About the sector
Since the past 10 years the AMCs are showing significant growth. CRISIL expects industry QAAUM to grow at a CAGR of 17-19% between September 30, 2019 and March 31, 2024, driven by accelerating economic growth, growing investor bases across geographies (particularly in B30 cities) and growing investable household surpluses. CRISIL expects industry revenues and net profits to grow at CAGRs of 16% and 17%, respectively.
Place in their sector
As of September 30, 2019, UTI is the largest (AMC) in India by Total (AUM), we are the seventh largest AMC in India by mutual fund QAAUM.UTI have the largest share of monthly average AUM among the top 10 AMCs in India, according to CRISIL.UTI cater to a diverse group of individual and institutional investors through a wide variety of fund products and services including the domestic mutual funds of UTI Mutual Fund, portfolio management services to institutional clients and high net worth individuals, and retirement, offshore and alternative investment fund management services.