Mutual Funds
A presentation by :
Abhishek Singh
Ashwani Gupta
Jaspreet Singh Rajpal
Rubina Chakma
What is a Mutual Fund?
• A Mutual Fund is a trust that pools the savings of a number of investors
who share a common finan...
Asset Under Management

As on March’11

AMC wise AUM

3
Risk – Return Trade Off

4
5
6
ASSET UNDER MANAGEMENT AND FOLIOS - CATEGORY WISE - AGGREGATE - AS ON
September 30, 2013
Types of Schemes
Liquid/Money Mar...
Types of Schemes
Debt Oriented

Investor Classification
Corporates

AUM (Rs.
% to Total
Cr)

% to Total

239057.48

Retail...
Types of Schemes
Balanced

Investor Classification
Corporates

AUM (Rs.
% to Total
Cr)

No of
Folios

% to Total

10.92

1...
Types of Schemes
ETFs(other than Gold)

Investor Classification

AUM (Rs.
% to Total
Cr)

No of
Folios

% to Total

Corpor...
Category Wise AUM

11
Systematic Investment Plan
An investment plan to invest a
fixed amount regularly at a
specified frequency say, monthly
or ...
Benefits of SIP
• Regular
• Power Of Compounding
• Rupee Cost Averaging
• Forced saving

• Automated
• Light on the wallet...
Thank You

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  1. 1. Mutual Funds A presentation by : Abhishek Singh Ashwani Gupta Jaspreet Singh Rajpal Rubina Chakma
  2. 2. What is a Mutual Fund? • A Mutual Fund is a trust that pools the savings of a number of investors who share a common financial goal. • Anybody with an investible surplus of as little as a few thousand rupees can invest in Mutual Funds. • These investors buy units of a particular Mutual Fund scheme that has a defined investment objective and strategy. • The money collected is invested by the fund manager in different types of securities. These could range from shares to debentures to money market instruments, depending upon the scheme’s stated objectives. • The income earned through these investments and the capital appreciation realized by the scheme are shared by its unit holders in proportion to the number of units owned by them. 2
  3. 3. Asset Under Management As on March’11 AMC wise AUM 3
  4. 4. Risk – Return Trade Off 4
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  7. 7. ASSET UNDER MANAGEMENT AND FOLIOS - CATEGORY WISE - AGGREGATE - AS ON September 30, 2013 Types of Schemes Liquid/Money Market Investor Classification Corporates AUM (Rs. % to Total Cr) No of Folios % to Total 100356.21 82.16 21347 8.77 Banks/FIs 7387.65 6.05 419 0.17 FIIs High Networth Individuals* 1010.74 0.83 60 0.02 11371.4 9.31 34243 14.06 Retail 2028.28 1.66 187441 76.97 Total Grand Total Gilt 122154.28 122154.28 Corporates 100 243510 100 243510 Retail 3924 6.15 0.42 32 0.05 59 0.8 5 0.01 2765.08 37.43 6623 10.37 341.5 FIIs High Networth Individuals* 56.73 30.82 Banks/FIs 4190.03 4.62 53253 83.42 Total 7386.43 Grand Total 129540.71 100 63837 307347 100 7
  8. 8. Types of Schemes Debt Oriented Investor Classification Corporates AUM (Rs. % to Total Cr) % to Total 239057.48 Retail 1.85 1.07 1207 0.02 0.18 37 0 151337.28 35.64 558226 8.98 28900.8 High Networth Individuals* 114851 750.31 FIIs 56.3 4537.85 Banks/FIs 6.81 5539692 89.15 Total 424583.72 Grand Total Equity Oriented No of Folios 100 6214013 554124.43 100 6521360 Corporates 14784.66 9.1 192777 0.62 Banks/FIs 1317.16 0.81 998 0 FIIs 2582.63 1.59 106 0 34971.23 21.53 340994 1.09 108793.39 66.97 30634873 98.28 High Networth Individuals* Retail Total 162449.07 Grand Total 716573.5 100 31169748 37691108 100 8
  9. 9. Types of Schemes Balanced Investor Classification Corporates AUM (Rs. % to Total Cr) No of Folios % to Total 10.92 16304 0.59 37.54 Banks/FIs 1661.92 0.25 68 0 FIIs High Networth Individuals* 4.13 0.03 2 0 5161.26 33.91 51291 1.87 Retail 8353.39 54.89 2675537 97.53 Total Grand Total Gold ETF 15218.24 731791.75 Corporates 100 2743202 100 40434310 5666.63 54.41 4623 0.86 Banks/FIs 3.89 0.04 8 0 FIIs High Networth Individuals* 3.37 0.03 4 0 1728.61 16.6 10185 1.89 Retail 3012.81 28.93 524411 97.25 Total 10415.32 Grand Total 742207.06 100 539231 100 40973541 9
  10. 10. Types of Schemes ETFs(other than Gold) Investor Classification AUM (Rs. % to Total Cr) No of Folios % to Total Corporates 430.48 30.93 4243 2.67 Banks/FIs 24.01 1.73 19 0.01 FIIs 57.62 4.14 16 0.01 High Networth Individuals* 558.5 40.12 2772 1.75 23.08 151575 100 158625 95.56 100 Retail Total Grand Total Fund of Funds investing Overseas Corporates 321.33 1391.96 743599.02 41132166 High Networth Individuals* Retail Total Grand Total 1416 0.81 0.02 2 0 0 FIIs 16.87 0.59 Banks/FIs 399.88 0 0 0 1237.7 52.23 8405 4.8 30.87 165445 100 175268 94.4 731.53 2369.69 745968.71 100 41307434 10
  11. 11. Category Wise AUM 11
  12. 12. Systematic Investment Plan An investment plan to invest a fixed amount regularly at a specified frequency say, monthly or quarterly. SIP is a simple method of investing used across the world as a means to creating wealth 12
  13. 13. Benefits of SIP • Regular • Power Of Compounding • Rupee Cost Averaging • Forced saving • Automated • Light on the wallet 13
  14. 14. Thank You 14
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