Noida, UP India (PressExposure) February 22, 2011 -- Indian mutual funds industry has been witnessing rapid growth for the past few years driven by favorable economic and demographic factors, such as rising personal financial assets, entry of foreign asset management companies, favorable stock market, and aggressive marketing by mutual funds. Although after years of persistent growth, the industry marked a slight fall in the value of Assets Under Management (AUM) during 2008-09, which has affected revenue and profitability of the industry, says our new research report "Indian Mutual Fund Market Analysis".
Our report identifies that, the rising disposable income in the Tier II and Tier III cities have showcased the latent potential for investments in mutual funds. Investors in these cities are gradually awakening to other potential investment areas, like equity and mutual funds, apart from the traditional bank fixed deposits, national savings certificates from gold and real estate. Besides, investments in real estate sector in coming years will drive the mutual fund market in India.
However, presently, Indian mutual funds industry is undergoing a transformation, adapting to the various regulatory changes in entry load, document procedure, and on the tax structure of the mutual fund. This will help the AUM companies to create more revenue and attract investors.
Besides, we have done thorough research and prudent analysis of some critical factors acting as a catalyst for the industry's current and future growth outlook. The report also discusses the market structure, current, and past market performance of the industry. Additionally, it provides a segment level analysis of the industry to facilitate a balanced market understanding.
"Indian Mutual Fund Market Analysis", provides a detail analysis along with current and future outlook of the Indian mutual funds industry and explores the market development and potential. Forecasts and estimations presents in this report are not based on a complex economic model, but are intended as a rough guide to the direction, in which, the industry is likely to move in future.
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