BSE - Mutual Funds Programe
BSE Training Institute Mumbai

Type: Certification

Category: Commerce, Banking & Finance

Sub Category: Capital Markets

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About BSE - Mutual Funds Programe Course

Here are the details of BSE - Mutual Funds Programe Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.

OBJECTIVES

Mutual Funds are fast emerging as an important form of investments in India. Mutual Funds now have over Rs.5,00,000 crore  in assets under management and  are growing at a rapid pace. The competition is getting intense by the day. The management of mutual funds is becoming more professional. On the other hand, the regulatory and disclosure framework has now reached international standards.This programme launched by BSE Training Institute provides  employees of mutual funds, distributors and investors useful and keen insights on various aspects of the functioning of the mutual fund industry.


The objectives of this programme are :

    •          To provide knowledge about the organisation and management of mutual funds.
    •          To provide fund distributors the knowledge and insights required for them to become better agents and informed investment advisors.
    •          To provide mutual fund employees with an understanding of the complexities of the mutual fund functions internally and externally.
    •          To provide investors with the knowledge of risks and rewards of investing in mutual funds.
    •          To equip  financial intermediaries like agents, brokers, sub-brokers and employees of mutual funds to pass the AMFI Certification Test.



PROGRAMME CONTENTS

Day 1 - BASIC MODULE - 4 Sessions

Session 1

    •  Evolution and Regulatory Framework Governing the Mutual Funds Industry
      1. The Concept and Role of Mutual Funds
        1. International Scenario
        2. History of Mutual Funds in India
        3. Types of Mutual Fund Products
      2. Fund Structures, Organisation and Constituents
        1. Sponsor, Trustee and AMC
        2. Organisational Design and Legal Structure
        3. Other Constituents - Fund Mergers and Scheme Takeovers
      3. Legal and Regulatory Environment
        1. Role of Regulatory Agencies for the Fund and its Constituents
        2. Compliances & Trusteeship Issues
        3. Role of SRO
        4. Investor's Rights and Obligations

Session 2

    • Investing in Mutual Funds
      1. Investing in Mutual Funds: Understanding the Process, Investment Objective.
      2. Prospectus / Offer Document and Key Information Memorandum,
      3. Processes, Rights and Obligations for Investors

Session 3

    • Portfolio Management using Comparative Analysis
      1. Capital Markets and Investment & Portfolio Management
        1. Equity Markets and Mutual Funds
        2. Debt Markets and Mutual Funds
        3. Derivatives Markets and Mutual Funds
        4. Investment Policy
        5. Restrictions on Investments

Session 4

    • NAV, Pricing, Valuation, Accounting & Taxation
      1. NAV Concepts and Pricing
      2. Accounting
      3. Valuation Norms for Securities
      4. Reporting and Disclosure Norms
      5. Taxation



Day 2 - INTERMEDIATE MODULE - 4 Sessions

For Investors, Financial Intermediaries and Employees of Mutual Funds

Session 1

    • Measuring and Evaluating Mutual Fund Performance
      1. Risk and Performance Evaluation
      2. Measuring Returns
      3. Tracking Mutual Funds Performance
    • Role of an Intermediary as a "Financial Planner"
    • Helping Investors with Financial Planning using Mutual Funds
      1. Concept of Financial Planning for the Investors
      2. Need for Financial Planning
      3. Basis of Financial Planning.
      4. Life Cycle and Wealth Cycle stages
      5. Investment Products
      6. Financial Planning Strategies for Investors

Session 2

    • SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) & Developing Model Portfolio using Product Mix
      1. Financial Planning Strategies & Tools
      2. Asset Allocation- The Strategic Tool and Model Portfolio
      3. Recommending  Financial Planning Strategies for Investors
      4. Comparison of Investments from available products
      5. Selecting the Right Investment Products for Investors
      6. Fund Selection from available products

Session 3

    • Risk Management Associated with the Mutual Funds Industry
      1. Helping Investors Understand Risks in Fund Investing
      2. Investment Philosophy
        1. Value Investment
        2. Growth Investment
      3. Recommending the Model Portfolio and Selecting the Right Funds
      4. Strategies & "How to make Mutual Funds work for you"

Session 4

    • Marketing, Distribution, Sales & Investor Services related to Mutual Funds
      1. Design of Mutual Fund Products
      2. Who can invest in Mutual Funds in India?
      3. Investor Services - Application, Redemption, Investment Plans & Services
      4. Marketing of Mutual Funds Products
      5. Fund Distribution Channels
      6. Sales Practices.
    • AMFI Code of Conduct - Ethics and Best Practices

TARGET AUDIENCE

Investors, Distributors of  Mutual Funds, UTI agents and other Mutual Fund agents, Employees of Mutual Funds, Brokers, Sub-brokers, Financial Intermediaries and Investment Consultants Executives in Asset Management Companies, Portfolio Managers & Investment Advisors

 

DURATION & TIMINGS

 2 days
 9.30 am to 5.30 pm

FEES

Rs. 4,200.00 +
10.3% (Service Tax + Education Cess) per participant inclusive of course material, tuition fees, snacks and lunch.



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About the College

BSE has carved out a unique position among stock exchanges in the world in respect of knowledge development and management. It set up an exclusive training facility way back in 1989 which has now emerged as the leading facility in financial and securities market training in India.

BTI currently offers 36 courses, conducted over 180 programmes attended by over 8,200 participants a year. Participants are not only from all over the country but also from South Asia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. BTI also conducts various customised programmes for leading corporate and financial institutions.



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