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Invesco Mutual Fund: NAV, Performance & Latest MF Schemes

About Invesco Mutual Fund

Invesco Asset Management Company (AMC) Private Ltd India is a part of Invesco Ltd, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, which has delivered high returns and is a leading investment management firm set up on 20th May 2005. This AMC entered India in 2013 in partnership with the well-established Religare Securities Ltd. company (51% share). Together they formed Religare Invesco Asset Management Co. Ltd., which was co-owned by both the giants – Invesco and Religare.

Invesco Mutual Fund was established in 2006 to cater to the investment needs of retail investors through mutual funds. It is one of the leading independent fund houses in the world. An impressive blend of investment excellence, sustainable business models, and organizational strength has helped the fund house to generate a large number of investor folios. It offers a broad portfolio of mutual fund schemes across equity, fixed income, and hybrid categories along with the fund of fund schemes and exchange-traded funds. It endeavors to deliver best-in-class investment products using its expertise and the global resources of Invesco.

Since its inception, Invesco India mutual fund AMC manages assets worth Rs. 37476 crores, as of 31st March 2021 offering 110 mutual fund schemes that include 33 equity, 111 debt, and 14 hybrid funds. This top-notch Asset Management firm’s main objective is to target the needs of the domestic and international market and fulfill them, creating optimum returns for their investors.

The company has sustainable business models that assist investors in scaling up and providing outstanding financial services. It offers an extensive array of funds suitable for multiple market capitalization. The professional experts at the company analyze the market with exceptional exactness and help the investors take the right financial decisions catering to clients in more than 120 countries. Invesco is well-equipped with a dynamic outlook, and its flexibility with the changing financial world is worth applause.

Saurabh Nanavati, CEO of Invesco India mutual fund, believes in investing in companies of all kinds – retail, institutional and corporate companies. The company offers investors a plethora of trade-worthy mutual fund schemes and professional assistance to earn quality returns on their investments.

Important Information about Invesco Mutual Fund

ParticularsDetails
ChairmanMr V. K. Chopra
CEO and MDMr Saurabh Nanavati
CIOMr Taher Badshah
Auditors  M/s Deloitte Haskins & Sells / M/s. Price Waterhouse Chartered Accountants LLP at Invesco AMC
Investor Service OfficerMr Surinder Singh Negi
Compliance OfficerMr Suresh Jakhotiya
Registrar and Transfer AgentKFin Technologies Pvt Ltd.
CustodianDeutsche Bank
Head OfficeMumbai
Total Number of schemes48
SponsorInvesco Hong Kong Limited
TrusteeInvesco Trustee Private Limited
RegistrarsKarvy Computershare Pvt. Ltd.
Set-Up24th July 2006
Incorporated20th May 2005
Name of TrusteesDean Chisholm (Associate Director) Jeremy Simpson (Associate Director) Bakul Patel (Independent Director) Satyananda Mishra (Independent Director) G. Anantharaman (Independent Director)
A customer can write to or visit the Invesco mutual fund office atAddress- Unit No. 2101 A, 21st Floor, A-Wing, Marathon Futurex, N. M. Joshi Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai 400013.
Invesco mutual fund customer care number022-67310000, 022-23019422 (fax
Invesco mutual fund toll-free number1800 209 0007
Emailpms@invesco.com; mfservices@invesco.com

Ten Top-Performing Invesco Mutual Fund Schemes 

Invesco has mutual funds in almost all categories permitted by the Securities and Exchange Board of India or SEBI. Here is a list of the ten best-performing Invesco mutual fund schemes in India.

1. Invesco India Mid Cap Fund Direct-Growth Category – Equity: Mid Cap)

The scheme’s main objective is to create capital appreciation by investing in Midcap companies.

The Invesco India Mid Cap Fund Direct-Growth Category, with a NAV of 78.330 (as of 2nd May 2021), is the top-performing fund in the ‘Equity: Mid Cap’ category. This open-ended fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 58.60 in one year, and 44.98% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the NIFTY Midcap 100 Total Return Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Pranav Gokhale and Neelesh Dhamnaskar.

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 5,000
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 500
Exit LoadFor units in excess of 10% of the investment, 1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year.
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):342.29% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 1389.34 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio0.74% (as of 31st March 2021)

 2. Invesco India Tax Plan Direct-Growth (Taxsaver: ELSS Fund)

The scheme’s main objective is to create long-term capital growth from a diversified portfolio of equity and equity-related securities. It intends to invest across market capitalization sectors using a diligent bottom-up approach. It aims to have a concentrated and well-researched portfolio, which would be around 20 – 50 stocks.

The Invesco India Tax Plan Direct-Growth Category, with a NAV of 76.6200 (as of 2nd May 2021), is in the Taxsaver: ELSS Fund category. This fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 49.50 in one year, and 40.30% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the S&P BSE 200 Total Return Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Amit Nigam and Dhimant Kothari..

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 5,00
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 500
Exit LoadNIL
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):286.97% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 1512.41 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio0.91% (as of 31st March 2021)

 3. Invesco India Contra Fund Direct-Growth (Equity: Value Oriented Fund)

The scheme’s main objective is to create capital appreciation by investing in Equity and Equity Related Instruments using contrarian investing.

The Invesco India Contra Fund Direct-Growth, with a NAV of 70.3800 (as of 2nd May 2021), is in the Equity: Value Oriented Fund category. This fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 52.47 in one year, and 35.29% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the S&P BSE 500 Total Return Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Taher Badshah and Dhimant Kothari.

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 5,00
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 500
Exit LoadFor units in excess of 10% of the investment, 1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year.
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):300.80% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 6476.52 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio0.57% (as of 31st March 2021)

 4. Invesco India Largecap Fund Direct-Growth (Equity: Large Cap Fund)

The scheme’s main objective is to create capital appreciation by investing in Largecap companies.

The Invesco India Large-cap Fund Direct-Growth, with a NAV of 40.3300 (as of 2nd May 2021), is in the Equity: Large Cap category. This fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 41.46% in one year, and 33.63% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the NIFTY 50 Total Return Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Amit Nigam and Nitin Gosar.

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 100
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 100
Exit LoadNIL
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):207.39% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 290.74 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio1.11% (as of 31st March 2021)

5. Invesco India Growth Opportunities Fund Direct-Growth (Equity: Large and Mid Cap Fund)

The scheme’s main objective is to create capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of Equity and Equity Related Instruments of Large and Midcap companies.

The Invesco India Growth Opportunities Fund Direct-Growth, with a NAV of 48.8700 (as of 2nd May 2021), is in the Equity: Large and Mid Cap category. This fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 45.32% in one year, and 32.55% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the S&P BSE 250 Large MidCap 65:35 Total Return Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Taher Badshah and Pranav Gokhale.

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 100
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 100
Exit LoadFor units in excess of 10% of the investment, 1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year.
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):253.36% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 3650.51 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio0.54% (as of 31st March 2021)

6. Invesco India Infrastructure Fund Direct-Growth (Equity: Sectoral-Infrastructure Fund)

The scheme’s main objective is to create long-term capital appreciation by investing in a portfolio that is constituted of equity and equity-related instruments of infrastructure companies.

The Invesco India Infrastructure Fund Direct-Growth, with a NAV of 26.1700 (as of 2nd May 2021), is in the Equity: Sectoral-Infrastructure category. This fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 50.23% in one year, and 31.77% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the S&P BSE India Infrastructure Total Return Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Amit Nigam and Neelesh Dhamnaskar

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 500
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 500
Exit LoadFor units in excess of 10% of the investment, 1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year.
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):238.11% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 109.77 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio1.33% (as of 31st March 2021)

7. Invesco India Financial Services Fund Direct-Growth (Equity: Sectoral-Banking Fund)

The scheme’s main objective is to create capital appreciation from a portfolio of Equity and Equity Related Instruments of companies engaged in the business of banking and financial services.

The Invesco India Financial Services Fund Direct-Growth, with a NAV of 75.5500 (as of 2nd May 2021), is in the Equity: Sectoral-Banking category. This fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 44.87% in one year, and 31.60% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the NIFTY Financial Services Total Return Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Dhimant Kothari and Hiten Jain.

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 100
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 100
Exit LoadFor units in excess of 10% of the investment, 1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year.
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):210.78% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 292.80 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio1.14% (as of 31st March 2021)

 8. Invesco India Corporate Bond Fund Direct-Growth (Debt: Corporate Bond)

The fund creates regular and stable income by investing in bonds issued by corporates. The scheme will invest in bonds that are rated AA+/ AAA by credit rating agencies.

The Invesco India Corporate Bond Fund Direct-Growth, with a NAV of 2634.8148 (as of 2nd May 2021), is in the Debt: Corporate Bond category. This fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 9.09% in one year, and 30.33% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the CRISIL AAA Short-Term Bond Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Vikas Garg and Krishna Venkat.

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 100
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 100
Exit LoadNIL
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):91.18% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 2914.44 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio0.20% (as of 31st March 2021)

 9. Invesco India Short Term Fund Direct-Growth (Debt: Short Duration)

The scheme’s main objective is to create steady returns with moderate risk by investing in a portfolio comprising of short-medium term debt and money market instruments.

The Invesco India Short Term Fund Direct-Growth, with a NAV of 3052.2750 (as of 2nd May 2021), is in the Debt: Short Duration category. This fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 8.31% in one year, and 28.51% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the CRISIL Short-Term Bond Total Return Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Vikas Garg and Krishna Venkat Cheemalapati.

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 500
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 500
Exit LoadNIL
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):95.30% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 1175.15 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio0.40% (as of 31st March 2021)

 10. Invesco India Multicap Fund Direct-Growth (Equity: Flexi Cap)

The scheme’s main objective is to create long-term capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity-related securities of large, mid, and small companies. The fund uses a diligent bottom-up investment approach to select stocks across the market capitalization range.

The Invesco India Multicap Fund Direct-Growth, with a NAV of 71.1500 (as of 2nd May 2021), is in the Equity: Flexi Cap category. This fund was launched on 01 Jan 2013 and has given trailing returns of 54.14% in one year, and 27.81% in 3 years (as of 30th April 2021). The fund considers the S&P BSE AllCap Total Return Index as its benchmark is currently managed by its fund managers Amit Nigam and Pranav Gokhale.

Key Information

Minimum InvestmentINR 500
Minimum SIP InvestmentINR 500
Exit LoadFor units in excess of 10% of the investment, 1% will be charged for redemption within 1 year.
Return Since Inception (01 Jan 2013):297.71% (as of 30th April 2021)
AssetsINR 1171.10 Crore (as of 31st March 2021)
Expense Ratio0.93% (as of 31st March 2021)

Using the Invesco Mutual Fund Calculator 

The Invesco mutual fund investment may generate returns, but it is impossible to calculate the exact amount earned as returns. But Invesco mutual fund calculator helps to estimate the returns which can be expected from the invested capital. This can be used for both, Lumpsum and Invesco mutual fund SIP payments and to get an appropriate view of the mutual fund statement. The investor needs to fill in the following information to find the estimated returns of mutual funds:

Invesco Mutual Fund Calculated Returns based on:

  • Selected Scheme
  • Target Corpus (Rs) 
  • Investment Tenure (in months) 
  • Annual Investment Return (%) 

How can you invest in Invesco Mutual via EduFund?

It is a simple, convenient, and easy process through Invesco mutual fund login using EduFund to invest in some of the most profitable Invesco Mutual Fund Schemes, which involves a hassle-free process. Let us look at the details of the process:

Step 1: The investor needs to visit the official webpage of Invesco or he can choose to visit the main page of EduFund to initiate an investment in Invesco Mutual Funds.

Step 2: If he is a registered user, he can directly Invesco mutual fund login onto the platform using his mobile number and password/OTP. Or he would need to create his new Invesco mutual fund login ID, which can be done through EduFund as well, register using a new password, and then login.

Step 3: He should then go to the Mutual Funds section and choose ‘Invest’ and go to ‘Explore All Funds’, placed on the left sidebar.

Step 4: From all the available Invesco Mutual Funds, the investor can choose the best type of mutual fund of his choice. All details about the chosen fund will appear on the screen, like risk level, tenure, NAV, etc.

Step 5: The investor needs to select the category and choose the payment option he wants to go with – Lumpsum or SIP. He needs to enter the amount he wishes to invest and then simply click on ‘Confirm.’

Step 6: After confirming the plan, the investor simply needs to make his payment using his bank details, net banking, or using his debit or credit card.

KYC Check required for investing in Invesco Mutual Funds

KYC needs to be complete and compliant before investing in Mutual Funds will be processed within 5 working days after the payment, and KYC formalities are fulfilled.

The following SEBI-registered intermediaries need to be mandatorily contacted, and regulations need to be followed to complete the KYC:

  • AMC – Asset Management Company and The Fund House (Asset Management Companies)
  • KYC Registration Agency such as CAMS, Karvy, CSDL, NSDL, and NSE-owned DotEx International Limited

To complete the KYC online, the investor should follow the below-mentioned steps:

  • To initiate Invesco mutual fund login or through EduFund using personal details and Aadhaar-linked mobile number, which can be verified using OTP.
  • Upload self-attested copies of Identity Proof and Address Proof.

Documents Required for Invesco Mutual Fund Investment are:

  • Identity Proof – Acceptable documents are Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, Passport, Driving, License,  
  • Address Proof – Acceptable documents are Aadhar Card, Driving License, Passport, Recent Utility Bill, and Rental/Lease Agreement

EduFund is a renowned portal that is registered with AMFI, BSE, and SEBI with zero fees to sign up. The investment logged in by the individual will reflect in his EduFund account within 3-5 business days.

The Best Performing Invesco Tax Saving Mutual Fund

Invesco India Tax Plan Mutual Funds are the benchmark as a beating tax saver with assured consistency and are among the top tax-saving funds. It is a safe bet for investors seeking capital appreciation over the long term and Investment in equity and equity-related instruments. It generates long-term capital growth from a diversified portfolio mainly consisting of equity-related securities. The key benefits of investing in Invesco Tax Saving Mutual Fund are:

  1. It is an open-ended ELSS Equity Linked Savings Scheme that comprises a lock-in period of a minimum of 3 years
  2. It helps in Tax exemptions under section 80C of the Income Tax Act 1961
  3. It is invested with a long term perspective
  4. It has significant exposure to midcap
  5. It consists of a balanced and well-diversified portfolio

Leading Fund Managers at Invesco Mutual Fund 

The Invesco Mutual Fund Investment experts are well-equipped with providing professional assistance within the Finance Sector with appropriate qualifications and knowledge of investment. Some of the most efficient Fund Managers at Invesco Mutual Fund are:

Top Equity Fund Managers

  1. Taher Badshah (Chief Investments Officer)

Taher joined Invesco AMC as a Chief Investments Officer in 2017 and has 24 years old overall experience in Indian Equity Market. He has prior experience of working at Motilal Oswal Asset Management as the Head of Equities. He has also worked at ICICI Prudential AMC, Alliance Capital AMC, Kotak Mahindra Investment Advisors, etc.

He has completed his master’s in management studies degree in Finance from S.P. Jain Institute of Management. He has also completed his B.E. degree in Electronics from the University of Mumbai. In Invesco, he is completely engrossed with the equity management function. 

  1. Amit Ganatra (Fund Manager)

As a Fund Manager, Amit Ganatra is well-versed with equity research and has professional experience of over 16 years. He holds a degree in Chartered Accountant and Commerce, and he takes intensive decisions and strategies for portfolio management. 

  1. Pranav Gokhale (Fund Manager)

Pranav has a total experience of 14 years serving as a Fund Manager at Invesco Mutual Funds AMC e in Indian Equity Markets. He is a Chartered Account from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Also, he holds an M. Com degree from Mumbai University. Pranav has previously worked with IL&FS, International Ship Repair LLC Fujairah, ICICI Direct, and Rosy Blue Securities. 

  1. Neelesh Dhamnaskar (Fund Manager)

Neelesh has been working for 9 years with Invesco in Equity Investment with more than 14 years of experience in the equity and research market. He joined Invesco in 2010 and has also worked with ENAM, KRC, Anand Rathi Securities Limited. Mr Dhamnaskar holds a Commerce degree, an MMS degree in Finance from Mumbai University and is currently pursuing CFA (USA), and is a Level III candidate. 

  1. Mr. Nitin Gosar (Fund Manager)

Mr. Gosar has more than 14 years of experience, and he joined Invesco MF in 2011 in equity research. He has previously worked with IFCI Financial Services and Batlivala & Karani Securities. He holds a BMS degree, a master’s degree in Finance from ICFAI. 

Top Debt Fund Managers

  1. Mr. Sujoy Kumar Das – Head of the Fixed Income investment

Mr. Das, who has more than 22 years of the overall experience, joined Invesco Mutual Fund in 2010. He is currently the head of the Fixed Income investment team in Invesco AMC.

He was earlier working with DSP Merrill Lynch Mutual Fund, Bharti AXA Mutual Fund, and Bank of Punjab before joining Invesco. As per the “Top Fund Managers of India” survey, organized by Business Today and Mutualfundsindia.com, which was conducted in May 2005 & April 2012, he was awarded as the best debt fund manager in the country.

He has a BSc, – bachelor’s in science in Economics degree from Calcutta University. He holds a diploma of Post-Graduation in Business Administration in Finance & International Business from the Hindu Institute of Management.

  1. Mr. Krishna Cheemalapati (Fund Manager)

Mr. Cheemalapati holds a significant position in the fixed income investment department of Invesco as a Fund Manager, which he joined in 2011. With an overall experience of 22 years, he has worked with other big giants like Reliance General Insurance and ICAP India Pvt. Ltd. He has completed his CFA from ICFAI, PGDBA from ICFAI Business School, and holds a BE degree from Andhra University.

  1. Mr Abhishek Bandiwdekar (Fund Manager and Dealer at Invesco AMC)

Mr. Bandiwdekar has more than 12 years of overall experience in the Markets of Fixed Income, and he joined Invesco AMC in 2014. He is leading a high position in Invesco as a fund manager and a dealer. Previously, he has worked with STCI Primary Dealer Ltd., Taurus Corporate Advisory Services Ltd., IDBI Asset Management, and A.K. Capital Services Ltd. He has done his PGDFM in Finance from I.E.S Management College of Commerce & Economics and is a commerce graduate.

  1. Mr. Vikas Garg (Head of the credit research team at Invesco)

Mr. Garg has more than 15 years of experience. Before joining Invesco, he has worked within the financial markets of other firms like L&T mutual fund as a portfolio manager and FIL Fund Management Pvt Ltd and ICRA Ltd in their credit research team. He obtained a diploma in PDGM from XLRI-Jamshedpur, a CFA charter in the USA, and holds a B. Tech and M. Tech degree in Chemical Engineering from IIT-Delhi.

  1. Mr. Vardhaman Kochar (VP of performance and risk at Invesco)

Mr. Kochar has more than 12 of experience in performance and risk management. He has worked with Genpact and Polaris Financial Technology, Crisil Irevna Ltd. He has an MBA degree from IIT Kanpur and holds a B. E. degree in Computer Science from Rajasthan. The fund managers at Invesco Mutual Fund are:

  1. Mr. Dhimant Kothari
  2. Mr. Hiten Jain
  3. Ms. Rita Tahilramani
  4. Mr. Rajeev Bhardwaj
  5. Mr. Kuber Mannadi
  6. Mr. Herin Shah
  7. Mr. Prateek Jain

Why Should You Invest in Invesco Mutual Fund using EduFund?

Investing in Invesco Mutual Funds through EduFund is a wise decision and should be taken soon to avail the following benefits:

  1. Features like Rupee cost averaging, Power of Compounding, Long-term Savings, and SIP Benefits enable many investors to invest in Invesco.
  2. Each Invesco Mutual Fund and benefit can be identified using its NAV, AUM, peer average returns, past performances, etc. 
  3. A robust investment process for equities and fixed income. 
  4. For fixed-income, the portfolios revolve around maximizing returns by investing in quality assets, minimizing liquidity risk and interest rate risk.
  5. For equity, with the help of ESG – Environment, Social, and Governance Overlay, Invesco follows an active fund management strategy.
  6. Invesco categorizes stocks based on value, event-based stocks, and growth.
  7. The stock category names are unique. 
  8. Their risk management process starts with the investment and continues till the final existence of the fund in the market.
  9. Invesco Mutual Fund is quite popular because it commits to provide investment excellence, depth of investment capabilities, organizational strength, and global footprint.

Select EduFund For Investing in Invesco Mutual Fund

EduFund makes the process of investing in Invesco mutual funds convenient. EduFund’s experienced consultants give you customized solutions for all your financial goals. You can start investing from a lowly INR 5,000 and grow your capital comfortably.

With EduFund, you get the following benefits:

  • Customized Research-Based Financial Plan –  EduFund’s scientific fund tracker screen over 1 lakh data points and 400 financial scenarios to recommend you the best mutual funds. 
  • Customer-Friendly Counsellors Help You Create a Financial Plan – EduFund’s counsellors are trained to handle all kinds of queries from customers. They spend as much time with you as you need and resolve all your issues to help you create a robust financial plan.
  • Invest Less, Earn More – Not only the best Indian mutual funds, EduFund offers you the facility to invest in US Dollar ETFs and international mutual funds.
  • Use Free Tools – EduFund offers various free tools for its customers, including College Savings Calculator, SIP calculator, etc. 
  • No Technical Expertise Required – You do not need to be an expert in finance to understand which mutual fund is the best for you. EduFund does it for you.
  • Value-Added Benefits – You may get value-added benefits like no commission, free advisory, and nil hidden charges.
  • Secure Transactions – EduFund is RIA-registered and uses top-class 128-SSL security to enable safe transactions.
  • Special Support for Children’s Education – EduFund has a dedicated team of experts who help you fulfill your children’s educational goals. 

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