Current Scenario of Mutual Fund in India

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A Report

On

“ANALYSIS OF MUTUAL FUNDS”

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SUBMITTED BY:

RASHI GUPTA

CONTENTS

• Acknowledgement
• Preface
• About KARVY
History
Credo
Financial Products
Wings
Achievements
• Introduction of Mutual Fund
Types
Objectives
Structure
Benefits
• Research Design
• Findings
• Conclusion
• Bibliography

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

‘SUCCESS CAN NEVER BE ATTAINED WITHOUT PROPER GUIDANCE’

Nothing concrete can be achieved without an optimal combination of inspiration and perspiration. No work can be accomplished without taking the guidance of the import.

This work is a synergistic product of many minds. This began as part of project semester of my MBA program. I am grateful for the inspiration; encouragement, information and wisdom of many resource people who help me bring this report into life.

I thank Mr. Abhishek Mishra (Area head, KARVY STOCK BROKING LTD. Dehradun) for giving me the opportunity to work in the finance dept., that is the field I wanted to work in and would like to take up in the future as my career.

I am grateful to Mr. Tribhuwan Singh Mall (Company Guide) and Mr. Arvind Mohan (Project guide) who extended his whole-hearted and unreserved help to me throughout this project and enabled me to give the project its present shape.

I would also like to extend my thanks to all the supporting staff of KARVY STOCK BROKING LTD. DEHRADUN and my parents who really inspired to take many necessary actions independently.

Thank you all!

PREFACE

This project has been prepared in the fulfillment of the degree of Master of Business Administration (Uttaranchal Technical University, Dehradun). I have tried my best to present the best for my project title “ANALYSIS OF MUTUAL FUNDS” under the guidance of all Karvy staff and my faculties of GEIT College.

Mutual funds are now the most appropriate investment option for the investors. As financial markets become more sophisticated and complex, investors need a financial intermediary who provides the required knowledge and professional expertise on successful investing. It is no wonder then that the birthplace of the mutual funds – the USA – the fund industry has already overtaken the banking industry, more funds are being under mutual fund management than deposit with banks.

The Indian Mutual Fund industry has already started opening up many of the exciting investment opportunities to the Indian investors. We have started witnessing the phenomenon of more savings now being entrusted to the funds than to the banks. Despite the expected continuing growth in the industry, Mutual Funds are still a new financial intermediary in India. Hence, it is important for the investors, the Mutual Fund agents, the Mutual Fund distributors, then investment advisors and even the fund employees acquire better knowledge of what Mutual Funds are, what they cannot, and how they function differently from other intermediaries such as banks.

An intensive effort has been made to provide a detailed study of the project title.

About Karvy

KARVY-India’s premier integrated personal financial advisory group with a wide network of 575 offices & 7300 professionals operating from 387 towns/cities and also established presence in UAE & USA.

KARVY, ranked among the top five in the country in all its business segments, services over 20 million individual investors in various capacities, and provide investor services to over 600 corporate, compromising the who is who of Corporate India.

In 1982, a group of Hyderabad-based practicing Charted Accountants started KARVY Consultants Ltd with a capital of Rs.1,50,000 offering auditing and taxation services initially. Later, it forayed into the Registrar and Share Transfer activities and...
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