Mutual funds' asset base rose to a little over Rs 24 lakh crore by November-end, an increase of 8 per cent from the preceding month, on strong inflow in liquid schemes. Going ahead, industry body Amfi is hopeful that many more investors will choose mutual funds as their preferred option to grow their wealth next year.
Mutual fund asset base reaches 22 lakh cr
"As India becomes the fastest growing economy and with inflation rates slowing down, equities are expected to perform better in the near future. We are hopeful that next year, many more investors will choose mutual funds as their preferred option to grow their wealth," Amfi Chief Executive NS Venkatesh said.
Liquid funds attracted Rs 1.36 lakh crore, besides, Rs 8,400 crore was invested in equity as well as equity-linked saving schemes and Rs 215 crore inflow was seen in balanced funds. Interestingly, gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs) saw a net inflow of Rs 10 crore after witnessing pull out in past several months.