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Evaluating Open-End Mutual Funds Style and Performance in Respect of Investors

Ul Haque, Syed Mashhood (2006): Evaluating Open-End Mutual Funds Style and Performance in Respect of Investors.

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This study analyzes the evaluating open-end mutual fund style and performance The recent growth and advancement in mutual fund, their exposure requirements, and their benefits to the invest, although it’s the first derivatives instrument Equity forward trading simulation at Karachi Stock, and its future scope and significance of its trading. This thesis also highlights the recent development in the mutual fund. This thesis highlights the present performance of ABAMCO and Arif Habib mutual funds in detail for showing the necessary computation to understand the mutual fund. The investment procedure, rules, and regulations of NBFC. And discuss various benefits in respect of future planning and guidance, where investors are unable to invest in the mutual fund according to rules and regulations governed by the NBFC and SECP. This Project Report will analyze the trading and exposure requirements for evaluating the fund and in the introduction describe in detail theoretical risk and control, fund prospectus, pricing methodology, fund style, and list of open-end funds that are operating in the mutual fund industry. This project report would help Pakistan’s market to recognize the environment of all things which are related to investment and return as compared with the mutual fund This project report will create a clear understanding and simplify all rules and regulations formulated by NBFC and SECP (security exchange & commission Pakistan), in orders to monitor and controls the all asset management company.

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