Posts in Category: mutual funds

Mutual fund logos

A logo is a symbol or an emblem which represents graphically, a commercial enterprise or an organisation. The logo helps and promotes instant public recognition of the organisation. So below, are some few logos of popular mutual funds in India.

Mutual fund logos

Mutual Funds – An Overview

A Mutual Fund is a professionally managed investment vehicle that collects a pool of funds from many investors in order

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KYC forms for mutual fund

KYC is an acronym for- Know Your Customer. It allows banks to understand and know their clients and their financial dealings in a better manner. This enables them to serve their clients in a superior way and also helps to manage risks sensibly. KYC forms for mutual funds are available with CAMS or CVL.

You can download CVL KYC form  for mutual funds here

You can download CAMS KYC mutual funds here 

Why KYC?

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Mutual funds serviced by Karvy -Complete list

Karvy had gradually grown as one of the largest Mutual Fund RTA companies after being established in 1982. One of the main strengths of a Mutual Fund RTA is the facility to offer a wide range of Mutual Funds to the investors in one place. Karvy has been a reliable option for all types of investors looking for a perfect set of mutual funds.

Karvy provides the largest Register and Transfer Agent in India in the

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Mutual funds Consolidated Account Statements

What is Consolidated Account Statement?

Consolidated Account Statement or CAS is a single account statement which consists of all the financial holdings and transactions in an investor’s portfolios. This covers all schemes of the mutual funds. This statement provides a consolidated view of an investor’s financial assets. It aids in better understanding of the portfolio across different asset classes. It enables enhanced investor experience and benefits him/her to make better decisions, and simplifies the

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Best Arbitrage Funds to invest in 2017

Looking to invest in Arbitrage funds. We explain arbitrage funds in detail and also list Best Arbitrage funds to invest in.

Arbitrage Funds started gaining traction in India when liquid funds gains started getting taxed. In this post, we look at Best Arbitrage Funds to Invest in India. Taxation and risk are the main factors which concern the investors most. Before 2014, short-term debt funds were considered as best option for risk-free returns from investment in mutual

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What are arbitrage Funds: Meaning, Taxation, risk, liquid fund comparison

Arbitrage Funds are mutual funds with an objective to profit from inefficiency in the price of securities in two different markets. We look at their taxation, meaning and difference with liquid funds in this post. The fund invests in equity and debt instruments. The fund manager applies the arbitrage strategy in the equity portion of the fund and for debt portion; it is invested in short-term debts and liquid funds. The profit from arbitrage fund

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Best Index Funds in India

Ever determined how Index gains or loose points. It all depends on the composition of Index. An index is a composition of stocks with large market capitalisation. Change in the price and weight age of the stocks included in the index moves the points. With the change in market capitalisation of stocks, weightage of stock in the index is determined. We look at the Best Index Funds in India in this post.
In the same way Index

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What is SIP and How SIP works : Working of Systematic Investment Plan

What is SIP?

systematic investment plan (SIP) is a small and easy plan offered to interested mutual fund investors. SIP scheme is very much similar to recurring deposit scheme wherein an investor invests small amount of money on regular basis. The underlying instrument in SIP is mutual fund though unlike RD. The SIP scheme helps an individual investor to invest under in the Mutual Fund scheme in instalment instead of a lump sum of amount. This post

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SIP vs PPF : A Detailed Comparison

A Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is a small and easy plan offered to interested mutual fund investors. SIP scheme is very much similar to recurring deposit scheme wherein an investor invests small amount of money on regular basis. The SIP scheme helps an individual investor to invest under in the Mutual Fund scheme in instalment instead of a lump sum of amount. In this blog SIP vs PPF we compare SIP and PPF with regards to

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Best Short term Debt Funds to invest in India 2017

Investment in the capital markets always exposes your capital to the risk of volatility and is not suitable for those investors who depend on their savings for livelihood. Short Term Debt Mutual Funds provides an alternative to traditional Fixed Deposit and Monthly Income schemes with higher return and low volatility. These are also known as income funds. The fund invests in Govt. and companies debt instrument and money market instrument of shorter duration of maturity of

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