ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund and The Hindu BusinessLine will together conduct a webinar on the topic ‘Managing Your Debt Fund Investments’ on Saturday, August 29. Industry experts will offer insights on subjects such as: why debt funds are an essential part of asset allocation, key factors that drive NAVs of debt funds, understanding the 16 categories of debt funds, and how one can construct a debt fund portfolio. Queries related to mutual funds will also be answered. Experts on the panel include: Renu Narayan, Regional head – Karnataka, ICICI Prudential Mutual Funds, and Piyush Gupta, Director – Fund Research, CRISIL Ltd. The session will be moderated by Radhika Merwin, Associate Editor, The Hindu BusinessLine. Registrations can be done free of cost at http://bit.ly/THEDIT2
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