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Escorts Mutual Fund was established on 15th April, 1996 and is a premier asset management company that offers a wide variety of products across different segments in the financial industry. In fact, this company is one of the earliest players in the Indian mutual fund industry. The company falls under Escorts group and Escorts Limited is its flagship company.
Escorts is a leading brand in India and has garnered the trust of many investors across the country.
The company offers a host of mutual funds like equity, debt and hybrid and invests in different categories and market capitalization. They believe in four key principles which help them to attain desired results, which are, adopting a customer-centric approach, striving towards excellence, innovating constantly and keeping their operations agile.
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Tax saving funds or Equity Linked Savings Schemes (ELSS) are extremely popular among retail investors because they have an exemption limit of up to Rs.1,50,000, under Section 80 'C' of the Income Tax Act and invest in equity and equity -related securities. These funds thereby provide substantial returns to investors.
These funds primarily invest in equity and equity-related securities and therefore provides good returns to investors. These funds aim at long-term capital appreciation and are therefore more volatile than debt funds. These funds are suitable for investors who want high returns and are willing to take a certain amount of risk.
These funds are meant for investors who want a regular income from mutual funds have a relatively low risk appetite. Debt funds usually give a lower rate of return than equity funds, because they invest in debt/money market instruments and government securities. These funds provide stable returns.
These hybrid schemes, earlier known as Balanced Funds, invest in two or more asset categories so that the investor can avail the benefit of both. There are various types of hybrid funds in the Indian Mutual Fund industry. There are schemes that invest in two assets, viz., equity and debt, or debt and gold.
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