Who Should Prepare NISM 10b Certification Examination?
NISM 10b is also known as NISM Investment Advisors (Level 2) Certification Examination. As Investment Advisors are very important profession in Securities Market, there are two levels in this module. Like Level 1 , this Level 2 of Investment Advisors covers all the relevant aspects of Investment Advisors in brief.
As previously discussed must course for those who work as a Investment Advisors in India. As SEBI has made this Certification compulsory to work legally as a Investment advisor in India.
Investment Advisors is basically an Registered Investment Advisor that provides online investment advice to those in defined contribution plans. Saving for retirement can be difficult, that’s why Investment Advisors are exist every step of the way to help you along.
Any Financial planning advice from retirement to the stock market can be obtained with the help of Investment Advisors. Investment education is key in planning an intelligent retirement plan.
Study Material For NISM 10b:
You can buy NISM Series 10 B: Investment Advisors (Level 2) Certification Examination workbook from Amazon or you can get previous edition of Ebook of NISM 10b from here free of cost.
We also provide free mock test. We have covered all the NISM Series 10 B: Investment Advisors (Level 2) Certification Examination questions and answers with detailed explanation for each question. This mock test also includes real life word problems and numericals as they also very important part of this modules.
There Are About 7 Units / Chapters In NISM 10b:
|Unit 1||Understanding Securities Markets and Performance|
|Unit 2||Knowing Operational Aspects of financial transactions|
|Unit 3||Personal Financial Planning|
|Unit 4||Comprehensive Financial Planning|
|Unit 5||Product analysis and selection|
|Unit 6||Regulatory and Compliance Aspects|
|Unit 7||Case studies in Comprehensive Financial Advice|
Before preparing for Level 2, I must advise you to check our Investment advisors level 1 study material. Comprehensive Financial Planning, Regulatory and Compliance Aspects are the most important chapters in Investment Advisors (Level2) Certification Examination and have most Weightage.
As you can see their are only 7 chapters in Investment Advisors Level 2 exam. And all of them have significant weightage. All chapters are important. You should not ignore chapters like Knowing Operational Aspects of financial transactions and Case studies in Comprehensive Financial Advice despite having lowest weightage because they are very important chapters and can be covered in just few days.
NISM 10b Mock Test (Play And Earn):
This NISM 10b mock test is created by our very experienced teacher who have deep knowledge and is a well known Investment Advisor.
This is sample mock test of Investment Advisors (Level 2). These questions are up to date with detailed explanation of every question. The answers are easy to understand and are 100% accurate.
#1. 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).
#2. In Debt fund, DDT applicable to Domestic company is
#3. In Debt fund, DDT applicable to NRI is
#4. In Infrastructure Debt fund, DDT applicable to NRI is
In Infrastructure Debt fund,
DDT applicable to NRI is 5.824% (5% with 12% surcharge and 4% cess)
#5. Which among the following option is due diligence criteria for individual distributors?
#6. Before the expiry of one month from the close of each half year, The mutual fund shall display the unaudited financial results
As per the SEBI,
It is mandatory for AMC to display the
unaudited financial results on their website
Before the expiry of one month from the close of each half year.
#7. Celebrities can endorse any schemes of a specific Mutual Fund
As per the SEBI advertising code for mutual funds,
celebs can’t endorse any scheme of a particular Mutual fund
#8. Permanent Retirement Account Number (PRAN) card is
PRAN card is issued only to NPS subscribers
and can be used as a valid photo id proof
for KYC verification for micro SIP.
#9. In NPS, investor can allocate their fund in
Investor can allocate their fund in four asset class:
Equity= Asset class E
Corporate Debt= Asset class C
Alternative investment product= Asset class A
Government bonds= Asset class G
#10. In NPS, which among the following investment options can't be consist in Alternative investment product (Asset class A)?
Corporate debt comes under Asset class C.
While all these options comes under Asset class A:
- Units issued by Real Estate Investment Trusts regulated by SEBI.
- Units issued by Infrastructure Investment Trusts regulated by SEBI.
- Commercial mortgage based securities.
- Asset backed securities regulated by SEBI.
- Alternate Investment funds registered by SEBI.
Remember the above options they are very important for exam.
#11. Investor can file suit against
Here the word Trust is refer to Mutual fund.
As we all know that Mutual Fund is Trust not a company.
So as per rules, Investors have right to sue Trustees but not Trust.
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