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  1. Conceptual framework of mutual funds
    1. Executive summary
    2. General introduction to investment
    3. Product detail
    4. Introduction to mutual fund
    5. What is mutual fund?
    6. Important phases of mutual fund
    7. Mutual fund cycle
    8. Advantages of mutual fund
    9. Disadvantages of mutual fund
    10. Characteristics of a mutual fund
    11. Limitation of mutual fund
    12. Organization of mutual funds
    13. Types of mutual fund
    14. What is NAV?
  2. Organization Profile
    1. History
    2. Mission vision statement
    3. Business philosophy
    4. Core competence
    5. Uniqueness
    6. Advantages of Angel
    7. Training and education
    8. Angel E-broking products
    9. Market summary
    10. Opportunities
    11. Goals and objectives
    12. Financial plan
    13. Risk and rewards
    14. Branches
  3. Value added services
    1. Research reports and services
    2. The back office
    3. Portfolio advisory services
    4. DP services
  4. Research methodology
    1. Scope of study
    2. Problem formulation
    3. Research objectives
    4. Hypothesis
  5. Data analysis and interpretation
  6. Findings and suggestions
  7. Conclusion
  8. Bibliography
  9. Annexure

Let me advocate that the Indian economy is an economic giant in all of Asia. This development has taken place due to the growth in the financial system. This financial system provides the background to various investors regarding varied options to invest. Thus, development of the economy depends on how these investors invest in the long run. As financial markets become more sophisticated and complex, investors need a financial intermediary who provides the required knowledge and professional expertise on successful investing. No wonder the concept of Mutual Fund was initially developed in the U.S. market, but the entry of the concept in the Indian Financial Market was in the year 1964 with the formulation of the UTI, at the initiative of the RBI and Govt. of India. For most people, money is a delicate matter and when it and comes to investing they are wary. Simply because there are many investment options out there, each out promising the other. An important question facing many investors is whether to invest in Banks, National Savings, Post office, Non-banking finance companies, fixed deposits, Shares etc. or to invest distinctively in Mutual Funds. the purpose of this research was to find why people do not actively invest in mutual fund in spite of various benefits like Professional management, Diversification, Convenience liquidity, Flexibility, Tax benefits etc. as well as to find out potential of business of ANGEL BROKING LTD in distribution of Mutual Fund in Rajkot City.

[...] A trustee can not be appointed as a trustee of two or more mutual funds until and unless he is an independent person or has permission from the Mutual Fund where he is trustee. Trustees can be removed only by prior approval of SEBI Asset Management Company: The role of an AMC is to act as the investment manager of the Trust under the Board supervision and direction of the Trustees. The AMC is required to be approved and registered with SEBI. [...]

[...] Portfolio Diversification: Each investor in a fund is a part owner of all the funds assets, thus enabling investor to hold a diversified investment portfolio even with a small amount of investment, which would otherwise require big capital Professional Management: Mutual Funds provide the services of experienced and skilled professionals, backed by a dedicated investment research team that analyze the performance and prospect of companies and selects suitable investments to achieve the objectives of the scheme Diversification: Mutual Fund invests in a number of companies across a broad cross-section of industries and sectors. [...]

[...] The research is of both qualitative as well as quantitative type Unit of Analysis: Businessmen, Doctors, Employees etc Characteristics of interest: People/Investor's knowledge about Mutual Fund People/Investor's knowledge about angel broking Ltd People/Investor's interest in getting knowledge of Mutual Fund People/Investor's willingness to deal in Mutual Fund with angel broking Ltd People/Investor's preference in selecting tax saving instrument of investment 3. Sources of Data: a. Primary Source: The primary data is collected using sampling method and by survey using questionnaire. [...]

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