Why invest in IT Industry?

Over the last few decades, the global and Indian IT industry has witnessed decent growth as the businesses got intertwined with technology like never before. And with ever evolving technological advancement, constant evolution and innovation with increasing need for digitization of products and processes; global IT industry is all set to benefit from these newer growth opportunities

Emerging technologies like cloud, AI / ML, IoT, robotics, blockchain, and few others to drive a new wave of demand for the global IT companies globally.

Greater emphasis on technological transformation across industries to drive demand for ER&D globally in the future

Shift toward digital first, platformization and enhanced customer experience (CX) will be the key growth drivers moving forward.

Engineering process are going through efficiency improvements across value chain along with the structural changes like work from home may help improve the overall margins for technology companies in the short to medium term

Covid-19 has accelerated growth of the global IT companies with rise in digitization demand. This trend may continue for the next 2-3 years as more and more companies are going digital.

With more than 15% market share of the global IT industry that is majorly export driven, the world recognises and trusts the potential of the Indian IT companies

The government initiatives like Digital India and Startup India are likely to strengthen the digital transformation & local demand

India being the second-fastest digital adopter among 17 major digital economies, opening up newer opportunities in the domestic market

Around 75% of global digital talent pool is based out of India. And the Indian IT companies will continue to be one of the major skilled talent employer for the economy

Source:McKinsey & Company

Tata Digital India Fund

A fund that aims to capture opportunities in IT and related businesses

The fund invests in Indian IT sector and is also allowed to invest in overseas securities across market caps.

The fund uses GARP approach (Growth at areasonable price) for stock selection

Invests in fundamentally strong companies from Information Technology Sector

The fund uses GARP approach (Growth at areasonable price) for stock selection

Invests in fundamentally strong companies from Information Technology Sector

A fund that can help you diversify your investments across geographies and currencies

A fund that can help you diversify your investments across geographies and currencies

A well-diversified portfolio within IT and related businesses

Who should invest?

Investors aiming to benefit from the thriving IT industry in India and across the globe

Investors seeking
capital growth over a
longer period of time and diversify

Investors willing to take higher risk and invest in
sectoral scheme

Scheme Details

Scheme Name Tata Digital India Fund
Investment Objective The investment objective of the scheme is to seek long term capital appreciation by investing at least 80% of its net assets in equity/equity related instruments of the companies in Information Technology Sector
Type of Scheme An open-ended equity scheme investing in Information Technology Sector
Fund Manager Meeta Shetty (Lead Fund Manager) & Rahul Singh (Co-Fund Manager) Effective date: 20th April, 2020
Benchmark S & P BSE IT TRI
Min. Investment Amount Rs. 5,000/- and in multiples of Re. 1/- thereafter
Load Structure Entry Load: Nil.
Exit Load:
  • 0.25% of NAV if redeemed/switched out before 30 days from the date of allotment.

Tata Digital India Fund is suitable for investors who are seeking*:

  • Long Term Capital Appreciation.
  • Investment in equity/equity related instruments of the companies in Information Technology Sector

*Investors should their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them.

Corporate Office Address:

Tata Asset Management Limited, 19th floor, Parinee Crescenzo, ‘G’ Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Opposite MCA Club, Bandra (E), Mumbai – 400051

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