• Performance of Indian Mutual Fund Industry: Growth Schemes. Perception of investors and performance of mutual fund schemes

Lambert Academic Publishing
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(N.Lakshmi is an Associate Professor in Commerce in Sri GVG Visalakshi College, Udumalpet, India. She is in teaching service for 22 years specializing in Finance and Taxation. She has to her credit university rank, doctoral degree from Pondicherry University, UGC Research Project, publications in refereed International and National journals.)


Mutual funds serve those individuals inclining to invest but lack the technical investment expertise. However, potential investors are perplexed while choosing the right scheme at the time of investment. This concise and compact text has identified mutual funds as less risky compared to equity shares. This book brings to light the panorama of Mutual fund industry in the world and in India. The book also discusses in detail the method of evaluating growth schemes, opinion of fund managers, brokers and investors. It would be best suited to fund managers to identify the determinants of success for mutual funds; attitude of investors towards mutual funds, factors contributing towards satisfaction of unit holders. It would be of great guide to students intending to carryout research relating to mutual funds. It would be an asset to the potential investors to know the criteria’s for choosing mutual fund organization and schemes. This book will highlight the policy makers the need to take steps to increase the attractiveness of mutual funds among investors.

MATERIAS: Growth Schemes, Performance evaluation of mutual fund schemes, CAPM, Risk-adjusted performance measures, Investors Perception, Indian Investors, Indian Mutual Fund Industry, open-end schemes, close-end schemes, mutual funds