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Regulator brings in flexi-cap category for mutual funds

MUMBAI, Nov. 13 -- The markets regulator has introduced a 'flexi- cap category' for mutual funds (MFs), which will be required to invest at least 65% of the corpus in equity but will have no restricti... Read More


ESG investments are fast gaining traction in India

New Delhi, Nov. 11 -- ESG investing, or investing based on environmental, social and governance parameters, is an investment philosophy that has gained popularity across the world in the past few year... Read More


Tata MF to add international stocks in 3 schemes as Indians take to US stocks

Mumbai, Nov. 10 -- Tata Mutual Fund has amended the scheme information documents (SIDs) for key mutual fund schemes to bring in international securities. The schemes affected include Tata Large Cap Fu... Read More


Five things you should know about the new WhatsApp Payments before opting for it

New Delhi, Nov. 10 -- After years of facing legal hurdles, Facebook-owned WhatsApp made a belated entry into the payments space last week after a nod from the National Payments Corp. of India (NPCI). ... Read More


Mkts regulator introduces 'flexi-cap category' for mutual funds

Mumbai, Nov. 7 -- The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), has introduced a 'flexi-cap category' for mutual funds, which will be required to invest at least 65% of the corpus in equity, but ... Read More


WhatsApp Pay: Five things to know

New Delhi, Nov. 6 -- After years of facing legal hurdles, WhatsApp finally made an entry into the payment space last night. It has been allowed to initially offer the service to 20 million customers o... Read More


Sebi enhances foreign investment cap of MFs

New Delhi, Nov. 6 -- The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Thursday doubled the foreign investment limit per fund house to $600 million after several asset management companies asked th... Read More


Sebi requires debt funds to hold 10% of corpus in liquid assets

New Delhi, Nov. 6 -- Market regulator Sebi has come out with a circular requiring open ended debt mutual funds to hold at least 10% of their corpus in liquid assets. Liquid Assets are defined as cash,... Read More


For MFs, Sebi brings in flexi-cap category

New Delhi, Nov. 6 -- The markets regulator has introduced a 'flexi-cap category' for mutual funds (MFs), which will be required to invest at least 65% of the corpus in equity but will have no restrict... Read More


Sebi introduces flexicap category in mutual funds

MUMBAI, Nov. 6 -- Market regulator Sebi has introduced a 'flexicap category' in mutual funds. Schemes in this category are required to invest at least 65% of their corpus in equity. However, there is ... Read More