Is the debt fund’s price right?

By Nithin Sasikumar in BFO #332, 22 Jul, 21

Someone at Sebi has been busy.

In the past year, India’s capital markets regulator has introduced a string of regulations hoping to make things more transparent for mutual fund investors. It announced a new matrix to call out the risks that a debt mutual fund carries. It asked debt mutual funds to keep at least 10% of their assets in securities (read: cash) that can be sold in an instant.