Drop in share of advisory assets in PMS funds during past 12 months

Overall PMS assets have been on the rise amid buoyant markets

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The PMS segment on the whole has seen assets across all segments hit a record high of Rs 26.2 trillion

Sachin P Mampatta Mumbai
The share of the advisory segment in the assets of portfolio management service (PMS) service providers has been falling of late.

The 12-month rolling average figure at the end of October was 8.61 per cent, the lowest on record.  Overall PMS assets under management, on the other hand, were at a record high in October, led by other segments such as discretionary and non-discretionary PMS funds.

The advisory segment is where the PMS provider only renders advice. It is up to the client to make the final decision and execute the trade. The non-discretionary segment is similar, but the PMS provider executes the trade. The discretionary segment is where the PMS provider takes the decision and also executes the trade.

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First Published: Nov 28 2022 | 7:15 PM IST

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