At the current stage of the mutual fund industry, it is worth thinking about a performance-linked compensation for fund management
Depending on what you are reading, you might believe that mutual funds in India, as compared to the rest of the world, are too expensive. Or very cheap. The story goes like this. Mutual Fund tracker Morningstar does a biannual study titled Global Fund Investor Experience Study (GFIES). The 2017 study looks at 25 countries and compares them across four parameters (regulation and taxation, disclosure, fees and expenses and sales). India has an overall grade of average, with a top ranking in disclosure, but a below average ranking in fees and expenses. You can see the study here.