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AMFI Mutual Fund Monthly Performance Report: May 2022

09 June 2022

The Association of mutual funds of India (AMFI) publishes a monthly report on the performance of different categories of mutual funds - giving a detailed view of the mutual fund industry for the month. 

In this article we take a look at the monthly report and some of the major trends and highlights. Here’s an overview of what happened in May 2022: 

Net inflows into open-ended equity schemes stood at Rs 18,529.43 crore - a rise as compared to an inflow of Rs 15,890.38 crore in April. 

In March, the net inflows into open-ended equity schemes stood at Rs 28,463.49 crore. 

Debt Funds saw a net outflow of Rs -32,722.25 crore in May 2022 as compared to a net inflow of 54,756.60 crore in April. This category had recorded an outflow of Rs. 1,14,823.77 in March 2022. 

We have discussed more about the mutual fund monthly report for May 2022 below. Keep on reading to know more. 

Net Flows 

Net flows in Mutual funds is the total money that has moved in (inflows) or moved out (outflows) of the fund for a particular period. 

Open Ended Equity Funds 

Open Ended Equity Funds recorded an inflow of Rs 18,529.43 crore in May as compared to an inflow of Rs 15,890.38 crore in April 2022. 

No fund sub category under open ended equity firms recorded a net outflow for the fourth month in a row. 

Here’s how different subcategories under open-ended equity funds performed: 

Scheme Name 

Net Inflow (+ve) / Net Outflow (-ve) (Rs. in Cr.) 

Open-Ended Equity Schemes 

 

Multi Cap Fund

1,265.01

Large Cap Fund

2,485.37

Large & Mid Cap Fund 

2,413.51

Mid Cap Fund 

1,831.54

Small cap Fund 

1,769.08

Dividend Yield Fund 

80.84

Value fund/contra fund 

1,158.01

Focused Fund 

1,548.51

Sectoral/Thematic fund 

2,291.80

ELSS 

746.84

Flexi Cap Fund 

2,938.93

Total 

18,529.43

Open-Ended Debt Schemes 

The outflows for open-ended Debt schemes stood at Rs 32,722.25 in May. Open-ended debt schemes recorded an inflow in April which stood at Rs 54,756.60. 

Four subcategories under Open-ended debt schemes recorded inflows while other twelve recorded outflows. 

Here is how the different subcategories performed: 

Scheme Name 

Net Inflow (+ve) / Net outflow (-ve) (Rs. In Cr.) 

Open Ended Debt Schemes 

 

Overnight Fund 

15,070.89

Liquid Fund

1,776.88

Ultra Short Duration Fund

-7,104.96

Low Duration Fund

-6,716.30

Money Market Fund

-14,598.65

Short Duration Fund

-8,603.03

Medium Duration Fund

-1,222.40

Medium to Long Duration Fund

-248.45

Long Duration Fund

-2.25

Dynamic Bond Fund

-2,414.28

Corporate Bond Fund

-2,146.51

Credit Risk Fund

-729.60

Banking and PSU Fund

-1,121.01

Gilt Fund

175.65

Gilt Fund with 10 year constant duration

447.32

Floater Fund

-5,285.55

Total 

-32,722.25

Systematic Investment Plans 

Mutual Funds SIP accounts stood at 5.48 crore and the total amount collected through SIP during April 2022 was Rs 12,286 crore. 

AUM 

Assets under management (AUM) is basically the total market value of the investment that is managed by a mutual fund. 

The number fluctuates regularly depending on the money flowing in and out of the fund and the price of the assets held by it. 

Average Net Assets Under Management 

Rs. Crores 

Open-ended equity schemes 

 

May

13.02 lakhs

April 

13.85 lakhs

Open-ended Debt Schemes 

 

May

13.62 lakhs

April 

13.91 lakhs

Folios 

A folio number is a unique number allotted to each mutual fund investor. When an investor purchases a fund, a folio number is assigned by the mutual fund company. There’s no restriction on the number of folios as an investor can have different folio numbers for different funds. 

Number of Folios as on 

 

Open-ended Equity Schemes 

 

May

8.85 crore

April 

8.72 crore

Open-ended Debt Schemes 

 

May

72.87 lakhs

April 

73.44 lakhs

New Schemes 

No new schemes were launched during the month.

Disclaimer: The data presented here is only for educational and informational purposes. This is in no way intended to be advice on what to buy or sell. Investors are advised to invest in mutual fund schemes after thorough research and in alignment with their own investment goals and risk appetite.

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