Simplifying AMFI Monthly Mutual Fund Report: January 20201 min readReading Time: 2 minutes
Overall industry AUM jumped almost 5% in January 2020 to a new high of INR 27.85 lakh crore owing to robust inflows in debt as well as equity category. Equity inflows witnessed a 75% growth month-on-month to INR 7,877 crore as investors pumped in investments on hopes of a favourable Union budget. SIP inflows stayed strong at INR 8,532 crore as SIP AUM scaled a new high of INR 3.25 lakh crore.
• Midcap and small cap category contributed to more than one-third of overall equity net inflows. These categories witnessed huge inflows owing to steep valuation corrections since start of 2018.
• Tata Quant Fund NFO during the month garnered INR 106 crore
• Net inflows into liquid and overnight categories witnessed huge revival with the start of the new quarter. Inflows into short duration categories like ultra-short, money market, low duration and short duration also stabilized. A couple of overnight fund NFOs and a Ultra-Short fund NFO raised INR 1,987 crore in January.
• Inflows into dynamic asset allocation funds came in at a 5-month high of INR 1,301 crore i.e. a 59% jump relative to December
Other Schemes & Solution Oriented
• ICICI Prudential Midcap 150 ETF and Mirae Asset Nifty Next 50 ETF went live in January and raised INR 41 crores
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