UTI Mutual Fund has sought the approval of Securities and Exchange Board of India to launch UTI Equity Savings Fund-Series 1, as per the information on the SEBI website. The fund house proposes to launch six series under the equity savings fund. The tenure of each scheme will range between 450 days and 2200 days and will be decided at the time of the launch. The close-ended equity scheme will deploy 65-90 percent of its assets in equity securities and derivatives.
Series A – Series E will have a tenure of 18 months to 60 months from the date of allotment. The fund house will decide the tenure at the time of the launch. A close-ended equity oriented scheme will invest at least 80 percent of its corpus in equity and equity-related instruments, while the balance 20 percent will be deployed in debt and money market instruments.
With markets hitting a new high many retail investors are taking some money off the table. A report from brokerage Motilal Oswal’s mutual fund tracker shows that the redemptions from top 20 fund houses have risen to the second highest level in FY18, despite the industry's AUM touching record highs. In June, redemptions from equity schemes rose to a whopping 38 percent to Rs 18,300 crore.
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