15 Biggest Mutual Fund Schemes in Nepal

January 5, 2022 | Investopaper

A mutual fund is a company that pools money from many small as well as institutional investors and invests in stocks, bonds, and other investment securities. It is managed and operated by a portfolio manager. Mutual Funds help the general investors to minimize the risk in investment. As the funds are managed by professionals, they generate an adequate return at lower risks. In Nepal, as per the Mutual Fund Directives 2067, the money collected by mutual funds is invested by the portfolio manager in shares, bonds, government securities, and fixed deposits. The return or profit from such investment is distributed to the unitholders in a proportional manner. An investor purchasing the share/unit of the mutual fund is known as a unitholder.


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Here we have presented the 15 largest mutual fund schemes currently operating in Nepal. All the funds are close-end funds and are listed and traded on Nepal Stock Exchange.

15 Biggest Mutual Fund Schemes in Nepal

Rank Mutual Fund Name Stock Symbol Units (in crores) Fund Size (in Rs. Crores)
1 Siddhartha Equity Fund SEF 15 150
2 NIBL Samriddhi Fund – 2 NIBSF2 15 150
3 Sanima Equity Fund SAEF 13 130
4 Laxmi Equity Fund LEMF 12.5 125
5 Nabil Equity Fund NEF 12.5 125
6 NMB 50 NMB50 12.5 125
7 Sunrise BlueChip Fund SBCF 12.5 125
8 Prabhu Select Fund PSF 12.5 125
9 NIC Asia Select-30 NICSF 12.5 125
10 RBB Mutual Fund 1 RMF1 12.5 125
11 Nabil Balanced Fund III NBF3 12.5 125
12 Mega Mutual Fund -1 MMF1 12.5 125
13 Siddhartha Investment Growth Scheme-2 SIGS2 12 120
14 Sanima Large Cap Fund SLCF 12 120
15 Nabil Balanced Fund -2 NBF2 11.2 112

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