Hottest Colour Fashion Trends for investing in Mutual Funds.

If you don't know what the hottest colour trends are for 2013 then you're in the right place. We've rounded up the hottest colours from the investment runways in our spring/summer 2013 trend round up. Mutual Funds would now flaunt new hottest fashion colours to help help you decide best ones for your profile. Now investing in mutual funds is a lot simpler as you need to select only the colour that looks best on you.

Wondering what's latest runway fashion and colours connection to Mutual Funds. Well actually there none. Its simple attempt to make you all grab the attention to new changes in the Indian Mutual Fund industry. You can now invest in funds which have colour codes pre-defined as per set criteria.



The blue colour coded box indicates low risk, 

The yellow colour coded box indicates medium risk, 

The brown colour coded box indicates high risk. 

Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has put in place a broad guidelines for “product labelling” with colour coding for mutual funds (MF). This move is with an aim to assist each individual investor assess risk associated with the respective schemes. SEBI said these guidelines would be implemented from 1 July 2013, for all existing and forthcoming Mutual Fund Schemes.

According to these guidelines, product labels carrying different colours along with details about the schemes need to be disclosed on front page of the Mutual Fund Initial Offering Application Forms.

A blue colour coded box would indicate low risk, yellow would signify a medium risk, while brown would represent schemes with high risk. Essentially in future all Initial Offering Application Forms would carry such colours which denote the investment parameters of that specific scheme.

According to the Indian Securities Market Regulator SEBI the move was undertaken to address the issue of rampant mis-selling in the past. A committee comprising of Senior Members of Securities and Exchange Board of India Officials was set up to examine the system of product labelling that would provide potential investors an easy understanding of the kind of scheme in which they are investing in and its corresponding suitability to them. The labels would include details about the scheme including nature of schemes. Indicators would provide insights if the scheme if likely to create wealth or provide regular income. It would also provide an indicative minimum time horizon for such schemes.


The coded box indicates Short term investment horizon,

The coded box indicates Medium investment horizon,

The coded box indicates Long Term investment horizon.

Moreover, each mutual funds would have to state a brief about the investment objective in a single sentence followed by kind of product in which investor is investing (equity portfolio or debt portfolio).

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