Mutual funds in the Indian private sector - their operations and future role by D. Ramesh and S.M. Sundaram (Student Project) Ramesh, D.

By: Ramesh, D
Contributor(s): Sundaram, S.M
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1986Description: 110 p.Subject(s): Mutual Funds | Operations | Future | Project report (student)DDC classification: SP 1986/25 Summary: The first part of the report has been devoted to understanding the concept of mutual funds and the different types of mutual funds in existence abroad. The mutual fund operations abroad have been assessed. The next part of the report dwells on the need for mutual funds in the private sector in India, in the context of the already existing mutual fund in the public sector - the Unit Trust of India. An assessment of the need for private mutual funds revealed in the report that such funds could not be developed unless double taxation of their income is avoided and a suitable regulatory environment comes into existence. The salient features of the regulatory environment suggested are also discussed.
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The first part of the report has been devoted to understanding the concept of mutual funds and the different types of mutual funds in existence abroad. The mutual fund operations abroad have been assessed. The next part of the report dwells on the need for mutual funds in the private sector in India, in the context of the already existing mutual fund in the public sector - the Unit Trust of India. An assessment of the need for private mutual funds revealed in the report that such funds could not be developed unless double taxation of their income is avoided and a suitable regulatory environment comes into existence. The salient features of the regulatory environment suggested are also discussed.

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