NISM



May NISM 2022

What is NISM?

 

The National Institute of Securities Market or NISM was set up as a trust by SEBI in 2006 to provide financial education ( WWW.NISM.AC.IN)

NISM certifications can also be used as a stepping stone to begin working in the Banks, NBFC, AMC, and Mutual Fund Distributors, Stock market as an intermediary, or a trader or investor as well.

After doing NISM, you can explore fields like investment banking, sub-broking, broker dealers, mutual fund agent, investment advisor, research analyst & Self employment.

The market today is very much in need of NISM certified professionals and several companies have an opening for these professionals.( you can verify with Job portals)

Framework of Certifications offered:

 

NISM has divided its certification exams into 19 “series” or modules, while most of these are mandatory for professionals looking to work at SEBI and as intermediaries in the market, 

Each exam caters to a specific segment of the stock market, and taking it will help a Student to up skill & become job fit 

Eligibility -12 Pass +

Most Suitable for Students of BBA.MBA, BCA, English, Economics, Commerce & Others.

Module  V-A: Mutual Fund Distributors Certification Examination

There are certain advantages of giving these exams, such as-

1.   Better job opportunities

Just like any other exam or certification, NISM certification also gives you an edge over those who haven’t given the exam. It attracts more and better job opportunities .
 

2.      Better pay

Owing to a better job, you will also have a higher pay than your colleagues.
 

3.      Early promotion

You will rise quickly. You definitely have a greater chance of promotion as compared to others in your field if you are working with a private company. 

4.      Knowledge

The main and most important benefit of giving the exam is the knowledge that you gain from it. The basics that you learn by giving the exam will help you in your field. It will make your task easier and help you understand the ethics of your business better.

 

The exam is not very tough if you study well for it.

The NISM Mutual Fund Module VA Online test can be taken at any time. on  www.nism.ac.in

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Preparation of NISM  MODULE VA

 

We will prepare you to crack NISM Module VA EXAMINATION

Topic

DAY 1   Session 1      INVESTMENT LANDSCAPE

                         Session 2     CONCEPT AND ROLE OF A MUTUAL FUND

DAY 2   Session 3     LEGAL STRUCTURE OF MUTUAL FUNDS IN INDIA

                        Session 4     LEGAL AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

                        Session 5     SCHEME RELATED INFORMATION

DAY 3   Session 6     FUND DISTRIBUTION AND CHANNEL MANAGEMENT

                        Session 7     NAV, TOTAL EXPENSE RATIO AND PRICING OF UNITS

DAY 4   Session 8     TAXATION

                        Session 9     INVESTOR SERVICES

                        Session 10    RISK, RETURN AND PERFORMANCE OF FUNDS

DAY 5   Session 8     MUTUAL FUND SCHEMES  PERFORMANCE

                        Session 9     MUTUAL FUND SCHEME SELECTION

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Curriculum (Mutual Fund Distributors)

Day 1

I.                    INVESTMENT LANDSCAPE
A. Investors and their Financial Goals
B. Savings or Investments?
C. Different Asset Classes
D. Investment Risks
E. Risk Measures and Management Strategies
F. Behavioral Biases in Investment Decision Making
G. Risk Profiling
H. Understanding Asset Allocation
I. Do-it-yourself versus Taking Professional Help

II.                  CONCEPT AND ROLE OF A MUTUAL FUND
A. Concept of a Mutual fund
B. Classification of Mutual Funds
C. Growth of the mutual fund industry in India

 

Mock Test 1

 

Day 2

 

 

III.                LEGAL STRUCTURE OF MUTUAL FUNDS IN INDIA
A. Structure of Mutual Funds in India
B. Key Constituents of a Mutual Fund
C. Organization Structure of Asset Management Company
D. Role and Support function of Service Providers
E. Role and Function of AMFI

IV.                LEGAL AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
A. Role of Regulators in India
B. Role of Securities and Exchange Board of India
C. Due Diligence Process by AMCs for Distributors of Mutual Funds
D. Investor Grievance Redress Mechanism
E. AMFI Code of Conduct for Intermediaries

V.                  SCHEME RELATED INFORMATION
A. Mandatory Documents
B. Non-Mandatory Disclosures

 

Mock Test 2

 

 

Day 3

 

VI.                FUND DISTRIBUTION AND CHANNEL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
A. The role and importance of mutual fund distributors
B. Different kinds of mutual fund distributors
C. Modes of distribution
D. Prerequisites to become Distributor of a Mutual Fund
E. Revenue for a mutual fund distributor
F. Commission Disclosure mandated by SEBI
G. Due Diligence Process by AMCs for Distributors of Mutual Funds
H. Difference between distributors and Investment Advisors
I. Nomination facilities to Agents/Distributors and Payment of Commission to Nominee
J. Change of distributor

VII.              NET ASSET VALUE, TOTAL EXPENSE RATIO AND PRICING OF UNITS
A. Computation of Net Assets of Mutual Fund Scheme and NAV
B. Concept of Entry and Exit Load and its impact on NAV
C. NAV, Total expense ratio and pricing of units for the Segregated Portfolio

 

Mock Test 3

 

Day 4

 

VIII.            TAXATION
A. Applicability of taxes in respect of mutual funds
B. Capital Gains
C. Dividend income
D. Stamp Duty on Mutual Fund Units
E. Setting off of Capital Gains and Losses under Income Tax Act
F. Securities Transaction Tax
G. Tax benefit under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act
H. Tax Deducted at Source
I. Applicability of GST

IX.                 

INVESTOR SERVICES
A. The NFO process
B. New Fund Offer Price/On-going Offer Price for subscription
C. Investment Plans and Services
D. Allotment of Units to the Investor
E. Account statements for investments
F. Mutual Fund Investors
G. Filling the Application Form for Mutual Funds

 


H. Financial Transactions with Mutual Funds
I. Cut-off Time and Time Stamping
J. KYC Requirements for Mutual Fund Investors
K. Systematic Transactions
L. Operational aspects of Systematic Transactions
M. Non-Financial Transactions in Mutual Funds
N. Change in Status of Special Investor Categories
O. Investor transactions – turnaround times

X.                  RISK, RETURN AND PERFORMANCE OF FUNDS
A. General and Specific Risk Factors
B. Factors that affect mutual fund performance
C. Drivers of Returns and Risk in a Scheme
D. Measures of Returns
E. SEBI Norms regarding Representation of Returns by Mutual Funds in India
F. Risks in fund investing with a focus on investors
G. Measures of Risk
H. Certain Provisions with respect to Credit risk

 

Mock Test 4

Day 5

 

XI.                MUTUAL FUND SCHEME PERFORMANCE
A. Benchmarks and Performance
B. Price Return Index or Total Return Index
C. Basis of Choosing an appropriate performance benchmark
D. Benchmarks for equity schemes
E. Benchmarks for Debt Schemes
F. Benchmarks for Other Schemes
G. Quantitative Measures of Fund Manager Performance
H. Tracking Error
I. Scheme Performance Disclosure

XII.              MUTUAL FUND SCHEME SELECTION
A. Scheme Selection based on Investor needs, preference and risk-profile
B. Risk levels in mutual fund schemes
C. Scheme Selection based on investment strategy of mutual funds
D. Selection of Mutual Fund schemes offered by different AMCs or within the scheme category
E. Selecting options in mutual fund schemes
F. Do’s and Don’ts while selecting mutual fund schemes

 

Mock Test 5

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