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Mutual fund industry is growing by and large in India.N ow a days AMFI is very active and is educating customers regarding various schemes and risks attached. All those people who wish to be a part of share market but cannot operate in them fully or are a little hesitant, they usually prefer mutual fund.

Knowledge of mutual fund is not only important for those working in financial sector/banks /broking house but is also important for individual investor and trader who wish to invest in mutual funds. NISM Series 5A exam of a mutual fund is becoming important.

Unique Feature of Mutual Fund Distributor

  • Complete knowledge of various mutual funds.
  • Know the risk attached to a mutual fund.
  • Complete theoretical and practical knowledge of mutual fund.
  • Learn from top-notch faculty for over 15 years.
  • Based on theory as well as practical for complete knowledge
  • You enter the industry completely trained and fit
  • Faculty with 15 years of experience in Teaching and trading
  • Practice on Live Markets
  • Workshops and other programmes and meet with industry experts.
  • Become 100% confident to trade and earn
  • 5 tier exposure Faculty, Practical Faculty, Older investor and Trader, Research Team, group discussion, RM Reliance Securities

What Will You Get?





 *NCFM and NISM Certificates are subjected to appearance for the exam at the NSE Center. You get 100% preparation at the branch

  • Registration Fees – Rs 1700/-
  • Program Fee – Rs 10,000/-
  • Program Duration -1 MONTH

Note: Examination fee of NSE & SEBI certification is extra as  given

Pay Full or Partial Course Fees

Detailed Curriculum

(Mutual Fund Distributors)

I. Concept and Role of a Mutual Fund

  • Concept of a mutual fund
  • Functions of a mutual fund
  • Advantages and limitations of a mutual fund
  • Investment objectives
  • Marking to market
  • Unit capital
  • Assets under management (AUM)
  • Fund running expenses
  • Net asset value (NAV)
  • Brief history of mutual funds in India
  • Closed-end funds and open-ended funds
  • Categorization of funds by investment objective
  • Categorization of funds by investing horizon
  • Categorization of funds by asset class
  • International funds
  • Fund of Funds

II. Fund Structure and Constituents

  • Structure of mutual funds in India and related regulations
  • Role of the sponsor, trustee and Asset Management Company (AMC) and related regulations
  • Role of other fund constituents and related regulations

III. Legal and Regulatory Environment

  • Role of regulators in India
  • Role and functions of SEBI in regulating mutual funds
  • Self regulatory organizations
  • Role and functions of AMFI
  • AMFI Code of Ethics
  • Investment restrictions and related regulations
  • Investor rights and obligations

IV. Offer Document

  • Regulations with respect to drafting and filing of an Offer Document for NFO
  • Process of NFO and steps involved in marketing an NFO
  • Objectives of information disclosure in an offer document
  • Objectives and contents of the Statement of Additional Information (SAI) and related regulations
  • Objectives and contents of the Scheme Information Document (SID) and related regulations
  • Key Information Memorandum (KIM) and related regulations

V.Fund Distribution and Sales Practices

  • Types of investors and eligibility
  • Distribution channels for mutual funds
  • Pre-requisites to become a mutual fund distributor
  • Key elements of agreement between distributor and a mutual fund
  • Sales practices and commission structure
  • Types of commissions and transaction charges
  • AMFI Code of Conduct
  • Process for KYD

VI. Accounting, Valuation and Taxation

  • Computation of net assets and NAV
  • Announcement of NAV
  • Factors affecting the NAV
  • Pricing of transactions in a mutual fund
  • Time-stamping of transactions
  • Charging of expenses
  • Key accounting and reporting requirements
  • Valuation process carried out by mutual funds
  • Applicability of taxes
  • Dividend Distribution Tax
  • Taxability of dividends and capital gains in the hands of a mutual fund investor
  • Applicability of Securities Transactions Tax based on type of transaction and scheme
  • Setting off gains and losses under Income Tax Act

VII. Investor Services

  • KYC requirements & Demat Account concept
  • Process for fresh and additional purchase in a mutual fund
  • Additional documentation requirements for institutional investors
  • Acceptable payment instruments
  • Processes related to redemptions by investors
  • Contents and periodicity of Statement of account
  • Process for Nomination and Pledge
  • Types of Investment options – dividend, growth and dividend re-investment
  • Processes related to of systematic investment plans
  • Processes related to systematic withdrawals and transfers
  • Processes related to other investor services and facilities

VIII. Risk, Return and Performance of Funds

  • Return on investment
  • Calculation of simple, annualized and compounded returns
  • Applicability of returns for different types of funds
  • SEBI norms for return representation of mutual funds in India
  • Factors that may affect mutual fund performance
  • Risks in different type of mutual funds
  • Classification of mutual funds based on risk
  • Process for Benchmarking of performance

IX. Scheme Selection

  • Steps in selecting equity funds
  • Steps in selecting debt funds
  • Steps in evaluating a money market fund and identifying factors impacting their performance
  • Steps in evaluating balanced mutual funds and evaluation of factors impacting their performance
  • Sources of data to track mutual fund performance

X. Selecting the Right Investment products for Investors

  • Classification of assets into physical and financial assets
  • Features of physical assets such as gold and real estate
  • Features of financial assets

XI. Helping Investors with Financial Planning

  • Basics of financial planning
  • Financial goals
  • Investment horizon
  • Objective of financial planning
  • Benefits and need for financial planning to the investor
  • Life cycle and wealth cycle in financial planning
  • Tools to categorize investors’ needs

XII. Recommending Model Portfolios and Financial Plans

  • Risk profiling
  • Asset allocation and types
  • Importance and steps for developing a model portfolio

Who Should Do This Course?

  • MBA & BBA/CA/CS/CPT Students
    •Anyone who wants a job in Mutual fund Industry
  • Investors and Trader
  • RM dealers for their career growth
  • All persons working as Mutual Fund Distributor
  • Those who want to pursue the career in financial service

Career Opportunity

In Mutual Fund houses as Distributors, banks, Broking Houses, Share Market

Admission Criteria and Eligibility:

  • The candidate should Minimum 12th (Senior Secondary) pass from any reorganization Board/institutions. We always recommend the candidate should pass at least bachelor degree so that it will be a bit easier to provide placements. Graduate students get job placement on the direct payroll in big companies, and 12th students will get placement in small companies or in sub-brokers office.
  • *placement guarantee refers to (After getting NCFM and NISM Certification of all 10 modules covered in adv. diploma course)
  • All original documents-10th,12th graduation, other professional degree certification and mark sheets must be submitted in as a self-attested copy/copies at the branch at the time of admission and originals must be shown to the center In Charge, failing which admission may be cancelled
  • 95%attendence is must during the programme in each module opted by the student.
  • Remarks /Recommendation of faculty and center Head will be taken in the record after each class
  • Your certification depends on your Attendance, class assessment, projects, internal exams, NSE exams, Practical classes, Projects and Viva.
  • The decision of Center in Charge center Head will be final.

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