Debt MF schemes doing well in stress tests: RBI financial stability report

The central bank says stress tests show risks faced by debt schemes is within limits

Indian MF industry scaled an all-time high of Rs 35.31 trillion of net AUM as on July 2021 against Rs 31.42 trillion at the end of the last fiscal.
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Abhishek Kumar Mumbai
Stress tests of open-ended debt mutual fund schemes show that the interest, credit and liquidity risks faced by them are well within prescribed limits, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Thursday.

"Stress tests for open-ended debt mutual funds showed no breach in limits pertaining to interest rate, credit and liquidity risks," the central bank's latest financial stability report stated.

The RBI's report is based on stress tests conducted by the top 10 fund houses in the months of March and September 2022.

In a bid to strengthen risk management practices at fund houses, the Securities and Exchange Board

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First Published: Dec 30 2022 | 1:11 AM IST

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