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Diversified bets yield big payoffs: Samir Rachh of Nippon Life India MF

Samir Rachh outperforms peers despite fund's size constraints

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Nippon Life Company | fund manager | small-caps

Ashley Coutinho 

Samir Rachh
Samir Rachh, Nippon Life India Asset Management

Samir Rachh manages the country’s largest small-cap scheme: Nippon India Small Cap. His fund has beaten the index and most of the peers, and delivered better risk-adjusted returns, which is a key reason for Rachh winning the Business Standard of the Year award in the Mid-and Small-Cap Equity category. No small feat considering the fund had assets of over Rs 17,000 crore (as of September 2021; average one-year assets of Rs 13,255 crore), a size which could put limitations on running a concentrated portfolio.

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First Published: Wed, December 22 2021. 06:10 IST
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