Capital markets regulator Sebi has amended mutual fund rules, which require fund houses to invest in their own schemes depending on the risk level to ensure 'skin in the game'. The current rule requires an investment of 1 per cent of the amount raised in a New Fund Offer (NFO) or an amount of Rs 50 lakh, whichever is less.
Markets regulator Sebi on Wednesday asked mutual funds to maintain current accounts in an appropriate number of banks for receiving subscription amount and payment of redemption and dividend.READ MORE
Securities & Exchange Board of India has asked registrar and transfer agents (RTA) to jointly develop a common platform for serving existing and future mutual fund investors. The platform will allow investors to place both transaction and service requests.
Modifying a 2017 circular, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) today allowed mutual fund houses to offer instant access facility in overnight funds. This is in addition to liquid funds which were earlier made eligible for this facility. The new rule is applicable with immediate effect.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Monday proposed a swing pricing mechanism for mutual funds to prevent the collapse in a scheme’s net asset value (NAV) at times of investor exodus.
Capital markets regulator Sebi is in the process of issuing a revised risk management framework for mutual fund industry in view of the changes in the industry landscape which will define the roles and responsibilities of officials, a senior official said on Wednesday.
Markets regulator Sebi is examining steps to improve liquidity in the exchange-traded funds segment on stock exchange platforms. Globally, passive funds such as index funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs) have emerged as one of the largest asset classes.
Investments into equity mutual funds surged more than threefold in July amid optimism about the economy as restrictions eased after a deadlier second wave.
As much as 16 per cent of mutual fund (MF) assets to the tune of Rs 5.56 trillion have come from beyond 30 (B30) cities as of June 2021. These assets have risen 39 per cent from Rs 4.01 trillion in June 2020, latest data from Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) shows.
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