Among debt-oriented schemes, overnight funds — invest in securities with a maturity of one day — received flows worth about  ₹20,650 crore, the highest among the fixed-income segment last month
Among debt-oriented schemes, overnight funds — invest in securities with a maturity of one day — received flows worth about 20,650 crore, the highest among the fixed-income segment last month

Mutual funds' asset base hits all-time high of 27 lakh crore in November

  • Fund managers attributed growth in the asset base to strong inflows of around 51,000 cr in debt-oriented schemes
  • Mutual fund houses witnessed an overall inflow of 54,419 cr last month as compared to 1.33 lakh cr in October

New Delhi: Mutual fund industry saw its assets base surpassing 27 lakh crore-mark in November-end on the back of inflows in debt-oriented schemes including banking and PSU funds, which have a high allocation to highest rated bonds.

The 44-player industry logged an assets under management (AUM) of 26.33 lakh crore in October-end, as compared to 27.04 lakh crore by November end, representing a growth of 3 per cent, according to data from the Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi).

Mutual fund houses witnessed an overall inflow of 54,419 crore last month as compared to 1.33 lakh crore in October.

Fund managers attributed growth in the asset base to strong inflows of around 51,000 crore in debt-oriented schemes.

Among debt-oriented schemes, overnight funds -- invest in securities with a maturity of one day-- received flows worth about 20,650 crore, the highest among the fixed-income segment last month.

Apart from this, banking & PSU funds received funds to the tune of 7,230 crore, while 6,938 crore was infused in liquid funds, with investments in cash assets such as treasury bills, certificates of deposit and commercial paper for shorter horizon.

The open-ended equity schemes witnessed an infusion of 1,312 crore, while there was an outflow of 379 crore in close-ended equity plans, taking total equity inflows to 933 crore last month. In October, net inflow in such schemes stood at 6,015 crore.

"While, equity net inflows have come down sharply in November, partly due to investors booking profits, the overall mutual fund industry AUM reached an all-time high of 27 lakh crore," AMFI CEO N.S. Venkatesh said

"Goal-based, long term systematic investment plan (SIP) investments from retail investors continue to grow steadily, with SIP AUM at an all-time high at 3.12 lakh crore," he added.

Besides, gold exchange-traded funds saw an inflow of over 7 crore after witnessing an outflow of 31.45 crore in October.

Prior to that, the safe-heaven asset saw an infusion of 44 crore in September and 145 crore in August.

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