Measuring Performance of Indian Mutual Funds
Indore Institute of Science & Technology
September 15, 2007
Finance India , June 2011
Since the development of the Indian Capital Market and deregulations of the economy in 1992 there have been structural changes in both primary and secondary markets. Mutual funds are key contributors to the globalization of financial markets and one of the main sources of capital flows to emerging economies. Despite their importance in emerging markets, little is known about their investment allocation and strategies. This article provides an overview of mutual fund activity in emerging markets. It describes about their size and asset allocation. This paper is a process to analyze the Indian Mutual Fund Industry pricing mechanism with empirical studies on its valuation. It also analyzes data at both the fund-manager and fund-investor levels. The study reveled that the performance is affected by the saving and investment habits of the people and the second side the confidence and loyalty of the fund Manager and rewards affects the performance of the MF industry in India.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 17
Keywords: Net Asset Value (NAV), Sales Load, Repurchase or 'Back-end' Load, Asset UnderAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: December 8, 2008 ; Last revised: February 18, 2011
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