asset classes," he said.
Sikka, who is also Chairman of industry body AMFI, asked the investors to look at asset managers who have a long-term track record and not just look at short-term volatility.
"It is very important to focus on long-term performance. Short-term performance and AUMs ¿ both are not the right barometers to judge the industry," he said.
"We aim at reaching every household in India and making mutual fund products available to one and all. We are committed to reach out to a large number of investors and confident of helping them create long-term wealth for themselves and their families," Sikka said.