Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Top Mutual Fund Schemes in India - Based on AUM

In the Previous Post Top Mutual Fund Houses in India - Based on Assets Under Management, we saw the AUM( Assets Under Management) that is managed by the various MF houses in India. As seen in that post, HDFC Mutual Fund, Reliance Mutual Fund and ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund are the big three fund houses in India. In this post, we are going to find out the top 10 Mutual Fund Schemes in each of these 3 Fund houses, based on the AUM's in each of the schemes.

HDFC Mutual Fund

S. NoFund NameAssets Under Management (In Lakhs)
1HDFC Top 200 Fund - Growth Option6,96,469.78
2HDFC Equity Fund - Growth Option5,84,206.01
3HDFC Liquid Fund-PREMIUM PLUS- Growth5,73,150.59
4HDFC Cash Management Fund Treasury Advantage - Wholesale Plan Daily Dividend Option5,70,048.19
5HDFC Cash Management Fund Treasury Advantage - Retail Plan Daily Dividend Option3,57,309.72
6HDFC Top 200 Fund - Dividend Option3,57,235.99
7HDFC MF Monthly Income Plan-Long Term Plan-Growth Option3,55,433.32
8HDFC Equity Fund - Dividend Option3,33,675.85
9HDFC Prudence Fund - Growth Option3,15,217.16
10HDFC Prudence Fund - Dividend Option2,94,823.79

Reliance Mutual Fund

S. NoFund NameAssets Under Management (In Lakhs)
1Reliance Liquidity Fund-Growth Plan-Growth Option7,65,875.76
2Reliance Liquidity Fund-Dividend Plan-Daily Dividend Reinvestment5,31,704.16
3Reliance Growth Fund-Growth Plan-Growth Option3,51,245.64
4Reliance Money Manager Fund-Institutional Plan Growth Option2,90,948.44
5Reliance Money Manager Fund-Institutional Plan-Daily Dividend Option2,86,318.98
6Reliance Gold Exchange Traded Fund-Dividend Payout Option2,53,524.88
7Reliance Monthly Income Plan-Growth Plan2,42,973.86
8Reliance Regular Savings Fund-EQUITY OPTION-Growth Option2,23,016.04
9Reliance Growth Fund-Dividend Plan-(D)2,10,862.73
10Reliance Equity Opportunities Fund-Growth Plan-Growth Option1,94,491.13

ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund

S. NoFund NameAssets Under Management (In Lakhs)
1ICICI Prudential Liquid Plan - -Super Institutional Growth Option10,37,129.92
2ICICI Prudential Flexible Income Plan Premium-Daily Dividend Plan4,40,620.53
3ICICI Prudential Flexible Income Plan Premium-Weekly Dividend Plan2,92,088.87
4ICICI Prudential Liquid Plan - -Super Institutional Dividend Daily2,72,823.45
5ICICI Prudential Dynamic Plan-Growth Option2,53,998.87
6ICICI Prudential Flexible Income Plan Premium-Growth2,42,230.29
7ICICI Prudential Focused Bluechip Equity Fund - Retail Growth Plan2,09,696.77
8ICICI Prudential Dynamic Plan-Dividend Option1,38,799.2
9ICICI Prudential Focused Bluechip Equity Fund - Retail Dividend Plan1,38,766.84
10ICICI Prudential Infrastructure Fund-Growth1,28,489.66

Note: All the information above was gathered from the Internet, based on the statistics released by each of these fund houses, which is Mandatory at the end of each financial quarter. All the data above is correct as of December 31st 2011. The Next update will be released by these fund houses by end of March 2012.

1 comment:

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