization bias. Given the plethora of opportunities which is there in domestic economy, the fund seeks to invest in companies with strong track record of execution, high operating leverage and reasonable valuations.

Portfolio
Name Amara Raja Batteries Ltd. Exide Industries Ltd. Auto Ancillaries Total HDFC Bank Ltd. Bank of Baroda ICICI Bank Ltd. Punjab National Bank Indian Bank Banks Total IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd. Construction Total Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Construction Project Total Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. Ferrous Metals Total Coromandel Fertilisers Ltd. Fertilisers Total Shriram Transport Finance Co. Ltd. Finance Total GAIL (India) Ltd. Gas Total Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Industrial Capital Goods Total Eros International Media Ltd Media & Entertainment Total Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Oil Total Reliance Industries Ltd. Petroleum Products Total Cadila Healthcare Ltd. Lupin Ltd. Pharmaceuticals Total Torrent Power Ltd. PTC India Ltd. Power Total Infosys Technologies Ltd. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Hexaware Technologies Ltd. Persistent Systems Ltd. Software Total Bharti Airtel Ltd. Telecom - Services Total Vardhman Textiles Ltd. Textiles - Cotton Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 112.93 80.83 193.75 188.67 174.67 164.20 136.16 106.43 770.12 172.15 172.15 136.78 136.78 228.29 228.29 140.52 140.52 135.66 135.66 132.36 132.36 153.79 153.79 224.44 224.44 137.13 137.13 269.55 269.55 183.65 157.22 340.87 143.70 103.29 246.99 247.39 236.84 139.20 109.59 733.02 157.96 157.96 130.35 130.35 50.01 169.91 4523.63 % of NAV 2.50 1.79 4.28 4.17 3.86 3.63 3.01 2.35 17.02 3.81 3.81 3.02 3.02 5.05 5.05 3.11 3.11 3.00 3.00 2.93 2.93 3.40 3.40 4.96 4.96 3.03 3.03 5.96 5.96 4.06 3.48 7.54 3.18 2.28 5.46 5.47 5.24 3.08 2.42 16.20 3.49 3.49 2.88 2.88 1.11 3.76 100.00

Asset Allocation
16.20 17.02

Fund Performance under the IDFC TS (ELSS) Growth


19.66% 14.45% 11.10% 12.08% 7.54 8.80% 10.68% 2.88 0.00 2.93 3.00 3.02 3.03 3.11 3.40 3.49 3.81 4.28 4.96 5.05 5.46 5.96

3.73%

2.96%

3 month
-1.35% (Absolute) -2.69%

Textiles - Cotton

Auto Ancillaries

Miscellaneous

Industrial Capital Goods

Media & Entertainment

Construction

Software

Gas

Petroleum Products

Telecom - Services

-8.21%

-8.65%

IDFC-TSF-ELSS Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark : BSE 200

BSE 200

Construction Project

Pharmaceuticals

Fertilisers

Ferrous Metals

Finance

Power

12

Banks

Oil

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

Since Inception (15-03-2007) (CAGR)

IDFC Arbitrage Fund


(IDFC - AF) An Open Ended Equity Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity & Equity Derivatives Average AUM (Apr-June): `.58.00 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade & Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 25 March 2011) Investment objective: The investment objective of the Scheme is to generate capital appreciation and income by predominantly investing in arbitrage opportunity in the cash and the derivative segments of the equity markets and the arbitrage opportunity available within the derivative segments and by investing the balance in debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment style: The Scheme seeks to capture the Cost of Carry by executing simultaneous buy (in the cash market) and sell (In the futures) trades. The amount not so invested is invested in FDs and money market instruments. Ideal investment horizon: 1 year or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: 0.25% in both Plan A and Plan B, if redemption / switch is requested within 30 days from the date of purchase, during ongoing period. (w.e.f. August 24, 2009) In case of Switches, Exit load shall be NIL for all switch transactions between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund . (w.e.f. October 12, 2009.) Plans available: Plan A (Regular), Plan B (Institutional) Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount: Plan A: `5,000, Plan B: `25,00,000 (w.e.f. July 6, 2009) Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): NA Inception Date: 21 December 2006 Statistical Measures: Standard deviation 0.29% Dividend frequency: Monthly, subject to availability of distributable surplus Last 8 dividends (`/ unit): `
26-Aug-09 12-Nov-09 12-Nov-09 14-Dec-09 14-Dec-09 12-Jan-10 12-Jan-10 11-Feb-10 11-Feb-10 10-Mar-10 10-Mar-10 19-Apr-10 11-May-10 21-Jun-10 12-Jul-10 0.02 0.06 0.06 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV 10.419 10.3214 10.4668 10.3226 10.4729 10.3285 10.4834 10.3249 10.4843 10.3287 10.4922 10.5203 10.5498 10.5834 10.5929 Plan B Plan A Plan B Plan A Plan B Plan A Plan B Plan A Plan B Plan A Plan B Plan B Plan B Plan B Plan B

Portfolio

Name Hexaware Technologies Ltd Aurobindo Pharma Ltd Mphasis Ltd Cairn India Ltd Canara Bank Chambal Fertilisers & Chemicals Ltd Central Bank Of India Development Credit Bank Ltd Dena Bank Kingfisher Airlines Ltd GVK Power & Infrastructure Ltd HCL Technologies Ltd Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd ICICI Bank Ltd Firstsource Solutions Ltd Oracle Financial Serv Software Ltd Indusind Bank Ltd Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd ITC Ltd Jindal Steel & Power Ltd JSW Steel Ltd Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd Lanco Infratech Ltd Larsen & Toubro Ltd Mercator Lines Ltd Nagarjuna Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd Oriental Bank of Commerce Pantaloon Retail (India) Ltd Petronet LNG Ltd Polaris Software Lab Ltd PTC India Ltd Reliance Industries Ltd TVS Motor Company Ltd Shree Renuka Sugars Ltd Unitech Ltd Vijaya Bank Equities Total CBLO Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total Margin Fixed Deposit Total Net Current Asset Grand Total

Market Value in Lac(`) ` 47.33 182.48 95.59 196.40 152.25 171.08 86.91 158.00 148.42 131.53 109.62 91.53 206.70 109.47 51.26 171.65 179.52 153.07 158.30 107.62 152.38 151.00 188.00 150.46 32.04 134.61 75.83 282.30 195.70 100.74 120.76 186.44 47.26 109.47 84.35 130.75 4850.81 270.03 900.22 1000.00 -67.63 6953.44

% of NAV 0.68 2.62 1.37 2.82 2.19 2.46 1.25 2.27 2.13 1.89 1.58 1.32 2.97 1.57 0.74 2.47 2.58 2.20 2.28 1.55 2.19 2.17 2.70 2.16 0.46 1.94 1.09 4.06 2.81 1.45 1.74 2.68 0.68 1.57 1.21 1.88 69.76 3.88 12.95 14.38 -0.97 100.00

Value of Futures -47.70 -182.80 -96.39 -197.66 -150.15 -171.40 -86.73 -159.19 -146.12 -132.51 -110.48 -91.95 -208.13 -109.94 -51.70 -172.89 -181.14 -153.68 -159.00 -107.99 -151.33 -150.68 -189.60 -151.10 -32.32 -131.79 -76.41 -285.15 -197.28 -98.98 -121.90 -187.26 -47.65 -110.04 -85.01 -131.79

NAV (`): ` Plan A (Regular) Plan A (Regular) Plan B (Institutional) Plan B (Institutional) Face value (` / unit): 10. `

Growth Dividend Growth Dividend

13.3070 11.2615 13.6117 11.4706

Fund Performance
under the IDFC-AF-Growth

Asset Allocation
17.14 7.95% 7.18% 6.27% 5.51% 5.22% 5.42% 8.03 4.40 4.87 5.65 6.52% 6.65%

3.87% 2.04% 1.92%

3.92% 3.74 3.85 4.06

2.35 0.68

2.62

2.81

2.82

3.31

3.41

Construction

Retailing

Auto

Fertilisers

Petroleum Products

Ferrous Metals

IDFC-AF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: Crisil Liquid Fund Index

Crisil Liquid Fund Index

Construction Project

Pharmaceuticals

Consumer Non Durables

Transportation

Software

Power

Banks

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

Since Inception (21-12-2006) (CAGR)

Gas

Oil

13

IDFC Arbitrage Plus Fund


(IDFC - APF) An Open Ended Equity Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Equity Derivatives Average AUM (Apr-June): `.18.59 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade & Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 25 March 2011) Investment objective: The investment objective of the scheme is to generate income (absolute to low volatility returns) by taking advantage of opportunities in the cash and the derivative segments of the equity markets including the arbitrage opportunities available within the derivative segment, by using other derivative based strategies and by investing the balance in debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment style: The fund aimed to generate absolute returns by investing in trades in the equity and derivative markets. The trades can consist of cash-futures arbitrage as well as relative value (such as pair trades and corporate event- based strategies) and derivatives strategies. Ideal investment horizon: 1 year or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: IDFC- APF - Plan A & Plan B : 0.50% of NAV on investors who purchase/switch in and seek to redeem/switch out such units within 365 days such from the date of effecting such purchase/switch in. (w.e.f. August 24, 2009) In case of Switches, Exit load shall be NIL for all switch transactions between equity schemes of IDFC Mutual Fund. (w.e.f. October 12, 2009.) Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount : Plan A : `5,000, Plan B: `25,00,000 (w.e.f. July 6, 2009) Additional investment amount: `1 Inception Date: 9 June 2008 Statistical measures: Standard deviation 0.61% Last 3 dividends (` / unit): `
08-Jun-11 08-Jun-11 10-May-11 10-May-11 15-Apr-11 15-Apr-11 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.02 NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV NAV 11.0685 11.1616 11.0452 11.1357 11.0168 11.1049 Plan A Plan B Plan A Plan B Plan A Plan B

Portfolio
Value of Futures -47.12 -50.20 -51.78 -29.74 -49.90 -45.25 -38.90 -48.03 -70.25 -56.00 -59.07 -34.58 -52.15 -42.54 -43.87 -47.40 -64.10 -56.08 -45.89 -77.49 -49.32 -38.94 -47.50 -14.20 -48.94

Dividend frequency: Monthly, subject to availability of distributable surplus NAV (`): ` Growth (A) 11.9623 Dividend (A) 11.0987 Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash): 69.86% /17.95% / 12.19%

Name Balrampur Chini Mills Ltd Cairn India Ltd Canara Bank Central Bank Of India Dena Bank Kingfisher Airlines Ltd GVK Power & Infrastructure Ltd Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd Tata Teleservices (Mah) Ltd Firstsource Solutions Ltd IFCI Ltd Oracle Financial Serv Software Ltd Indusind Bank Ltd Jindal Steel & Power Ltd JSW Steel Ltd Lanco Infratech Ltd Larsen & Toubro Ltd Nagarjuna Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd Orchid Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd Pantaloon Retail (India) Ltd Petronet LNG Ltd Rolta India Ltd Shipping Corporation Of India Ltd Syndicate Bank Unitech Ltd Equities Total Nirma Ltd Pair Trade Total CBLO Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total Corporate Bond Total Net Current Asset Grand Total

Market Value in Lac(`) ` 47.42 49.88 52.50 29.80 50.68 44.91 38.60 47.70 70.25 55.54 58.62 34.33 51.68 42.40 44.17 47.00 63.83 57.28 46.20 76.71 48.92 38.64 47.10 14.11 48.56 1206.84 78.00 78.00 70.01 200.05 60.10 224.24 1839.23

% of NAV 2.58 2.71 2.85 1.62 2.76 2.44 2.10 2.59 3.82 3.02 3.19 1.87 2.81 2.31 2.40 2.56 3.47 3.11 2.51 4.17 2.66 2.10 2.56 0.77 2.64 65.62 4.24 4.24 3.81 10.88 3.27 12.19 100.00

(B) 12.0262 (B) 11.1937

Asset Allocation Fund Performance


under the IDFC-APF-Growth
6.84% 7.18% 6.02% 5.09% 3.92% 3.40% 2.10 1.92% 1.35% 2.51 2.59 2.64 2.66 2.71 5.22% 3.19 3.82 4.17 4.71 6.27% 6.04% 6.26% 6.03 5.00 6.82 6.99 10.81

3.11

Petroleum Products

Fertilisers

Telecom - Services

Retailing

Consumer Non Durables

Construction

Transportation

Software

Gas

Pharmaceuticals

Ferrous Metals

Finance

Power

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

IDFC-APF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. Benchmark: Crisil Liquid Fund Index

Crisil Liquid Fund Index

Since Inception (09-06-2008) (CAGR)

Construction Project

14

Banks

Oil

IDFC Asset Allocation Fund Aggressive Plan


(IDFCAAF-AP) An Open Ended Fund of Funds Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Fund of Fund Average AUM (Apr-June): `.225.42 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade & Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 23 Dec 2010) Investment objective: The primary objective of Scheme is to generate capital appreciation through investment in different Mutual Funds schemes primarily local funds based on a defined asset allocation model. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: IDFC Asset Allocation (AA) Fund aims to generate capital appreciation through investments in different mutual fund schemes based on a defined asset allocation model. The fund offers 3 different plans with different asset allocations linked to the targeted risk profiles for investors. Conservative plan offers the lowest risk profile followed by Moderate plan. Aggressive plan offers the highest risk profile amongst the 3 plans. Asset allocation allows investors to improve their risk adjusted returns as different asset classes such as equity, fixed income and commodities offer lower correlations with each other. The scheme will be a Fund of Fund scheme that can invest in a mix of ETFs, domestic and offshore Mutual Fund schemes. FoFs give fund manager the flexibility of tailoring portfolios by participating in funds with different styles within each asset class and to easily switch styles depending on the view of the markets. Ideal investment horizon: 1 year or more Entry Load: Nil Exit Load: IDFC-AAF AP (for all plans) : 1.50% of the NAV shall be applicable if investor who redeem/switch out such investment within 18 months from the date of subscription applying First in First out basis, (including investments through SIP/STP). Switches between plans (within the scheme) shall not attract load. The exit load/CDSC of up to 1% of the redemption value charged to the unit holder by the Fund on redemption of units shall be retained by each of the schemes in a separate account and will be utilized for payment of commissions to the ARN Holder and to meet other marketing and selling expenses. Any amount in excess of 1% of the redemption value charged to the unit holder as exit load/ CDSC shall be credited to the respective scheme immediately Options available: Growth, Dividend (payout & reinvestment) Minimum investment amount: Purchase (non SIP) `5,000/- & in multiples of `1/- for purchases and in multiples of `0.01 for switches. Additional ongoing purchase (Non SIP) `1,000/- and in multiples of `1/- thereafter SIP purchase - `1,000/- (subject to minimum of 6 installments of `1,000/- each). Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `1000 Inception Date: 11 February 2010 Statistical measures: Modified Duration 0.96 years (for Debt scheme) Dividend frequency: Such other frequency as decided from time to time. Last 3 dividends (`/ unit):
Date 15-Apr-11 06-Dec-10 06-Sep-10 NAV 11.0829 11.177 11.0139 Freq. Other 0.0493 0.0491 0.0491 I&H 0.0529 0.0527 0.0527

Portfolio

Name Benchmark Mutual Fund Exchange Traded Funds Total IDFC Sup Saver Inc Fund Invest Plan Plan F Gr IDFC Money Manager Fund Invt Plan Plan F Gr IDFC Money Manager Fd - Treas Plan Plan F Gr Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total IDFC Small & Midcap Equity (SME) Fund Growth IDFC Imperial Equity Fund-Plan A Growth Mutual Fund Units: Equity Total Net Current Asset Grand Total

Rating

% of NAV 11.51 11.51 24.59 8.73 4.16 37.48 27.08 23.83 50.90 0.11 100.00

NAV (`): Dividend 11.0829 Growth 11.3340 Face value (` / unit): 10 Fund Managers comment: Equity allocation was divided into large-cap (IDFC imperial equity fund) and Small and Midcap (IDFC SME Fund). On the debt side, duration of the portfolio was stable during the month. The alternate allocation was made to Gold ETF. Benchmark: Crisil Balanced Fund Index

Asset Allocation

2 3 4

1 2 3 4

M utual Fund U n its: Eq u ity: 5 0.9 0% M utual Fund U n its: D eb t: 37 .48 % Exch ange Trad ed Fun ds: 1 1.5 1% N et C urren t A sset: 0 .11 %

Fund Performance under the IDFC-AAF-AP-Growth


9.49% 10.00%

5.80% 1.34% 1.50%

6.04%

0.62%

1 month (Absolute)

3 month (Absolute) -1.59%

6 month
-0.50% (Absolute) -4.17%

1 Year (CAGR)

Since Inception (11-02-2010) (CAGR)

IDFCAAF-AP Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Crisil Balanced Fund Index

15

IDFC Asset Allocation Fund Moderate Plan


(IDFCAAF-MP) An Open Ended Fund of Funds Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Fund of Fund Average AUM (Apr-June): `.202.37 Crores
Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade & Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 23 Dec 2010)

Portfolio
Name Benchmark Mutual Fund Exchange Traded Funds Total IDFC Sup Saver Inc Fund Invest Plan Plan F Gr IDFC Money Manager Fund Invt Plan Plan F Gr IDFC Money Manager Fd - Treas Plan Plan F Gr Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total IDFC Small & Midcap Equity (SME) Fund Growth IDFC Imperial Equity Fund-Plan A Growth Mutual Fund Units: Equity Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating % of NAV 5.74 5.74 39.32 15.22 13.83 68.37 14.34 11.85 26.19 -0.29 100.00

Investment objective: The primary objective of Scheme is to generate capital appreciation through investment in different Mutual Funds schemes primarily local funds based on a defined asset allocation model. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: IDFC Asset Allocation Fund aims to generate capital appreciation through investments in different mutual fund schemes based on a defined asset allocation model. The fund offers 3 different plans with different asset allocations linked to the targeted risk profiles for investors. Conservative plan offers the lowest risk profile followed by Moderate plan. Aggressive plan offers the highest risk profile amongst the 3 plans. Asset allocation allows investors to improve their risk adjusted returns as different asset classes such as equity, fixed income and commodities offer lower correlations with each other. The scheme will be a Fund of Fund scheme that can invest in a mix of ETFs, domestic and offshore Mutual Fund schemes. FoFs give fund manager the flexibility of tailoring portfolios by participating in funds with different styles within each asset class and to easily switch styles depending on the view of the markets. Ideal investment horizon: 1 year or more Entry Load: Nil Exit Load: IDFC-AAF MP (for all plans): 1.50% of the NAV shall be applicable if investor who redeem/switch out such investment within 18 months from the date of subscription applying First in First out basis, (including investment s through SIP/STP). Switches between plans (within the scheme) shall not attract load. The exit load/ CDSC of up to 1% of the redemption value charged to the unit holder by the Fund on redemption of units shall be retained by each of the schemes in a separate account and will be utilized for payment of commissions to the ARN Holder and to meet other marketing and selling expenses. Any amount in excess of 1% of the redemption value charged to the unit holder as exit load/ CDSC shall be credited to the respective scheme immediately Options available: Growth, Dividend (payout & reinvestment) Minimum investment amount: Purchase (non SIP) `5,000/- & in multiples of `1/- for purchases and in multiples of `0.01 for switches. Additional ongoing purchase (Non SIP) `1,000/- and in multiples of `1/- thereafter SIP purchase - `1,000/- (subject to minimum of 6 installments of `1,000/- each). Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `1000 Inception Date: 11 February 2010 Statistical measures: Modified Duration 1.55 years (for Debt scheme) Dividend frequency: Such other frequency as decided from time to time Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date 15-Apr-11 06-Dec-10 06-Sep-10 NAV 10.9071 10.7844 10.6609 Freq. Other 0.0329 0.0327 0.0327 I&H 0.0352 0.0351 0.0351

NAV (`): ` Growth 11.1482 Dividend 10.9818 Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Fund Managers comment: Equity allocation was divided into large-cap (IDFC imperial equity fund) and Small and Midcap (IDFC SME Fund). On the debt side, duration of the portfolio was stable during the month. The alternate allocation was made to Gold ETF. Benchmark: Crisil MIP Blended Index

Asset Allocation
2 1 3 4 2 3 4 1 M u tual Fun d U n its: D ebt: 68 .3 7 % M u tual Fun d U n its: Eq uity : 2 6 .1 9% Exch an ge Traded Fund s: 5 .74 % N et C urren t A sset: -0.29 %

Fund Performance under the IDFC-AAF-MP-Growth


8.19% 6.48% 6.36% 5.03%

0.80%

0.98%

1.69% 0.60%

1.72%

1.10%

1 month (Absolute)

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 Year (CAGR)

IDFCAAF-MIP Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Crisil MIP Blended Index

Since Inception (11-02-2010) (CAGR)

16

IDFC Asset Allocation Fund Conservative Plan


(IDFCAAF-CP) An Open Ended Fund of Funds Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Fund of Fund Average AUM (Apr-June): `.80.92 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade & Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 23 Dec 2010) Investment objective: The primary objective of Scheme is to generate capital appreciation through investment in different Mutual Funds schemes primarily local funds based on a defined asset allocation model. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: IDFC Asset Allocation (AA) Fund aims to generate capital appreciation through investments in different mutual fund schemes based on a defined asset allocation model. The fund offers 3 different plans with different asset allocations linked to the targeted risk profiles for investors. Conservative plan offers the lowest risk profile followed by Moderate plan. Aggressive plan offers the highest risk profile amongst the 3 plans. Asset allocation allows investors to improve their risk adjusted returns as different asset classes such as equity, fixed income and commodities offer lower correlations with each other. The scheme will be a Fund of Fund scheme that can invest in a mix of ETFs, domestic and offshore Mutual Fund schemes. FoFs give fund manager the flexibility of tailoring portfolios by participating in funds with different styles within each asset class and to easily switch styles depending on the view of the markets. Ideal investment horizon: 1 year or more Entry Load: Nil Exit Load: IDFC-AAF CP (for all plans): 1.50% of the NAV shall be applicable if investor who redeem/ switch out such investment within 18 months from the date of subscription applying First in First out basis, (including investment s through SIP/STP). Switches between plans (within the scheme) shall not attract load. The exit load/ CDSC of up to 1% of the redemption value charged to the unit holder by the Fund on redemption of units shall be retained by each of the schemes in a separate account and will be utilized for payment of commissions to the ARN Holder and to meet other marketing and selling expenses. Any amount in excess of 1% of the redemption value charged to the unit holder as exit load/ CDSC shall be credited to the respective scheme immediately Options available: Growth, Dividend (payout & reinvestment) Minimum investment amount: Purchase (non SIP) ` 5,000/- & in multiples of `1/for purchases and in multiples of `0.01 for switches. Additional ongoing purchase (Non SIP) `1,000/- and in multiples of `1/- thereafter SIP purchase - `1,000/- (subject to minimum of 6 installments of `1,000/- each). Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `1000 Inception Date: 11 February 2010 Statistical measures: Modified Duration 1.93 years (for Debt scheme) Dividend frequency: Such other frequency as decided from time to time Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date 08-Jun-11 10-May-11 15-Apr-11 NAV 10.4750 10.447 10.4965 Freq. Other 0.015100 0.0164 0.0164 I&H 0.017600 0.0176 0.0176

Portfolio
Name CBLO IDFC Sup Saver Inc Fund Invest Plan Plan F Gr IDFC CF-Plan C-Growth Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total IDFC Small & Midcap Equity (SME) Fund Growth IDFC Imperial Equity Fund-Plan A Growth Mutual Fund Units: Equity Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating % of NAV 0.27 50.53 32.78 83.31 8.53 7.07 15.60 0.82 100.00

NAV (`): ` Dividend 10.5472 Growth 10.8145 Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Fund Managers comment: Equity allocation was divided into large-cap (IDFC imperial equity fund) and Small and Midcap (IDFC SME Fund). On the debt side, duration of the portfolio was stable during the month. Benchmark: Crisil MIP Blended Index

Asset Allocation

2 34

1 2 3

M u tual Fun d U n its: D eb t: 83 .31 % M u tual Fun d U n its: Equ ity : 1 5 .6 0% N et C urren t A sset: 0.82 % C B LO : 0 .27 %

Fund Performance under the IDFC-AAF-CP-Growth


6.48% 5.83%

5.22%

5.03%

2.23% 0.93% 0.98% 1.53% 0.60% 1.10%

1 month (Absolute)

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 Year (CAGR)

IDFCAAF-CP Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Crisil MIP Blended Index

Since Inception (11-02-2010) (CAGR)

17

IDFC Monthly Income Plan


(IDFC MIP) An Open Ended Fund of Funds Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Fund of Fund Average AUM (Apr-June): ` 217.70 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Kenneth Andrade & Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 23 Dec 2010) Investment objective: The primary objective of Scheme is to generate regular returns through investment primarily in debt oriented Mutual Fund schemes (such as Income and Liquid funds). The secondary objective of the Scheme is to generate long-term capital appreciation by investing a portion of the Schemes assets in equity oriented schemes. Monthly Income is not assured and the same is subject to availability of distributable surplus Investment Style: The scheme will be a fund of fund that will combine the benefits of asset allocation and diversification in a single product. The fund of fund approach allows the fund manager to participate in funds with different styles within various funds available for investments. Ideal investment horizon: 1 year or more Entry Load: Nil Exit Load: 1% of the NAV shall be applicable if investors who redeem/switch out such investments within one year (365 Days) from the date of subscription applying First in First Out basis, (including investments through SIP/STP).Noload shall be applicable for switches between options of the schemes. (w.e.f 7 Jan 2011) Options available: Growth, Dividend (payout, reinvestment and auto sweep) Minimum investment amount: `5,000/- & in multiples of `1/- for purchases and inmultiples of `0.01 for switches. Additional ongoing purchase (Non SIP) `1,000/- and in multiples of `1/thereafter SIP purchase - `1,000/- (subject to minimum of 6 installments of `1,000/- each). Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `1000 Inception Date: 25 February 2010 Dividend frequency: Monthly, Quarterly and such other frequency as decided from time to time. Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date 01-Jun-11 02-May-11 05-Apr-11 NAV 10.2838 10.325 10.3857 Freq. Other 0.0302 0.0329 0.0327 I&H 0.0352 0.0352 0.0351

Portfolio
Name IDFC Sup Saver Inc Fund Invest Plan Plan F Gr IDFC Money Manager Fund Invt Plan Plan F Gr IDFC Money Manager Fd - Treas Plan Plan F Gr IDFC Dynamic Bond Fund Plan B Growth Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total IDFC Small & Midcap Equity (SME) Fund Growth IDFC Imperial Equity Fund-Plan A Growth Mutual Fund Units: Equity Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating % of NAV 38.96 19.17 8.54 6.95 73.63 14.48 11.75 26.23 0.14 100.00

NAV (`): ` Growth 10.8913 Dividend 10.3679 Quarterly Dividend 10.2159 Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Fund Managers comment: The Equity allocation was divided into IDFC Imperial, SME, Strategic sector 50-50 and GDP fund. On the debt side, the duration of the portfolio was stable during the month. Benchmark: Crisil MIP Blended Index

Fund Performance under the IDFC-MIP-Growth


6.57% 6.44%

Aset Allocation
5.15% 5.03%

2
1.48% 0.60% 1.37%

1
1.10%

M utual Fund U n its: D eb t: 73 .63 % M utual Fund U n its: Eq u ity: 2 6.2 3% N et C urren t A sset: 0 .14 %

0.99%

0.98%

3 2
6 month (Absolute) 1 Year (CAGR) Since Inception (25-02-2010) (CAGR)

1 month (Absolute)

3 month (Absolute)

IDFC-MIP Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Crisil MIP Blended Index

3 1

18

IDFC Cash Fund


(IDFC CF) An Open Ended Liquid Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Liquid Fund Average AUM (Apr-June): `.8,574.46 Crores Fund manager: Mr. Anupam Joshi Investment objective: IDFC-CF is an open-ended liquid fund with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing in high quality money market and debt instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme aims to invest in a highly quality money market instruments with high liquidity and seeks to generate accrual income with low volatility. Ideal investment horizon: 1 day or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: Nil Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan A (Regular Plan), ` 1 Crore and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan B (Institutional Plan), ` 5 Crores and in multiples ` 1 in Plan C (Super Institutional Plan). Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): NA Inception date: 2 July 2001 Statistical Measures: Standard deviation 0.12% Modified duration 67.77 days Dividend frequency: Daily, Weekly with compulsory re-investment, Monthly and Periodic.
Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): ` Date NAV IDFC-CF Plan A Freq. Other I&H

Portfolio
Name CBLO Punjab National Bank ICICI Bank Ltd Allahabad Bank Central Bank Of India Axis Bank Ltd Canara Bank IDBI Bank Ltd UCO Bank United Bank Of India United Bank Of India Oriental Bank of Commerce Indusind Bank Ltd State Bank of Hyderabad Union Bank of India Jammu & Kashmir Bank Ltd Bank of Maharashtra Yes Bank Ltd ING Vysya Bank Ltd IDBI Bank Ltd Vijaya Bank Andhra Bank Central Bank Of India Certificate of Deposit Total Indian Oil Corporation Ltd Sesa Goa Ltd Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd Commercial Paper Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating PR1+ A1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ PR1+ PR1+ PR1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ % of NAV 0.63 7.33 7.03 6.70 6.38 6.37 6.37 6.37 4.46 3.83 3.82 2.79 2.55 2.55 2.55 2.04 1.98 1.92 1.62 1.28 0.64 0.32 0.32 79.21 9.56 1.15 0.65 11.36 8.80 100.00

30 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 28 Jun 11 30 Jun 11 24 Jun 11 17 Jun 11 29 Jun 11


IDFC-CF Plan B

10.5819 10.5819 10.5819 10.0101 10.0101 10.0101 10.0000 10.5873 10.5873 10.5873 10.0025 10.0025 10.0025 10 10 10

Daily Daily Daily Weekly Weekly Weekly Monthly Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Weekly Weekly Weekly

0.00186175 0.00178436 0.00181875 0.0103 0.012 0.0119 0.0051 0.00188454 0.00180709 0.00184178 0.00185268 0.00177954 0.00181225 0.011 0.0128 0.0125

0.00194096 0.00186032 0.00189618 0.0108 0.0125 0.0124 0.0054 0.00188454 0.00180709 0.00184178 0.00185268 0.00177954 0.00181225 0.0115 0.0134 0.0131

30 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 28 Jun 11


IDFC-CF Plan C

30 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 28 Jun 11 30 Jun 11 24 Jun 11 17 Jun 11


NAV (`): `

Plan A Growth 17.7676 Plan A Dividend Daily 10.5819 Plan A Dividend Weekly 10.0101 Plan A Dividend Monthly 10.0023 Plan B Growth (IP) 17.9220 Plan B Dividend (IP)Daily 10.5873 Plan C Growth 12.1836 Plan C Dividend Daily 10.0025 Plan C Dividend Weekly 10.0000 Plan C Dividend Periodic 10.0192 Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Fund managers comment: The scheme is invested in short maturity liquid instruments in line with its objectives. Benchmark: Crisil Liquid Fund Index (CLFI)

Asset Allocation

1 2 34 2 3 1 4

C ertificate of D eposit: 7 9.2 1% C om m ercial Paper: 1 1 .3 6% C BLO : 0 .63 % N et C u rren t A sset: 8 .80%

Fund Performance under the IDFC-CF-Growth


8.29% 7.95% 8.31% 7.92% 8.25% 8.06% 7.06% 7.18% 6.14% 6.27% 5.49% 5.22% 6.23% 6.57% 5.92%

Rating & Rankings

(Annualised) 7 days

(Annualised) 15 days

(Annualised) 30 days

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

IDFC-CF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Crisil Liquid Fund Index

Since Inception (02-07-2001) (CAGR)

19

IDFC Money Manager Fund Treasury Plan


(IDFC MMF-TP) An Open Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Debt Fund Average AUM (Apr-June): `.5,499.28 Crores Fund manager: Mr. Anupam Joshi Investment objective: Seek to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy by creating a portfolio that is substantially invested in good quality floating rate debt or money market instruments, fixed rate debt or money market instruments swapped for floating returns and fixed rate debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme aims to invest only in highly rated money market instruments including floating rate instruments with short term benchmarks. The Scheme seeks to generate returns predominantly through accrual income. Ideal investment horizon: 1 day or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: IDFC-MMF TP: Plan A, Plan B, Plan C, Plan D & Plan F : Nil. Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep Minimum investment amount: `5,000 and in multiples of `1 in Plan A (Regular Plan), ` 5 Crore and in multiples of `1 in Plan B (Institutional Plan), ` 10 Crores and in multiples `1 in Plan C (Super Institutional Plan), `25,000 and in multiples `1 in Plan D, `5,000 and in multiples of `1 in Plan F.

Portfolio
Name CBLO Allahabad Bank Central Bank Of India Indusind Bank Ltd Andhra Bank Axis Bank Ltd Vijaya Bank Punjab National Bank UCO Bank Yes Bank Ltd United Bank Of India Bank of Maharashtra State Bank Of Patiala Bank Of India State Bank Of India ICICI Bank Ltd State Bank Of Mysore HDFC Bank Ltd Canara Bank Oriental Bank of Commerce State Bank of Hyderabad ING Vysya Bank Ltd IDBI Bank Ltd State Bank Of Patiala Federal Bank Ltd Bank Of India Indian Overseas Bank Punjab & Sind Bank State Bank Of Travancore Certificate of Deposit Total Sesa Goa Ltd National Bank For Agriculture and Rural Development Commercial Paper Total 91 Days Tbill (MD 29/09/2011) 91 Days Tbill (MD 09/09/2011) 364 Days Tbill (MD 24/02/2012) 182 Days Tbill (MD 02/09/2011) Treasury Bills Total SREI Equipment Finance Pvt Ltd Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Fina Ltd Export Import Bank Of India Reliance Utilities & Power Pvt Ltd Tata Sons Ltd Corporate Bond Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating A1+ PR1+ A1+ PR1+ P1+ PR1+ PR1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ A1+ PR1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ SOV SOV SOV SOV AA AAA AA+ AAA AAA AAA % of NAV 9.21 18.19 12.11 10.71 10.64 5.75 5.48 5.47 2.92 2.55 2.47 1.21 1.21 1.21 1.18 1.18 0.97 0.84 0.71 0.66 0.62 0.62 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.60 0.57 0.49 90.76 2.30 0.61 2.91 8.90 0.61 0.15 0.05 9.70 0.74 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.04 0.02 1.17 -13.75 100.00

(w.e.f July 1, 2011)


Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `1,000 (Plan A) Inception date: 18 Feb 2003 Statistical Measures:

Standard deviation Modified duration

0.11% 84.93 days

Dividend frequency: Monthly & Daily / Weekly with compulsory reinvestment Last 3 dividends (`/ unit) : ` Date NAV Freq. Other IDFC- MMF -TP Plan A 30 Jun 11 10.0699 Daily 0.0020155 29 Jun 11 10.0699 Daily 0.00189584 28 Jun 11 10.0699 Daily 0.00174808 30 Jun 11 10.0189 Weekly 0.0107 24 Jun 11 10.0189 Weekly 0.0123 17 Jun 11 10.0189 Weekly 0.0124 29 Jun 11 10.1746 Monthly 0.0536 30 May 11 10.1746 Monthly 0.0601 28 Apr 11 10.1746 Monthly 0.0569 IDFC-MMF -TP Plan B 30 Jun 11 10.0703 Daily 0.00210906 29 Jun 11 10.0703 Daily 0.00198911 28 Jun 11 10.0703 Daily 0.00185647 30 Jun 11 10.0379 Weekly 0.0113 24 Jun 11 10.0379 Weekly 0.0128 17 Jun 11 10.0379 Weekly 0.0131 29 Jun 11 10.0844 Monthly 0.0559 30 May 11 10.0844 Monthly 0.0633 28 Apr 11 10.0844 Monthly 0.0593 IDFC-MMF -TP Plan C 30 Jun 11 10.0015 Daily 0.00210513 29 Jun 11 10.0015 Daily 0.00198597 28 Jun 11 10.0015 Daily 0.00183955 30 Jun 11 10.0569 Weekly 0.0114 24 Jun 11 10.0569 Weekly 0.0131 17 Jun 11 10.0569 Weekly 0.0131 29 Jun 11 10.0007 Monthly 0.0555 30 May 11 10.0004 Monthly 0.0631 28 Apr 11 10.0004 Monthly 0.0591 IDFC-MMF -TP Plan D 30 Jun 11 10.0026 Daily 0.00182614 29 Jun 11 10.0026 Daily 0.00170649 28 Jun 11 10.0026 Daily 0.00155842
NAV (`): `

I&H 0.00235153 0.00221192 0.00203953 0.0125 0.0144 0.0144 0.0625 0.0644 0.061 0.0024607 0.00232074 0.00216598 0.0132 0.015 0.0152 0.0652 0.0678 0.0635 0.00245611 0.00231708 0.00214624 0.0133 0.0152 0.0153 0.0647 0.0677 0.0633 0.00213111 0.00199219 0.00182131

Asset Allocation
2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 1 6 C ertificate o f D epo sit: 9 0.7 6% Treasury B ills: 9 .7 0% C BLO : 9.21 % C om m ercial Pap er: 2 .9 1 % C orpo rate Bo nd: 1.1 7% N et C u rrent A sset: -13.7 5%

Plan A Plan A Plan A Plan A Plan B Plan B Plan B Plan B Plan C Plan C Plan C Plan C Plan D Plan D Plan F
Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Fund managers comment:

Growth Dividend Dividend Dividend Growth Dividend Dividend Dividend Growth Dividend Dividend Dividend Growth Dividend Growth

Daily Weekly Monthly Daily Weekly Monthly Daily Weekly Monthly Daily

16.0684 10.0699 10.0189 10.1773 16.0523 10.0703 10.0379 10.0871 11.9109 10.0015 10.0569 10.0034 11.1047 10.0026 10.9035

Fund Performance
under the IDFC-MMF-TP-Growth
8.68% 7.68% 8.56% 7.68% 8.52% 7.55% 7.16% 6.85% 5.76% 5.25%

6.39% 5.67%

6.34% 6.17%

5.83% 5.80%

(Annualised) 7 days

(Annualised) 15 days

(Annualised) 30 days

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

IDFC-MMF-TP Growth

NSE MIBOR Index

Since Inception (18-02-2003) (CAGR)

Rating & Rankings

The scheme is invested in short maturity liquid instruments in line with its objectives
Benchmark: NSE MIBOR INDEX

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

20

IDFC Super Saver Income Fund Short Term


(IDFC SSIF-ST) An Open Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.105.66 Crores Fund manager: Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 11 March 2011) Investment objective: Seek to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy by investing in good quality fixed income securities and money market securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme seeks to invest in a mix of government securities and highly rated corporate bonds and aims to generate stable long-term returns through mix of accrual income and capital appreciation. Ideal investment horizon: 9 months or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: Exit Load 0.50% of NAV on investors who purchase / switch in and seek to redeem / switch out such units within 6 months from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options will not be levied an exit load. (w.e.f March 01, 2011) Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep Minimum investment amount: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan A (Regular Plan), ` 5 Crore and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan B (Institutional Plan), ` 10 Crores and in multiples ` 1 in Plan C , `5000 and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan D (MF Plan), `` 5000 and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan F. (w.e.f July 1, 2011) Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): Plan A ` 1,000 Inception date:14 December 2000 Statistical Measures: Standard deviation 0.71% Modified duration 1.28 years Dividend frequency: Monthly, Fortnightly Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date IDFC- SSIF-ST Plan A 30 Jun 11 17 Jun 11 03 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 30 May 11 28 Apr 11 IDFC- SSIF-ST Plan B 02-Jul-10 18-Jun-10 04-Jun-10 29 Jun 11 30 May 11 28 Apr 11 IDFC-SSIF-ST Plan C 18-Jun-10 04-Jun-10 21-May-10 29 Jun 11 30 May 11 28 Apr 11 IDFC-SSIF-ST Plan D 03 Dec 10 19 Nov 10 04 Nov 10 30 Nov 10 29 Sep 10 31 Aug 10 10.218 10.218 10.218 10.0654 10.0654 10.0654 10.13 10.11 10.11 10.2097 10.193 10.193 10.08 10.08 10.08 10.6093 10.5861 10.5641 10.0567 10.0567 10.0567 10.1361 10.0931 10.0931 Fortnightly Fortnightly Fortnightly Monthly Monthly Monthly Fortnightly Fortnightly Fortnightly Monthly Monthly Monthly Fortnightly Fortnightly Fortnightly Monthly Monthly Monthly Fortnightly Fortnightly Fortnightly Monthly Monthly Monthly 0.0428 0.044 0.0186 0.0911 0.0372 0.0514 0.002 0.0027 0.0106 0.0815 0.04 0.1746 0.0026 0.0106 0.0021 0.0812 0.0245 0.0252 0.0053 0.014 0.0219 0.0252 0.0421 0.0059 0.0499 0.0514 0.0217 0.1062 0.0399 0.0551 0.0021 0.0029 0.0114 0.0951 0.0429 0.1871 0.0028 0.0113 0.0023 0.0947 0.0263 0.027 0.0057 0.015 0.0235 0.0271 0.0452 0.0063 NAV Freq. Other I&H

Portfolio
Name CBLO Bank Of India Bank Of Baroda Canara Bank State Bank of Hyderabad Syndicate Bank State Bank Of Patiala State Bank Of Mysore Punjab National Bank Certificate of Deposit Total Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd L&T Finance Ltd Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd Sundaram Finance Ltd Tata Sons Ltd Bajaj Finance Ltd Corporate Bond Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating P1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ PR1+ P1+ P1+ PR1+ AA+ AAA AA+ LAA+ LAA+ AAA AA+ % of NAV 2.54 11.84 5.88 4.68 2.92 2.91 2.90 2.38 2.12 35.63 9.35 9.32 9.08 8.99 8.37 6.24 3.05 54.40 7.43 100.00

Asset Allocation
2 1 3 4 2 3 4 1 C ertificate of D eposit: 3 5 .6 3% N et C u rrent A sset: 7.43 % C BLO : 2 .54 % C orp orate B on d: 5 4 .40%

NAV (`): ` Plan A Growth 20.5619 Plan A Dividend Fortnightly 10.2180 Plan A Dividend Monthly 10.0716 Plan B Growth 11.4071 Plan B Dividend Fortnightly 10.6976 Plan B Dividend Monthly 10.2160 Plan C Growth 11.4949 Plan C Dividend Fortnightly 10.6780 Plan C Dividend Monthly 10.6159 Plan D Growth 13.2901 Plan D Dividend Fortnightly 10.5349 Plan D Dividend Monthly 10.6205 Plan F Growth 10.8376 Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Fund managers comment: The fund is invested in a mix of certificate of deposits and short duration corporate bonds to optimize performance. Benchmark: CRISIL Short-Term Bond Fund Index (CSTBFI)

Fund Performance under the IDFC-SSIF-ST-Growth


8.00% 7.20% 5.59% 5.59% 5.22% 7.75% 7.06% 6.94% 7.07%

5.09%

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

10 year (CAGR)

IDFC-SSIF-ST Growth CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Since Inception (14/12/2000) (CAGR)

21

IDFC Super Saver Income Fund Medium Term


(IDFC SSIF-MT) An Open Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.163.52 Crores Fund manager: Mr. Anupam Joshi Investment objective: Seek to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy by investing in good quality fixed income securities and money market securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme seeks to invest in a mix of government securities and highly rated corporate bonds and aims to generate stable long-term returns through mix of accrual income and capital appreciation. Ideal investment horizon: 12 months or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: IDFC-SSIF-MT - Plan A , Plan B & Plan F : 0.50% of NAV shall be the exit load payable by investors who purchase / switch in and seek to redeem / switch out such units within 182 days from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options will not be levied an exit load. Options available: Growth, Dividend, Dividend Sweep& Dividend Payout & Reinvestment option. Minimum investment amount: `5,000 and in multiples of `1 in Plan A (Regular Plan), ` 1 Crore and in multiples of `1 in Plan B (Institutional Plan), `5,000 and in multiples of `1 in Plan F Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): in Plan A `1,000 Inception date: 8 July 2003 Statistical Measures: Standard deviation 0.95% Modified duration 2.05 years Dividend frequency: Bi-monthly, Monthly, Fortnightly & Daily Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date NAV IDFC- SSIF-MT Plan A 30 Jun 11 10.1748 29 Jun 11 10.1748 28 Jun 11 10.1748 27 May 11 10.5864 30 Mar 11 10.576 28 Jan 11 10.5289 30 Jun 11 10.0617 17 Jun 11 10.0617 03 Jun 11 10.0617 29 Jun 11 10.1544 30 May 11 10.1544 28 Apr 11 10.1544 30 Jun 11 10.1248 30 Mar 11 10.0921 31 Dec 10 10.0471 IDFC- SSIF-MT Plan B 29 Jun 11 10 30 May 11 10 28 Apr 11 10 30 Mar 11 11.4327 31 Dec 10 11.3806 IDFC- SSIF-MT Plan F 30-Mar-11 10.049 Freq. Daily Daily Daily Bimonthly Bimonthly Bimonthly Fortnightly Fortnightly Fortnightly Monthly Monthly Monthly Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Monthly Monthly Monthly Annual Annual Other 0.00562349 0.00247689 0.00600218 0.0468 0.0797 0.051 0.0394 0.0516 0.022 0.1002 0.0206 0.0373 0.1342 0.0999 0.0655 0.1015 0.0236 0.0397 0.1203 0.2047 0.3073 I&H 0.00656161 0.00289055 0.00700329 0.0501 0.0855 0.0547 0.046 0.0602 0.0256 0.1169 0.0221 0.04 0.1566 0.1072 0.0703 0.1184 0.0253 0.0425 0.129 0.2196 0.3297

Portfolio
Name CBLO State Bank Of Patiala Dena Bank United Bank Of India Canara Bank Certificate of Deposit Total 8.08% GOI (MD 02/08/2022) 7.83% GOI (MD 11/04/2018) Govt Bond Total Reliance Utilities & Power Pvt Ltd Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd State Bank Of India Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Fina Ltd L&T Finance Ltd Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd Corporate Bond Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating A1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ SOV SOV AAA AA+ AAA AA+ AA+ LAA+ % of NAV 0.28 16.70 16.61 6.66 0.27 40.24 3.46 6.91 10.37 17.30 10.70 7.18 6.88 3.46 3.43 48.95 0.16 100.00

NAV (`): ` Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend Bimonthly Plan A Dividend Fortnightly Plan A Dividend Monthly Plan A Dividend Quarterly Plan A Dividend Daily Plan B Growth Plan B Dividend Plan B Dividend Monthly Plan F Growth Plan F Dividend Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Fund managers comment: The fund is predominantly invested in a mix of medium tenor corporate certificate of deposits. Benchmark: CRISIL Short-Term Bond Fund Index (CSTBFI) Rating & Rankings

16.9817 10.7388 10.0617 10.1618 10.1248 10.1748 10.8163 11.6843 10.0074 11.0235 10.2638

Asset Allocation
2 3 45 3 4 1 5 G o vt B o nd : 10 .37% C B LO : 0.28 % N et C urren t A sset: 0 .16 % 1 2 C o rpo rate Bo n d: 4 8.95% C ertificate of D eposit: 40 .24%

bonds and

Fund Performance under the IDFC-SSIF-MT-Growth


9.43% 8.44% 7.48% 5.57% 5.59% 7.20% 7.06% 6.86% 6.00% 5.22%

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

IDFC-SSIF-MT Growth CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index Past performance may or may not be sustained in futures

Since Inception (08-07-2003) (CAGR)

22

IDFC Super Saver Income Fund Investment Plan


(IDFC SSIF-IP) An Open Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.304.77 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) Investment objective: Seek to generate stable returns by creating a portfolio that is invested in good quality fixed income and money market securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme seeks to invest in a mix of government securities and highly rated corporate bonds and aims to generate stable long-term returns through mix of accrual income and capital appreciation. Ideal investment horizon: 1 year or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: IDFC-SSIF-IP - Plan A , Plan B, Plan C & Plan F : 1.00% of NAV on investors who purchase/switch in and seek to redeem/switch out such units within 365 days such from the date of effecting such purchase/switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options will not be levied an exit load. Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep Minimum investment amount: `5,000 and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan A (Regular Plan), ` 5 Crore and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan B (Institutional Plan), ` 10 Crores and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan C, ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan D. (w.e.f July 1, 2011) Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): in Plan A `1,000 Inception date: 14 July 2000 Statistical Measures: Standard deviation 1.54% Modified duration 2.75 years Dividend frequency: Quarterly, Half Yearly, Annually Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date IDFC-SSIF-IP-Plan A 30-Jun-11 30-Jun-10 31-Dec-09 30-Mar-11 29-Sep-10 29-Sep-09 30-Mar-09 IDFC-SSIF-IP-Plan B 30-Jun-09 31-Dec-09 30-Mar-11 IDFC-SSIF-IP-Plan C 30-Jun-09 31-Dec-09 NAV 11.1408 10.7028 10.4941 10.9548 10.8973 10.6641 10.9413 10.2589 10.288 10.4778 10.1243 10.1529 Freq. Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Half Yearly Half Yearly Half Yearly Annual Other 0.0097 0.047 0.009 0.124 0.1801 0.3636 0.7663 0.1223 0.0296 0.3585 0.0408 0.0227 I&H 0.0113 0.0504 0.0097 0.133 0.1933 0.3907 0.8234 0.1314 0.0318 0.3847 0.0438 0.0244

Portfolio
Name CBLO State Bank Of Patiala Canara Bank Corporation Bank State Bank of Hyderabad Bank Of Baroda Punjab National Bank State Bank Of India State Bank Of Mysore State Bank Of Patiala Certificate of Deposit Total 7.83% GOI (MD 11/04/2018) Govt Bond Total Reliance Utilities & Power Pvt Ltd Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd Sundaram Finance Ltd State Bank Of India Tata Sons Ltd HDFC Bank Ltd Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd Indian Railway Finance Corp Ltd Power Grid Corporation Ltd Corporate Bond Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating A1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ A1+ PR1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ SOV AAA AAA LAA+ AAA AAA AAA AA+ AAA AAA % of NAV 6.54 6.04 4.69 4.29 2.86 1.02 0.63 0.62 0.22 0.16 20.53 4.23 4.23 14.07 14.05 9.59 8.52 6.66 5.25 5.00 3.24 1.59 67.97 0.74 100.00

NAV (`): ` Plan A Growth 23.5530 Plan A Dividend Annual 12.2628 Plan A Dividend Quarterly 11.1408 Plan A Dividend Half Yearly 11.1000 Plan B Growth 11.4070 Plan B Dividend 10.6273 Plan C Growth 11.0453 Plan C Dividend 10.9314 Plan F Growth 10.5247 Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Fund manager's comment: The fund is predominantly invested in a mix of bank CDs and corporate bonds. The fund will actively monitor the dynamic interest rate and credit spread environment to optimize performance. Benchmark: Crisil Composite Bond Fund Index (CCBFI)

Asset Allocation
2 3 4 5 2 3 4 1 5 C ertificate o f D epo sit: 2 0 .5 3% C BLO : 6 .54% G o vt B on d: 4 .23 % N et C u rren t A sset: 0 .74% 1 C orp orate B o nd: 67 .97 %

Fund Performance

under the IDFC-SSIF-IP-Growth


7.90% 6.78% 5.99% 4.22% 4.58% 3.57% 4.63% 8.12% 7.44%

7.79%

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

10 year (CAGR)

IDFC-SSIF-IP Growth CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index Past performance may or may not be sustained in future

Since Inception (14/07/2000) (CAGR)

23

IDFC Dynamic Bond Fund


(IDFC DBF) An Open Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.50.90 Crores Fund manager: Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) Investment objective: Seek to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by active management of the portfolio; by investing in high quality money market & debt instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme seeks to invest in a mix of government securities and highly rated corporate bonds and seeks to generate returns by actively managing the interest rate volatility. Ideal investment horizon: 1 year or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: IDFC-DBF - Plan A & Plan B: Nil. (w.e.f. August 24, 2009) Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount: `5,000 and in multiples of `1 in Plan A (Regular Plan), ` 5 Crore and in multiples of `1 in plan B (Institutional Plan). (w.e.f July 1, 2011) Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): in Plan A `1,000 Inception date: 25 June 2002 Statistical Measures: Standard deviation 1.59% Modified duration 1.55 years Dividend frequency: Quarterly & Annually Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date IDFC- DBF - Plan A 31-Dec-08 30-Mar-09 30-Jun-09 30-Mar-09 IDFC- DBF - Plan B 06-Jul-09 30-Mar-11 NAV 12.0332 10.5857 10.5502 11.1462 10.205 10.4489 Freq. Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Annual Other 0.2853 0.4158 0.4158 0.856 0.2853 0.2635 I&H 0.3066 0.4467 0.4467 0.9197 0.3066 0.2827

Portfolio
Name CBLO Punjab National Bank State Bank Of Mysore Canara Bank Bank Of Baroda Corporation Bank State Bank Of Travancore State Bank Of Patiala Certificate of Deposit Total 7.83% GOI (MD 11/04/2018) Govt Bond Total Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd Sundaram Finance Ltd Tata Sons Ltd Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd Corporate Bond Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating PR1+ P1+ PR1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ SOV AAA LAA+ AAA AA+ % of NAV 0.39 16.41 9.87 7.44 7.08 3.35 3.17 2.61 49.92 4.72 4.72 14.51 11.23 9.77 9.75 45.26 -0.29 100.00

NAV (`): ` Plan A Plan A Plan A Plan B Plan B

Growth Dividend Dividend Growth Dividend

Annual Quarterly

19.4534 12.5022 11.3264 11.4587 10.7068

Face value (`/ unit): 10 ` Fund manager's comment: The fund is predominantly invested in a mix of bank CDs and corporate bonds. The fund will actively monitor the dynamic interest rate and credit spread environment to optimize performance. Government security investments will be considered on an opportunistic basis given the underlying expected trend of rising yields. The fund will move dynamically between cash, government bonds, money market and corporate bonds to optimize performance. Benchmark: Crisil Composite Bond Fund Index (CCBFI) Asset Allocation

1 2 3 4 1 5

C ertificate o f D epo sit: 4 9 .9 2% C orpo rate Bo nd: 45 .26% G o vt Bo nd : 4.7 2% C BLO : 0.39 % N et C u rrent A sset: -0.2 9%

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Fund Performance under the IDFC-DBF-Growth


8.58% 6.78% 5.99% 5.28% 5.82% 8.66% 7.66%

Rating & Rankings

4.58% 3.61%

4.63%

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

IDFC-DBF Growth CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Since Inception (25-06-2002) (CAGR)

24

IDFC Money Manager Fund Investment Plan


(IDFC MMF-IP) An Open Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.1,112.44 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Anupam Joshi Investment objective: Seek to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy by creating a
portfolio that is substantially invested in good quality floating rate debt or money market instruments, fixed rate debt or money market instruments swapped for floating returns and fixed rate debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

Portfolio
Name CBLO Bank Of India Canara Bank Oriental Bank of Commerce State Bank Of Travancore State Bank Of India State Bank of Hyderabad State Bank Of Patiala Bank Of Baroda Corporation Bank State Bank Of Patiala Indian Bank State Bank Of Mysore State Bank Of Mysore Indian Overseas Bank State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur Bank Of Baroda Canara Bank Punjab National Bank Union Bank of India Syndicate Bank Central Bank Of India Canara Bank Andhra Bank Certificate of Deposit Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ F1+ P1+ A1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ PR1+ PR1+ P1+ PR1+ PR1+ A1+ PR1+ % of NAV 0.02 17.39 11.70 8.72 7.22 6.80 6.78 6.65 5.89 5.60 3.81 3.52 2.41 1.75 1.74 1.74 1.73 1.49 1.23 0.87 0.87 0.62 0.50 0.33 99.36 0.62 100.00

Investment Style: The Scheme aims to invest in highly rated money market instruments including floating rate instruments with short term benchmarks. The Scheme seeks to generate returns predominantly through accrual income. Ideal investment horizon: 6 Months or more Entry Load: Nil Exit Load: Plan A, Plan B & Plan F: Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 0.25% of the applicable NAV if redeemed / switched out within One Month from the date of allotment. (w.e.f 1 March 2011 ) Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep Minimum investment amount: `5000 and in multiples of `1 in plan A (Regular Plan), ` 5 Crore and in multiplies of `1 in plan B (institutional Plan), `5000 and in multiples of `1 in plan F. (w.e.f July 1, 2011) Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `1000 (Plan A) Inception Date: 9 August 2004 Statistical Measures: Standard deviation 0.14% Modified duration 207.59 days Dividend frequency: Daily, weekly (with reinvest facility in both plan A & plan B), Monthly, Quarterly & Annual. Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date NAV IDFC-MMF-IP Plan A 30 Jun 11 10.0121 29 Jun 11 10.0112 28 Jun 11 10.0072 30 Jun 11 10.0233 24 Jun 11 10.0233 17 Jun 11 10.0233 29 Jun 11 10.0434 30 May 11 10.0434 28 Apr 11 10.0434 30 Jun 11 10.35 30 Mar 11 10.3184 31 Dec 10 10.2622 30 Mar 09 10.5505 IDFC-MMF-IP Plan B 30 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 28 Jun 11 30 Jun 11 24 Jun 11 17 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 30 May 11 28 Apr 11 10.1814 10.1814 10.1814 10.0727 10.0727 10.0727 10.0483 10.0483 10.0483 Freq. Daily Daily Daily Weekly Weekly Weekly Monthly Monthly Monthly Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Annual Daily Daily Daily Weekly Weekly Weekly Monthly Monthly Monthly Other 0.00249579 0.00182064 0.00432729 0.0209 0.0146 0.0186 0.0801 0.0401 0.0539 0.1517 0.1154 0.1146 0.4158 0.00325841 0.00496064 0.00549642 0.0214 0.0152 0.0191 0.0817 0.0419 0.0557 I&H 0.00291191 0.00212418 0.00504873 0.0244 0.0171 0.0217 0.0935 0.043 0.0578 0.177 0.1239 0.123 0.4467 0.00380166 0.00578768 0.00641281 0.0249 0.0177 0.0223 0.0953 0.0449 0.0596

Asset Allocation

NAV (`): ` Plan A Growth 15.2539 Plan A Dividend Annual 12.0042 Plan A Dividend Daily 10.0121 Plan A Dividend Monthly 10.0475 Plan A Dividend Quarterly 10.3500 Plan A Dividend Weekly 10.0233 Plan B Growth 15.5991 Plan B Dividend Daily 10.1814 Plan B Dividend Monthly 10.0525 Plan B Dividend Weekly 10.0727 Plan F Growth 10.4031 Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Fund Managers comment: The scheme is invested in CDs up to 9 months maturity in order to optimize portfolio yields. Benchmark: NSE MIBOR INDEX

1 2 1 3 3 2

C ertificate of D epo sit: 9 9 .3 6% N et C u rrent A sset: 0.62% C BLO : 0 .02 %

Fund Performance
Under the IDFC-MMF-IP Growth
15.63% 14.14% 13.09%

Rating & Rankings

7.68%

7.68%

7.55%

7.10% 6.85%

6.01%

5.25%

6.36%

5.67%

6.80%

6.17%

6.32% 6.00%

(Annualised) 7 days

(Annualised) 15 days

(Annualised) 30 days

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

IDFC-MMF-IP Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

NSE MIBOR Index

Since Inception (09-08-2004) (CAGR)

25

IDFC Government Securities Fund Short Term Plan


(IDFC GSF-ST) An Open Ended Dedicated Gilt Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature : Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.0.12 Crores Fund Manager : Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) Investment objective : IDFC GSF-ST is an open-ended dedicated gilt scheme with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing Government Securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style : The Scheme proposes to invest only in government securities with the aim of generating stable medium-term returns. Ideal investment horizon : 6 months or more Entry Load : Nil Exit Load : IDFC-GSF - ST Plan A & Plan B: 0.25% of NAV on investors who purchase / switch in and seek to redeem / switch out such units within 30 days from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP/Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options will not be levied an exit load. (w.e.f. August 24, 2009) Options available : Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount : ` 5000 and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan A (Regular Plan), ` 5 Crore and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan B (Institutional Plan) (w.e.f. July 1, 2011) Additional investment amount :` 1 SIP (minimum amount) :` 1000 (Plan A) Inception Date : 9 March 2002 Statistical Measures : Standard deviation 0.51% Dividend frequency : Quarterly /Monthly Last 3 Dividends (` / unit) : `
Date IDFC-GSF-ST Plan A 07-Aug-09 31-Jul-09 24-Jul-09 30-May-11 28-Apr-11 30-Mar-11 30-Jun-11 30-Mar-11 31-Dec-10 IDFC-GSF-ST Plan B 21-Aug-09 14-Aug-09 31-Jul-09 31-Mar-10 31-Dec-09 NAV 10.0084 10.0084 10.0084 10.0164 10.0164 10.0164 10.1234 10.1255 10.1173 10.0086 10.0086 10.0086 10.0637 10.0619 Freq. Weekly Weekly Weekly Monthly Monthly Monthly Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Weekly Weekly Weekly Quarterly Quarterly Other 0.0022 0.0025 0.0014 0.0119 0.0144 0.0267 0.0214 0.0654 0.0655 0.0023 0.0017 0.0025 0.0381 0.0174 I&H 0.0024 0.0027 0.0015 0.0128 0.0154 0.0286 0.0249 0.0702 0.0703 0.0025 0.0018 0.0027 0.0409 0.0187

Portfolio
Name Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating % of NAV 100.00 100.00

NAV (`) : ` Plan A Plan A Plan A Face Value (` / unit) : 10 ` Growth Dividend Dividend 14.3506 10.0103 10.1234

Monthly Quarterly

Asset Allocation

Fund managers comment : The fund is mostly into overnight assets Benchmark : ISEC Composite INDEX

1 Net Current Asset: 100% 1

Fund performance IDFC-GSF-ST Growth


9.01% 7.92%

4.87% 3.18% 2.43% 1.13% 0.26% 0.53%

4.68% 3.95% 2.66% 3.03% 3.34%

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

IDFC-GSF-ST Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in futurere

ISEC Composite Index

Since Inception (09-03-2002) (CAGR)

26

IDFC Government Securities Fund Provident Fund Plan


(IDFC GSF-PF) An Open Ended Dedicated Gilt Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature : Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.19.68 Crores Fund Manager : Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) Investment objective : Seek to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing in Government Securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style : The Scheme propose to invest only in government securities with the aim of generating stable medium-term returns. Ideal investment horizon : 1 year or more Entry Load : Nil Exit Load : IDFC- GSF- PF Plan A & Plan B : Exit load of 1.00% of NAV shall be applicable in case of investors who redeem / switch out such investments within 365 days such from the date of effecting such purchase / switch. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options within the plan will not be levied an exit load. Options available : Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount :` 5000 and in multiples of ` 1 in plan A (Regular Plan), ` 25,00,000 and in multiplies of `1 in plan B (institutional Plan). (w.e.f. July 6, 2009) Additional investment amount :` 1 SIP (minimum amount) :` 1000(Plan A) Inception Date : 29 March 2004 Statistical Measures Standard deviation 1.94% Modified Duration 2.05 years Dividend frequency : Quarterly / Yearly Last 3 Dividends (` / unit) : `
Date IDFC-GSF-PF Plan A 30-Jun-10 30-Jun-09 30-Mar-11 31-Mar-10 IDFC-GSF-PF Plan B 30-Jun-11 30-Mar-11 31-Dec-10 NAV 10.8219 10.6523 10.9304 10.8981 10.7518 10.7422 10.7547 Freq. Quarterly Quarterly Annual Annual Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Other 0.0711 0.3995 0.4916 0.5196 0.1487 0.179 0.0982 I&H 0.0762 0.4292 0.5275 0.5582 0.1735 0.192 0.1054

Portfolio

Name CBLO 7.83% GOI (MD 11/04/2018) Govt Bond Total 364 Days Tbill (MD 24/02/2012) 182 Days Tbill (MD 02/09/2011) Treasury Bills Total Net Current Asset Grand Total

Rating SOV SOV SOV

% of NAV 19.68 36.30 36.30 33.26 11.42 44.68 -0.66 100.00

NAV (`) : ` Plan A Growth 15.7642 Plan A Dividend Annual 11.1305 Plan A Dividend Quarterly 11.3651 Plan B Growth 15.9778 Plan B Dividend Quarterly 10.7518 Face Value (` / unit) : 10 ` Fund Manager's comment : The funds are positioned in the segments of the yield curve where returns are expected to be optimum. Benchmark : ISEC Composite Index

Asset Allocation

3 2 4 1 2 3 4 1 Treasury B ills: 4 4.6 8 % G o vt B on d : 3 6 .3 0% C B LO : 1 9.6 8 % N et C u rrent A sset: -0.6 6%

Rating & Rankings

Fund performance IDFC-GSF-PF Growth


9.01% 8.31% 8.40% 7.92% 6.47% 5.89% 5.02% 4.87% 3.67% 2.43% 1.76% 0.53% 3.70% 4.68%

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No. 61.

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

IDFC-GSF-PF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

ISEC Composite Index

Since Inception (29-03-2004) (CAGR)

27

IDFC Government Securities Fund Investment Plan


(IDFC GSF-IP) An Open Ended Dedicated Gilt Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature : Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.8.28 Crores Fund Manager : Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) Investment objective : IDFC GSF -IP is an open-ended dedicated gilt scheme with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing Government Securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style : The Scheme proposes to invest only in government securities with the aim of generating stable medium-term returns. Ideal investment horizon : 1 year or more Entry Load : Nil Exit Load : IDFC-GSF - IP : Plan A & Plan B : 1.00% of NAV on investors who purchase/switch in and seek to redeem/switch out such units within 365 days from the date of effecting such purchase/switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options will not be levied an exit load. (w.e.f. August 24, 2009) Options available : Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount: :` 5000 and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan A (Regular Plan), ` 5 Crore and in multiples of ` 1 in Plan B (Institutional Plan). (w.e.f. July 1, 2011) Additional investment amount :` 1 SIP (minimum amount) :` 1000 (Plan A) Inception Date : 9 March 2002 Statistical Measures : Standard deviation 1.90% Modified Duration 2.09 years Dividend frequency : Quarterly / Half yearly / Yearly. Last 3 Dividends (` / unit) : `
Date IDFC-GSF-IP Plan A 29-Sep-10 29-Sep-09 30-Mar-09 30-Jun-09 30-Mar-09 08-Dec-08 30-Mar-09 24-Mar-08 IDFC-GSF-IP Plan B 30-Mar-11 30-Jun-09 30-Mar-11 NAV 10.9084 10.7372 10.7886 10.5064 10.4055 11.1693 11.0733 10.7722 10.195 10.1637 10.7422 Freq. Half Yearly Half Yearly Half Yearly Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Annual Annual Other 0.0655 0.3769 0.6196 0.3098 0.3098 0.6522 0.8479 0.4076 0.4269 0.0815 0.179 I&H 0.0703 0.4049 0.6657 0.3329 0.3329 0.7008 0.9110 0.4380 0.458 0.0876 0.192

Portfolio

Name CBLO 7.83% GOI (MD 11/04/2018) Govt Bond Total 364 Days Tbill (MD 24/02/2012) 182 Days Tbill (MD 02/09/2011) Treasury Bills Total Net Current Asset Grand Total

Rating SOV SOV SOV

% of NAV 15.35 36.70 36.70 33.41 14.51 47.92 0.03 100.00

Quarterly

NAV (`) : ` Plan A Plan A Plan A Plan A Plan B Plan B Face Value (` / unit) : 10 `

Growth Dividend Dividend Dividend Growth Dividend

Annual Half Yearly Quarterly

18.6423 12.3281 11.4320 11.1803 10.9245 10.3891 Asset Allocation

Benchmark : ISEC Composite INDEX Fund manager's comment The funds are positioned in the segments of the yield curve where returns are expected to be optimum.
2 3 4

1 2 3 4

Treasu ry Bills: 4 7.92 % G o vt B on d : 3 6.7 0% C BLO : 1 5.35 % N et C u rren t A sset: 0.03 %

Fund performance IDFC-GSF-IP Growth


9.01% 7.79% 7.45% 7.92% 6.92%

4.95% 4.87% 3.61% 2.43% 1.75% 0.53% 3.16%

4.68%

3 month (Absolute)

6 month (Absolute)

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

IDFC-GSF-IP Growth

ISEC Composite Index

Since Inception (09-03-2002) (CAGR)

Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

28

IDFC All Seasons Bond Fund


(IDFC ASBF) An Open Ended Fund of Funds Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `. 3.96 Crores Fund Manager: Mr. Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 21 oct 2010). Investment objective: Seek to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by active management of the portfolio, by investing predominantly in debt oriented mutual fund schemes and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme aims to actively manage the interest rate environment by allocating funds to various fixed income schemes based on the interest rate outlook. Ideal investment horizon:1 year or more Entry Load: Nil Exit Load: IDFC-ASBF - Plan A: 0.75% of NAV on investors who purchase/switch in and seek to redeem/switch out such units within 365 days from the date of effecting such purchase/switch in Plan A. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options will not be levied an exit load. (w.e.f. August 24, 2009) Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount: `5,000 and in multiples of `1 in plan A (Regular Plan). Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `1000 Inception Date: 13 September 2004 Statistical Measures: Standard deviation 1.51% Dividend frequency: Quarterly, Half Yearly & Annual Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date IDFC-ASBF Plan A 30-Jun-11 30-Jun-10 30-Jun-09 29-Sep-09 31-Mar-10 30-Mar-11 30-Mar-09 NAV 11.6258 11.2512 10.9623 10.8681 10.8858 10.9492 10.9681 Freq. Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Half Yearly Half Yearly Half Yearly Annual Other 0.1203 0.0002 0.2446 0.393 0.1126 0.3767 0.4076 I&H 0.1403 0.0003 0.2628 0.4223 0.121 0.4042 0.438

Portfolio
Name IDFC-Money Manager Fund-Invest Plan-Inst Plan B-Gr IDFC - SSIF - Investment Plan - Growth Option IDFC Liquid Fund - Growth Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating % of NAV 64.94 29.21 8.44 102.59 -2.59 100.00

NAV (`): ` Plan A Growth 15.6385 Plan A Dividend Quarterly 11.6258 Plan A Dividend Half Yearly 11.1212 Plan A Dividend Annual 12.344 Face value (` / unit): 10 ` Fund Manager's comment: The fund is invested across duration products to optimize mix between accrual and positions around interest rate movements. Benchmark: Crisil Composite Bond Fund Index (CCBFI)

Asset Allocation

2 1

1 2

M utu al Fun d U n its: D ebt: 102 .59% N et C urren t A sset: -2.5 9 %

Fund Performance under the IDFC-ASBF Growth


7.46% 6.78% 5.99% 5.39% 4.75% 4.58% 3.69% 4.63% 7.48% 6.80%

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

IDFC-ASBF Growth CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Since Inception (13-09-2004) (CAGR)

29

IDFC Liquid Fund


(IDFC LF) An Open Ended Liquid Fund (w.e.f. March 03, 2010)

Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature: Open ended Income scheme Average AUM (Apr-June): `.766.75 Crores Fund manager: Mr.Anupam Joshi Investment objective: IDFC Liquid Fund will be an open-ended liquid fund with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing in high quality money market and debt instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme aims to invest in a highly quality money market instruments with high liquidity and seeks to generate accrual Income with low volatility. Ideal investment horizon: 3 Months or more Entry load: Nil Exit load: Plan A,F& D: Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 0.50% of the applicable NAV if redeemed /switched out within 31 days from the date of allotment. (w.e.f May 31, 2011) Options available: Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount: Minimum of ` 5000 in multiples of `.1 in Plan A `. 500 in multiples of `.1 in Plan D. and ` 5000 in multiples of `.1 in Plan F. Additional investment amount: `1 SIP (minimum amount): `1,000 (Plan A) Inception date: 27 March 2006 Statistical Measures: Standard deviation 0.13% Modified duration 60.48 days Dividend frequency: Daily, Weekly (with Compulsory re-investment), Monthly & periodic in Plan A Last 3 dividends (`/ unit): `
Date IDFC-LF Plan A 30 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 28 Jun 11 30 Jun 11 24 Jun 11 17 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 30 May 11 20 May 11 IDFC-LF Plan D 30 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 28 Jun 11 IDFC-LF Plan F 30 Mar 2011 NAV 1000.2313 1000.2313 1000.2313 1001.1827 1001.1827 1001.1827 1008.725 1008.725 1008.725 10.0023 10.0023 10.0023 10.0274 Freq. Daily Daily Daily Weekly Weekly Weekly Monthly Monthly Monthly Daily Daily Daily Other 0.19484658 0.19526104 0.19530857 1.1731 1.3726 1.3759 5.8764 1.7005 3.9453 0 0 0 0.4716 I&H 0.20314016 0.2035701 0.20362097 1.223 1.4311 1.4345 6.1265 1.7005 4.2272 0.00194013 0.0019455 0.00194602 0.506

Portfolio
Name CBLO Oriental Bank of Commerce UCO Bank Bank of Maharashtra Jammu & Kashmir Bank Ltd Allahabad Bank IDBI Bank Ltd Punjab National Bank HDFC Bank Ltd Indusind Bank Ltd Certificate of Deposit Total Edelweiss Capital Ltd India Infoline Investment Services Ltd Sesa Goa Ltd Commercial Paper Total L&T Finance Ltd Tata Capital Ltd Corporate Bond Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ A1+ A1+ PR1+ PR1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ AA+ AA+ % of NAV 0.65 19.41 14.80 12.62 9.05 8.10 8.10 3.24 3.24 3.24 81.80 6.46 3.22 0.65 10.34 3.29 2.95 6.24 0.99 100.00

NAV (`): ` Plan A Growth 1413.4554 Plan A Dividend Daily 1000.2313 Plan A Dividend Monthly 1008.9853 Plan A Dividend Weekly 1001.1827 Plan A Dividend Periodic 1005.7211 Plan D Growth 11.3230 Plan D Dividend Daily 10.0023 Plan F Growth 10.8155 Plan F Dividend 10.2313 Face value (` / unit): Plan A: `1000, Plan D: `10 ` Fund manager's comment: The scheme is invested in short maturity liquid instruments in line with its objectives. Benchmark: Crisil Liquid Fund Index (CLFI)

Asset Allocation
2 3 45 1 2 3 4 1 5 C B LO : 0 .65 % C ertificate o f D epo sit: 8 1.8 0% C o m m ercial Pap er: 10 .3 4% C o rpo rate Bo nd: 6.2 4% N et C urren t A sset: 0 .99%

Fund Performance under the IDFC-LF Growth


9.44% 7.95% 9.47% 7.92% 9.42% 8.06% 7.73% 7.18% 6.11% 5.22% 6.15% 6.27%

Rating & Rankings

6.80% 6.57%

6.80% 6.57%

(Annualised) 7 days

(Annualised) 15 days

(Annualised) 30 days

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No 61.

IDFC-LF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Crisil Liquid Fund Index

Since Inception (27-03-2006) (CAGR)

30

IDFC Ultra Short Term Fund


(IDFC USTF) An Open Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature : Income Fund Average AUM (Apr-June): `. 709.02 Crores Fund manager : Anupam Joshi Investment objective : To offer an investment avenue for short term savings by looking to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy. The scheme will have a portfolio that is invested in good quality debt and money market instruments such that the fund will offer a blend of liquidity with stability of returns. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style: The Scheme aims to invest predominantly in the overnight money market so as to represent the returns of that part of the money market. Ideal investment horizon : 3 Months or more Entry load : Nil Exit load : Exit Load: for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 1.00% of the applicable NAV if redeemed /switched out within 89 days from thedate of allotment. (w.e.f June 27, 2011) Options available : Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Minimum investment amount : Minimum of ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1. Additional investment amount :`1 SIP (minimum amount) :` 1,000 Inception date : 17 January 2006 Statistical Measures : Standard deviation 0.15% Modified Duration 154.06 days Dividend frequency : Daily with compulsory re-investment, Weekly with compulsory reinvestment and Monthly. Last 3 dividends (` / unit) : `
Date 30 Jun 11 29 Jun 11 28 Jun 11 30 Jun 11 24 Jun 11 17 Jun 11 24 Jun 11 30 May 11 28 Apr 11 NAV 10.0125 10.0125 10.0125 10.0061 10.0061 10.0061 10.1023 10.1023 10.1023 Freq. Daily Daily Daily Weekly Weekly Weekly Monthly Monthly Monthly Other 0.00255275 0.00133992 0.0020032 0.0117 0.0128 0.0122 0.0461 0.0699 0.0708 I&H 0.00297826 0.00156329 0.00233715 0.0137 0.0149 0.0142 0.0537 0.0749 0.0758

Portfolio
Name CBLO Punjab & Sind Bank Vijaya Bank ICICI Bank Ltd Federal Bank Ltd Allahabad Bank Central Bank Of India State Bank Of Patiala State Bank Of Mysore Oriental Bank of Commerce Bank Of India Axis Bank Ltd Certificate of Deposit Total Net Current Asset Grand Total Rating A1+ PR1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ PR1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ % of NAV 2.91 25.82 25.80 25.75 9.02 6.60 6.60 6.44 3.94 3.23 1.16 0.13 114.49 -17.41 100.00

NAV (`): ` Plan A Plan A Plan A Plan A

Growth Dividend Dividend Dividend

Daily Monthly Weekly

13.8307 10.0125 10.1179 10.0216

Face Value (` / unit): 10 ` Fund manager's comment The scheme is invested in short maturity liquid instruments in line with its objectives. Benchmark :Crisil Liquid Fund Index (CLFI)

Rating & Rankings

Asset Allocation

2 3 1 2 C ertificate o f D epo sit: 11 4 .49 % C BLO : 2 .91% N et C u rren t A sset: -17 .41 %

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For Methodology of Ranking Please refer Page No.61.

Fund performance under the IDFC-USTF-Growth


9.29% 7.95% 9.09% 7.92% 8.92% 8.06% 8.21% 7.18% 6.23% 5.22% 6.06% 6.27% 6.16% 6.57% 6.13% 6.53%

(Annualised) 7 days

(Annualised) 15 days

(Annualised) 30 days

1 year (CAGR)

2 year (CAGR)

3 year (CAGR)

5 year (CAGR)

IDFC-USTF Growth Past performance may or may not be sustained in future.

Crisil Liquid Fund Index

Since Inception (17-01-2006) (CAGR)

31

IDFC HYBRID PORTFOLIO FUND - SERIES I


(IDFC HPFS-I) A Close Ended Debt Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature : Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.36.15 Crores Fund Manager : Mr. Kenneth Andrade (w.e.f. 23 Dec 2010) Investment objective : The scheme endeavors to generate income by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realised. Investment Style : It will follow a passive investment style on both debt and equity. The debt portfolio has been constructed such that it matures around the maturity date of the portfolio. Initial equity allocation was within 10% of AUM. Entry Load : Nil Exit Load : Nil Options available : Growth, Dividend Minimum investment amount :` 5,000/- per application and in multiples of ` 10/thereafter. Inception Date : 31 March, 2010 Nav (`) : ` Dividend Growth Face Value (` / unit) : 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash ) : 9.55% /85.67% / 4.78% Benchmark : Crisil MIP Blended Index 10.2656 10.6207

Portfolio

Name Reliance Industries Ltd. Infosys Technologies Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. I T C Ltd. Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. HDFC Bank Ltd. State Bank of India Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Bharti Airtel Ltd. Tata Steel Ltd. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Tata Motors Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Top 15 Equity Total Other Equities Total Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total Zero Coupon Bonds Total Corporate Bond Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total

Market Value in Lac(`) ` 34.12 31.99 27.83 23.93 21.08 20.41 19.80 13.61 13.61 10.44 9.04 8.19 7.85 7.51 7.39 256.79 119.79 293.00 566.25 1978.36 540.07 188.45 3942.70

% of NAV 0.87 0.81 0.71 0.61 0.53 0.52 0.50 0.35 0.35 0.26 0.23 0.21 0.20 0.19 0.19 6.51 3.04 7.43 14.36 50.18 13.70 4.78 100.00

32

IDFC CAPITAL PROTECTION ORIENTED FUND - SERIES I


(IDFC CPOF-S-I) A Three Year Close Ended Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature : Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.143.58 Crores Fund Manager : Mr. Kenneth Andrade (w.e.f. 23 Dec 2010) Investment objective : The scheme endeavours to protect the capital by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style : It will follow a passive investment style on both debt and equity. The debt portfolio has been constructed such that it matures around the maturity date of the portfolio and is of the highest credit quality (AAA rated). Initial equity allocation was within 15% of AUM. Entry Load : Nil Exit Load : Nil Options available : Growth, Dividend Minimum investment amount :` 5000/- per application and in multiples of ` 10/thereafter. Inception Date : 31 March, 2010 Nav (`): ` Dividend Growth Face Value (` / unit) : 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash ): 14.02% / 83.20% /2.78% Benchmark :Crisil MIP Blended Index 10.4936 10.4936

Portfolio
Name Reliance Industries Ltd. Infosys Technologies Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. I T C Ltd. Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. HDFC Bank Ltd. State Bank of India Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Bharti Airtel Ltd. Tata Steel Ltd. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Tata Motors Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Top 15 Equity Total Other Equities Total Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total Corporate Bond Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 188.52 177.01 153.82 132.17 116.54 112.70 109.35 75.27 75.21 57.69 49.96 45.19 43.41 41.54 40.98 1419.35 661.95 306.90 11933.98 110.01 413.37 14845.56 % of NAV 1.27 1.19 1.04 0.89 0.78 0.76 0.74 0.51 0.51 0.39 0.34 0.30 0.29 0.28 0.28 9.56 4.46 2.07 80.39 0.74 2.78 100.00

33

IDFC CAPITAL PROTECTION ORIENTED FUND - SERIES II


(IDFC CPOF-S-II) A Three Year Close Ended Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature : Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.38.69 Crores Fund Manager : Mr. Kenneth Andrade (w.e.f. 23 Dec 2010) Investment objective :The scheme endeavours to protect the capital by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style :It will follow a passive investment style on both debt and equity. The debt portfolio has been constructed such that it matures around the maturity date of the portfolio and is of the highest credit quality (AAA rated). Initial equity allocation was within 15% of AUM. Entry Load : Nil Exit Load : Nil Options available : Growth, Dividend Minimum investment amount :Rs. 5000/- per application and in multiples of ` 10/thereafter. Inception Date : 09 July, 2010 Nav (Rs.): Dividend Growth Face Value (` / unit) : 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash ) : 13.68% /85.13% /1.19% Benchmark :Crisil MIP Blended Index 10.3303 10.3303

Portfolio
Name Reliance Industries Ltd. Infosys Technologies Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. I T C Ltd. Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. HDFC Bank Ltd. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. State Bank of India Bharti Airtel Ltd. Tata Steel Ltd. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Tata Motors Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Top 15 Equity Total Other Equities Total Corporate Bond Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 48.40 45.37 39.43 33.89 29.91 28.93 28.02 19.31 19.31 14.80 12.82 11.61 11.14 10.65 10.51 364.10 169.82 3082.12 240.03 46.52 3902.59 % of NAV 1.24 1.16 1.01 0.87 0.77 0.74 0.72 0.49 0.49 0.38 0.33 0.30 0.29 0.27 0.27 9.33 4.35 78.98 6.15 1.19 100.00

34

IDFC CAPITAL PROTECTION ORIENTED FUND -SERIES III


(IDFC CPOF-S-III) A Three Year Close Ended Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature : Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.16.35 Crores Fund Manager : Mr. Kenneth Andrade (w.e.f. 23 Dec 2010) Investment objective :The scheme endeavours to protect the capital by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Investment Style :It will follow a passive investment style on both debt and equity. The debt portfolio has been constructed such that it matures around the maturity date of the portfolio and is of the highest credit quality (AAA rated). Initial equity allocation was within 15% of AUM. Entry Load : Nil Exit Load : Nil Options available : Growth, Dividend Minimum investment amount :Rs. 5000/- per application and in multiples of ` 10/thereafter. Inception Date :20 August, 2010 Nav (Rs.) : Dividend Growth Face Value (` / unit) : 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash ) : 13.51% /84.45% / 2.05% Benchmark :Crisil MIP Blended Index (A)10.2435 (A)10.2435

Portfolio
Name Reliance Industries Ltd. Infosys Technologies Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. I T C Ltd. Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. HDFC Bank Ltd. State Bank of India Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Bharti Airtel Ltd. Tata Steel Ltd. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Tata Motors Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Top 15 Equity Total Other Equities Total Corporate Bond Total CBLO Net Current Asset Grand Total Market Value in Lac(`) ` 20.18 18.92 16.45 14.13 12.46 12.06 11.70 8.06 8.04 6.18 5.35 4.85 4.64 4.44 4.38 151.83 70.75 1331.64 60.01 33.70 1647.93 % of NAV 1.22 1.15 1.00 0.86 0.76 0.73 0.71 0.49 0.49 0.38 0.32 0.29 0.28 0.27 0.27 9.21 4.29 80.81 3.64 2.05 100.00

35

IDFC SAVING SCHEME - SERIES I


(IDFC SSS-I) A Close Ended Debt Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

Fund features
Nature : Debt Average AUM (Apr-June): `.30.49 Crores Fund Manager : Mr. Kenneth Andrade (w.e.f. 23 Dec 2010) Investment objective : The scheme endeavors to generate income by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. Entry Load : Nil Exit Load : Nil Options available : Growth, Dividend Minimum investment amount : ` 5,000/- per application and in multiples of ` 10/thereafter. Inception Date : 08 Nov, 2010 Nav (`): ` Growth Dividend Face Value (` / unit) : 10 ` Asset allocation (equity / debt / cash ) : 11.92% /84.46% / 3.62% Benchmark : Crisil MIP Blended Index 9.8851 9.8851

Portfolio

Name Reliance Industries Ltd. Infosys Technologies Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. I T C Ltd. Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. HDFC Bank Ltd. State Bank of India Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Bharti Airtel Ltd. Tata Steel Ltd. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Tata Motors Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Top 15 Equities Total Other Equity Total Mutual Fund Units: Debt Total Mutual Fund Units: Equity Total Zero Coupon Bonds Total Corporate Bond Total Net Current Asset Grand Total

Market Value in Lac(`) ` 40.07 37.60 32.71 28.12 24.77 23.97 23.29 15.99 15.95 12.27 10.64 9.61 9.23 8.82 8.68 301.72 140.74 261.21 378.27 521.36 1973.52 134.20 3711.03

% of NAV 1.08 1.01 0.88 0.76 0.67 0.65 0.63 0.43 0.43 0.33 0.29 0.26 0.25 0.24 0.23 8.13 3.79 7.04 10.19 14.05 53.18 3.62 100.00

36

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 21-Feb-11)

IDFC-FMP SIXTEEN MONTHS SERIES 3


Portfolio
Sr No. A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII) Name of Instrument Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Date of Maturity 21 Jun 2012 Portfolio Contd


% to Net Asset of the Scheme
-

Sr No. D E F G

4,492.00 4,492.00
-

41.51 41.51
-

Name of Instrument Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets (A+B+C+D+E+F+G)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 6,256.07


-

% to Net Asset of the Scheme 57.82


-

72.34 10,820.41

0.67 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan Dividend Plan Growth *Face value per unit = Rs 10/-

2,271.46 3,984.60 -

20.99 36.82 -

(Rs./Unit*) 10.2446 10.3195

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer
(I) (II) (III)

Name of the Issuer


Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme

Total

Banks/FI (including NBFC)

(IV)

Sundaram Finance Ltd Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Fina Ltd Housing Development Finance Corporation Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd Total
Others Total

1,499.88 1,496.41 1,000.79 494.93 4,492.00


-

P1+ AA+ AAA AA+

13.86 13.83 9.25 4.57 41.51


-

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator
Total

Trust Details

Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security

Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) -

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) CPs

Market Value (in Rs.lakh) 2,271.46 2,271.46 2,738.64 1,005.58 240.39 3,984.60
-

Rating A1+

% to Net Assets of the Scheme 20.99 20.99 25.31 9.29 2.22 36.82
-

Kotak Mahindra Prime Ltd Total


(VIII) CDs

ICICI Bank Ltd HDFC Bank Ltd State Bank Of Travancore Total
(ix) (x) . (xi) (xii) TBills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

A1+ PR1+ P1+

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme

E) Fixed Deposits
Bank Name Total Amount (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme -

37

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 11 Mar 2011)

IDFC-FMP Seventeen Months Series 3


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 02 Aug 2012 Portfolio Contd

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


1,969.00 1,969.00 2,080.91 -

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


47.31 47.31 50.00 -

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets (A+B+C+D+E+F+G)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


2,080.91 111.86 4,161.77

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


50.00 2.69 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan Growth Plan Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.2933 10.2713

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer
(I) (II) (III)

Name of the Issuer


Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Fina Ltd Bajaj Finance Ltd Sundaram Finance Ltd Infrastructure Development Finance Company Ltd Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


499.44 492.05 489.54 487.98 1,969.00 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

AA+ AA+ LAA+ AAA

12.00 11.82 11.76 11.73 47.31 -

(IV)

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Originator Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) Trust Details Type of Pool Credit enhancement (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) Rating Rating

Total

Pool

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer (VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs
ICICI Bank Ltd HDFC Bank Ltd IDBI Bank Ltd Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh) 911.78 722.19 446.94 2,080.91

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme -

A1+ PR1+ P1+

21.91 17.35 10.74 50.00

(IX) (X)

T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos


CBLO/Repo Transaction Total

(XI) (XII)

Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme

E) Fixed Deposits
Bank Name Total Amount (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme -

38

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 04 Nov 2010)

IDFC-FMP Eighteen Months Series - 7


Portfolio
Sr No. A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII) Name of Instrument Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 889.83 8,802.11 9,691.94 % to Net Asset of the Scheme 8.29 81.97 90.26

Date of Maturity 03 May 2012 Portfolio Contd


Sr No. D E F G Name of Instrument Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 547.76 498.49 10,738.19 % to Net Asset of the Scheme 5.10 4.64 100.00

Net Assets

(A+B+C+D+E+F+G)

527.75 20.00 -

4.91 0.19 -

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.4602 10.2583

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures Category of Issuer
(I) (II) (III)

Name of the Issuer


Private Corporate Bodies Tata Sons Ltd. Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Kotak Mahindra Prime Ltd SREI Equipment Finance Pvt Ltd SREI Infrastructure Finance Ltd Bajaj Finance Ltd Tata Capital Ltd Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


889.83 889.83 1,484.49 1,482.65 1,482.65 1,481.26 1,479.02 1,392.03 8,802.11 -

Rating
AAA

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


8.29 8.29 -

LAA AA AA LAA+ AA+ AA

13.82 13.81 13.81 13.79 13.77 12.96 81.97 -

(IV)

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Originator Total Pool Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII) CPs

Market Value (in 527.75 527.75

Rating

% to Net Assets of -

Total
CDs

Canara Bank Total


T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos

P1+

4.91 4.91

CBLO/Repo Transaction
Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

20.00 20.00

0.19 0.19

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E)
% to Net Assets of the Scheme Total Bank Name

Fixed Deposits
Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

39

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 18 Aug 2010)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 32


Portfolio
Sr No. Name of Instrument Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) % to Net Asset of the Scheme -

Date of Maturity 19 Aug 2011 Portfolio Contd


Sr No. Name of Instrument Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) % to Net Asset of the Scheme

A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

D E F G

Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets (A+B+C+D+E+F+G)

35,434.64
-

99.99
-

3.66
-

0.01
-

35,438.29

100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.6270 10.1571

17,349.16 18,065.47
20.00 -

48.96 50.98
0.06 -

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures Category of Issuer
(I) (II) (III)

Name of the Issuer


Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) L&T FINANCE LTD Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


-

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

(IV)

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Originator Total Pool Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) -

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) CPs

Market Value (in


8,387.34 4,923.49 3,938.92 99.42 17,349.16 9,871.64 5,723.98 2,469.86 18,065.47
-

Rating
F1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ A1+ A1+

% to Net Assets of
23.67 13.89 11.11 0.28 48.96 27.86 16.15 6.97 50.98
-

(VIII)

Morgan Stanley (I) Capital Pvt Ltd Edelweiss Capital Ltd India Infoline Investment Services Ltd Sesa Goa Ltd Total
CDs

(IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Yes Bank Ltd ICICI Bank Ltd IDBI Bank Ltd Total

T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

20.00 20.00
-

0.06 0.06
-

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme -

E) Fixed Deposits
Bank Name Amount (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme -

Total

40

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 14 Sep 2010)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 33


Portfolio
Sr No. A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII) Name of Instrument Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 18,258.83 10.00 99.96 0.05 % to Net Asset of the Scheme -

Date of Maturity 20 Sep 2011 Portfolio Contd


Sr No. D E F G Name of Instrument Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets (A+B+C+D+E+F+G) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 18,268.83 (1.78) 18,267.04 100.00 (0.01) % to Net Asset of the Scheme 100.01

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.5792 10.1546

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures Category of Issuer
(I) (II) (III) (IV)

Name of the Issuer


Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Private Corporate Bodies

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Originator Total Pool Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs

Market Value (in


-

Rating

% to Net Assets of
-

Total
CDs

(IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Bank Of India Yes Bank Ltd Andhra Bank Punjab & Sind Bank HDFC Bank Ltd Axis Bank Ltd Total

T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

4,912.77 4,907.29 3,024.30 2,455.01 2,450.53 508.92 18,258.83


-

P1+ A1+ PR1+ A1+ PR1+ P1+

26.89 26.86 16.56 13.44 13.42 2.79 99.96


-

10.00 10.00
-

0.05 0.05
-

D)

Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme -

E)

Fixed Deposits
Bank Name Amount (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme -

Total

41

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 05 Oct 2010)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 34


Portfolio
Sr No. A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII) Name of Instrument Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) % to Net Asset of the Scheme -

Date of Maturity 05 Oct 2011 Portfolio Contd


Sr No. D E F G Name of Instrument Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets (A+B+C+D+E+F+G) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 15,181.58 (1.21) 15,180.38 100.00 (0.01) % to Net Asset of the Scheme 100.01 -

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.5566 10.1674

15,181.58 -

100.01 -

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures Category of Issuer
(I) (II) (III) (IV)

Name of the Issuer


Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Private Corporate Bodies

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Originator Total Pool Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments Name of the Issuer


(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs Canara Bank HDFC Bank Ltd Indusind Bank Ltd Oriental Bank of Commerce Total T Bills Total CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in 4,496.72 4,393.20 3,909.34 2,382.33 15,181.58 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of -

P1+ PR1+ P1+ P1+

29.62 28.94 25.75 15.69 100.01 -

(IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

Total

42

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 14 Jan 2011)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 35


Portfolio
Sr No. A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII) Name of Instrument Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 51,290.47 20.00 99.96 0.04 % to Net Asset of the Scheme -

Date of Maturity 15 Jan 2012


Sr No. D E F G Name of Instrument Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 51,310.47 0.94 51,311.41 100.00 % to Net Asset of the Scheme 100.00 0.00 -

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.4262 10.1403

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer (VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur Axis Bank Ltd ICICI Bank Ltd Indusind Bank Ltd State Bank of Hyderabad Bank Of India Indian Bank Corporation Bank Canara Bank Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) 9,521.82 9,521.79 9,514.68 7,606.45 4,770.27 4,766.75 4,759.70 469.07 359.93 51,290.47 20.00 20.00 P1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ F1+ P1+ P1+ Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme 18.56 18.56 18.54 14.82 9.30 9.29 9.28 0.91 0.70 99.96 0.04 0.04 -

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

43

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 02 Feb 2011)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 36


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 04 Feb 2012


Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
14,584.50 99.96 -

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


-

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


14,584.50 5.49 14,589.99

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


99.96 0.04 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.4045 10.1414

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Originator Total Pool Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer (VII) (VIII) CPs Total
Punjab National Bank Union Bank of India Indian Bank ICICI Bank Ltd Axis Bank Ltd Axis Bank Ltd Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh) 4,058.80 3,411.01 2,373.42 2,368.95 2,367.44 4.89 14,584.50

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme -

PR1+ P1+ F1+ A1+ A1+ P1+

27.82 23.38 16.27 16.24 16.23 0.03 99.96

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

44

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 15 Feb 2011)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 37


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 16 Feb 2012


Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


-

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 66,490.88


-

% to Net Asset of the Scheme 100.00


-

0.83
-

0.00
-

66,491.70

100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.3866 10.1459

66,490.88
-

100.00
-

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs ICICI Bank Ltd Axis Bank Ltd Karur Vysya Bank Ltd Indian Overseas Bank Bank Of Baroda Punjab National Bank Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd Canara Bank Oriental Bank of Commerce Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


18,880.95 18,875.41 9,439.98 4,727.08 4,725.92 4,722.46 4,720.47 388.73 9.89 66,490.88 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

A1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+ P1+

28.40 28.39 14.20 7.11 7.11 7.10 7.10 0.58 0.01 100.00 -

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

45

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 23 Feb 2011)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 38


Portfolio
Sr No. A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII) Name of Instrument Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 25,200.07 99.98 % to Net Asset of the Scheme -

Date of Maturity 25 Feb 2012


Sr No. D E F G Name of Instrument Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 25,200.07 6.00 25,206.06 % to Net Asset of the Scheme 99.98 0.02 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.3743 10.1461

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer (VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs Canara Bank Axis Bank Ltd Oriental Bank of Commerce Andhra Bank Corporation Bank Union Bank of India Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) 7,163.67 7,067.62 4,717.03 3,799.79 2,357.19 94.75 25,200.07 P1+ P1+ P1+ PR1+ P1+ P1+ Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme 28.42 28.04 18.71 15.07 9.35 0.38 99.98 -

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

46

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 07 Mar 2011)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 39


Portfolio
Sr No. A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII) Name of Instrument Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 17,805.97 % to Net Asset of the Scheme 100.05 -

Date of Maturity 07 Mar 2012


Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 17,805.97


-

% to Net Asset of the Scheme 100.05


-

(9.35)
-

(0.05)
-

17,796.63

100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.3474 10.1528

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer (VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs Federal Bank Ltd Indusind Bank Ltd State Bank of Hyderabad Central Bank Of India United Bank Of India Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) 4,701.87 4,689.60 3,712.74 2,350.88 2,350.88 17,805.97 P1+ A1+ A1+ PR1+ A1+ Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme 26.42 26.35 20.86 13.21 13.21 100.05 -

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

47

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 11 Mar 2011)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 40


Portfolio
Sr No. A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII) Name of Instrument Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) % to Net Asset of the Scheme -

Date of Maturity 11 Mar 2012 Portfolio Contd


Sr No. D E F G Name of Instrument Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets (A+B+C+D+E+F+G) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) 37,372.80 (1.82) 37,370.97 % to Net Asset of the Scheme 100.00 (0.00) 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan Growth Plan Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.3250 10.1491

37,372.80 -

100.00 -

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer
(I) (II) (III) (IV)

Name of the Issuer


Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Originator Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) Rating

Total

Pool

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs IDBI Bank Ltd United Bank Of India Axis Bank Ltd Central Bank Of India Federal Bank Ltd State Bank Of Travancore Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


9,388.66 8,442.61 6,933.87 6,097.44 6,092.59 417.62 37,372.80 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

P1+ P1+ P1+ PR1+ P1+ P1+

25.12 22.59 18.55 16.32 16.30 1.12 100.00 -

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme

E) Fixed Deposits
Bank Name Total Amount (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme

48

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 18 Mar 2011)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 41


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 18 Mar 2012 Portfolio Contd

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


-

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets (A+B+C+D+E+F+G)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


25,101.81 (0.49) 25,101.32

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


100.00 (0.00) 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan Growth Plan Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.3086 10.1504

25,101.81 -

100.00 -

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer
(I) (II) (III) (IV)

Name of the Issuer


Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Originator Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) Rating

Total

Pool

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs Punjab & Sind Bank United Bank Of India Karur Vysya Bank Ltd ICICI Bank Ltd IDBI Bank Ltd Syndicate Bank Axis Bank Ltd State Bank Of Travancore Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


7,028.68 7,028.68 4,684.70 3,278.20 2,342.89 702.87 24.47 11.31 25,101.81 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

A1+ P1+ A1+ A1+ P1+ PR1+ P1+ P1+

28.00 28.00 18.66 13.06 9.33 2.80 0.10 0.05 100.00 -

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme

E) Fixed Deposits
Bank Name Total Amount (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme

49

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Fund
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 25 Mar 2011)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 42


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 25 Mar 2012 Portfolio Contd

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


-

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets (A+B+C+D+E+F+G)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


71,811.28 5.68 71,816.97

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


99.99 0.01 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan Growth Plan Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.3024 10.1627

71,811.28 -

99.99 -

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer
(I) (II) (III) (IV)

Name of the Issuer


Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Originator Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh) Rating

Total

Pool

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs IDBI Bank Ltd Syndicate Bank Central Bank Of India IDBI Bank Ltd Canara Bank Dena Bank Bank Of Baroda Punjab & Sind Bank Bank Of India Indusind Bank Ltd State Bank of Hyderabad Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


9,355.69 9,355.69 9,348.89 9,348.89 8,682.08 7,019.03 4,677.84 4,677.84 4,674.45 4,668.05 2.82 71,811.28 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

A1+ P1+ PR1+ P1+ A1+ P1+ A1+ A1+ A1+ P1+ A1+

13.03 13.03 13.02 13.02 12.09 9.77 6.51 6.51 6.51 6.50 0.00 99.99 -

(IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme

E) Fixed Deposits
Bank Name Total Amount (in Rs. Lakhs) % to Net Assets of the Scheme

50

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 23 June 2011)

IDFC-FMP Yearly Series - 43


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 24 Jun 2012


Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


-

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


10,787.60 4.03 10,791.63

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


99.96 0.04 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.0165 10.0165

CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

10,777.60 10.00

99.87 0.09

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs Andhra Bank HDFC Bank Ltd ICICI Bank Ltd IDBI Bank Ltd Oriental Bank of Commerce State Bank of Hyderabad Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


185.96 91.42 3,191.23 3,201.56 1,825.19 2,282.24 10,777.60 10.00 10.00 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

PR1+ PR1+ A1+ P1+ P1+ A1+

1.72 0.85 29.57 29.67 16.91 21.15 99.87 0.09 0.09 -

(IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

51

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 22 Mar 2011)

IDFC-FMP Half Yearly Series - 13


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 20 Sep 2011


% to Net Asset of the Scheme
627.19 99.82 -

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


627.19 1.16 628.35

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


99.82 0.18 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.3382 10.1514

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer (VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs
Andhra Bank Axis Bank Ltd UCO Bank Punjab & Sind Bank Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh) 166.39 166.38 157.37 137.05 627.19

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme -

PR1+ P1+ P1+ A1+

26.48 26.48 25.05 21.81 99.82

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

52

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 25 Mar 2011)

IDFC FMP - 100 Series - 3


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 04 July 2011


Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
13,988.66 -

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


54.36 -

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


13,988.66 2.47 11,742.89 25,734.02

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


54.36 0.01 45.63 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.2735 10.1327

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs ING Vysya Bank Ltd Indusind Bank Ltd Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


7,493.88 6,494.78 13,988.66 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

P1+ P1+

29.12 25.24 54.36 -

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

Others (Pls specify)


Details of Securities
IDFC CF-Plan CGrowth Total

Asset Type
Mutual Fund Units

Market Value (in Rs. lakh)


11742.89 11742.89

% to Net Assets of the scheme


45.63 45.63

53

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 09 May 2011)

IDFC FMP 200 Days Series - I


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 24 Nov 2011


Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
45,284.03 -

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


100.00 -

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


45,284.03 (1.13) 45,282.91

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


100.00 (0.00) 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.1525 10.1359

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd State Bank of Hyderabad State Bank Of Travancore Vijaya Bank Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


13,044.36 12,040.28 12,016.50 8,182.90 45,284.03 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

P1+ A1+ P1+ PR1+

28.81 26.59 26.54 18.07 100.00 -

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

54

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 25 May 2011)

IDFC-FMP 200 Days Series - II


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 11 Dec 2011


% to Net Asset of the Scheme
35,012.49 40.00 99.88 0.11 -

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)

Sr No.
D E F G

Name of Instrument
Sub Total(C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


35,052.49 1.09 35,053.58

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


100.00 0.00 100.00

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.1191 10.1191

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) (II) (III) (IV) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Total PSUs Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs Corporation Bank Punjab National Bank State Bank Of Travancore Punjab & Sind Bank Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


9,605.11 9,605.11 8,598.43 7,203.83 35,012.49 40.00 40.00 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

P1+ P1+ P1+ A1+

27.40 27.40 24.53 20.55 99.88 0.11 0.11 -

(IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

55

IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan


(IDFC FMP) An Close Ended Income Scheme
Data as of 30 June 2011

(Allotment Date 25 Jan 2011)

IDFC-FMP Thirty Six Months Series 2


Portfolio
Sr No.
A (I) (II) (III) (IV) B (V) (VI) C (VII) (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) (XII)

Date of Maturity 24 Jan 2014


% to Net Asset of the Scheme
23.66 71.15 94.81 1.31 0.23 -

Name of Instrument
Bonds & Debentures of : Private Corporate Bodies PSUs Banks/FI (including NBFC) Others Sub Total (A=I+II+III+IV) Securitised Debt Instruments Single Loan Pool Sub Total (B=V+VI) Money Market Instruments CPs CDs T Bills CBLOs/Repos Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Others

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


1,029.07 3,094.42 4,123.49 56.85 10.00 -

Sr Portfolio Contd No.


D E F G

Name of Instrument

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


66.85 158.69 4,349.02

% to Net Asset of the Scheme


1.54 3.65 100.00

Sub Total (C=VII+VIII+IX+X+XI+XII) Government Securities Fixed Deposits Cash and Net Current Assets Others (Pls specify) Net Assets

NAV th (As on 30 June 2011)


PLAN Plan A Growth Plan A Dividend *Face value per unit = Rs 10/(Rs./Unit*) 10.3517 10.2361

Annexure
A) Bonds & Debentures
Category of Issuer (I) Name of the Issuer Private Corporate Bodies Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd Total PSUs Power Finance Corporation Ltd Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd Total Banks/FI (including NBFC) Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd Infrastructure Development Finance Company Ltd Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd L&T Finance Ltd Sundaram Finance Ltd Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Fina Ltd Total Others Total Market Value (in Rs.lakh) 517.10 511.97 1,029.07 643.31 500.57 491.75 487.61 486.71 484.48 3,094.42 Rating % to Net Assets of the Scheme 11.89 11.77 23.66 14.79 11.51 11.31 11.21 11.19 11.14 71.15 -

(II)

AAA AAA

(III)

AA+ LAAA AAA AA+ LAA+ AA+

(IV)

B) (V)

Securitised Debt Instruments


Single Loan Obligor Pool Originator Total Trust Details Name of Guarantor / Details of Underlying Security Level of Guarantee (as % of Loan) Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)
-

Rating

(VI)

Originator

Seller Total

Trust Details

Type of Pool

Credit enhancement (as % of Loan)

Market Value (in Rs. Lakh)


-

Rating

C) Money Market Instruments


Name of the Issuer
(VII) (VIII) CPs Total CDs Union Bank of India Total T Bills Total CBLOs/Repos CBLO/Repo Transaction Total Bills Rediscounting/BRDS Total Others Total

Market Value (in Rs.lakh)


56.85 56.85 10.00 10.00 -

Rating

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

P1+

1.31 1.31 0.23 0.23 -

(IX) (X)

(XI) (XII)

D) Government Securities
Details of Securities Total Market Value (in Rs. Lakhs)
-

E) Fixed Deposits
% to Net Assets of the Scheme
-

Bank Name
Total

Amount (in Rs. Lakhs)


-

% to Net Assets of the Scheme


-

56

Equity Snap Shot


IDFC Arbitrage Plus Fund (IDFC - APF) Nature of the Scheme Open-ended Equity Fund IDFC Classic Equity Fund (IDFC - CEF) IDFC Premier Equity Fund (IDFC - PEF) Open-ended Equity Fund IDFC Small & Midcap Equity Fund (IDFC - SMEF) Open-ended Equity Fund IDFC Imperial Equity Fund (IDFC - IEF) IDFC Strategic Sector 50-50 Equity Fund (IDFC - SSEF) IDFC Equity Fund (IDFC - EF) Open-ended Equity Fund June 9, 2006 The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate capital growth from a portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments (including Equity Derivatives). The scheme may also invest in debt & money market instruments to generate reasonable income. However there is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized. IDFC India GDP Growth Fund (IDFC - IGGF) Open-ended Equity Fund

Open-ended Equity Fund

Open-ended Equity Fund Open-ended Equity Fund

+Inception Date Investment Objective

June 9, 2008 The investment objective of the Scheme is to generate income (absolute to low volatility returns) by taking advantage of opportunities in the cash and the derivative segments of the equity markets including the arbitrage opportunities available within the derivative segment, by using other derivative based strategies and by investing the balance in debtand money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

August 9, 2005 The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate long term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. However, there is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized.

September 28, 2005 The Scheme shall seek to generate long-term capital growth from an actively managed portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. However there is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized.

March 7, 2008 The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of equity and equity related instruments. The Scheme will predominantly invest in small and midcap equity and equity related instruments. Small and Midcap equity and equity related instruments will be the stocks included in the CNX Midcap index or equity and equity related instruments of such companies which have a market capitalization lower than the highest components of CNX Midcap Index. The Scheme may also invest in stock other than mid cap stocks (i.e. in stocks, which have a market capitalisation of above the market capitalisation range of the defined small midcap stocks) and derivatives. On defensive consideration, the Scheme may also invest in debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

March 16, 2006 The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate capital appreciation and/or provide income distribution from a portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized.

October 3, 2008 The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate long-term capital appreciation by investing in Equity & Equity related instruments. The investment objective of the fund shall be achieved by investing up to fifty percent of the asset of the scheme in a chosen sector (Sector Specific Exposure) while the balance amount may be invested in companies across market capitalizations and across sectors (Diversified Exposure). The scheme may also invest in debt & money market instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized and the scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns.

March 11, 2009 The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate long-term capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments. The scheme aims to capture the growth in Indias Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The scheme would endeavour to represent the growth in GDP by capturing the growth in the constituents of the GDP. The scheme may also invest in debt & money market instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized and the scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns.

Fund Manager

Kenneth Andrade & Suyash Choudhary 1 Year or more

Tridib Pathak

Kenneth Andrade

Kenneth Andrade

Tridib Pathak

Kenneth Andrade

Kenneth Andrade

Neelotpal Sahai

Ideal Investment Horizon Minimum Investment Amount Plan A

3 Years or more

3 Years or more

3 Year or more

3 Year or more

3 Year or more

3 Year or more

3 Year or more

` 5,000/- and in multiples of ` ` 5,000/- and in multiples of ` ` 25,000/- and in multiples ` 5,000/- and in multiples of ` 1/1/- thereafter. 1/- thereafter. thereafter of ` 1/- thereafter.

` 5,000/- and in multiples ` 5,000/- and in multiples of ` ` 5,000/- and in 1/- thereafter. of ` 1/- thereafter. multiples of ` 1/thereafter. ` 5,000/- and in multiples ` 5,000/- and in multiples of ` ` 5,000/- and in 1/- thereafter. of ` 1/- thereafter. multiples of ` 1/thereafter.

` 5,000/- and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter.

Plan B

` 25 Lacs and in multiples of ` ` 5,000/- and in multiples of ` ` 25,000/- and in multiples 1/- thereafter. 1/- thereafter. of ` 1/- thereafter.

Additional Investment Amount Entry Load Exit Load

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

Nil Plan A & Plan B: 0.50% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 24 Aug 2009)

Nil Plan A & Plan B: 1.00% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 1 Sept 2009)

Nil Plan A & Plan B: 1.00% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 1 Sept 2009)

Nil Plan A & Plan B: 1.00% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 11 Sept 2009)

Nil Plan A & Plan B: 1.00% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 1 Sept 2009)

Nil Plan A & Plan B: 1.00% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 1 Sept 2009)

Nil Plan A & Plan B: 1.00% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 1 Sept 2009)

Nil 1% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f.) 01 Sept 2009)

Options Available

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009)

Grow Growth & Dividend Reinvestment facility is available under the Dividend Option

Growth & Dividend Reinvestment facility is available under the Dividend Option.

Growth & Dividend

Growth & Dividend Growth,& Dividend Growth & Dividend Reinvestment facility is .Reinvestment facility is available under the available under the Dividend Dividend Option. Option.

Growth & Dividend Reinvestment facility is also available under the dividend option.

Dividend Frequency Dividend Re-investment SIP (MinimumAmount)

When available At Ex-Dividend NAV NA At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Plan B: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days BSE 200 At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 2,000/Plan B: ` 2,000/Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days BSE 500 At Ex-Dividend NAV ` 1,000/At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Plan B: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days S&P CNX Nifty At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Plan B: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days S&P CNX Nifty At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Plan B: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days S&P CNX Nifty At Ex-Dividend NAV ` 2,000/-

SIP Frequency

NA

Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days CNX Midcap

Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days BSE 500

SIP DatesWeekly Fortnightly Monthly Lock in Period Face Value (`/Unit) ` NAV Frequency Benchmark

NA

Nil ` 10/All Business Days Crisil Liquid Fund Index

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Equity Snap Shot


IDFC Nifty Fund (IDFC-NF) IDFC Tax Advantage (ELSS) Fund (IDFC-TA(ELSS) IDFC Arbitrage Fund (IDFC-AF) IDFC Tax Saver (ELSS) Fund (IDFC-TS(ELSS) IDFC Asset Allocation Fund Aggressive Plan (IDFC-AAF-AP) Open - Ended Fund of Funds Scheme IDFC Asset Allocation Fund Conservative Plan (IDFC-AAF-CP) Open - Ended Fund of Funds Scheme IDFC Asset Allocation Fund Moderate Plan (IDFC-AAF-MP) Open - Ended Fund of Funds Scheme IDFC Monthly Income Plan (IDFC-MIP) IDFC Hybrid Portfolio Fund Series I (IDFC-HPF-S-I) A Close - Ended Debt Scheme IDFC Capital Protection Oriented Fund - Series 1 (IDFC-CPOF-S-I) A Close - Ended Scheme

Nature of the Scheme

Open-Ended Index Linked Equity Scheme

Open ended Equity Open-ended Equity Linked Saving Scheme Fund with lock in period of 3 years December 26, 2008 The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate long term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related securities. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realised December 21, 2006 The investment objective of the Scheme is to generate capital appreciation and income by predominantly investing in arbitrage opportunity in the cash and the derivative segments of the equity markets and the arbitrage opportunity available within the derivative segments and by investing the balance in debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.. Kenneth Andrade & Suyash Choudhary

10 year closed ended Equity Linked Saving Scheme

Open - Ended Fund of Funds Scheme

Inception Date Investment Objective

April 30, 2010 The investment objective of the scheme is to replicate the S&P CNX Nifty Index by investing in securities of the S&P CNX Nifty Index in the same proportion/wightage. However, there is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized and the scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns .

March 15, 2007 The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate long term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realised.

February 11, 2010 The primary objective of Scheme is to generate capital appreciation through investment in different Mutual Funds schemes primarily local funds based on a defined asset allocation model. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

February 11, 2010 The primary objective of Scheme is to generate capital appreciation through investment in different Mutual Funds schemes primarily local funds based on a defined asset allocation model. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

February 11, 2010 The primary objective of Scheme is to generate capital appreciation through investment in different Mutual Funds schemes primarily local funds based on a defined asset allocation model. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

February 25, 2010 The primary objective of Scheme is to generate regular returns through investment primarily in debt oriented Mutual Fund schemes (such as Income and Liquid funds). The secondary objective of the Scheme is to generate long-term capital appreciation by investing a portion of the Scheme's assets in equity oriented MF schemes. Monthly Income is not assured and the same is subject to availability of distributable surplus

March 31, 2010 The scheme endeavors to generate income by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realised.

March 31, 2010 The scheme endeavours to protect the capital by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized..

Fund Manager

Tridib Pathak

Neelotpal Sahai (w.e.f. 22 Sep, 2010)

Neelotpal Sahai. (w.e.f. 22 Sep, 2010)

Kenneth Andrade &. Suyash Choudhary

Kenneth Andrade &. Suyash Choudhary

Kenneth Andrade &. Suyash Choudhary

Kenneth Andrade &. Suyash Choudhary

Kenneth Andrade

Kenneth Andrade

Ideal Investment Horizon Minimum Investment Amount

3 years or more

3 Years or more

1 Year or more

3 Years or more

1 Year or more

1 Year or more

1 Year or more

1 Year or more

Plan A

`500 and in multiples of 1/-

`500

`5,000

`500

`5,000 and in multiples of 1/thereafter

`5,000 and in multiples of 1/thereafter

`5,000 and in multiples of 1/thereafter

`5,000 and in multiples of 1/thereafter

`5,000 and in multiples of 10/thereafter.

`5,000 and in multiples of 10/thereafter.

Plan B

`25,00,000 (w.e.f. 6 July, 2009) NA NA

Additional Investment Amount Entry Load Exit Load

`1/-

`500/-

`1/-

`500/-

`1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

Nil

Nil

Nil Plan A & Plan B : 0.25% if redeemed within 30 days from the date of purchase. (w.e.f. 12 Oct, 2009)

Nil Nil (w.e.f. 4 Sep,2009)

Nil 1.50% if redeemed before 18 months from the date of investment.

Nil 1.50% if redeemed before 18 months from the date of investment.

Nil 1.50% if redeemed before 18 months from the date of investment.

Nil

Nil

Nil Nil

Exit Load for all Nil investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 1.00% of the applicable NAV if redeemed /switched out within seven days from the date of allotment. (w.e.f Jan 14, 2011)

1% of the NAV shall be Nil applicable if investors who redeem/switch out such investments within one year (365 Days) from the date of subscription applying First in First Out basis, (including investments through SIP/STP).Noload shall be applicable for switches between options of the schemes. (w.e.f 7 Jan 2011) Growth, Dividend & (payout, reinvestment & auto sweep) Growth & Dividend

Options Available

Growth & Dividend Reinvestment facility is available under the Dividend Option

Growth & Dividend Growth, Dividend & Reinvestment facility is Dividend Sweep available under the (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009) Dividend Option

Growth, Dividend

Growth, Dividend & (payout & reinvestment)

Growth, Dividend & (payout & reinvestment)

Growth, Dividend & (payout & reinvestment)

Growth & Dividend

Dividend Frequency Dividend Re-investment SIP (MinimumAmount) SIP Frequency At Ex-Dividend NAV `500/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil `10/All Business Days S&P CNX Nifty Index At Ex-Dividend NAV `500/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month 3 Years `10/All Business Days BSE 200 At Ex-Dividend NAV NA NA At Ex-Dividend NAV NA NA At Ex-Dividend NAV `1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days Crisil Balanced Fund Index At Ex-Dividend NAV `1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days Crisil MIP Blended Index At Ex-Dividend NAV `1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days Crisil MIP Blended Index At Ex-Dividend NAV `1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days Crisil MIP Blended Index At Ex-Dividend NAV NA NA At Ex-Dividend NAV NA NA

SIP DatesWeekly Fortnightly Monthly Lock in Period Face Value (`/Unit) ` NAV Frequency Benchmark

NA

NA

NA

NA

Nil `10/All Business Days Crisil Liquid Fund Index

3 Years ` 10/All Business Days BSE 200

Nil ` 10/All Business Days Crisil MIP Blended Index

Nil ` 10/All Business Days Crisil MIP Blended Index

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Debt Snap Shot


IDFC Cash Fund IDFC Money Manager Fund Treasury Plan IDFC Money Manager Fund Investment Plan IDFC Super Saver Income Fund Short Term Plan IDFC Super Saver Income Fund Medium Term Plan

Nature of the Scheme

Open-ended Liquid Fund

Open-ended Income Fund

Open-ended Income Fund

Open-ended Income Fund

Open-ended Income Fund

Inception Date Investment Objective

July 2, 2001
IDFC - CF is an open- ended liquid fund with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing in high quality money market and debt instruments. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objectives of the scheme will be realized.

February 18, 2003


Seek to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy by creating a portfolio that is substantially invested in good quality floating rate debt or money market instruments, fixed rate debt or money market instruments swapped for floating returns and fixed rate debt and money market instruments. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objectives of the scheme will be realized.

August 9, 2004
Seek to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy by creating a portfolio that is substantially invested in good quality floating rate debt or money market instruments, fixed rate debt or money market instruments swapped for floating returns and fixed rate debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

December 14, 2000


The primary investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate stable returns with a low-risk strategy by creating a portfolio that is invested in good quality fixed income & Money Market securities. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objectives of the scheme will be realized.

July 8, 2003
The primary investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate stable returns with a low-risk strategy by creating a portfolio that is invested in good quality fixed income & Money Market securities. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objectives of the scheme will be realized.

Fund Manager Ideal Investment Horizon Minimum Investment Amount

Anupam Joshi 1 Day or more Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/thereafter, Plan B: ` 1 Crore and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan C: ` 5 Crores and in multiples ` 1/- thereafter.

Anupam Joshi 1 Day or more Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/thereafter, Plan B: ` 5 Crores and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan C: ` 10 Crores and in multiples ` 1/- thereafter, Plan D: ` 25,000/- and in multiples of `1/thereafter, Plan F: ` 5,000/- and in multiples of `1/- thereafter.

Anupam Joshi 6 Months or more Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan B: ` 5 Crore and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan F: ` 5,000 and in multiples ` 1/thereafter,

Suyash Choudhary 9 Months or more Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan B: ` 5 Crores and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan C: ` 10 Crores and in multiples ` 1/thereafter, Plan D: ` 5,000/- and in multiples of `1/- thereafter. Plan F: ` 5,000/- and in multiples of `1/thereafter.

Anupam Joshi 12 Months or more Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan B: ` 1 Crore and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan F: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/thereafter.

Additional Investment Amount Entry Load Exit Load

` 1/Nil Nil

` 1/Nil Plan A: Nil Plan B: Nil Plan C: Nil Plan D: Nil Plan E: Nil

` 1/Nil Plan A, Plan B & Plan F: Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 0.25% of the applicable NAV if redeemed / switched out within One Month from the date of allotment. (w.e.f 01 March, 2011)

` 1/Nil

` 1/Nil

0.50% of NAV on investors who Plan A, Plan B & Plan F : 0.50% if purchase / switch in and seek to redeemed before 182 days from the redeem / switch out such units within date of investment. 6 months from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options will not be levied an exit load. (w.e.f 01 March, 2011)

Options Available

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009)

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep

Growth, Dividend, Dividend Sweep & Dividend Payout & Reinvestment option

Dividend Frequency

Daily, Weekly with compulsory investment, Monthly and Periodic

re- Daily & Weekly with Compulsory reinvestment & Monthly

Daily & Weekly (with reinvest facility in both plan A & plan B), Monthly, Quarterly & Annual.

Fortnightly & Monthly

Daily, Bi - Monthly (once in two months) i.e. in the months of March, May, July, September, November & January, Fortnightly, Monthly& Quarterly (with reinvestment facility) (for Plan A) Monthly and Quarterly (with reinvestment) under Plan B At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index

Dividend Re-investment

At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/Daily Crisil Liquid Fund Index

At Ex-Dividend NAV ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days NSE MIBOR Index

At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days NSE MIBOR Index

At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index

SIP (MinimumAmount) SIP Frequency

SIP DatesWeekly Fortnightly Monthly Lock in Period Face Value (`/Unit) ` NAV Frequency Benchmark

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Debt Snap Shot


IDFC Super Saver Income Fund Investment Plan Nature of the Scheme IDFC Dynamic Bond Fund IDFC All Seasons Bond Fund IDFC Government Securities Fund Provident Fund Plan IDFC Government Securities Fund Investment Plan IDFC Government Securities Fund Short Term Plan

Open-ended Income Fund July 14, 2000


The primary investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate stable returns with a low-risk strategy by creating a portfolio that is invested in good quality fixed income & Money Market securities. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objectives of the scheme will be realized.

Open-ended Income Fund June 25, 2002


Seek to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by active management of the portfolio; by investing in high quality money market & debt instruments. However there can be no assurance that the investment objectives of the Scheme will be realized.

Open-ended Fund of Funds Scheme September 13, 2004

Open Ended Dedicated Gilt Fund March 29, 2004

Open Ended Dedicated Gilt Fund March 9, 2002


IDFC GSF -IP is an open ended dedicated gilt scheme with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing Government Securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.

Open Ended Dedicated Gilt Fund March 9, 2002


IDFC GSF -ST is an open ended dedicated giltscheme with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing Government Securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized..

Inception Date Investment Objective

Seek to generate optimal returns Seek to generate optimal returns with with high liquidity by active high liquidity by investing in management of the portfolio by Government Securities. investing predominantly in debt oriented mutual fund schemes and money market instruments. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objectives of the Scheme will be realized

Fund Manager

Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) 1 Year or more

Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) 1 Year or more

Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) 1 Year or more

Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) 1 Year or more

Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) 1 Year or more

Suyash Choudhary (w.e.f. 15 Oct 2010) 6 Months or more

Ideal Investment Horizon Minimum Investment Amount

Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan B: ` 5 Crore and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan C: ` 10 Crores and in multiples ` 1/- thereafter,Plan F: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/thereafter

Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan B: ` 5 Crore and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter.

Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter.

Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` Plan A: ` 5,000 and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter, Plan B: ` 25 Lacs 1/- thereafter, Plan B: ` 5 Crores and ` 1/- thereafter, Plan B: ` 5 Crores and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter. in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter. and in multiples of ` 1/- thereafter.

Additional Investment Amount ` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

` 1/-

Entry Load Exit Load

Nil

Nil

Nil Plan A: 0.75% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 24 Aug 2009)

Nil
Plan A & Plan B: 1.00% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 24 Aug 2009)

Nil
Plan A & Plan B: 1.00% if redeemed before 365 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 24 Aug 2009)

Nil
Plan A & Plan B: 0.25% if redeemed before 30 days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 24 Aug 2009)

Plan A, Plan B, Plan C & Plan F: Plan A: Nil 1.00% if redeemed before 365 Plan B: Nil days from the date of investment. (w.e.f. 24 Aug 2009)

Options Available

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009)

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009)

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009)

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009)

Growth, Dividend & Dividend Sweep (w.e.f. 16-Nov-2009)

Dividend Frequency

Quarterly (March, June, September & December), Half Yearly (March & September) & Annual (March)

Quarterly (March, June, September & December) & Annual (March)

Quarterly, Half Yearly, Annual Quarterly (March, June, Quarterly / Half yearly / September & December) & Annual Yearly (March)

Quarterly / Monthly

Dividend Re-investment SIP (MinimumAmount) SIP Frequency

At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index

At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index

At Ex-Dividend NAV ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index

At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days ISEC Composite Index

At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days ISEC Composite Index

At Ex-Dividend NAV Plan A: ` 1,000/Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly 7,14,21,28 1, 16 Any day of Month Nil ` 10/All Business Days ISEC Composite Index

SIP DatesWeekly Fortnightly Monthly Lock in Period Face Value (`/Unit) ` NAV Frequency Benchmark

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Methodology of Ranking
Value Research Rating
Value Research Fund Ratings are a composite measure of historical risk-adjusted returns. In the case of equity and hybrid funds this rating is based on the weighted average monthly returns for the last 3 and 5-year periods. In the case of debt funds this rating is based on the weighted average weekly returns for the last 18 months and 3-year periods and in case of short-term debt funds - weekly returns for the last 18 months. These ratings do not take into consideration any entry or exit load. Each category must have a minimum of 10 funds for it to be rated. Effective, July 2008, we have put an additional qualifying criteria, whereby a fund with less than Rs 5 crore of average AUM in the past six months will not be eligible for rating. Five-stars indicate that a fund is in the top 10% of its category in terms of historical risk-adjusted returns. Four stars indicate that a fund is in the next 22.5%, middle 35% receive three stars, the next 22.5% are assigned two stars while the bottom 10% receive one star. The number of schemes in each category is mentioned alongside the categories name. Equity: Large Cap (41), Equity: Large & Mid Cap (61), Equity: Multi Cap (43), Equity: Mid & Small Cap (49) Equity: Tax Planning (29), Equity: Infrastructure (20), Hybrid: Equityoriented (24), Hybrid: Debt-oriented Aggressive (14), Hybrid: Debt-oriented Conservative (42), Hybrid: Arbitrage (16) Debt: Income (57), Debt: Gilt Medium & Long Term (32), Debt: Gilt Short Term (10), Debt: Short Term (21), Debt: Ultra Short Term (130), Debt: Liquid (96). These Fund Ratings are as on June 30, 2011. The Value Research Ratings are published in Monthly Mutual Fund Performance Report and Mutual Fund Insight. The Ratings are subject to change every month. The Rating is based on primary data provided by respective funds, Value Research does not guarantee the accuracy.

ICRA Mutual Fund Awards Disclaimer


IDFC Premier Equity Fund Plan A has been ranked as a Seven Star Fund in the category of 'Open Ended Equity Diversified - Aggressive ' schemes for its 3 years performance till December 31, 2010. The rank is an outcome of an objective and comparative analysis against various parameters, including: risk adjusted return, fund size, company concentration and liquidity. The ranking methodology did not take into account entry and exit loads imposed by the Fund. There were 81 schemes considered in 'Open Ended Equity Diversified - Aggressive' category for the ranking exercise. The rank is neither a certificate of statutory compliance nor any guarantee on the future performance of IDFC Premier Equity Fund Plan A.. Ranking Source & Publisher: ICRA Online Limited

ICRA Credit Risk Rating


IDFC Money Manager Fund - Treasury Plan: Credit Risk Rating mfAAA - The Fund carries the lowest credit risk, similar to that associated with long-term debt obligations rated in the highest-credit-quality category. IDFC Money Manager Fund Investment Plan: Credit Risk Rating mfAAA - The Fund carries the lowest credit risk, similar to that associated with long-term debt obligations rated in the highest-credit-quality category. IDFC Cash Fund: Credit Risk Rating mfA1+ - The highest-credit-quality short-term rating assigned by ICRA to debt funds. Debt funds rated in this category carry the lowest credit risk in the short term and are similar to that of fixed income obligations of highest-credit-quality category with maturity of upto one year. This rating should however, not be construed as an indication of the performance of the Mutual Fund scheme or of volatility in its returns. IDFC Super Saver Income Fund - Short Term Plan: Credit Risk Rating mfAAA - The Fund carries the lowest credit risk, similar to that associated with long-term debt obligations rated in the highest-credit-quality category. Source: ICRA Ltd.

CRISIL Credit Quality Rating


IDFC Super Saver Income Fund - Investment Plan: Credit Quality Rating AAAf - The assigned rating AAAf is valid only for IDFC Super Saver Income Fund - Investment Plan. The rating of CRISIL is not an opinion on the Asset Management Companys willingness or ability to make timely payments to the investor. The rating is also not an opinion on the stability of the NAV of the Fund, which could vary with market developments.

CRISIL Credit Quality Rating Methodology


CRISIL's credit quality ratings are based on the analysis of the credit risk of securities held by the fund. CRISIL has developed a Credit Quality Matrix to evaluate funds overall level of protection against losses associated with credit default. The matrix is a set of credit factors and credit scores derived scientifically from CRISILs rating default and transition rates.

Morningstar Rating
This Morningstar-sourced information is provided to you by IDFC AMC and is at your own risk. Morningstar is not responsible for any damages or losses arising from any use of this information. Also, this information must not be relied upon without appropriate verification. IDFC AMC informs you as follows: (i) no investment decision should be made in relation to any of the information provided other than on the advice of a professional financial advisor; (ii) past performance is no guarantee of future results; and (iii) the value and income derived from investments can go down as well as up. The Morningstar fund rating methodology is based on a funds risk-adjusted return within a given Morningstar category. Morningstar ratings are calculated every month for the 3 year, 5 year and 10 year period. Within each rating period, the top 10% funds receive a five star rating, the next 22.5% earn a four star rating, the next 35% get three stars, the next 22.5% receive two stars, and the bottom 10% get one star. Loads are not considered for the rating purpose. The rating is based on NAV provided by respective funds. The current fund rating is for the 3 year period as of Jun 30th, 2011. IDFC Imperial Equity Fund Growth has been rated 5-Star fund in the category of Large Cap schemes (342 Schemes), IDFC Premier Equity Fund Growth has been rated 5-Star fund in the category of Small/Mid Cap schemes, IDFC Dynamic Bond Fund Growth has been rated 5-Star fund in the category of Intermediate Bond schemes (174 Schemes), IDFC Savings Advantage Fund Growth has been rated 4-Star fund in the category of Liquid schemes (366 Schemes), IDFC Gov Sec PF Fund Growth has been rated 4-Star fund in the category of Intermediate Government schemes (77 Schemes), IDFC SS Inc M/T Fund Growth has been rated 4-Star fund in the category of Short-term Bond schemes, IDFC MMF IP Fund Growth has been rated 4-Star fund in the category of Ultra Short Term Bond schemes (391 Schemes), IDFC SS Inc IP Fund Growth has been rated 4-Star fund in the category of Intermediate Bond schemes (171 Schemes).

Lipper Fund Awards, India, 2010


IDFC Premier Equity Fund Plan A Methodology Classification averages are calculated with all eligible share classes for each eligible classification. The calculation periods extend over 36, 60, and 120 months. The highest Lipper Leader for Consistent Return (Effective Return) value within each eligible classification determines the fund classification winner over three, five, or ten years. There were 189 funds under the category Global classification. The lowest average decile1 rank of the three years Consistent Return measure of the eligible funds per asset class and group will determine the asset class group award winner over the threeyear period. In cases of identical results the lower average percentile rank will determine the winner. The decile ranking is obtained by the percentile ranking according to the formula: INT(((( Percentile Rank 1 ) * ( 1 0.01 )) / 10 ) +1 ). Disclaimer Although Lipper makes reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the data contained herein, the accuracy is not guaranteed by Lipper. Users acknowledge that they have not relied upon any warranty, condition, guarantee, or representation made by Lipper. Any use of the data for analyzing, managing, or trading financial instruments is at the users own risk. This is not an offer to buy or sell securities.

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Risk Factors
Risk Factors: Mutual Funds and securities investments are subject to market risks, reinvestment risk, changes in political, economic environment and government policy and there is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the Scheme/s will be achieved. The NAV of the Scheme/s can go up or down depending on factors and forces affecting the Securities Market including fluctuation in interest rates, trading volumes and reinvestment risk. Past performance of the Sponsor/AMC/Mutual Fund is not necessarily indicative of the future performance of the Scheme/s and may not necessarily provide a basis for comparison with other investments. IDFC Classic Equity Fund (IDFC - CEF), IDFC Infrastructure Fund (IDFC IF), IDFC Imperial Equity Fund (IDFC - IEF), IDFC Nifty Fund (IDFC NF), IDFC Premier Equity Fund (IDFC - PEF), IDFC Arbitrage Fund (IDFC - AF), IDFC Equity Fund (IDFC - EF),IDFC Tax Saver (ELSS) Fund(IDFC TS[ELSS]), IDFC Arbitrage Plus Fund (IDFC - APF), IDFC Small & Midcap Equity (SME) Fund (IDFC - SMEF), IDFC Strategic Sector (50-50) Equity Fund IDFC-SS (50-50)-EF, IDFC Tax Advantage (ELSS) Fund (IDFC TAELSS), IDFC India GDP Growth Fund (IDFC-IGGF), IDFC Super Saver Income Fund - Investment Plan (IDFC - SSIF-IP), IDFC Dynamic Bond Fund (IDFC - DBF), IDFC Super Saver Income Fund - Medium Term (IDFC-SSIF-MT), IDFC Super Saver Income Fund - Short Term (IDFC-SSIF-ST), IDFC Cash Fund (IDFC-CF), IDFC Ultra short term Fund (IDFC-USTF), IDFC Liquid Fund (IDFC-LF), IDFC Money Manager Fund - Treasury Plan (IDFC-MMF-TP), IDFC Money Manager Fund Investment Plan(IDFC MMF-IP), IDFC Government Securities Fund - Investment Plan (IDFC-GSF-IP), IDFC Government Securities Fund Short Term Plan (IDFC-GSF-ST), IDFC Government Securities Fund Provident Fund Plan (IDFCGSF-PF), IDFC All Seasons Bond Fund (IDFC-ASBF), IDFC Asset Allocation Fund Aggressive Plan (IDFC-AAF-AP) IDFC Asset Allocation Fund Conservative Plan (IDFC-AAF-CP), IDFC Asset Allocation Fund Moderate Plan (IDFC-AAFMP), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan- Hybrid Portfolio Fund Series 1(IDFC HPS I), IDFC Monthly Income Plan( IDFC MIP), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan- Capital Protection Fund Series I(IDFC CPOF S I), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan- Capital Protection Fund Series II(IDFC CPOF S II), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan- Capital Protection Fund Series III(IDFC CPOF S III), IDFC Savings Scheme Series 1(IDFC SSS I), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan Sixteen Months Series 3 (IDFC-FMP - SMS3), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan Seventeen Months Series 3 (IDFC-FMP-SMS-3), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 32 (IDFC-FMP-YS-32), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 33 (IDFC-FMP-YS-33), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 34 (IDFC-FMP-YS-34), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 35 (IDFC-FMP-YS-35), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 36 (IDFC-FMP-YS-36), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 37 (IDFC-FMP-YS-37), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 38 (IDFC-FMP-YS-38), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 39 (IDFC-FMP-YS-39), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 40 (IDFC-FMP-YS-40), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 41 (IDFC-FMP-YS-41), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 42 (IDFC-FMP-YS-42), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan-Yearly series 43 (IDFC-FMP-YS-43), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan- 200 days Series-1 (IDFC FMP -200DS-1), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan- 200 days Series-2 (IDFC FMP -200DS-2), IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan- 100 days Series-3 (IDFC FMP -100DS-3), IDFC Fixed Maturity Half Yearly Series 13 (IDFC-FMP-HYS-13), IDFC Fixed Maturity Eighteen Months Series 7 (IDFC-FMP-EMS7), and IDFC Fixed Maturity Plan - Thirty-Six Months Series 2 (IDFC FMP 36mts 2) are names of the Schemes and do not in any manner indicate either the quality of the Schemes, their future prospects or returns. The Sponsor or any of its associates is not responsible or liable for any loss resulting from the operation of the Schemes beyond the corpus of the Trust of Rs. 30,000/-. Terms of Issue & Load Structure: IDFC-CEF, IDFC IF, IDFC-IEF, IDFC NF, IDFC-PEF, IDFC-AF, IDFC - EF, IDFC TS[ELSS], IDFC-APF, IDFC-SMEF, IDFC-SS(50-50)-EF, IDFC TA( ELSS ), IDFC-IGGF, IDFC-SSIF (IP), IDFC-DBF, IDFC-SSIF (MT), IDFC-SSIF (ST), IDFC-CF, IDFC-USTF, IDFC-LF, IDFC-MMF-TP,IDFC-MMF-IP, IDFC-GSF-IP, IDFC-GSF-ST, IDFC-GSF-PF, IDFC-ASBF, IDFC-AAF-AP IDFC-AAF-CP, IDFC-AAF-MP, IDFC-FMP HPS1, IDFC-MIP, IDFC CPOF I, IDFC CPOF II,IDFC CPOF III, IDFC SSS-1), IDFC-FMP-SMS-3, IDFC-FMP-YS-32, IDFC-FMP-YS-34, ,IDFC FMP-SMS-3, ,IDFC-FMP-YS-33, IDFC-FMP-YS-35, IDFC-FMP-YS36, IDFC-FMP-YS-37, IDFC-FMP-YS-38, IDFC-FMP-YS-39, IDFC-FMP-YS-40, IDFC-FMP-YS-41, IDFC-FMP-YS-42, IDFC-FMP-YS-43, IDFC FMP 100 DS -3, IDFC-FMP-HYS13, IDFC-FMP-EMS7 and IDFC FMP 36mts 2: During the continuous offer the AMC calculates and publishes NAVs and offers for sale and redemption of units of the Scheme on all Business days . Entry Loads Nil for all the schemes. Exit Load - For all the equity schemes (other than IDFC Arbitrage Fund, IDFC Arbitrage Plus Fund and ELSS Schemes of IDFC): All investment including SIP/STP/Micro SIP/STP/FOF if redeemed / switched out within 365 days from the date of allotment-1%. No Entry Load/ Exit Loads/CDSC shall be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the scheme. IDFC-AF - (Plan A & Plan B): is an Open Ended Equity scheme. 0.25% if redemption / switch is requested within 30 days from the date purchase during on going period.IDFC Tax Saver (ELSS) Fund: Nil. IDFC-APF - (Plan A& Plan B): 0.50% of NAV on investors who purchase / switch and seek to redeem / switch out such investments within 365 days from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. IDFC-SMEF: The scheme is converted into open ended scheme w.e.f. September 11, 2009. After then during the Ongoing Offer Period load will be charged as follows: If redeemed within 1 year from the date of purchase(s) applying First in First out basis (including purchase made through the STP/SIP) -1.00%.No exit load /CDSC will be chargeable in case of switches made between different options of the schemes IDFC Tax Advantage (ELSS) Fund: Nil. India IDFC-SSIF Investment Plan (IP) Plan A Plan B, plan C & Plan F - 1% of NAV on investors who purchase / switch and seek to redeem / switch out such investments within 365 days from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options within the plan will not be levied an exit load. IDFC DBF (Plan A & Plan B):-Nil, IDFC-SSIF Medium Term Plan (MT) Plan A , Plan B& Plan F: 0.50% of NAV on investors who purchase / switch and seek to redeem / switch out such investments within 182 days from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options within the plan will not be levied an exit load. IDFC-SSIF Short Term Plan (ST) Plan A, B, C, D & F: Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 0.50% of the applicable NAV if redeemed /switched out within 3 months from the date of allotment. IDFC CF Plan A & Plan B; Nil. IDFC Ultra Short Term: Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 1.00% of the applicable NAV if redeemed /switched out within 31 days from the date of allotment. IDFC Liquid Fund (IDFC-LF) (Plan A & Plan F) ; Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 0.50% of the applicable NAV if redeemed /switched out within 31 days from the date of allotment. IDFC MMF TP (Plan A, Plan B, Plan C, Plan D & Plan F) Nil, IDFC-MMF-IP-(Plan A, Plan B & Plan F): Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 0.25% of the applicable NAV if redeemed / switched out within one months from the date of allotment. IDFC-GSF Investment Plan (IP) Plan A & Plan B - 1% of NAV on investors who purchase / switch and seek to redeem / switch out such investments within 365 days from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options within the plan will not be levied an exit load. IDFC-GSF Short Term Plan (ST) Plan A & Plan B 0.25% of NAV on investors who purchase / switch and seek to redeem / switch out such investments within 30 days from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options within the plan will not be levied an exit load. IDFC-GSF Provident Fund (PF) Plan A & Plan B - 1% of NAV on investors who purchase / switch and seek to redeem / switch out such investments within 365 days from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options within the plan will not be levied an exit load. IDFC NF Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 1.00% of the applicable NAV if redeemed /switched out within seven days from the date of allotment. IDFC-ASBF - 0.75% of NAV on investors who purchase / switch and seek to redeem / switch out such investments within 365 days from the date of effecting such purchase / switch in. Investors opting for PEP / Dividend reinvestment option / SWP or switch between options within the plan will not be levied an exit load. IDFC-AAF-AP, IDFC-AAF-CP, and IDFC-AAF-MP: 1.50% of the NAV shall be applicable if investors who redeem / switch out such investments within months from the date of subscription applying First in First Out basis, (including investments through SIP/STP). Switches between Plans (within the scheme) shall not attract load. IDFC MIP: 1.00% of the NAV shall be applicable if investors who redeem / switch out such investments within 365 days from the date of subscription applying First in First Out basis, (including investments through SIP/STP). W.ef. January 07, 2011.No load shall be applicable for switches between between options of the schemes. The exit load/ CDSC of up to 1% of the redemption value charged to the unit holder by the Fund on redemption of units shall be retained by each of the schemes in a separate account and will be utilized for payment of commissions to the ARN Holder and to meet other marketing and selling expenses. Any amount in excess of 1% of the redemption value charged to the unit holder as exit load/ CDSC shall be credited to the respective scheme immediately. IDFC USTF: Exit Load for all investment including SIP/Micro SIP/STP shall be 1.00% of the applicable NAV if redeemed /switched out within 89 days from the date of allotment. IDFC-FMP- IDFC-FMP-SMS-3: Nil. IDFC-FMP HPS1: Nil. IDFC CPOF I, IDFC CPOF II, IDFC CPOF III: Nil, IDFC SSS -1: NIL, IDFC-FMP-YS-32, IDFC-FMP-YS-33, IDFC-FMP-YS-34,IDFC-FMP-YS-35, IDFC-FMP-YS-36, IDFC-FMP-YS-37, IDFC-FMP-YS-38, IDFC-FMP-YS-39, IDFC-FMP-YS-40, IDFC-FMP-YS-41, IDFC-FMP-YS41, IDFC-FMP-YS-42 & IDFC-FMP-YS-43: NIL.IDFC FMP-SMS- 3: NIL, IDFC-FMP-HYS13: NIL, IDFC-FMP-EMS7: NIL, IDFC FMP 100 DS- 1, 2 & 3: NIL, IDFC FMP 200 DS- 1 & 2 and IDFC FMP 36mts 2: NIL Investment Objectives: IDFC CEF: The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate long term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC IF: The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate long-term capital growth through an active diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments of companies that are participating in and benefiting from growth in Indian infrastructure and infrastructural related activities.However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-IEF: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate capital appreciation and/or provide income distribution from a portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-IEF: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate capital appreciation and/or provide income distribution from a portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-PEF: The Scheme shall seek to generate long-term capital growth from an actively managed portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-AF & IDFC APF: The investment objective of the Scheme is to generate capital appreciation and income by predominantly investing in arbitrage opportunity in the cash and the derivative segments of the equity markets and the arbitrage opportunity available within the derivative segments and by investing the balance in debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. The recurring expenses of the scheme is in addition to the expenses of the schemes in which the Fund of Fund scheme makes investment. IDFC-EF: The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate capital growth from a portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments (Including Equity derivatives). The scheme may also invest in debt and money market instruments to generate reasonable income. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC - TS [ELSS]: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate long-term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity-related securities. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized IDFC-APF: The investment objective of the scheme is to generate income (absolute to low volatility returns) by taking advantage of opportunities in the cash and the derivative segments of the equity markets including the arbitrage opportunities available within the derivative segment, by using other derivative based strategies and by investing the balance in debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-SMEF: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of equity and equity related instruments. The Scheme will predominantly invest in small and midcap equity and equity related instruments. Small and Midcap equity and equity related instruments will be the stocks included in the CNX Midcap index or equity and equity related instruments of such companies which have a market capitalization lower than the highest components of CNX Midcap Index. The Scheme may also invest in stock other than mid cap stocks (i.e. in stocks, which have a market capitalization of above the market capitalization range of the defined small midcap stocks) and derivatives. On defensive consideration, the Scheme may also invest in debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-SS (50-50)-EF: The investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate long-term capital appreciation by investing in Equity and Equity related instruments. The investment objective of the fund shall be achieved by investing up to fifty percent of the assets of the scheme in a chosen sector (sector specific exposure) while the balance amount may be invested in companies across market capitalizations and across sectors (diversified exposure). The scheme may also invest in debt and money market instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized and the scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns. IDFC TA (ELSS): The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate long term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related securities. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC IGGF: The investment objective of the scheme is seek to generate long term capital appreciation by investing in Equity and Equity related instruments. The scheme aims to capture the growth in Indias Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The scheme would endevour to represent the growth in GDP by capturing the growth in the constituents of the GDP. The scheme may also invest in Debt and money market instruments. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized and the scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns. IDFC - SSIF-IP: Seek to generate stable returns by creating a portfolio that is invested in good quality fixed income and money market securities.However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC NF: The investment objective of the scheme is to replicate the S&P CNX Nifty Index by investing in securities of the CNX Nifty Index in the same proportion/weigtage. However, there is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized and the scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns. IDFC DBF: Seek to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by active management of the portfolio; by investing in high quality money market & debt instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-SSIF-MT: Seek to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy by investing in good quality fixed income securities and money market securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-SSIF-ST: Seek to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy by investing in good quality fixed income securities and money market securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-CF and IDFC LF: IDFC-CF and IDFC LF is an open-ended liquid fund with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing in high quality money market and debt instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-USTF: To offer an investment avenue for short term savings by looking to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy. The scheme will have a portfolio that is invested in good quality debt and money market instruments such that the fund will offer a blend of liquidity with stability of returns. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-MMF-TP& IDFC-MMF-IP: Seek to generate stable returns with a low risk strategy by creating a portfolio that is substantially invested in good quality floating rate debt or money market instruments, fixed rate debt or money market instruments swapped for floating returns and fixed rate debt and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-GSF-IP: IDFC GSF -IP is an open-ended dedicated gilt scheme with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing Government Securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-GSF-ST: IDFC-GSF-ST is an open-ended dedicated gilt scheme with an objective to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing Government Securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-GSF-PF: Seek to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by investing in government securities. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-ASBF: Seek to generate optimal returns with high liquidity by active management of the portfolio, by investing predominantly in debt oriented mutual fund schemes and money market instruments. However there is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-AAF-AP, IDFC-AAF-CP, and IDFC-AAF-MP: The primary objective of Scheme is to generate capital appreciation through investment in different mutual fund schemes primarily local funds based on a defined asset allocation model. However, there can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. The recurring expenses of the scheme is in addition to the expenses of the schemes in which the Fund of Fund scheme makes investment. IDFC MIP: The primary objective of Scheme is to generate regular returns through investment primarily in debt oriented Mutual Fund schemes (such as Income and Liquid funds). The secondary objective of the Scheme is to generate long-term capital appreciation by investing a portion of the Scheme's assets in equity oriented MF schemes. Monthly Income is not assumed and the same is subject to availability of distributable surplus. IDFC-FMP-SMS-3: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate income by investing in a portfolio of debt and money market instruments maturing before the duration of the scheme. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized IDFC-FMP HPS1: The scheme endeavors to generate income by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC CPOF1, IDFC CPOF II, and IDFC CPOF III: The scheme endeavors to protect the capital by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC SSS 1: The scheme endeavors to generate income by investing in high quality fixed income securities as the primary objective and generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related instruments as a secondary objective. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized. IDFC-FMP-YS-36, IDFC-FMP-YS-37, IDFC-FMP-YS-38, IDFC-FMP-YS-39, IDFC-FMP-YS-40, IDFC-FMP-YS-41and IDFC-FMP-YS-42: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate income by investing in a portfolio of debt and money market instruments maturing before the duration of the scheme. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized.. IDFC-FMP- HYS13, IDFC FMP-SMS-3 and IDFC-FMP-EMS7: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate income by investing in a portfolio of debt and money market instruments maturing on or before the maturity of the scheme. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized. IDFC FMP 36mts 2 , IDFC FMP 100 DS3, IDFC FMP 200 DS- 1 & 2,: The investment objective of the Scheme is to seek to generate income by investing in a portfolio of debt and money market instruments maturing before the maturity of the scheme. There is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the scheme will be realized. IISL Disclaimer: S&P and Standard and Poors are trademarks of the McGraw-hill Companies, Inc. (S&P), and have been licensed for use by India Index Services & Products Limited in connection with the S&P CNX Nifty Index. The Product is not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by India Index Services & Products Limited ("IISL") or Standard & Poor's, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. ("S&P"). Neither IISL nor S&P makes any representation or warranty, express or implied, to the owners of the Product or any member of the public regarding the advisability of investing in securities generally or in the Product. Please read the full Disclaimers in relation to the S&P CNX Nifty Index in the Offer Document / Prospectus / Information Statement." Statutory Details: IDFC Mutual Fund has been set up as a trust by Infrastructure Development Finance Company Limited (IDFC) (liability restricted to corpus of Trust of Rs. 30,000) with IDFC AMC Trustee Company Ltd as the trustee and IDFC Asset Management Company Ltd as the investment manager. Investors in the scheme(s) are not being offered any guaranteed or assured rate of return. Copy of Scheme Information Document and Key Information Memorandum along with application form for all the schemes may be obtained from the office of IDFC Mutual Fund, One India Bulls Centre, 841, Jupiter Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg,, Elphinstone Road, (West), Mumbai 400 013. Contact 1-800-226622 for details. For details please read the respective Scheme Information Document (SID) (including those of FMPs)/ Offer Document (OD) / Statement of Additional Information (SAI) carefully before investing.

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A rejection can cost you dear!


Rejection is not something most of us take lightly, be it in any walk of life. The same holds true while investing. Our records point out that most of the rejected applications are for the simple reason of oversight. Most of the times it is the inconsistency in entering the data, that proves to be the stumbling block. And what does it result in? You stand not only to lose the time & effort, but also the investing opportunity because sometimes the financial markets don!t wait for you to correct the mistakes.

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Important Tips to ensure successful SIP .

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You need to fill 2 forms. a) Common Application Form ( CAF ) and b) SIP Forms. The SIP start date and End date should tally in the CAF and SIP Form. The SIP Frequency should be the same across all forms. The Scheme Name and the SIP amount should tally in both forms. Mandatory to state the 9 digit MICR code. It is on the basis of this that your bank account is correctly debited. Your signature is needed in 2 places in the Mandate Form for ECSviz. below the Signatures section & Authorization of the Bank Account Holder. Please do submit a copy of the cheque along with the Mandate form for ECS at the time of subscription. In case you change your bank account no, please do let us know else your SIP will be rejected. Please keep sufficient balance in your bank account on SIP due date. In case of any overwriting in the ECS/ Standing Instruction Form, please ensure the same is authenticated by your Signature. In case of !Payable at par cheques" , please check with your bank for the branch MICR code.

Note: Form #2 (HDFC/ SCB Standing Instructions) & Form #3 (Mandate Form for ECS)will be sent to your bank to process your request. Therefore, it is essential that you update all your information correctly to avoid your request being rejected by your bank.

Please Turn Overleaf for Contact Details.

investormf@idfc.com. www.idfcmf.com
IDFC AMC Offices WEST Ahmedabad : Ground Floor, Zodiac Avenue, Opp. Mayor!s Bunglow, Near Law Garden, Ahmedabad - 380 006. Tel.: +91-79-64505881/ 5857. Bhopal : Plot No. 49, First Floor, Above Tata Capital Limited,M P Nagar, Zone II, Bhopal [M.P.] - 462011 Goa : Advani Bussiness Centre, Neelkamal Arcade, A. B. Road, Panjim, Goa - 403 001. Tel.: +91-832-6650403, Fax: +91-832-6650310. Mobile: +91-9823289903. Indore : 405, 4th Floor, 21/ 1, D. M. Tower, Race Course Road, Indore - 452 001. Tel.: +91-731-4206927/ 4208048. Fax: +91-731-4206923. Mumbai : 17/18, 3rd Floor, Vasvani Mansion, 120, Dinshaw Vachha Road, Opp. K. C. College, Churchgate, Mumbai - 400 020. Tel.: +91-22-22876419. Mumbai (Thane) : Shop No. 25, Rajdeep Society, Gokhale Road, Opp. Income Tax Office, Thane (West) - 400 602. Nagpur : Fortune Business Centre, First Floor, 6, VasantVihar, W. H. C. Rd., Shankar Nagar, Nagpur - 440 010. Tel.: +91-712-6451428/ 2525657. Nashik : Kavita Complex, 2nd Floor, Madan Services, Near Big Bazar, College Road, Nasik - 422 005. Mobile: +91-9970625856. Pune : 1st Floor, Dr. Herekar Park Building, Next to Kamala Nehru Park, Off. Bhandarkar Road, Pune - 411 004. Tel.: +91-20-66020965/ 4. Raipur : 227-228, 2nd Floor, Lalganga Shopping Mall, G. E. Road, Raipur - 492 001. Mobile: +91-9926908790. Rajkot : "Star Plaza#, 2nd Floor, Office No. 201, Phulchab Chowk, Rajkot - 360 001. Tel.: +91-281-6626012. Surat Vadodara : U 15/16, Jolly Plaza, Athvagate, Surat - 395 001. Tel.: +91-261-2475060, 2475070. : Ground Floor, Akash Ganga Complex, Adjacent to Vanijya Bhavan, Race Course Circle, Vadodara - 390 007. Tel.: +91-265-6620919/ 39.

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