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Sebi proposes to allow foreign entities in commodity derivatives 18.5.2018 General News
With an aim to deepen the commodity derivatives market, regulator Sebi today proposed allowing trading in this segment by foreign entities with exposure to the Indian physical commodity market. To begin with, foreign entities may be allowed to hedge their exposures with derivatives trading in only those commodities where India has a large production, consumption or export share globally, barring the sensitive commodities. Proposing a detailed set of norms for eligibility criteria, disclosure and KYC requirements, code of conduct and safeguards against any unwanted price fluctuations, Sebi, in a consultation paper said that the final regulations would be framed after taking into account public comments till June 18. The proposal follows recommendation from the regulator's Commodity Derivatives Advisory Committee (CDAC) for allowing in this market the hedge funds (category III alternative investment funds), portfolio management service (PMS) firms, mutual funds and direct participation .
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Mutual funds' alternative investment funds push shifts into high gear 24.4.2018 Latest News
Flexibility, easier norms make AIFs an attractive option for wealthy investors
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Essel MF eyes Rs 10K cr in assets by next March 8.4.2018 General News
Essel Mutual Fund, the latest entrant in the market, is aiming assets under management (AUM) of up to Rs 10,000 crore by next March by focusing on liquid funds and aggressive branding, a top official has said. It has an asset base of nearly Rs 1,600 crore. At the end of December quarter, the figure was Rs 1,146 crore, as per the information available with the Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi). Essel MF is a part of leading private sector financial services firm Essel Finance, which is the umbrella brand for the financial businesses of the USD 10-billion conglomerate Essel Group, founded by Subhash Chandra. "The company is targeting an AUM of Rs 9,000-10,000 crore by the end of March next year," Essel Mutual Fund Chief Investment Officer Viral Berawala told PTI here. He said the company would achieve the target by focusing on liquid funds as well retail participation and through aggressive branding. "We will launch massive advertisement campaign in next two-three months to .
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Global fund managers eye trillion dollar pension business in China 21.3.2018 General News
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Global asset managers are lobbying Beijing to offer tax benefits and other incentives to entice China's aging population to invest in mutual funds for their retirement, as funds eye a multi-trillion dollar opportunity in commercial pensions.
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Why domestic investment bankers will pocket hefty bonuses 20.3.2018 Rediff: Personal Finance
Bonuses are typically commensurate with deal activity in any given year. Investment banks, on average, pocket 2-3 per cent as fees for managing an IPO and 1.5-2 per cent for handling QIPs.
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Look at listing for liquidity, providing exit to VCs: NSE to startups 26.2.2018 General News
Urging startups to go public once they have reached a certain scale, NSE today said listing will provide them liquidity as also give exit options to private equity as well as venture capital funds which have invested in them. "Startups that have reached a certain size should think of listing soon as public listing gives access to a wider and deeper capital market for fund raising, with large investments by mutual funds and FPIs," NSE Managing Director and CEO Vikram Limaye told PTI over phone ahead of the exchange's tech conclave to be held here. "Besides, startups need to keep in mind that a public listing is one big source of exits," he added. He further said that liquidity and exit events are among the biggest challenges for startups. Traditionally in India, exits have mostly happened through acquisitions by private equity firms or larger corporations. The exchange believes that many startups will go public in the next 12-24 months as it is seeking to bridge the gap between the ...
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Sebi may tighten AIF regulations to better monitor the source of funding 22.2.2018 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
he regulator may also conduct regulatory audits on the AIFs to examine the fund sourcing arrangements it has entered into with its investors to ensure that the present regulations are not violated
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Top Equity Mutual Funds for SIP investment right now 19.1.2018 Sify Finance
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Mirae Asset enters PE, investment banking and broking biz 11.1.2018 General News
As part of ramping up its presence in the country, Mirae Asset Global Investments today said it is entering into private equity (PE), investment banking and broking businesses. "We believe 2018 is going to be a landmark year for our organization as we are scouting for private venture/equity investments in India and setting up investment banking and broking business through Mirae Asset Capital Market India Pvt Ltd," Mirae Asset Global Investments (India) CEO Swarup Mohanty told reporters here. Mirae Asset will launch a short-term fund in February 2018. For the remaining part of the year, they will launch hybrid funds like equity savings fund and an arbitrage fund. "We are also looking at launching passive investment products (ETFs) in 2018," Mohanty said. Elaborating future plans in the country he added, it is also expected to apply to SEBI for an AIF in Q2 2018, which will invest in private debt across the credit opportunities spectrum, mostly focusing on higher grade ..
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Non-core business activities of stock exchanges under SEBI lens 20.12.2017 HBL: Home
Regulator is keen on finding out whether NSE-CAMS deal was apprised by it
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Anchor investors’ IPO bets hit new high in 2017 11.12.2017 HBL: Home
Pump ₹15,846.81 cr into IPOs this year
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Global investors consider India a good long-term play: Manisha Girotra, CEO, Moelis & Co 11.12.2017 HBL: Markets
In 2012, Manisha Girotra left Swiss financial services major UBS AG to join a new firm Moelis & Company as its CEO, India. Now five years with Moelis, which has revenues of about $700 million g...
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MARKETS LIVE: Sensex opens 150 ps higher, NIfty above 10,200; Airtel up 1% 8.12.2017 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
Catch all live market action here
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Sebi proposes to allow MFs and portfolio managers in commodity derivatives 7.12.2017 News
This is the second move by Sebi to allow institutional participants in the commodity derivatives market
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Why some fund managers have quit their jobs 7.12.2017 Rediff: Business
They are making switch to the high-growth alternative investments fund industry, reports Pavan Burugula.
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Fund managers make switch to high-growth AIF industry 30.11.2017 Market News
Marquee fund managers are making the switch from mutual funds to newly introduced alternative investment funds (AIFs), which are seeing a rapid growth in commitments thanks to a spike in the number of wealthy investors.Last week, Franklin Templeton appointed S Naganath, chief investment officer (CIO) of rival DSP Blackrock, as head of its AIF division. Earlier this month, former head of equities of IDFC MF Kenneth Andrade, known for picking mid-cap winners, announced the launch of an AIF, eyeing to raise ~400 crore from rich investors.Also, Sunil Singhania, former CIO of Reliance MF, was moved to parent Reliance Capital as global head-equities a few months ago, a role that would focus on expanding the footprint of the company in products such as AIFs and wealth management. In March, Rajesh Sehgal, executive director of Franklin Templeton Asset Management, ventured into the AIF space through the firm he founded: Equanimity Investments.This shift is not surprising, considering the ...
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Best and worst performing equity funds in last one year 7.11.2017 Business Standard: Markets & Investing
Those funds which performed the poorest are mainly in the gold, pharmaceutical, and IT categories
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How hedge funds make money for HNIs 20.10.2017 Rediff: Personal Finance
These funds give the wealthy an option to invest in strategies that other equity products like mutual funds and portfolio management services cannot, says Nishant Agarwal.
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Applications invited for investors to revive Nagarjuna Oil 19.10.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
An Expression of Interest from investors to revive Nagarjuna Oil Corporation (NOC) has been invited by the Insolvency Resolution Professional appointed by the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).Financial investors -- mutual funds, private equity and venture capital funds, domestic or foreign investment institutions and others -- may also apply. A Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process has been initiated with regard to NOC under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC).NOC is currently implementing a six million tonnes per annum (mtpa) petroleum oil refinery project on the southeast coast, at Cuddalore, around 200 km south of Chennai. It was partially complete in December 2011, when a cyclone and shortage of funds stopped work. With fund infusion, the refinery can start production in two to three years, after completing the remainign work. The plant is capable of meeting Euro-VI motor emission requirements, with some additions. Land is also available for expansion upto 30 mtpa. ...
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NCLT's resolution professional calls for investors to revive Nagarjuna Oil 17.10.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
Since 2012, NOCL has been looking for a strategic investor to pump in fresh equity and revive its 6-MMTPA petroleum oil refinery project
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