Nomination Facility in Mutual Funds

Can a mutual fund investor appoint a nominee?

Yes, individual investors in mutual funds can appoint a nominee to their investments. This ensures a smoother transfer of funds in unforeseen circumstances. However, it's essential to note that non-individual entities or corporate investors cannot assign a nominee.

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