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Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund

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1,09,525 Cr
The firm specializes in conservatively managed mutual funds. It offers products under the Franklin, Templeton, Mutual Series and Fiduciary brand names. Like other large investment companies, the firm offers a wide variety of funds but is traditionally best known for bond funds under the Franklin brand, international funds under the Templeton brand, and value funds under the Mutual Series brand.
With more than 600 investment professionals in 28 countries around the world, Franklin Templeton is uniquely positioned to look beyond the largest or most visible securities in each market to spot smart global investments that meet their rigorous investment criteria.
Franklin Templeton association with India dates back to over 2 decades as an investor. As part of the group major thrust on investing in markets around the world, the India office was set up in 1996 as Templeton Asset Management India Pvt. Limited.
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19 Feb 1996
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022 - 67519100
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Best Equity Franklin Templeton Mutual Funds
Franklin Templeton 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.
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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.