Overview of Risk Analysis Subjected to Mutual Fund

  • Umesh Sharma Research Scholar, Commerce, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University, Agra
  • Dr. Anil Kumar Varshney Associate Professor, Commerce, S.V.PG College, Aligarh


Systems with investment funds are allocated to many investors on the basis of their individual needs and objectives. The need for a retired man and the ability to draw a risk will be very different from that of a 30-year-old. That is why different types of investment funds meet the needs and objectives of investors. Sub-funds for the fund take the risk that the investor will cover his or her income and take risks. According to SEBI regulations, investment funds do not interfere with the planning to reach potential investors or construction products. These arrangements will meet the huge needs of different types of investors. India's investment funds currently offer various categories in more than 400 products and planned intersections. Previously, all investment funds corresponded to different types of conditions in the expansion method. There are many types of investment funds that are not dedicated to investors.


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