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Title: Customer Orientation in Designing Mutual Fund Products: An Analytical Approach to Indian Market Preferences
Authors: Panda, Tapan Kumar
Tripathy, Nalini Prava
Keywords: Customer Orientation
Mutual Fund Products
Indian Market
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Scholarly Article
Abstract: The significant outcome of the government policy of liberalisation in industrial and financial sector has been the development of new financial instruments. These new instruments are expected to impart greater competitiveness flexibility and efficiency to the financial sector. Growth and development of various mutual fund products in Indian capital market has proved to be one of the most catalytic instruments in generating momentous investment growth in the capital market. There is a substantial growth in the mutual fund market due to a high level of precision in the design and marketing of variety of mutual fund products by banks and other financial institution providing growth, liquidity and return. In this context, prioritization, preference building and close monitoring of mutual funds are essentials for fund managers to make this the strongest and most preferred instrument in Indian capital market for the coming years. With the decline in the bank interest rates, frequent fluct...
Description: Scholarly Article of Dr. Tapan K Panda and Dr. Nalini Prava Tripathy
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2259/198
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