Mumbai: ICICI Securities (I-Sec), India’s leading retail led equity franchise and distributor of financial products, today said that it has launched One Click Investment, a curated baskets of Mutual Fund schemes, customized as per investment objectives of investors, covering the entire spectrum of investors i.e. from HNI to Retail including DIY (Do It Yourself).
Through this, an investor can choose from the available baskets of Mutual Fund schemes, which have been curated after extensive analysis on both qualitative and quantitative parameters. The basket composition ranges from pure equity to pure debt and also a combination of both, thereby offering growth, optimization, stability, preservation and tax savings. The platform also allows for basket level goal mapping and provides option to separately view the performance of the invested baskets.
“One repeated feedback we have been getting from our MF investor community is the amount of research they need to do before making a scheme selection and thereafter having to constantly monitor its performance. To free investors of this botheration and effort, we have introduced One Click Investment, where based on an individual’s goals and risk appetite, one can choose amongst the available baskets with underlying Mutual Fund schemes selected based on our extensive research considering not only historical returns but also future growth potential. The baskets offer both lump sum and SIP investing modes, making this a very efficient investment vehicle.” said Mr. Vijay Chandok, MD & CEO, ICICI Securities.
The platform allows investors to define ‘Goal’ and put ‘Goal Details’ for each basket of investment and monitor their performance separately. One can also view the future value of SIPs while making investment decision, helping investors to re-arrange their investment amount if required.
Schemes in the baskets will be reviewed constantly by I-Sec research team and suitable changes will be made as per evolving market and scheme dynamics. So the investors need not worry about scheme selection, exiting non-performing schemes and reinvesting in performing ones.
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