FAQ on Mutual Funds

Mutual Funds

What are the expenses involved in a mutual fund?

A mutual fund is managed by an investment management company (popularly called an Asset Management Company). The investment management company charges fee for managing the assets (which is otherwise called as �Asset Management Fee�). The fee is charged as a percentage on the total assets managed by the company. This fee is adjusted to the NAV (Net Asset Value) declared on every trading day. Apart from the asset management fee, there are other charges like custodian charges, printing and stationary charges, brokerage charges and others. These charges are also adjusted to the daily NAV. Usually; the total charges are about 2.5% of the assets managed.
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