UTI Mutual Funds Piggy

UTI Mutual Funds

AUM
1,65,946 Cr
UTI Mutual Fund was carved out of the erstwhile Unit Trust of India as a SEBI registered mutual fund from 1 February 2003. The Unit Trust of India Act 1963 was repealed, paving way for the bifurcation of UTI into – Specified Undertaking of Unit Trust of India; and UTI Mutual Fund.
UTI AMC, India most trusted Wealth creators and always has the interest of its investors in its heart. The AMC has completed 50 years as India leading Financial service institution and was a sole vehicle of capital market investment for Indian Citizens till the early 90’s. The institution has shown great resilience and has grown from strength to strength overcoming economic turbulence and global turnarounds. This AMC has contributed immensely to industrial and capital growth in the Indian market. It has led transformative initiatives like developmental financial institutions, rural outreach programs and financial products and services.
amc launch date
Launch Date
01 Feb 2003
amc sponsor
Sponsor
NA
amc email
Email
service@uti.co.in
amc phone
Phone
022 - 66786666
amc address
Address
UTI Towers, Gn Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai 400051
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Best Equity UTI Mutual Funds
Uti 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 UTI 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.