How to read A Mutual Fund Fact Sheet
Mutual Funds are fast emerging as an important form of investments in India. Mutual Funds now have over Rs.7,00,000 crore in assets under management and are growing at a rapid pace. The management of mutual funds is becoming more professional. On the other hand, the regulatory and disclosure framework is now at par with the international standards.
This Program provides the employees of mutual funds, distributors and investors useful and keen insights on various aspects of the functioning of the mutual fund industry.
Mutual Fund Concept, Structure, Role of AMC, Regulators etc., Advantages and Disadvantages, Types of Mutual Fund – Debt, Equity, Hybrid, Asset Allocation, Gold.
Understanding Debt Market – Types of Debt Market – Money Market, Corporate Bond Market, Government Securities Market, Concept of Credit rating, YTM, Modified Duration, Average Maturity, Expense Ratio etc. How the data is represented in Factsheet. Various Types of Debt Fund – Liquid Fund, Short Term Debt Fund, Long Term Debt Fund, Credit Fund, FMP
Types of Equity Fund – Large cap, Midcap, Multi cap, Sector, ELSS. Performance comparison, Types of Hybrid Fund – MIP, Balance Fund, Asset Allocation Fund etc., Style Box, Style of Management – Active, passive, Bottom Up, Top down, Value , growth etc.
Ratio used in Mutual Fund – Sharpe Ratio, Standard Deviation, Treynor Ratio, Beta, Tracking Error etc. Direct and Regular Plans, Fees in Mutual Fund, Taxation of Mutual Fund, Platforms for transaction in Mutual Fund.
Investors, Distributors of Mutual Funds, UTI Agents and other Mutual Fund Agents, Employees of Mutual Funds, Brokers, Sub-brokers, Financial Intermediaries and Investment Consultants Executives in Asset Management Companies, Portfolio Managers & Investment Advisors
1 day10.00 am to 5.30 pm
Rs. 4,375.00.00 + Applicable Taxes per participant inclusive of tuition fees, and (morning / evening) refreshments only.
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