Sahara’s Mutual Fund Distribution House announces expansion of its network

Sahara India Pariwar is headed by Mr. Subrata Roy Sahara who is the Managing Worker and Chairman. The Group claims that the Sahara India Pariwar has an all India presence. Sahara Group has various business interests like Finance, Infrastructure and Housing, Media and Entertainment, Consumer Products, Manufacturing, Services and Trading etc. This group, founded in 1978 by Mr Subrata Roy, has over the years emerged as a multi-service and multi-product business conglomerate with diverse interests in multiple fields such as Para Banking, Life Insurance, Mutual Funds, Housing Finance, Housing & Infrastructure, Tourism & Hospitality, etc.

Sahara India Financial Corporation Limited is the investment arm of the Subrata Roy’s Sahara India Group. Capital Market Services Division is a unit of Sahara India Financial Corporation Limited. It deals in the distribution of Mutual Funds schemes. It has announced its expansion plan. Under the plan, Capital Market Services Division will strengthen its distribution network nationwide by increasing its branch network from 37 to 75 branches by December, 2007 December and 150 branches by next year. The expansion is aimed to provide various financial services beside distribution of Mutual Funds schemes. Sahara group hopes that with this they will be able to provide complete range of financial solutions to their investors. Sahara Mutual Fund presently governs six equity funds namely Sahara Mid Cap Fund, Sahara Growth Fund, Sahara Tax Gain Fund, Sahara Wealth Plus Fund, Sahara R.E.A.L. and Sahara Infrastructure Fund. These Funds have performed extremely sound.

Subrata Roy Sahara had a vision to establish Sahara Mutual Fund as a transparent and professional Fund House with the aim to offer its investors a mutual fund that is truly mutual. Sahara Mutual Fund offers products in the equity and debt segments to its investors namely Sahara Tax Gain Fund, Sahara Growth Fund, Sahara Mid cap Fund, Sahara Wealth Plus Fund, Sahara Infrastructure Fund, Sahara Power and Natural Resources Fund, Sahara Banking and Financial Services Fund, Sahara Super 20 Fund, Sahara Star Value Fund, Sahara Liquid Fund, Sahara Gilt Fund, Sahara Income Fund, Sahara Short Term Bond Fund, Sahara Interval Fund and Sahara Classic Fund. All the schemes have shown steady superior performance over various time periods