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Indian Mutual Funds Handbook (4th Edition with a New Chapter)
A Guide for Industry Professionals and Intelligent Investors
Indian Mutual Funds Handbook (4th Edition with a New Chapter) : Sundar Sankaran : Vision Books : Book (ISBN: 8170949645)
Price: Rs. 675
ISBN13/10: 9788170949640 / 8170949645
Latest Print in 2016
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Table of Contents
"I recommend this book to everyone who wants to make informed investment
decisions" Shekhar Sathe, Kotak Mahindra
Like in the US and Japan, mutual funds are becoming an indispensable investment avenue for Indian investors. This comprehensive handbook by an expert lays out the working of Indian mutual funds, their operational and regulatory mechanisms, the advantages and limitations of investing in them along with sensible approaches to personal financial planning. The author’s experience of handling hundreds of training programmes ensures an engaging and easy to understand approach to mastering the subject.
Benefits of investing in mutual funds; how they compare with other investment avenues.
The different types of equity, debt, balanced and liquid schemes available for investment — and the rewards and risks each one entails.
NAV — what it reveals, its calculation and finer nuances.
The costs of investing in mutual funds — loads, expenses and management fee.
Investing in gold, real-estate and art through mutual funds.
The safety net of mutual fund investing — information disclosure and investor protection stipulated by SEBI.
New in 4th Edition — Smart Beta and Performance Attribution.
"A comprehensive guide to the world of Indian mutual funds" — The Economic Times
"I recommend this book to everyone who wants to make informed investment decisions" — Shekhar Sathe, Kotak Mahindra
"Ideal for Investors . . . (in) mutual funds" — Business World
"Just the right book" — The Hindu Business Line
"The best book that I have come across for understanding mutual funds. Will be useful for employees of asset management companies, marketing intermediaries, investors and students — any one who wants insights into mutual funds in India." — M. Subramanian, CEO India, Barclays Bank plc.
"The common sense approach to mutual funds makes interesting reading." — C. Jayaram, Joint Managing Director, Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Co Ltd.
"I congratulate you for a genuine effort at demystification and to make understanding of mutual funds crisp and simple." — P.G.R. Prasad, former Managing Director, SBI Funds Management Pvt Ltd.
"If you think you know everything about mutual funds, read the book to find out how much you do not know!" — Prof. G. Sethu, former Dean, UTI Institute of Capital Markets
"Very comprehensive. Covers every topic relating to the mutual fund industry in simple language." — M.V. Suryanarayana, former Chief Exec, Jeevan Bima Sahayog Asset Mgt Co.
"An attempt to unfold various facets of mutual fund industry at a time when industry is poised for accelerated growth rate is a welcome move." — Manubhai Parekh, former Managing Director, BOB Asset Mgt Co. Ltd.
"The chapter on financial planning may catalyse several new business models in mutual fund distribution." — Niraj Chokshi & Jignesh Desai, Directors, NJ IndiaInvest
"For those who are joining the mutual funds show, Sundar Sankaran has just the right book for you. . . . And Sundar is confident you'd make money in mutual funds." — The Hindu Business Line
founder-director of Advantage-India
Consulting Pvt. Ltd (www.advantage-
india.com) an 18-year old strategy
consulting and knowledge incubation
boutique. He has also founded finberry
academy pvt ltd (www.finberry.org) and
Sundar is renowned as an
effective trainer, who can simplify
concepts, and catalyse learning through
linkages with day-to-day examples. He
operates with equal ease at macro-level
perspective programs as well as micro-
drill-down programs. His programs, which
cover the entire range from leadership
to product to selling, are not merely
for knowledge dissemination; they seek
to bring change within participants, so
that they are enthusiastic about the
Wide experience across
geographies, markets and products have
helped Sundar conceptualise several
unique seminars and workshops, such as
EconoView (www.EconoView. biz),
PondSkill (www.pondskill.biz), Don’t
Sell (www.Dont-Sell.biz) and MISCHIEF
years, Sundar has trained over 20,000
participants across a range of
innovative programs. Participants
— Kotak Mahindra, Fidelity, Standard
Chartered, Canbank Tata, LIC, Unit Trust
of India, SBI, HDFC, Optimix and BOB.
Kotak Mahindra Bank, State Bank of
India, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Citi,
Deutsche Bank, Standard Chartered Bank,
ABN Amro Bank, Corporation Bank, Bank of
Rajasthan, Bank of Baroda, Bank of
India, Punjab National Bank and State
Bank of Hyderabad.
distributors — Kotak Securities, JM
Morgan Stanley Distribution, ICICI
Capital, Cholamandalam Distribution, NJ
IndiaInvest, Birla Sunlife Distribution,
Integrated Finance and Bajaj Capital.
Media — The Times of India, The Economic
Times, Financial Express, Business Line,
Sundar has worked in senior
capacities at Bajaj Auto and Kotak
Mahindra. His hands-on feel of financial
markets and industry is well
complemented by his academic
qualifications — Post-Graduate Diploma
in Management from Indian Institute of
Management, Ahmedabad (1988), Associate
of the Institute of Company Secretaries
of India (1992) and Associate of the
Institute of Cost Accountants of India
Sundar is active with various
industry bodies. He is a member of the
Banking and Finance Committee of the
Indian Merchants’ Chamber.
His other passions include
reading, Indian classical music and
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