The Origin and Growth of Mutual Funds in India and the Franklin Templeton Case Study

  • Clara Dcosta
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  • Clara Dcosta

    Student at SNDT Law School, India

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The Indian business of Mutual Funds is developing ceaselessly. Putting resources into Mutual Funds is as yet viewed as an unsafe choice. The kinds of mutual funds choices accessible to an investor make it perhaps of the most adaptable and thorough speculation that are useful for individuals who will contribute. The guidelines of RBI and SEBI on the mutual fund industry make it a more secure choice to expand your benefits and put cash in something valuable. Mutual Fund Industry in India is thriving and going exponentially. The Mutual Fund industry in India has been booming for a long time. The SEBI rules are significant for Mutual Fund as they guarantee that mutual fund work in a straightforward and fair way, safeguarding the interests of the investor. The purpose of this paper is to examine the consistence of an AMC of a Mutual Funds concerning the SEBI (Mutual Funds) Regulations,1996, prompting the winding up of the six schemes. The research paper begins with the origin of mutual funds and covers the five phases of the growth of mutual funds in India that lead to Mutual Funds being a large part in the bloom of monetary services in the country. The paper is fuelled by the laws and regulations that are applicable on the Mutual Fund industry by the SEBI and RBI. The Case expresses the inward frameworks, consistence, risk the executives rehearses, inside exchanging, and technique for arrangement of plans by the AMC. The FT-MF (Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund) proclaimed deliberately wrapping up its six obligation Mutual Fund schemes in India under regulations of Mutual Fund in India expressing recovery tensions and absence of liquidity in the security market because of the Coronavirus and furthermore to safeguard the investors worth.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 67 - 81


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