What does a lump-sum investment refer to?

A lump-sum investment refers to committing funds to a mutual fund in a single transaction. Typically, lump-sum investments are substantial in size.

Illustratively, directing an amount of Rs. 1,55,000/- into a mutual fund in a single transaction is an instance of a lump-sum investment.

To invest in Mutual Fund schemes through ANT, you can initiate the process by selecting the “Buy” option available on the app or website. The “Buy” option pertains to lump-sum investments.

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