Identification of Mutual Funds Investing in Tehran Stock Exchange

Zaffer Najafi, Heshmatollah Asgari, Mohammad Bandari

Abstract


Mutual Funds is a specialized financial institution that is invested by funds investors in diversed portfolio of investment securities, in return their investment units assigned to them. Each unit of investment fund is the relative representation of securities that is bought or managed on behalf of investers. Mutual fund as one of the most important financial intermediares are responsible to the transfer of weelth from consumers (society) to the resource owners (manufacturing and service companies, and others). With the creation of common investment funds, due to professional management and investment strategies, according to willingness and ability to take risks, investors have been able to enter the house of investors and capital market participants by management fee of common investment funds. Clearly, for developing of this process, the positive points in common investment funds should be strengthened, to lead more investors to take advantages of the funds. The purpose of this paper is introducing the common investment funds to develop and strengthen funds more and lead more investors to take advantages of the funds. Research methodology of this paper is descriptive and content analysis by using reliable sources.

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v5i3.3742

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