Tax changes slow new MF scheme launches; demand for debt funds takes a hit

The debt-plus-arbitrage strategy will keep volatility lower as in the case of debt schemes, while also ensuring lower tax outgo for investors

mutual funds, MFs

However, with the change in taxation from this financial year, the industry has been forced to stall its TMF plans

Abhishek Kumar Mumbai

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Product launches by mutual funds (MFs) have entered the slow lane this financial year (2023-24), with debt fund launches grinding to a halt after the loss of indexation benefit.


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First Published: Jun 8 2023 | 8:41 PM IST

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