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Portfolio Management Service – PMS

Portfolio Management Services

Portfolio Management Service – PMS

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 We would like to give you a dope on the latest Portfolio, Stock & Sectors Allocations and some recent changes done in the Portfolio which is in line with our Market View.

​IIFL Multicap PMS Update:

Summarised below:

PORTFOLIO STRATEGY AND CHANGES DONE

    • Portfolio Strategy: With regard to our portfolio construct strategy of being overweight on Banking & Financials (Mostly Pvt banks and NBFC), IT Companies and Pharma is paying off well. Between these three sectors we have around 70% exposure. Barring SBI which is the only PSU bank which we have and Federal Bank, all our BFSI portfolio companies have reported strong set of numbers in the recent quarter. Technology companies which again we were one of the few to have been overweight on in the street, have beat most analyst estimates and have given strong guidance for growth. Rupee depreciation is also adding to the gains for the Tech companies. Within Pharma we have a mix of  Generic players like Sun

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  • pharma which are still not out of the woods, and other Non-generic niche players like Merck Ltd and Biocon which continue to do well on both earnings and stock performance.
    • Some recent portfolio changes: In the last 2 months we have done only one change of selling South Indian Bank and adding GSK Consumer. That too we did in this week itself. We are focussing on increasing the large cap exposure further in the portfolio from the current 76% as we see good value in many large

​ ​cap quality names. We have exited from South Indian Bank in the portfolio as we believe the company might continue to underperform for a few more quarters owing to its growth issues. We have increased exposure to Consumer Discretionary space by adding GSK Consumer which we see as a strong takeover candidate by other large FMCG players like HUL, ITC or Nestle.

CURRENT STOCK AND SECTOR ALLOCATION

  • Below is the current sector allocation. Between Top 3 sectors we have nearly 70% allocation and shows our focus on sector concentration. We are looking to increase allocation to consumer discretionary gradually as we see consistency of earnings in that sector.
Sector Weightage
Banking & Financial 44.8%
IT & IT Services 12.7%
Pharma 11.5%
Consumer Discretionary 6.1%
Utilities 5.6%
Staffing 5.1%
Oil & Gas 3.0%
Chemicals 2.7%
Telecom 2.4%
Cement 2.4%
Auto & Auto ancillaries 2.0%
Real Estate 1.4%
Cash 0.4%
100.0%
  • Below is the full portfolio as of yesterday. Currently we have 26 stocks in the portfolio and the top 10 stocks account for 60% of the portfolio.
Company Weightage
BAJAJ FINANCE LTD 12.90%
HDFC BANK LTD 7.64%
INFOSYS LIMITED 6.81%
CESC LTD 5.57%
FEDERAL BANK 5.13%
QUESS CORP 5.11%
MERCK LTD 4.70%
STATE BANK OF INDIA 4.59%
SUN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES 4.05%
ZENSAR TECHNOLOGIES 3.95%
MUTHOOT FINANCE LIMITED 3.90%
RBL BANK LIMITED 3.82%
PETRONET LNG LTD 2.99%
BIOCON 2.79%
UPL LIMITED 2.66%
SBI LIFE 2.63%
UJJIVAN FINANCIAL SERVICES 2.58%
GSK CONSUMER 2.50%
IDEA CELLULAR LTD 2.41%
DALMIA BHARAT 2.38%
TATA GLOBAL BEVERAGES 2.28%
TATA MOTOR DVR 1.97%
TECH MAHINDRA LIMITED 1.91%
EQUITAS HOLDINGS 1.63%
PENINSULA LAND 1.37%
THANGAMAYIL JEWELLERY 1.35%
Cash 0.38%
  • Below is the Mcap allocation currently.
Large Cap 78.48%
Mid Cap 5.57%
Small Cap 15.57%
Cash 0.38%

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