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Returns of the Class A unit holders will be contingent upon the returns of the Nifty. If the Nifty delivers positive returns, their returns will be equal to 40 per cent of the returns of the Nifty on the date of maturity, while the rest would go to Class B investors. However, in case the Nifty delivers negative returns during the period, then Class A investors will get back the face value. The corpus left after redeeming Class A units will be given to Class B unit holders. This means that Class A investors will get a high degree of capital safety, since they will get less than the face value, only when the total corpus (Class A + Class B) at the time of maturity is not sufficient to pay off the units of Class A alone at face value in full.