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  • (bq) part 2 book "financial markets and institutions" has contents: the money markets, the stock market, the foreign exchange market, the international financial system, banking and the management of financial institutions, financial regulation, the mutual fund industry,...and other contents.

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  • We take pride in continuing our association with the CII Mutual Fund Summit. This document presents the perspective of industry stakeholders, along with our points of view, on the current scenario in the mutual fund industry. While a lot has been said about distribution, we have attempted to take an all-encompassing view of the issues and have focussed on looking for the hidden opportunities. We have tried to examine the business structure and its operations in order to find ways of stimulating redesign and innovation.

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  • The mutual fund industry, beset by net redemptions by investors and adverse global and local market conditions, shrank by 1.6% in terms of assets under management during the year FY2011-2012. However, volatile market conditions in the last two years have led to net withdrawals by investors to the tune of 49,406 crore INR in FY 2010-11 and 22,023 crore INR in FY 2011-12, leading to a further drop in AuM, in addition to the drop caused by adverse market movements. The mutual fund industry is primarily debt-oriented with debt funds (including liquid funds) forming 64% of the AuM.

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  • The first time a money market fund broke the buck was in 1994, when the Denver-based Community Banker’s U.S. GovernmentMoney Market Fund reported aNAVof $0.96. It had themisfortune of owning securities that fell sharply in value during the rapid rise in interest rates that year. Because this was a small fund held by a small number of institutional shareholders, the impact was limited. It wasn’t until the credit crisis of 2008 hit that a fund broke the buck in a dramatic way. This was the Reserve Primary Fund—the first money market fund in the United States.

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  • Chapter 17 - Mutual funds and hedge funds. This chapter presented an overview of the mutual fund industry. Mutual funds pool funds from individuals and corporations and invest in diversified asset portfolios. The chapter also discussed the two major categories of mutual funds-short-term and long-term open-end funds highlighting the differences in their growth rates and the composition of their assets.

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  • Our study has signi cant real-world economic implications. European funds grew from a little over $3 trillion during 2000 to nearly $9 trillion during 2007; by the end of 2007, the European industry amounted to nearly three-quarters of the size of the U.S. mutual fund industry, which, over the same period, grew from $7 trillion to $12 trillion. Further, there were over 35,000 European- domiciled mutual funds by the end of 2010 (Investment Company Institute, 2011), almost ve times the number of U.S.-domiciled funds, indicating that the European market is highly frag- mented. ...

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  • (bq) part 2 book "financial markets and institutions" has contents: the stock market, the mortgage markets, the foreign exchange market, the international financial system, banking and the management of financial institutions, financial regulation, the mutual fund industry,...and other contents.

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  • Our results have important implications for the performance of the mutual fund industry. From an overall perspective, we observe more frequently funds with negative rather than positive performance. However, the performance of the industry as a whole is not so bad because about 80 percent of the funds produce zero alphas. In fact, the negative average performance documented in the previous literature is not due to the majority of funds but is only caused by one fifth of the funds.

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  • For the countries in our sample, the mutual fund industry comprises 16.8% of the primary financial assets, on average, with a median of 4.3%. As we discuss in more detail subsequently, two countries are substantial outliers -- the fund industries in Luxembourg and Ireland account for 484% and 82% of their country’s primary assets. We treat these two extreme observations with some care in our work. The naïve inclusion of these countries in multivariate analyses can produce misleading results, but given that these are two interesting data points in our analysis, it would ...

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  • “Structured products” are one of the fastest growing areas in the financial services industry, and may already be over half of the notional size of the hedge fund industry (AUM plus leverage). These products, constructed by investment banks, are extremely complex using synthetic option replication techniques, and offering a variety of guarantees in returns. They are sold to retail, private banking and institutional clients. Hedge funds help reduce volatility risk for investment banks in supplying these products. ...

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  • Although the characteristics of emerging markets are relatively diverse, Thailand can represent the rest of the emerging countries, those in Asia in particular. This is because the Thai stock market exhibits several behaviours which are consistent with the average for emerging markets. For example, while the ten-year annualized growth of emerging markets ranged from -0.03% (Taiwan) to 20.45% (India), the Thai stock market grew by 12.36% per year and this figure is comparable to the growth of the MSCI Emerging Markets index 1 , 11.69% (MSCI, 2010).

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  • We focus on four national characteristics to explain the size of the mutual fund industry across countries: law and regulation; demand characteristics; supply side factors; and the nature of the securities markets. Countries with a stronger judicial system, more stringent regulatory approval and disclosure requirements for funds tend to have a larger fund industry. This suggests that stronger regulation may be beneficial to the fund industry.

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  • As documented in both panels of Table 5, AMCs related to large Thai commercial banks (LBs) dominate mutual fund industry. Large AMCs associated with Thai commercial banks (LBs) have largest market share in both fixed income and equity funds. For equity mutual funds, LBs possess 38.13% market share in 2006 and their market shares grow to 52.79% in 2010. The same pattern of high growth in market share of LB is also found for fixed income mutual funds, 58.14 to 2006 to 75.82% in 2010. Strong distribution channel of commercial bank is one of the mutual growth determinants.

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  • There is an oft-quoted saying believed to have originated as a Chinese proverb: “May you live in interesting times”. It is often not interpreted with a positive connotation! At present, it would be fair to say that the Indian mutual fund industry is living in interesting times. It remains to be seen how positively that can be interpreted. The last few years have seen a series of events, both within and outside the Indian economy, which have had a deleterious effect on the industry. The world as we knew it has changed in many ways....

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  • Stock market plays a very vital role in developing economy in India. It is also attracting the rural people in recent years. Investors usually perceive that all capital market investment avenues are risky. Based on objectives and risk bearing capacities, investors go for different investment alternatives. Among the various investment possibilities, mutual fund seems to be viable for all kind of investors as it is considered to be a safer mode of investment.

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  • One cynical, but plausible, explanation is that active trading is the mutual fund manager's "raison d'être." If an inactively traded mutual fund does well, it may be concluded that the manager's services were superfluous; if it does poorly, the manager will be blamed for inaction. On the other hand, if an actively traded fund does well, the manager is a hero; but, if it does poorly, it can be said that the manager at least tried. There is, however, an even more...

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  • The term „structured product‟ is the name given to an investment product that provides a return that is pre- determined with reference to the performance of one or more underlying markets. The performance of a structured product is therefore based only on the performance of this underlying product and not on the discretion of the product provider. Most often the product relies on the use of derivatives to generate the return, and contains downside protection or guarantees of some form via options.

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  • The fact that the shortfall figures have been rising over the past twenty years indicates that the mutual fund industry's market impact problems are becoming increasingly severe. This is not surprising, given the rapid growth in the size of mutual funds and an increase in the rates of their portfolio turnover. In any event, it appears that the combination of reported expenses and market impact costs, on average, now consumes the mutual fund investor's capital at a...

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  • The Overseas Development Institute has also looked at such risk mitigation mechanisms. 23 In addition to the above, they highlight the use of pledge funds, whereby by public finance sponsors provide a small amount of equity to encourage larger pledges from private investors 24 .

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  • ATP is Denmark‟s largest pension fund with total assets of more than EUR 66 billion. As of 31 December 2009 ATP‟s infrastructure investments equated to 1.8% of the total portfolio. With just below 3% committed. ATP does not have a target for its infrastructure investments but has an overall target of 25- 30% of its risk budget to inflation class. ATP Pension Fund has invested in renewable energy infrastructure and technology, such as solar wind and hydro, as well as emerging technologies, such as biofuels and biomass for a long time. ATP invested DK 600 million in renewable...

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