Mutual Fund is an excellent investment option if you’re looking for a professionally managed, diversified portfolio that offers the benefits of liquidity and transparency. Deutsche Bank AG, India offers you a wide range of funds from leading Asset Management Companies in India. These companies have been selected through a comprehensive review process so you can choose to invest in funds that best fit your requirements.
Mutual Funds offer:
- Expert Management
- Reduced risks
- Speedy access to your money
Why invest in Mutual Funds?
Mutual Funds offer a range of unique advantages unmatched by most other investment avenues.
Choose the right fund
Select the type of fund that suite your investment needs and risk profile.
Expertise for optimum decisions
We help you to make the right selection to maximize your returns.
Click here for the list of Asset Management Companies (AMCs)
An Equity-Linked Saving Scheme (ELSS) is a great investment option that offers the twin benefits of tax saving and capital gains.
*The tax rate applied is 33.6%
Click here for an illustration on how a small investment in SIP is beneficial compared to an one-time big investment.
Start an SIP today with a small amount every month.
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Fixed Income Funds
Fixed Income Funds attempt to generate a steady income while preserving investors’ capital. They invest exclusively in fixed-income securities like Bonds, Debentures, Government of India securities and Select Money Market Instruments. Fixed Income funds generate returns through Interest Income, Marked to Market Capital Gains / Loss.
Reduced interest rate risk and inflationary pressure, high demand, slowing economic growth triggering more pre-activeness from RBI along with liquidity situation to be supportive.
Economic growth has become focus as even the Indian economic situation is fragile with significant domestic consumption slowdown apart from the expected fall in exports.
RBI has successfully handled the liquidity concerns.
India’s sovereign rating of Investment Grade retained by Fitch
Build exposure through Income and Gilt Funds.
Income Funds: The corporate spreads are reeling high around 300 basis points (for 5 year AAA spread). The softening of monetary policy stance by the RBI should lead to a fall in credit spreads as credit starts flowing to corporates and liquidity improves. There is an anticipation that the Income funds should do well as these spreads get narrower going forward.
Gilt Funds: Portfolio comprises of only sovereign papers. Good option in falling interest rate regime.
Purchase Mutual Funds Online at a zero fee
While you can apply online for units of mutual funds you will also continue to receive comprehensive service from your Relationship Manager. Go on, invest and get more out of your wealth for less.
* Deutsche Bank AG, India (“Bank”) is only a distributor of third party investment products and not an advisor in offering the db WealthPro and any information contained in Bank’s brochure or other material and otherwise communicated by the Bank shall not be construed as investment advice. All decisions to purchase or sell units / securities / insurance policy shall be on the basis of the personal judgement of the customer arrived at after due consideration and, if so deemed fit by the customer consulting his/her/their own external investment/insurance consultant.
Note: Terms and conditions apply. All investments in mutual funds are subject to market risks and business risks and there is no assurance or guarantee that the objectives of the products will be achieved. Market value of investments can go up or down depending on the various factors and forces affecting the capital and money markets. Yield or a fund’s past performance should not be considered as an indication or guarantee of future yield or results. The Bank is only a distributor of the mutual funds and is not related in any manner whatsoever in the investment / management of monies in such mutual funds. Offer document, terms and conditions of issue and risk factors of such mutual funds should be read and understood carefully by the investor before making any investment decisions. The decision to make investments in mutual funds is entirely owned and controlled by the concerned investor and the Bank shall not be responsible or liable for any matter connected with such investments.