• gold
    unpredictable gold returns. All these problems were successfully discussed in the study and solved through proper facts, figures, analysis and interpretation. REVIEW OF LITERATURE Various studies on exchange traded funds related to small and medium enterprises had been conducted in foreign countries...
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  • mutual fund
    expected to fall (from 21 per cent to 18 per cent) and that of India to rise (from 6 per cent to 11 per cent in 2025), and hence the latter will emerge as the third pole in the global economy after the US and China. Mutual Funds are suitable investments for small individual investors who invest their...
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  • Cross Selling
    fund products of SBI Mutual Fund, general insurance products of New India Assurance Co. Ltd, Credit Card products of SBI Card. In April 2008, cross selling was formally extended to cover units in Corporate Accounts Group and Mid-Corporate Group, vide Corporate Centre letter no MCS/08-09/04 dated 17th...
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  • A Study on Customer Preference on Depositary Account
    evolution of the Indian mutual fund industry in the year 1963. The primary objective at that time was to attract the small investors and it was made possible through the collective efforts of the Government of India and the Reserve Bank of India. The history of mutual fund industry in India can be...
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  • INTERACTION BETWEEN MUTUAL FUNDS AND MACRO-ECONOMIC VARIABLES: A GHANAIAN
    , Inflation, Augmented Dickey Fuller Test, Grange Causality, Impulse Responses and Variance Decomposition 2 TABLE OF CONTENT 1.0 Introduction 4 2.0 Review of Relevant Literature 7 2.1 Ghana’s Macroeconomic Environment 9 2.2 Mutual Funds and Flow Performance 12...
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  • Impact of Fii's on Sensex
    the research project, probable sources of literature review, sampling plan, etc. | 2. Schedule for implementation of Management Thesis: A weekly schedule should be presented. It includes literature survey, research methods, design of questionnaire, sampling plan, collection of data, analysis of...
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  • zcvszc
     (President, Fidelity Personal Workplace and Institutional Services) Kathleen Murphy (President, Fidelity Personal Investing) Products Investment management, mutual funds, online brokerage AUM US$ 1.7 trillion (2013) Employees 41,000+ (2013) Website Fidelity.com FMR LLC (Fidelity Management...
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  • Consumer Behavioral
    investors. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Lenard et., al. (2003) empirically investigated investor’s attitudes toward mutual funds. The results indicate that the decision to switch funds within a fund family is affected by investor’s attitude towards risk, current asset allocation...
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  • Role of Mutual Fund in India
    working of a mutual fund: [pic] (Mutual Fund Operation Flow Chart) HISTORY OF INDIAN MUTUAL FUND The mutual fund industry in India started in 1963 with the formation of Unit Trust of India, at the initiative of the Government of India and Reserve Bank The history of mutual funds in India can be...
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  • A Study on Perception of Graduate Students in Iium: a Comparative Analysis Between Takaful and Conventional Insurance in Malaysia.
    Islamic insurance in Malayisa. 4.0 Literature Review: 4.1. Maqasid Al- shariah: We will complete this part in our final report. 4.2. Conventional Insurance: According to Khan (2003), Insurance provides the means for people to transfer financial loss for agreed consideration called ‘premium...
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  • sip religare
    NO 2 Company profile 5– 10 3 Vision and Mission 11 4 Swot analysis 12 5 Services provided by RSL 14 – 24 6 Types of Trading 25 – 26 7 Literature Review 27 – 29 8 Objectives of the project 30 9 Research methodology 31 – 33 10 Questionnaire 34 – 38 11 Data Analysis...
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  • Analysis
    Review Literature NCFM modules a. Financial market b. Capital Market c. Equity Derivatives Overview of the company Fortune Financial Services (India) Limited was incorporated in the year 1991 by Mr. J. T. Poonja, Chairman and Mr.Nimish C Shah, Vice Chairman and...
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  • Research Paper
    corporations. Ownership Mutual Funds According to association of mutual funds in india indivisual investors held slightly under 50% of mutual funds assets and corporation held slightly over 50% as of the end march 2007. History of mutual fund industry In India, the mutual fund industry started...
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  • Project on Hdfc
    REVIEW OF LITERATURE ASSOCIATION OF MUTUAL FUNDS IN INDIA (AMFI). Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI) is an apex body of asset management companies of the Mutual Fund registered in India. It was incorporated on the August 22nd 1995 as a non-profit making...
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  • Service Dilevery
    network has more than 900 locations in 300 cities & town in India. Religare provides the online gateway to their investors so investor can trade online in equities, commodities, apply for IPO’s, invest in mutual funds, and buy Insurance. Religare gives interest on utilized cash when...
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  • innvestment patter
    Nadu, India E-mail: drvrpalanivelu@gmail.com K.Chandrakumar Department of Management Studies, PGP College of Arts and Science, Namakkal, Tamil Nadu, India E-mail: mail2kchandrakumar@gmail.com Abstract Investment is the employment of funds on assets with the aim of earning income or...
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  • Finance Research Paper
    . One such financial intermediary who has played a significant role in the development and growth of capital markets is Mutual Fund (MF). The concept of MFs has been on the financial landscape for long in a primitive form. The story of mutual fund industry in India started in 1963 with the formation...
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  • Portfolio Management
    investment contracts and more commonly via collective investment schemes e.g. mutual funds or exchange-traded funds). The term asset management is often used to refer to the investment management of collective investments, (not necessarily) whilst the more generic fund management may refer to all forms...
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  • Misselling the Biggest Challange for Emerging Economies
    India mis-selling is also rampant in case of insurance products (especially ULIP products), mutual funds, pension products, derivative products distribution. As per the research report published by India Infoline one in four financial products being bought in India is mis-sold. It shakes the belief...
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  • Mutual Funding: Impact on the Ghanaian Economy” (a Case Study of Selected Mutual Fund Companies in Ghana)
    financial market of India, especially as a result of the initiatives taken by the Govt. of India for resolving problems relating to UTI’s US-64 and to liberalize tax liabilities on the incomes earned by the mutual funds. They now play a very significant role in channelizing the saving of millions of...
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