Tag: direct mutual fund investment in india

SEBI allows MFs to separate distressed assets. What does it mean and what will be its impact?

In the last Board meeting of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the concept of Side-pocketing was permitted for the first time. What exactly is side pocketing and how does it help mutual fund. Typically, debt funds hold an array of debt securities in their portfolio which include government debt, state government paper,

SYSTEMATIC INVESTMENT PLAN (SIP)

SIP is gaining popularity among investors recently.  SIP is an investment plan wherein one could invest a fixed amount in a mutual fund scheme periodically at regular intervals (weekly, fortnightly or monthly).  It is just like a recurring deposit where you deposit a fixed amount every month.   The SIP installment amount could be as

What Is Expense Ratio In Mutual Funds?

You come across the word expense ratio every time you read about mutual funds. Ever wondered how it works? Here is what it is: Expense ratios a portion of your invested money that goes into managing your fund. These expenses include fund management fee, expenses incurred on selling and marketing, fees paid to the registrar and