Regulators in the Financial Market of India – The Regulatory Setup

Financial Sector is one of the major sectors in the Indian Economy. It has been consistently rising since last 2 decades. There various tasks and operations performed in the financial market. There are many authorities who play important roles to regulate these processes. In this post, we will discuss the key regulators in the financial market in India who regulate the financial operations.

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Performance of Financial Service Sector In India: Past and Future

The financial service sector in India has a great impact on the Indian Economy. It is doubtless to say that this sector is dominating the economy of India. The Indian Brand and Equity Foundation (IBEF) has recently published in its report the growth and future perspectives of the Indian Financial Service sector. In this post, we have summarized the extracts of this report.

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Offshore Funds – Advantages and Associated Risks

Offshore funds are a variety of mutual funds that invest in foreign countries and avail the benefit of growth in a different country. This post discusses offshore funds with their advantages and associated risks. What are Offshore Funds? An offshore fund is an investment fund (or mutual fund) that invest in international market. This fund may be a unit trust or a limited partnership or investment fund of an asset management company. These funds are specialized in investing the asset in securities of foreign companies or corporations. The offshore funds have non-resident investors. They are monitored and regulated by the […]

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Gilt Fund: What are Gilt Funds? Top Gilt Funds Based on Crisil Ranking

There are various types of mutual funds. Gilt Funds are also a type of mutual funds which fall into Debt Fund category. This post discusses the Gilt Funds with their meaning and working. We list here top-ranked Gilt funds based on their Crisil ranking. What are Gilt Funds? A Gilt Fund is an investment fund (or mutual fund) that invest the asset only in government securities, mostly in government bonds. This is in order to satisfy the risk security for investors. These funds are debt funds because they invest in debt securities. It is not necessary for a guilt fund to […]

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