Mutual Funds are classified on various parameters such as the nature of investments, tenure of investments, the risk profile, and even the time of closure. As far as the last parameter is concerned, mutual funds are of two types – open-ended mutual funds and close-ended funds. The one you would want to choose will depend on your goals and risk appetite. Do you prefer a fund that offers more liquidity? Do you wish to invest a lump sum amount or through systematic investment plans? Do you have a specific investment horizon in mind? You can select a close-ended or an open-ended fund based on the answers to some of these questions.
But how do close-ended and open-ended mutual funds work? Read on to find out.
Helpful information for investors: All Mutual Fund investors have to go through a one-time KYC (know your Customer) process. Investors should deal only with registered mutual funds, to be verified on SEBI website under ‘Intermediaries/ Market Infrastructure Institutions’. For redressal of your complaints, you may please visit www.scores.gov.in . For more info on KYC, change in various details & redressal of complaints, visit mf.nipponindiaim.com/investoreducation/what-to-know-when-investing This is an investor education and awareness initiative by Nippon India Mutual Fund.
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