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  • Sebi lays down procedure for change in AMCs' controlling interest

Markets regulator Sebi has put in place a procedure for change in controlling interest ofasset management companies and issued guidelines for new sponsors of mutual funds.

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The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on March 5, 2021, made it compulsory for mutual funds to vote on all company resolutions.

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Despite facing a treacherous period of sharp market corrections, a full-blown pandemic and strict lockdowns, the mutual fund industry’s assets during the last year have increased by 9.5%.

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The over Rs 30-trillion MF industry in India has a large male dominance. According to the data compiled by MF tracker Morningstar, the industry has 376 fund managers, but only 8 per cent, or 30, of them are female. Assets managed by women fund managers are worth Rs 4.11 trillion, about 13.5 per cent of total AUM.

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Markets regulator Sebi has put in place a procedure for change in controlling interest ofasset management companies and issued guidelines for new sponsors of mutual funds.

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