Axis Asset Mutual Funds Piggy

Axis Asset Mutual Funds

AUM
87,631 Cr
Axis mutual fund was established in October 2009 and since then it has made a mark in the mutual fund industry. Axis mutual fund claims that the reason for it to reach the peak of success is because of the three principles they follow strictly, which is, long-term wealth creation, customers view and long-term relationship.
Axis Mutual Fund houses more than 50 schemes, it has over 20 lakh investors investing with them and is present in over 90 cities. Their main motto is to take any fund decision keeping a customer centric approach in mind. The AMC commits to keep investors at the heart of every decision.
They also aim to provide quality financial and investment solutions. Axis wants its investors to think long-term when it comes to mutual fund investing and they want their investors to optimize their money through mutual funds.
amc launch date
Launch Date
04 Sep 2009
amc sponsor
Sponsor
NA
amc email
Email
customerservice@axismf.com
amc phone
Phone
022 - 43255161
amc address
Address
Axis House, 1st Floor, C-2, Wadia International Centre, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli, Mumbai 400025
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Best Equity Axis Asset Mutual Funds
Axis Asset Mutual Fund targets to attain long-term capital appreciation by investing in the right equity securities, which can fetch good returns for its investors. In fact, most of its equity funds have been doing well in the market and has been giving consistent returns. Check out the list below to know which would suit your risk appetite.
Best Hybrid Axis Asset Mutual Funds
Hybrid Schemes or balanced schemes bridge the gap between equity and debt schemes. This category is characterized by a portfolio that is made up of a mix of equity stocks and bonds and will suit investors looking for debt plus returns with higher levels of risk than fixed income schemes.