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CNBCTV18.com and CNBC-TV18 break new ground with launch of educational web series — Mutual Funds Simplified

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MUMBAI: CNBCTV18.com, the premium financial news digital platform, and CNBC-TV18, India’s No. 1 business new channel, will launch a new digital series named “Mutual Funds Simplified” around mid-November, 2018. The web series, a collaborative effort between the TV channel and the digital platform, is a guide to navigating the world of mutual funds and helping our audience become smarter investors. The episodes will first be out on CNBCTV18.com, and its social handles, followed by CNBC-TV18.   

The three-part series — Beginner’s, Intermediary and Advanced — will help investors understand mutual funds and help fill the gaps about risks and opportunities in these type of investments. The series will explain the variety of investment options mutual funds offer, providing clarity so that investors can make informed choices while making their decisions.  

On the launch of the first-of-its-kind digital educational series, Feroze Azeez, Deputy CEO, Anand Rathi Private Wealth Ltd, said, “India has 600 million young people and they are set to change the world. This generation is motivated, and a mix of both Indian and western cultures, where the internet and mobile phones are an important part of their learning and daily need. This web series is a fun way of learning to invest wisely and make your money work for your future financial goals. Mutual Funds Simplified, will prove to be beneficial and educational across categories and especially the young investors so they can make informed decisions.” 

Commenting on the launch, Sumaira Abidi, Anchor, CNBC-TV18 said, “At CNBC-TV18 we are committed on helping viewers protect and grow their money. Mutual Funds Simplified - helps you understand how to protect your money against inflation and market volatility so you can create long-term wealth. The series will help you understand the diversity mutual funds propose and how you can carefully narrow it down to suit your portfolio.” 

On the significance of Mutual Funds Simplified, Ranjita Sehgal, Business Head, CNBCTV18.com, stated, “The web series is out first educational multi format series from CNBC-TV18 and will rest across our digital, social and TV platforms. The two-to-three minute explainer-video helps retain investor’s attention. We take this as a great opportunity to partner brands who benefit from reaching out to the right audience and we look forward to tap such multi-format opportunities in the future.”

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