Ppt on mutual fund industry in india

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to the in order to bringing new investment. 15. Mutual Funds 16. Relief to sick industries 17./ Project Appraisal TYPES OF LEASING Financial Lease According to International Accounting standards (IAS),” a financial lease is a lease that transfers substantially all the risks and rewards incident to ownership of an asset. Title may or may not be transferred ”.  It is usually for longer period and non-cancellable Contractual Agreement.  It is very popular in India/


WHAT IS MUTUAL FUND ??  It is a trust that pools the savings of a number of investors who share a common financial goal.  A diversified, professionally.

the sale of units to the public or a section of the public under one or more schemes for investing in securities, including money market instruments." HISTORY OF MUTUAL FUND IN INDIA 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 of India.  First Phase – 1964-87  Second Phase – 1987-1993 (Entry of Public Sector/


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competence and expert advice on legal and industrial matters needed by users of funds For establishing a new unit Diversify/ /in the secondary market MUTUAL FUNDS Are portfolios that pool the savings of a large number of individuals into a large diversified investment portfolio. Ideal alternative for small savers - inadequate resources - expertise for diversified portfolio, lack of time, and market knowledge. Can own a share of the fund, share costs, profits and losses of the fund. First MF in India – UTI in/


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sector industries in India. The country will spend US$ 45.76 billion on healthcare in the next five years. The Indian IT-ITeS industry has recorded revenues of US$ 23.6 billion in FY 2005-06. THINK INDIA, THINK TIMES CONSUMER INDIA THINK INDIA, THINK TIMES India’/ Nearly 80% of all the mutual funds in India are registered in Mumbai. 21% of the national credit disbursement is done in Mumbai. Mumbai is the highest contributor to the government direct tax. Mumbai city pays 40% of India’s taxes. According to the/


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in the Industrial World Now: Mortgage Broker Creditors: Banks and others Loan Borrower Monthly payments Servicer Loan Cash Monthly payments Issuer of Structured Products -securities- (SIV) Trustee Underwriter Rating Agencies Cash Securities Monthly payments Insurers (monolines) Investors (investment banks, hedge funds, pension funds, mutual funds/ in China. India is at the center of the debate on offshore outsourcing. Dynamism of the IT sector in India contributed to high growth in the last years. But India /


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TRUST TEMPLETON FOREIGN FUND MUTUAL GLOBAL DISCOVERY FUND COUNTRIES INVESTED IN MULTIPLE FUNDS TEMPLETON GLOBAL BOND FUND TEMPLETON FRONTIER MARKETS FUND FRANKLIN INTERNATIONAL SMALL CAP GROWTH FUND TEMPLETON EMERGING MARKETS SMALL CAP FUND TEMPLETON DEVELOPING MARKETS TRUST TEMPLETON FOREIGN FUND MUTUAL GLOBAL DISCOVERY FUND COUNTRIES WHERE MULTIPLE FUNDS INVESTED 58 Franklin Templeton Global and International Fund Lineup Franklin Global Real Estate Fund Franklin India Growth Fund Franklin International/


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in terms of business turnover The BFSI Sector in India impacts the country’s economic conditions and its global relationships Projected increase of 4.5 million in BFSI sector workforce by 2022 Currently, a significant number of skill gaps are reported throughout the industry/ ID: BSC / Q 0601 Brief Job Description: – A mutual fund agent is representative of a bank or similar financial institution, who offers mutual funds to prospective investors, maintains records of their investments and conducts regular/


UNIT 1. Definition of banking – functions of bank - Working of Banks- broad concepts Structure of Banking Industry(SBI, PSBs, Pvt. Banks, Foreign Banks,

bank credit: Growing at 20-30% p.a. due to rapid growth in industrial and agricultural output Development oriented banking: priority sector lending Progress of banking in India Diversification in banking: Banking has moved from deposit and lending to – Merchant banking and underwriting – Mutual funds – Retail banking – ATMs – Mobile Banking – Internet banking – Venture capital funds Profitability of Banks Reforms have shifted the focus of banks from being development/


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Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) have taken several initiatives over the years to give a further fillip to the micro finance movement in India. MICROFINANCE IN INDIA/of collaterals Created a new banking with mutual trust, accountability, transparency, participation and creativityCreated a new banking with mutual trust, accountability, transparency, participation and/ is a member of the Advisory Committee of the MFDEF.The fund is being managed by a board consisting of representatives of NABARD,/


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mutual funds Issue by foreign companies in India: India Depository Receipts(IDRs) India Depository Receipts(IDRs enable foreign companies to raise fresh funds in India by issuing share to Indian nationals /residents in India. It enable globalization of Indian stock market. An IDR is an instrument denominated in Indian rupees in/ such borrowings are low in the international markets. Major borrowers are Reliance Industries, SIDBI, Adani Power, Essar Oil etc. ECB are a key component of India’s external debt. /


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bank credit: Growing at 20-30% p.a. due to rapid growth in industrial and agricultural output Development oriented banking: priority sector lending Progress of banking in India Diversification in banking: Banking has moved from deposit and lending to – Merchant banking and underwriting – Mutual funds – Retail banking – ATMs – Mobile Banking – Internet banking – Venture capital funds Profitability of Banks Reforms have shifted the focus of banks from being development/


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E-Banking. History of banking sector in India The Bank of Bengal obtained its charter with a capital base of Rs 50 lacs in the year 1809. It was given.

industrial enterprisers and extending medium and long term loans to farmers, and to industrialist. Conglomerate diversification Wherein banks adds new products that are entirely different from present product line or markets and technologies different from present one. Like diversification in non banking functions such as merchant banking, leasing and mutual funds/Punjab Ltd IDBI Bank Ltd The following are the Scheduled Foreign Banks in India: American Express Bank Ltd. ANZ Gridlays Bank Plc. Bank of America/


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1 Financial Services India Scenario. 2 Source: India Budget 2013 - 14 Communi cation The financial services sector grew by 2.6 times between FY06 and.

middle class is expected to further contribute to it High Gross Domestic Savings NBFC’s credit grew at a CAGR of 35 percent in FY07-FY12 Retail credit grew 36 percent in FY12 India’s HNWI population to double by 2020 Mutual fund industry AUM recorded a CAGR of 16.8 per cent over FY07–FY13. Robust AUM growth Rank – Financial Development Index (2012) Drivers of/


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Commodity market 1.

agriculture etc. COMMODITY MUTUAL FUNDS Mutual funds which invest in stocks belonging to commodity sectors or fund of funds which invest in other commodity funds etc. COMMODITY /in India. Listed on NYSE NSE Largest stock exchange in India. Highest volume in single stock futures in world. LIC Largest life insurance company in India CRISIL 12% India/in respect of goods including information relating to demand, supply and prices. Risk factors involved Changing demand–supply dynamics. Climatic factors. Industry/


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has been the impact of these losses — which accounted for nearly three-fourths of the overall gains in 2007 —that investor confidence was shattered in just a few months of the downturn. The mutual fund industry in India, with nearly 36 members, was regarded as a safe avenue of mutual gains for investors till 2007 — when their total wealth grew by more than Rs 2,30,000 crore/


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