Mutual Funds

Green shoe Option Under SEBI

Green shoe Option and how does it work – SEBI guidelines Green shoe Option was introduced in the Indian capital market 2003 by SEBI. This mechanism is primarily introduced to protect the investors and give a boost to the primary markets. In this mechanism, one of the books running lead manager (BRLM) is appointed as a Stabilizing Agent (SA). His main responsibility is to intervene in the mar...

Capital Market and Meaning

Capital Market Meaning with Recent Trends Capital Market is generally understood as a market for long-term funds and investments in long-term instruments available in this market. However, now this market also includes short-term funds. Capital markets mean the market for all the financial instruments, short-term and long-term, as also commercial, industrial and government paper. The capital marke...

Mutual Funds NAV SIP

Net asset value (NAV) and systematic investment plan (SIP) The net asset value which we know NAV of the fund is the aggregate market value of the assets fund net of its liabilities. if we describe in word then that means the fund is ended or converted, by selling off all the assets in the fund, this is the aggregate value that the shareholders would collectively own. This gives growth to the perce...

Money Market Instruments in India

Money Market Instruments in India RBI allowed the issue of CPs in 1989. The CP is a short-term negotiable instrument, consisting of usance primary notes with a fixed maturity, indicating the short-term obligation of an issuer. Companies as a means of raising the short-term debt issue it. It is issued at a discount to face value basis but can also be issued in interest-bearing form. The issuer prom...

Participatory Notes and SEBI

What is Participatory Notes and SEBI impact The participatory notes short form or we may call it p-note are instruments used by investors and foreign funds who are not listed with the SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) but they all are interested in taking investment in Indian securities. P-notes are commonly issued overseas by the associates of India based domestic institutional broker...

Depositories

Depositories meaning? The depository is an organization which holds securities of the investor in electronic form at the request of the investor through a registered depository participant. it also provides service related to the transaction in securities. How many Depositories are registered with SEBI? At now India two Depositories are registered first one is National Securities Depository Limite...

Scheme offered by the Mutual Funds in India

Open-Ended Vs. Close-Ended Schemes An open-ended scheme is a scheme. in which an investor can buy and sell it is on daily basis: the scheme has a perpetual existence and a flexible, ever-changing corpus. The investors are free to buy and sell any number of units, any point of time, at prices that are linked to the NAV of the units. In these schemes, the investor can invest or dis invest any amount...

What is mutual fund

What is Mutual Fund – Introduction What is a Mutual Fund? Depending upon the risk profile, one should look at investing some part of the savings or earnings in the stock market. But direct investing puts a person at great risk. So, the next best alternative is going to ‘mutual fund’. One can describe a mutual fund as a protector that pools in the savings or funds, from a large nu...

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