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Equity funds have witnessed the highest net inflows in the last 14 months. The MF industry has seen net inflows of Rs.10,083 crore in May. This is the third straight month of net inflows after 8-month outflow streak in equity funds, shows the latest data released by AMFI.

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However, the MF industry has recorded net outflows of Rs.38,600 crore due to outflows in liquid and overnight funds. The debt category has recorded net outflows of Rs.45,500 crore in May.

Overall, the industry average AUM has remained unaffected by the net outflows in debt funds as it touched a new all-time-high of Rs. 33 lakh crore.

“Retail SIP accounts, SIP AUM and SIP contribution which signifies retail activity in the mutual fund industry has seen continued upward trend for the second month this fiscal, leading to overall industry AUM moving to record high of Rs. 33.05 lakh crore and 10 crore folios, ” said N S Venkatesh, Chief Executive, AMFI.

Let us look at the key numbers of May 2021:

Equity schemes

  • Overall, equity schemes have witnessed net inflows of Rs. 10,083 crore in May. The figure is almost thrice the April net inflows of Rs. 3,437 crore
  • Barring ELSS, all equity schemes have recorded net inflows
  • Multi-cap funds garnered highest net inflows in May at Rs. 1,954 crore. The fund category, which has been on the sideline since the introduction of flexi-cap funds, was able to post such a high number due to NFO success of ABSL’s multi-cap fund. The NFO alone contributed Rs. 1,922 crore to the category.
  • Mid-cap funds and focused funds were next in line with net inflows of Rs. 1,368 crore and Rs. 1,169 crore, respectively.
  • Closed-ended equity-oriented schemes have seen net outflows of Rs. 848 crore largely due to maturity of a couple of schemes

Debt schemes

  • Inflows in debt schemes were back in the red after Rs 1 lakh crore net addition in April. The category witnessed net outflow of Rs. 44,512 crore in May
  • Liquid funds and overnight funds have recorded the biggest outflows. Net outflows in liquid funds and overnight funds were Rs. 45,447 crore and Rs. 11,000 crore, respectively
  • Low duration and money market funds have seen net inflows of Rs. 7,823 crore and Rs. 4,334 crore, respectively

Hybrid schemes

  • Inflows in hybrid schemes has declined to Rs. 6,217 crore from Rs. 8,641 crore in April
  • Inflows were led by arbitrage funds with net addition of Rs. 4,521 crore followed by dynamic asset allocation funds that witnessed net inflows of Rs.1,363 crore
  • Balanced hybrid funds have seen net outflow of Rs 435 crore

Overall trend

  • Industry AAUM has gone up by Rs. 56,965 crore to Rs. 32.99 lakh crore
  • Total folios count has crossed the 10-crore mark
  • Gross monthly inflows through SIP have risen to Rs. 8,819 crore, a 2.6% rise from April (Rs. 8,596 crore)
  • Number of SIP accounts has increased to 3.9 crore. SIP AUM at the end of the month was Rs 4.67 lakh crore, which is Rs 32,624 crore higher than the AUM on the last day of April
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