According to the data from the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI), the total Assets Under Management (AUM) of the Indian MF industry stood at Rs25.6 lakh cr vs. Rs25.8cr MoM. The Net flow came at Rs1.02 lakh cr vs. inflow Rs87,088cr MoM.
The equity inflow stood at Rs9,152cr vs. Rs8,112cr and equity AUM came in at Rs6.78 lakh cr vs. Rs7.06 lakh cr, the AMFI data added.
According to the AMFI, the total assets under management (AUM) of the mutual fund industry was pegged at Rs2.81 lakh cr, marginally higher than July’s Rs2.78 lakh cr.
Among the different categories of funds, liquid funds registered the highest quantum of inflows at nearly Rs79,500cr, while the overall debt/income category saw net inflows of nearly Rs91,127cr, higher than the previous month’s flows of Rs61,845.54cr.
The total number of folios rose to 8.54 cr in August, from July’s 8.48 cr. The folio count has risen 11% from a year earlier.
Further, the data said that the multi-cap fund inflows stood at Rs1,581cr vs. Rs327cr, Large-cap fund inflows at Rs2,582cr vs. Rs1,915cr and Small-cap fund inflows at Rs1,307cr vs. Rs835cr on an MoM basis.