Here some screenshots of the transaction portal taken by Ravi Pathak.
Ravi says, “main page includes zero balances mutual fund holdings as well”. So if you are an ‘experienced’ mutual fund investor, expect to see a lot of entries here!
Ravi says, “After clicking proceed it ask for depositary details and if one wants fund in demat form, in payment page total of all transaction recorded is asked for payment. In image example Rs 1500 was final payment combined for both funds.
Ravi says, “This is redemption page. Multiple redemptions allowed in 1 go just like purchase. Overall good feature which was missing in mycams or karvy”.
Thank you very much for sharing this, Ravi.
With MFU operational, and portals like Invezta, Unovest, Bharosaclub and Orowealth on the verge of opening, I believe 2016 is going to the year of the ‘direct mutual fund plan’.
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