Assets Under Management (AUM) of Indian Mutual Fund Industry as on October 31, 2021 stood at ₹37,33,204 crore.
What is the total AUM of Indian mutual fund industry?
Assets under management (AUM) for the domestic mutual fund (MF) industry are expected to soar to Rs 92 trillion by 2029-30. This will imply growth of 12.7 per cent annually between FY21 and FY30. The industry’s AUM at the end of June 2021 quarter stood at Rs 34 trillion.
What is the mutual fund size in India?
As of 30 June 2021, the AUM (Assets Under Management) of the Indian mutual fund industry is around INR 33.67 trillion. The AUM of the Indian Mutual fund Industry as of 30 June 2016 was INR 13.81 trillion. The industry has seen a two-fold increase in the span of 5 years.
Which mutual fund has the highest AUM?
|Scheme Name||Current NAV||Category|
|SBI – ETF Nifty 50||0.00||ETF – Equity Based|
|Kotak Standard Multicap Fund – Growth||0.00||Equity – Multi-cap|
|HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund – Growth||0.00||Equity – Mid-cap|
|SBI – ETF Sensex||0.00||ETF – Equity Based|
What is AUM of HDFC Mutual Fund?
Talking in terms of Asset Management Company (AMC) wise assets under management (AUM), HDFC MF stands at 3rd place with Rs 441,352 crores in Sep 2021. SBI MF holds first place with Rs 610,040 crores followed by ICICI MF – Rs 467,542 cr among other AMCs.
How many AMC are there in India?
There are total 44 asset management companies in India as of today (February 2017). 35 of these AMCs are part of the private sector. All the asset management companies are part of Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI). AMFI was incorporated in 1995 as a non-profit organisation of all the registered AMCs in India.
What is the average return on mutual funds in India?
Estimated Returns from Various Mutual Funds in India
|Scheme Name||1 Year||5 Years|
|Aditya Birla SL Frontline Equity Fund (G)||9.47%||16.82%|
|DSPBR Equity Opportunities Fund – Reg (G) 10.67%||10.67%||20.18%|
|Franklin India Bluechip Fund (G)||9.42%||18.98%|
|ICICI Pru Focused Bluechip Equity Fund (G)||13.18%||16.78%|
What is CAGR in mutual fund?
Compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) is one of the most commonly used terms in the mutual fund industry. CAGR represents the compounded growth rate of your investments made in mutual funds. It helps you gauge a mutual fund scheme’s average annual growth over a given time period.
Is NAV same as AUM?
NAV shows what price shares in a fund can be bought and sold at. AUM by contrast refers to the value of assets managed by an individual or firm, not a fund. Unlike NAV, AUM is in reference to the total value of assets being managed rather than expressed on a per-share basis.
Does AUM matter in mutual fund?
AUM or fund size does not have a major impact on performance, other metrics such as portfolio quality, expense ratio, and risk/return metrics have a higher impact on performance. However, in the case of small-cap funds, fund size could matter in tough market conditions.