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New norms will make multi cap funds riskier, but they may also offer higher returns

New norms will make multi cap funds riskier, but they may also offer higher returns
New norms will make multi cap funds riskier, but they may also offer higher returns

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According to the new norms, a multi cap scheme will have to invest a minimum of 75% of their total assets in the equity and equity-related instruments.

By Shakul GuptaThe market is currently divided on the new Sebi norms on the multi cap equity mutual fund category. According to the new norms, a multi cap scheme will have to invest a minimum of 75% of their total assets in the equity and equity-related instruments. Also, it should invest at least 25% of the corpus each in large-, mid-, and small-cap stocks. Currently, multi-cap funds are mandated to invest a minimum of 65% of their total assets
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