• Deadline for SEBI ban on pooling of money and mutual fund units extended to July 1
  • SEBI bars new mutual funds offers for 3 months
  • SEBI defines timelines for rebalancing mutual fund portfolios
  • Sebi’s Circular Clarifies One-Time Mandate For MF Transactions! What’s In It?
  • Amfi prescribes new benchmark for mutual fund schemes
  • Equity schemes and ETFs see sharp surge in investor folios, shows data
  • MFs may have to limit exposure to 10% due to Sebi’s risk cap rule

Starting from April 1, 2022, stock brokers, mutual fund distributors, investment advisors and other service providers involved in mutual fund transactions for their clients were supposed to stop pooling of funds and / or mutual fund units.

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The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has barred mutual funds from launching fresh schemes until the industry complies with the regulator's new rules.These include discontinuing the practice of pooling client money for mutual fund (MF) transactions on the stock exchanges and other online platforms, among others.

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The Securities and Exchange Board of India, the capital market regulator, has issued a circular that clearly defines the rules governing the rebalancing of portfolios of the schemes launched by mutual funds.

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The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has come out with its latest circular on mutual fund transactions through a one-time mandate, in a move that promises to smoothen mutual fund transactions for millions of investors across India.

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Industry body Amfi has prescribed a new benchmarking system for mutual funds for each of their schemes in a bid to standardize and bring uniformity in the benchmarks.

It has listed out first-tier benchmarks for 67 types of mutual fund schemes. This includes categories of debt, equity, hybrid and solution-oriented funds, information available with the Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) showed on Friday.

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The domestic mutual fund (MF) industry has seen a sharp surge in investor folios in the equity and passive investing categories. Meanwhile, the number of folios have shrunk on the debt MF side amid weak returns.

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MUMBAI: Fund managers of several equity mutual fund (MF) schemes may have to offload part of their stakes in the combined HDFC Bank once the merger is complete. As an alternative, they may rejig their holdings in HDFC and HDFC

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