Women Investors on the Rise: Mutual Fund Investments Jump to 21%

The Association of Mutual Funds of India (AMFI) reports a significant increase in women investors in Indian mutual funds, from 15.2% in 2017 to 20.9% of AUM as of 2023.

Women investors' share in B-30 cities increased from 15% to 18%, while in urban centers (T-30), it rose from 17% to 28% during the same period.

Women investors are committed to long-term financial planning, with 17% investing in regular SIPs for over five years. Goa leads with 40%, followed by northeastern states and urban centers.

Around 50% of women investors are aged 25-44, favoring new-age capital market instruments. Older women also contribute significantly, with 21% aged 45-58 and 16% aged 59 and above.

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