1. What is Mutual Fund INVESTORS • Pool money from many investors MUTUAL FUND • Professionally Managed as collective investment scheme INVESTMENT• Invest in stocks,bonds,short term money instruments & other securities
2. Some Facts on Mutual Fund Minimum More than 5 lakh Investment crore assets sizeAmount is Rs 500 More than 1000 44 Mutual fund schemes of Mutualcompanies in India Fund
3. Structure In India Structure of Mutual Fund AssetsSponsor Trustee Management Company(AMC)
4. Sponsor• Who start of thinking Mutual Fund• Approval from SEBI• Enough experience in financial sector
5. Trustees• Registered with SEBI• Sponsor is not trust• After registration trust is known as Mutual Fund• Trustee role is not manage money, their job is to see whether money is managed according to the regulations
6. Assets Management Companies• AMC Approved by SEBI• AMC charge fees for the services• AMC must have 50% independent directors• AMC follows the rules & regulation prescribed by SEBI• Work according to Investment Management Agreement
7. Other Intermediaries • Permission is must for buy/sell of securities byCompliance fund manager Officer • Compliance officer sign the due diligence certificate in the offer document • Safe keeping physical security & keep in eye onCustodian corporate action • Deliveries and receipt of units of an mutual fund • Maintaining investors records RTA • Convert physical to electronic form
8. NFO(New Fund Offering)• Launch of new scheme is known as NFO• Client fill the document known as Key Information Memorandum(KIM)• Distributer give both document to RTA
9. Fund Constituents CUSTODIAN/ DEPOSITORYDISBRITUBER Mutual Fund RTA BANK
10. Investor Rights And Obligation• Investors have a right to receive the dividend within 30 days of declaration.• AMC must dispatch the redemption proceeds within 10 working days of the request• Receive audited annual reports within 6 months from the financial year end.• Investors can approach the investor relations officer for grievance redressal
11. Types of Mutual Fund Open ended Entry & Exit at Schemes Open MarketMutual Fund Close ended Redeem by Schemes fund itself
12. Equity Funds • At least 65% of their Average Weekly Net AssetsEquity invested in Indian Equities. • “If I take high risk, I may get high returns or I mayMutual also incur losses”. • Equity Funds can be classified on the basis of market capitalization of the stocks they invest in –Fund namely Large Cap Funds, Mid Cap Funds or Small Cap Funds
13. Index Funds • Index Funds invest in stocks comprising indices, such as the Nifty 50, which is a broad based index comprising 50 stocksIndex • This Fund will invest in stocks comprising the Nifty and inMutua the same proportion as in the index’. l • Index funds never attempt to beat the index returns, their objective is always to mirror the index returns as closely asFund possible.
14. Diversified Large cap Index Fund • Stock selection to the large cap stocks –Diversified typically the top 100 or 200 stocks with highest market capitalization and liquidity • These funds are actively managed fundsLarge Cap unlike the index f unds which are passively managed, • Fund manager pores over data and researches the company, the economy,Index Fund analyses market trends, takes into account government policies on different sectors
15. Midcap FundInvest in Midcap Actively managed Segment Midcap Funds Investing in CNX Midcap
16. Sectoral Fund Stocks of Single Sector Relax of 10% Investment in single company ETF(Exchange Traded Funds)
17. Other Equity Schemes QuantArbitrage Fund Multi cap fund Fund International GrowthP/E Ratio Fund Equities Fund SchemesElSS (EquityLinked Saving Fund of Funds Schemes)
18. ETF (Exchange Traded Fund)• Mutual fund units which investors buy/sell from the stock exchange• Prices are available on real time• Huge reductions in marketing expenses and commissions as the Authorized Participants are not paid by the AMC• Due to these lower expenses, the Tracking Error for an ETF is usually low. Tracking Error is the acid test for an index fund/ ETF.• Globally there are ETFs on Silver, Gold, Indices• Buying and selling ETFs requires the investor to have demat and trading accounts.
19. Gold ETF’s• Gold ETFs (G-ETFs) are a special type of ETF which invests in Gold and Gold related securities• Every time an investor buys 1 unit of G-ETFs, it is similar to an equivalent quantity of Gold being earmarked for him somewhere• The investor need not worry about theft, locker charges, quality of Gold or changes in fashion as he would be holding Gold in paper form.• The investor may also simply transfer the units to his child’s demat account as well!• The investor will not have to pay any wealth tax on his holdings
20. Market Making as by Authorized Participant Authorized Participants AMC/Custodian Retail Investors
21. Entry & Exit Load Major portion of the Entry Load is used for paying commissions to Entry the distributor No entry load in recent timesLoad Contingent Deferred Sales Exit Charge (CDSC)
22. Net Assets Value (NAV)• Net Assets of a scheme is that figure which is arrived at after deducting all scheme liabilities from its asset.• NAV is calculated by dividing the value of Net Assets by the outstanding number of Units.
23. Expenses in Mutual Fund Ratio of expenses incurred by scheme to its average weekly net assets Expense Ratio For e.g. net asset is 100 cr & annual expenses is Rs 1 Cr then expense ration is 1%Expenses Transaction Charges like Brokerage,STT,Service tax,Cess Portfolio Etc. Turnover It does not Impact Expenses Ratio
24. Taxation Mutual Fund LTCG 20% (More than 12 month) STCG 15%(Less than 12 month)
25. Plan of Mutual Fund Dividend Profit is Option distributedPlan Growth Profit is Option Re-invested
26. Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) Systematic Systematic Investment Plan Transfer Plan Systematic Flexi SIP Withdrawal Plan
27. Liquid Funds Commercial Paper, Certificate of Maturity deposits, TreasuryMoney Less than 1 Bills, Interest rateMarket Year swap, Collateraliz ed Borrowing & Lending Obligations Etc.
28. Debt Funds• Invest money in debt instruments such as short and long term bonds, government securities, t-bills, corporate paper, commercial paper, call money etc• Objectives of a debt fund is usually preservation of capital and generation of income• Retail investors generally find it difficult to directly participate in the debt markets.• Investors can however participate in the debt markets through debt mutual funds• Debt paper is issued by Government, corporate and financial institutions to meet funding requirements
29. Debt Fund • Represents the amount of money taken as loan Face • Face Value is Rs. 100, the borrower will take a loan of Rs. Value 100 from the investor and give the paper to the investor • Coupon represents the interest that the borrower will pay on the Face ValueCoupon • The investor will earn a fixed income (8% on Rs.100 or Rs. 8 per year • How long the borrower has taken a loan • Example that the borrower has taken a Rs. 100 loan,Maturity for a period of 10 years, and he has promised to pay 8% interest annually
30. Debt Fund Schemes Fixed Maturity Capital Protection Gilt Fund Plans Fund • Invest only in• Money received by • Scheme invests some securities issued by the scheme is used portion of investor’s the Government. by the fund money in debt • Invests in managers to buy debt instruments, with the Government securities with objective of capital Securities, interest maturities protection rate risk always• Investors will get • No guarantee that at remains but no credit lesser returns after all times the risk they include the tax investor’s capital liability. will be fully protected.
31. Debt Fund Schemes Balanced Fund MIP’s Child Benefit Plan• Invest in debt as well • Objective of these • Capital protection and as equity instruments. schemes is to provide steady appreciation as These are also known regular income to the well. Parents can as hybrid funds investor by paying invest in these dividends schemes with a 5 – 15 • Investment in the debt year horizon portion provides for the monthly income where investment in the equities provides for the extra return
32. Advantage of Mutual Fund• Investor’s money is managed by professional fund managers and the money is deployed in a diversified portfolio.• Investors can enter / exit schemes anytime they want (at least in open ended schemes).• Investors will continue to get newer products and competition will ensure that costs are kept at a minimum.• Invest with the objective of getting capital appreciation or regular dividends.• Mutual Funds regularly provide investors with information on the value of their investments• Mutual Funds are registered with SEBI