All About Exchange Traded Funds

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What is an ETF?

An Exchange Traded Fund or ETF is a mutual fund scheme that invests in a basket of assets (bonds, stocks, commodities including gold, etc.) that reflect the composition of a benchmark index for instance in case of equities this could be the Nifty or BSE Sensex. ETFs combine the advantages of both equity stocks and mutual funds to offer investors liquidity, transparency and diversification. What’s more, you can invest in as little as 1 unit of an ETF.

ETFs are an innovative option to reach your goals

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Ready to invest in ETFs?
Here’s a quick checklist.
  • Demat account

    You will need a demat account in order to invest in ETFs.

  • KYC compliance

    You need to have completed your KYC.

  • Select an ETF

    Choose from a wide range of ETFs across asset classes, market sectors etc.



Watch and learn more about the basics of Exchange Traded Funds in our #ETFSimplified series.


Here are a few links to read more about ETFs.

An investor Education Initiative by ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund

Visit to know more about the process to complete a one-time Know Your Customer (KYC) requirement to invest in Mutual Funds. Investors should only deal with registered Mutual Funds, details of which can be verified on the SEBI website For any queries, complaints & grievance redressal, investors may reach out to the AMCs and / or Investor Relations Officers. Additionally, investors may also lodge complaints on if they are unsatisfied with the resolutions given by AMCs. SCORES portal facilitates you to lodge your complaint online with SEBI and subsequently view its status.

Mutual fund investments are subject to market risks. Read all scheme related documents carefully.