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How safe are debt schemes of mutual funds in India?

Bekxy Kuriakose
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Both the RBI and SEBI have boosted oversight of the rules, which increases investor comfort

For investors looking to invest in debt schemes of mutual funds, the question uppermost in their minds is about the safety of their investments. This concern is all the more relevant if the investor is migrating or switching his/her investments from the traditional fixed income savings mode of bank FDs to debt mutual funds.Bank FDs seen as safe For Indian investors, bank FDs have a high connotati...
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