The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has advised mutual funds investing in overseas securities to stop further investments in foreign stocks to avoid breach of industry-wide overseas limits, two industry executives independently confirmed to Mint on the condition of anonymity.
Capital markets regulator Sebi on Friday came out with guidelines for asset management companies (AMCs) with respect to following Indian Accounting Standards (Ind AS). This comes after Sebi amended mutual fund rules which mandated AMCs to prepare the financial statements and accounts of the mutual fund schemes in accordance with Ind AS, with effect from April 1, 2023.READ MORE
NEW DELHI : In a move aimed to further safeguard the interest of mutual fund investors, Sebi has made it mandatory for trustees of mutual funds to obtain the consent of unitholders when majority of trustees decide to wind up a scheme.
MUMBAI : The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has started work on having standardized norms for companies on the environment, social and governance factors, a move to guide investors take better investment decisions.
First lesson in investment that anyone teaches you is that of asset allocation and diversification. While asset allocation is one way of diversification, most investors often see them as one and the same thing. Yes, it’s true, both are adapt ways of minimizing risk and optimizing the return potential of an investment portfolio.
Mutual fund industry's monthly SIP contribution peaked to Rs 11,305 crore in December 2021, higher than Rs 11,004 crore recorded in the preceding month. This is the highest-ever amount of SIP contribution received in a month.
NEW DELHI: In an eventful year for the domestic mutual fund industry, assets under management (AUM) of fund houses, excluding domestic fund of funds (FoF), surged in 2021 to close at a record Rs.37.73 trillion, according to a report by global analytics company, Crisil Ltd.
The Finance Minister's announcement to tax virtual digital assets is seen as a boost to the Rs 38-trillion mutual fund (MF) industry, as it will help more millennials come into its fold. Officials in the asset management industry also welcomed the announcement of surcharge rationalisation.
The quarterly mutual fund flows data for Dec-21 quarter published by AMFI shows positive inflows across equity, hybrid and passive fund assets. However flows were negative in debt funds. In terms of specific categories of flows, equity funds and passive funds dominated the inflows while hybrid funds saw lower inflows. The Dec-21 quarter evinced a clear flow bias in favour of equities and alternate asset funds; while being cautious on debt funds.
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