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  • BOI AXA Treasury Advantage Fund
  • Direct Plan - Daily Dividend 1006.9992
  • Direct Plan - Growth 2119.6246
  • Direct Plan - Weekly Dividend 1007.8652
  • Institutional Plan - Daily Dividend 1002.9232
  • Institutional Plan - Growth 1397.5496
  • Institutional Plan - Monthly Dividend 1002.0930
  • Institutional Plan - Weekly Dividend 1001.6260
  • Regular Plan - Daily Dividend 1007.4498
  • Regular Plan - Growth 2093.9614
  • Regular Plan - Weekly Dividend 1008.4070
  • Direct Plan - Bonus 2110.3076
  • Regular Plan - Bonus 1597.0220
  • Direct Plan 13.3612
  • Regular Plan 13.3110
  • BOI AXA Equity Debt Rebalancer Fund
  • Direct Plan - Dividend 12.1021
  • Direct Plan - Growth 14.9679
  • Regular - Dividend 10.6363
  • Regular Plan - Growth 14.6806
  • BOI AXA Short Term Income Fund
  • Direct Plan - Growth 19.8497
  • Direct Plan - Monthly Dividend 10.3675
  • Direct Plan - Quarterly Dividend 10.3952
  • Institutional Plan - Growth 15.0822
  • Institutional Plan - Monthly Dividend 10.1566
  • Institutional Plan - Quarterly Dividend 10.1171
  • Institutional Plan - Weekly Dividend 10.0615
  • Regular Plan - Growth 18.9213
  • Regular Plan - Monthly Dividend 10.3791
  • Regular Plan - Quarterly Dividend 10.2070
  • BOI AXA Regular Return Fund
  • Regular Plan - Bonus 15.2560
  • Direct Plan - Annual Dividend 11.3126
  • Direct Plan - Growth 21.4030
  • Direct Plan - Monthly Dividend 10.3391
  • Direct Plan - Quarterly Dividend 11.7213
  • Eco Plan - Annual Dividend 11.0904
  • Eco Plan - Growth 21.2452
  • Eco Plan - Monthly Dividend 18.0377
  • Eco Plan - Quarterly Dividend 10.8624
  • Regular Plan - Annual Dividend 10.8642
  • Regular Plan - Growth 20.9302
  • Regular Plan - Monthly Dividend 12.3567
  • Regular Plan - Quarterly Dividend 11.5341
  • BOI AXA Capital Protection Oriented Fund - Series 3
  • Direct Plan - Dividend 11.0827
  • Direct Plan - Growth 11.0826
  • Regular Plan - Dividend 10.8838
  • Regular Plan - Growth 10.8838
  • Direct Plan Growth 10.9782
  • Regular Plan Growth 10.8938
  • Direct Plan Growth 11.3486
  • Regular Plan Growth 11.2700
  • BOI AXA Equity Fund
  • Direct Plan - Bonus 19.5700
  • Direct Plan - Dividend 16.1100
  • Direct Plan-Growth 37.8300
  • Direct Plan - Quarterly Dividend 13.4100
  • Eco Plan - Bonus 37.4600
  • Eco Plan - Regular Dividend 15.9300
  • Eco Plan - Growth 37.4700
  • Eco Plan - Quarterly Dividend 13.2000
  • Institutional Plan - Bonus 10.0000
  • Institutional Plan - Regular Dividend 10.0000
  • Institutional Plan - Growth 10.0000
  • Institutional Plan - Quarterly Dividend 10.0000
  • Regular Plan - Bonus 35.7000
  • Regular Plan - Regular Dividend 13.9800
  • Regular Plan - Growth 35.7000
  • Regular Plan - Quarterly Dividend 13.9400
  • BOI AXA Manufacturing and Infrastructure Fund
  • Direct Regular Dividend 18.1600
  • Direct Growth 19.2000
  • Direct Quarterly Dividend 18.9100
  • Regular - Dividend 16.7500
  • Regular - Growth 18.0600
  • Regular - Quarterly Dividend 15.4600
  • BOI AXA MID CAP Equity and Debt Fund
  • Direct Plan - Dividend 13.1400
  • Direct Plan - Growth 14.1500
  • Regular - Dividend 13.0700
  • Regular Plan - Growth 13.9400
  • BOI AXA Tax Advantage Fund
  • Direct Plan - Dividend 27.7600
  • Direct Plan - Growth 57.4600
  • Eco Plan - Dividend 17.2100
  • Eco Plan - Growth 56.0400
  • Regular Plan - Dividend 15.2300
  • Regular Plan - Growth 53.5200
  • Direct Plan - Dividend 9.6000
  • Direct Plan - Growth 9.6000
  • Regular Plan - Dividend 9.6000
  • Regular Plan - Growth 9.6000
  • BOI AXA Liquid Fund
  • Direct Plan - Daily Dividend 1002.6483
  • Direct Plan - Growth 1999.1336
  • Direct Plan - Weekly Dividend 1062.7163
  • Unclaimed Dividend Plan - Upto  3 Years 1029.5603
  • Institutional Plan - Daily Dividend 1000.0291
  • Institutional Plan - Growth 1375.4784
  • Institutional Plan - Monthly Dividend 1001.9102
  • Institutional Plan - Weekly Dividend 1001.4193
  • Regular Plan - Daily Dividend 1002.1069
  • Regular Plan - Growth 1988.8138
  • Regular Plan - Weekly Dividend 1002.3962
  • Unclaimed Redemption Plan - Upto 3 Years 1029.4917
  • Super Institutional Plan - Daily Dividend 1000.0024
  • Super Institutional Plan - Growth 1339.2836
  • Super Institutional Plan - Monthly Dividend 1000.0000
  • Super Institutional Plan - Weekly Dividend 1000.1371
  • Unclaimed Dividend Plan -  Above 3 Years 1000.0000
  • Unclaimed Redemption  Plan - Above 3 Years 1000.0000

Know Your Customer
1) What is CKYC?
A centralized platform for uniform KYC norms facilitating inter-usability of the KYC records across the entire financial sector to avoid multiplicity of registration and data upkeep. CKYC will be managed by CERSAI (Central Registry of Securitization Asset Reconstruction and Security Interest of India). It is central online security interest registry of India authorized by the government of India to act as and perform the functions of the Central KYC records Registry under the PMLS (Prevention of Money-Laundering) rules 2005, including receiving , storing, safeguarding and retrieving the KYC records in the digital form for a client.
2) What is the commencement/effective date of CKYC?
CKYC is effective from 1st February 2017
3) What are the salient features of the CKYC?
i. Unique KYC identifier linked with independent ID proofs
ii. Captures minimum requirements under FATCA, CRS and PMLA
iii. Provision to capture multiple correspondence addresses, related & controlling person details
iv. KYC data and documents stored in a digitally secure electronic format
v. Secure and advanced user authentication mechanisms for system access
vi. Data de-duplication to ensure single KYC identifier per applicant
vii. ID verification with issuing authorities like Aadhar/PAN/Passport etc.
4) What is the difference between KYC, eKYC and CKYC?
KYC – is the known and regular process in the Mutual Fund industry whereby the identity of an investor is verified based on written details submitted by him / her on a form, supplemented by an In Person Verification (IPV) process. Once the verification is done successfully, the relevant investor data is entered into the KRA Registration Agency (KRA) system and subsequently uploaded to their database. This process is discontinued with effect from 31st January 2017. But the Investor who holds the valid KYC can still invest in Mutual fund.
eKYC – is KYC done with the help of a investor’s Aadhar number. While completing the eKYC, the authentication of the investor’s identity can be done:
(a) Via One Time Password (Limits investments to Rs 50,000 per year per mutual funds and mandates investments via the online electronic mode)
(b) Via Biometrics (No limits on the investment amount here unless those specifically imposed by the scheme / Fund House)
This data is uploaded into the records of the KRA.
CKYC – is an initiative of the Government of India where the aim is to have a structure in place which allows investors to do their KYC only once. CKYC compliance will allow an investor to transact / deal with all entities governed / regulated by Government of India / Regulator (RBI, SEBI, IRDA and PFRDA) without the need to complete multiple KYC formalities which is an inconvenience / hindrance as of now. It will allow for larger market participation by investors, easing their journey on the financial highway. The CKYC processing is handled by CERSAI. This is effective from 1st February 2017.
5) Who needs to comply with the CKYC procedure?
Currently CKYC is applicable to Individuals only (Resident Individuals & Non Resident Indian). Please note the following:
a) New investors (investors for whom no record exists in any of the KRAs) will have to mandatorily submit the CKYC form along with the investment application. If the investor has filled the KRA application form in lieu of CKYC form, he will have to additionally submit the Supplementary CKYC form along with the KRA application form.
b) Existing investors (investors for whom a record exists in any of the KRAs, regardless of the KYC status) can continue making investments without any additional requirements.
c) In case any modification is required to be done in the KYC status, then only KRA forms are to be used.
6) How can I apply for CKYC?
For completing the CKYC process, the customer is required to visit the nearest Point of Service/Point of acceptance and furnish the duly filled in CKYC form, all the required documents (duly attested) as prescribed under CKYC. The forms can be downloaded from www.boiaxa-im.com
Further, if any prospective investor uses the old KYC form, which does not have all information needed for registration with CKYC, such customer should either be requested to provide additional/missing information using a supplementary CKYC form or fill the new
7) What are the documents required for completing the CKYC process?
The investor is required to submit any of the following documents for ID proof and same is required to be shown to the AMC for verification.
a. Passport
b. Voter ID
c. Driving License
d. Aadhar Card
e. NREGA Job card
f. Any central govt document along with the identification no.
The following are the list of documents required to be submitted for address proof:
a. Passport
b. Voter ID
c. Driving License
d. NREGA Job Card
e. Any central govt document along with the identification no.
8) Is IPV (In Person Verification) compulsory in CKYC?
Yes. As per the CERSAI guidelines it is not mandatory. But as per existing laws/regulations under the KRA regime its mandatory unless the regulation is revoked/called back by the regulators.
9) Who are authorized to verify the documents and the IPV?
For verification of documents:
a) Authorized officials of Asset Management Companies (AMC).
b) Authorized officials of Registrar & Transfer Agent (R&T) acting on behalf of the AMC.
c) KYD compliant mutual fund distributors. 4. Notary Public, Gazette Officer, Manager of a Scheduled Commercial/Co-operative Bank or Multinational Foreign Banks (Name, Designation & Seal should be affixed on the copy along with date).
d) In case of NRIs, authorized officials of overseas branches of Scheduled Commercial Banks registered in India, Notary Public, Court Magistrate, Judge, Indian Embassy/ Consulate General in the country where the client resides are permitted to attest the documents.
e) Government authorized officials who are empowered to issue Apostle Certificates.
For IPV:
a) Authorized officials of Asset Management Companies (AMC).
b) Authorized officials of Registrar & Transfer Agent (R&T) acting on behalf of the AMC
c) KYD compliant mutual fund distributors.
d) Manager of a Scheduled Commercial/Co-operative Bank or Multinational Foreign Banks (for investors investing directly)
e) In case of NRI applicants, a person permitted to attest documents, may also conduct the In Person Verification and confirm this in the KYC Form.
10) What is KYC Identification Number?
KYC Identification Number (KIN) is a 14 digit number allotted by CERSAI to an Investor who has completed his / her CKYC formalities. This number should be mentioned each time the CKYC details are required to be accessed by any intermediary
11) What about PAN? Is it mandatory for completing CKYC?
PAN is not required to be mandatorily mentioned by the applicant on the CKYC application form provided by CERSAI. This form will be used by institutions which do not require PAN to be provided mandatorily for account opening / transaction purposes. However, from the securities markets perspective, PAN is a mandatory requirement and therefore the said CERSAI form has been modified at our end and investors approaching us for completing CKYC have to mandatorily provide us with their PAN. The KYC type has to be selected as ‘Normal’ on the CKYC application forms and in case any investor does not have a PAN, the KYC type should be selected as ‘PAN Exempt Investors’.
12) How will I be intimated my CKYC KIN?
KIN is being allotted by CERSAI to investors whose CKYC application is found to be valid. An SMS / email will be sent by CERSAI to the registered mobile number/email address of the investor as soon as the KIN is generated at their end. Since CERSAI will not be sending any physical intimation, applicants should ideally provide their mobile number and/or email ID in the CKYC application form.
  1. KYC form for individuals
  2. KYC updation form for Individuals
  3. KYC form for non-individuals
Step 2 Attach the following documents:
For Individuals and Non-Individuals:
Documents evidencing Proof of Identity and Proof of Address (List of requisite KYC documents for individuals and non-individuals are mentioned in the revised KYC Application Form)
Step 3 In-Person Verification (IPV):
Complete IPV from any of the following:
Any SEBI registered intermediary (including BOI AXA Investment Managers Pvt Limited)
NISM/AMFI certified distributors who are KYD compliant
Scheduled Commercial Banks (in case of any applications received directly)
Step 4 Submit the KYC form along with necessary documents at the nearest Investor Services centre or any other intermediaries of KRA's as mandated by SEBI. Upon receipt and verification of the above documents, a KYC acknowledgement will be issued to each applicant.
Please Note:
  • Investor(s) must note that KYC compliance is mandatory at the time of submission of each subscription request with the designated Official Points of Acceptance.
  • Applications by investors without valid KYC are liable to be rejected.
  • We strongly recommend all our Investors to be KYC Compliant by completing the KYC formalities, in accordance with applicable KYC rules in force from time to time, at the earliest so they can continue to invest with us smoothly.
  • In case of joint applicants, KYC should be completed by all joint applicants.
  • In case of applications under Power of attorney, KYC has to be completed by both the investor and the power of attorney holder.
  • In case of NRIs/PIOs, they are required to complete KYC.
  • In case of minor, the KYC should be completed by the Parent/Guardian signing on behalf of the Minor. However, in the event of such minor person becoming major, the KYC has to be completed on becoming major.
  • In case of transmission, KYC has to be completed by the person claiming under such transmission.
  • In case of nomination, KYC has to be completed by the Nominee before invoking the nomination.
  • In case of lien/pledge etc., KYC has to be completed by the lien/pledge-holder.

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