Zerodha Educate
Zerodha Educate
Aug 2, 2019
Should you invest in debt mutual funds?
54 min

Debt markets have suddenly become more action-packed than the equity markets. Ever since the IL&FS default, investors have slowly grown to realize that even debt carries its own risks. make no mistake, debt plays an important role in a portfolio. But it is imperative that you as an investor understand the various debt instruments and use them the right way.   

Arvind Chari is the Head of Fixed Income and Alternatives at Quantum Advisors. In this webinar, Arvind lays out the case to invest in debt and the core tents to follow when investing in debt funds. Arvind has over 14 years’ experience in Indian fixed income markets across dealing, research and portfolio management. Arvind joined Quantum in 2004 as Research Analyst – Fixed Income to build the fixed income and macro economy research function and also to help develop fixed income and other asset class products for Quantum Mutual Fund. He also helped set-up an offshore India Bond Fund amongst the first of its kind then. Arvind holds a Masters in Commerce (M.com) and Masters in Management Studies (MMS) from the Mumbai University.  

Arvind is also a really good writer. Here are a couple of articles that inspired us to ask Arvind to talk about the topic at hand today.  http://bit.ly/2IGnO8k
http://bit.ly/2XhgERA 

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