Quick view: MF investors to get details of transactions

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SummaryMutual fund investors will now get a monthly consolidated statement of all of their transactions in different fund houses, Association of Mutual Funds in India said on Thursday.

Mutual fund investors will now get a monthly consolidated statement of all of their transactions in different fund houses, Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI) said on Thursday. The mutual fund industry has decided to issue Consolidated Accounts Statement (CAS) on monthly basis for transaction starting October, AMFI said in a statement. "This is an investor-friendly initiative to allow investors a single-window view of all their transactions in mutual funds," chief executive of AMFI HN Sinor said. CAS will be issued as a monthly statement to investors, if there are any transactions during the month, he added.

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