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Mutual funds are professionally managed fund, which pools investment from several investors to invest in capital assets.

* Higher returns than bank deposit


* Managed by professionals & experts

* Invest and withdraw anytime, anywhere

How do Mutual Funds work?

Mutual funds work by pooling your money with the money of other investors and investing it in a portfolio of other assets (e.g., stocks, bonds)... Mutual funds are typically managed by a fund manager, who picks all the investments in the portfolio.

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Types of mutual funds & here are they:-

Portfolio Management Service (PMS)

Portfolio Management Services are offered to high net worth Individuals who wish to opt for personalized management of their finances. The term portfolio means the basket of asset classes such as equity, commodities, cash, etc. Portfolio management is managing appropriate combination of securities to generate optimum return and reducing risk through proper diversification. Unlike Mutual Funds, The ownership of securities lies with the investor and actively managed by professional manager. It is a customized investment product based on client needs and objectives.

  • Discretionary Portfolio management services : The investment in discretionary portfolio management is at discretion of the fund manager & client has no intervention in the investment process. Client gives the authority to portfolio manager to manage the securities in the portfolio.

  • Non-Discretionary Portfolio management services : In non discretionary portfolio management services, the portfolio manager can only suggest the investment ideas to client, but the client has full right to take his own decisions.

  • Active Portfolio Management : Active management (also called active investing) refers to a portfolio management strategy where the manager makes specific investments with the goal of outperforming an investment benchmark index or target return.

  • Passive Portfolio Management : Passive management, also referred to as index fund management, involves the creation of a portfolio intended to track the returns of a particular market index or benchmark as closely as possible. Managers select stocks and other securities listed on an index and apply the same weighting.

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