Who Should Prepare NISM Merchant Banking Certification Examination?
NISM Series 9 is also known as NISM Merchant Banking Certification Examination. As Derivative Market is huge topic.
NISM Merchant Banking exam is must course for those who perform SEBI regulated activities such as IPO, further public offer, Open Offer, Buy-back and Delisting or work as Compliance Officer in India. As SEBI has made few NISM Certification compulsory to work legally in India.
Study Material For NISM Merchant Banking:
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There Are About 8 Units / Chapters In NISM Series 9:
|1||Introduction to the Capital Market||7%|
|2||Introduction to the Merchant Banking||15%|
|3||Registration, Code of Conduct & General Obligations of Merchant Bankers in India||15%|
|4||Issue Management – Important Terms||5%|
|5||Issue Management – Process and Underwriting||18%|
|6||Issue Management – General Obligations of Merchant Bankers and Due Diligence||15%|
|7||Other Merchant Banking Activities – Mergers, Acquisitions & Takeovers||15%|
|8||Other Merchant Banking Activities – Disinvestment, Buyback of Equity Shares||10%|
Issue Management – Process and Underwriting, Introduction to the Merchant Banking, Other Merchant Banking Activities – Mergers, Acquisitions & Takeovers, Registration, Code of Conduct & General Obligations of Merchant Bankers in India, Issue Management – General Obligations of Merchant Bankers and Due Diligence are the most important chapters in NISM 9 Certification Examination and have most Weightage.
As you can see their are only 8 chapters in NISM Merchant Banking exam. And all of them have significant weightage. All chapters are important.
You should not ignore chapters like Issue Management – Important Terms, Introduction to the Capital Market and Other Merchant Banking Activities – Disinvestment, Buyback of Equity Shares despite having lowest weightage because they are very important chapters and can be covered in just few days.
NISM 9 Mock Test (Play And Earn):
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#1. In the Growth option of Debt Mutual Fund scheme an Investor doesn't have
#2. Short term or long term, Capital loss, can be set off against
Capital loss, can be set off against same source of income only.
Set off benefit means to adjust losses with the help of gains in funds and only pay tax for the left over profit. But there is rule that you can compensate your losses only with gains of same income source and for this question income source is capital gains. So you can take set off benefits only through capital gains to recover capital losses.
#3. Long term capital losses can only be set off against
Similarly, short term capital losses can only be set off against short term capital gains.
#4. In Growth Options, Fund Managers objective is to
#5. In National Pension Scheme (NPS), Auto choice subscriber's allocation of investments between the different asset class is
Auto choice subscriber’s allocation of investments between the different asset class (Equity and Debt) is determined through subscriber’s age.
Obviously, if NPS subscriber is elder person then their equity exposure will reduce as time passes but in case of young subscriber equity exposure should be more. As older person have less risk taking capacity than younger ones.
#6. Which among the following fund can private sector NPS subscriber can choose, under the active choice model?
Under the active choice model, private sector NPS subscriber have right to manage their investment (with a rule that their investment shouldn’t have Equity exposure more than 75%).
So, under active choice model, NPS subscriber can invest in any kind of fund with above exception.
#7. For Individual and Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) investors, DDT in Equity is
For Individual and HUF Investors,
Direct Distribution Tax in Equity is 10% (11.648% with 12% surcharge and 4% cess).
#8. Which among the following option is correct?
In Private sector model NPS Subscribers have two choice:
1) Active choice = NPS Subscribers can manage their investment.
2) Auto choice = NPS Subscribers can’t manage their investment.
But in case of Active choice, there is a rule that Equity exposure shouldn’t exceed more than 75%.
And in the Government model of NPS, only government decide to manage the investment.
#9. For Domestic Company, Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT) in Equity is 10% (11.648% with 12% surcharge and 4% cess).
Direct Distribution Tax in Equity is
10% (11.648% with 12% surcharge and 4% cess)
for Individuals, HUF, Domestic company as well as NRI. Remember it.
#10. In money market fund, for individuals and HUF investors DDT applicable is
In money market fund (not equity fund),
for individuals and HUF investors
DDT applicable is
29.12% (25% with 12% surcharge and 4% cess).
#11. Indexation Benefit is used to evade tax
Indexation Benefit is used to decreases the tax liability for the impact of Inflation.
For Instance, i put money on SBI Bank FD.
If Inflation rate is 4% and Interest rate is 7% then my actual Rate of return is (7-4=3%). So my actual gain is 3%.
If i pay tax for normal case then i have to pay tax for 7% gains.
But through help of indexation i need to pay tax for only 3% gains.
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