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Paytm Money Gets SEBI Node For Selling Mutual Funds

eWallet to Mutual Fund - Paytm gets SEBI node as registered investment advisor for selling of mutual funds in India. Paytm Money – the wholly-owned wealth management arm of financial services platform of Paytm. After getting node from SEBI, Paytm is...

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Top Performing Small Cap Mutual Funds To Invest in 2015

Small Cap Mutual Funds To Invest in 2015 - The share market is at all time high and each day it is caching a new position. There are many investors who are willing to enter the market but hesitate to...

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When Purchased Unit are Transfered in Close Ended Schemes ?

According to SEBI Regulations, transfer of units is required to be done within thirty days from the date of lodgment of certificates with the mutual fund.

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When will I get statement of account after investing in Mutual Fund Scheme ?

Mutual funds are required to despatch certificates or statements of accounts within six weeks from the date of closure of the initial subscription of the scheme. In case of close-ended schemes, the investors would get either a demat account statement...

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How much should I invest in debt or equity Mutual Fund schemes?

This is purely depends on the income level and earning of individual. There are many other cases also where the returns are anticipated and invested accordingly. I would always suggest to invest for long time.

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How is a mutual fund set up?

The process of forming a Mutual Fund companies is little complex as a mutual fund is set up in the form of a trust, which has sponsor, trustees, asset management company (AMC) and custodian. The trust is established by a...

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What is an assured return scheme?

A scheme cannot promise returns unless such returns are fully guaranteed by the sponsor or AMC and this is required to be disclosed in the offer document. TIPS : Investors should carefully read the offer document whether return is assured...

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Can non-resident Indians (NRIs) invest in mutual funds ?

Yes, non-resident Indians can also invest in mutual funds. Necessary details in this respect are given in the offer documents of the schemes.

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