1. The AMFI were instrumental in setting transparent and ethical regulations in the Indian mutual fund arena. 2. In the last two decades, it has contributed immensely to protect the interests of investors as well as fund houses. 3. They make investments more accessible and transparent to attract more people. 4. Every fund house, advisers, trustees and agents (intermediaries) must register with AMFI, which you can find on the government website. 5. AMFI currently has 44 members, which includes 42 SEBI-registered Asset Management Companies. 6. Their Ads explain the advantages of mutual funds without ignoring the risk factors, which says a lot about their transparency.