User: erensu Topic: Hedge
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India-focused funds see $5.2bn outflows in 1 year 6.9.2016 TOI: All Headlines
India-focused funds see $5.2bn outflows in 1 year
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India focussed offshore funds see $5.2 billion outflows in one year 30.8.2016 TOI: All Headlines
India focussed offshore funds see $5.2 billion outflows in one year
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Track record of fund manager most relevant 14.8.2016 Features
AIFs give wider choice, diversification and could offer unique investment options. But the amount of research required from investors is a lot more
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US tax hunt overseas causes global headaches 8.8.2016 HBL: Industry & Economy
There is little that can be done about FATCA and the change has to come from within the US
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U.S. tax hunt overseas causes global headaches 7.8.2016 Hindu: Economy
There is little that can be done about FATCA and the change has to come from within the U.S.
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Number of VC deals falls for fourth consecutive quarter: report 19.7.2016 All Specials Stories
Caution continues to dominate VC market as investors focus on proven companies amid global macroeconomic upheaval, says a joint report by KPMG and CB Insights
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This Wall Street guy has your back 23.6.2016 Forbes India

  Allan Roth has an idea that could save you a bundle: Charging by the hour, rather than nicking a percentage of your assets Read more

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'Adverse impacts on investments in medium & long-run' 21.5.2016 deccanherald.com
Mauritius and Singapore have been the two most prominent countries for foreign direct investment (FDI) in India over the past 15 years. The investment from Mauritius of $90 billion (35% of total investment) and from Singapore $36 billion (14%), accounts for almost 50% of the total FDI and a staggering sum of Rs 6,30,000 crore. There is no doubt that the tax treaties with both these countries, which provide for capital gains exemption from sale of Indian securities, has been the key factor in this respect and a large percentage of this investment is either from collective investment vehicles such as FIIs, private equity or venture capital funds and intermediate holding companies, where the ultimate investors are from other jurisdictions. In this backdrop, it would be interesting to analyse the impact of the recent Protocol between Mauritius and India, whereby investment in shares made after April 1, 2017 will no longer be exempt. Adverse impact in long-term The protocol provides that the capital gain on ...
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Anchor boost for IPOs 8.5.2016 All Specials Stories
The Securities and Exchange Board of India's move to double the anchor investor quota has benefited several initial public offerings
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Mutual Funds are big wealth creators in the long run 4.5.2016 Latest News
Bit by bit monthly investments through SIP are at multifold valuations
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Puerto Rico’s debt crisis explained 2.5.2016 Hindu: News
Puerto Rico’s debt crisis has reached a new level, with the island’s governor saying Puerto Rico will not pay most of its $470 million in debt payments due by Monday.
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E-commerce needs burning of cash and I'm not at ease with it: Renuka Ramnath 31.3.2016 All Specials Stories
Interview with Founder, Multiples Alternate Asset Management
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E-retail needs burning cash, and I'm not at ease with it: Renuka Ramnath - Business Standard 30.3.2016 SEBI e-IPO - Google News
E-retail needs burning cash, and I'm not at ease with it: Renuka Ramnath Business Standard Generally, governance levels have gone up because of the amendments to the Companies Act, responsibility on the boards, listing guidelines requiring huge reporting and transparency that is required by both Sebi and stock exchanges. Individual ...
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Foreign factor 28.3.2016 HBL: Home
This refers to the editorial ‘Cleaning up’. The Mauritius route and P-notes have always been blamed for their opaque nature, because of which money could be easily round-tripped into India for all s...
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Well-defined Goals, Pinnacle of Financial Planning 28.3.2016 newindianexpress.com
Each person is different and so are the wants and the desires. Irrational reaction to market movements can lead to unpleasant investment experience.
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Trump's investment funds lose money, billionaire unfazed 24.3.2016 Latest News
Eighteen out of 21 hedge funds and mutual funds in Trump's portfolio lost money in 2015, and 17 of them are down so far this year
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Foreign mutual funds may shift their fund managers to India 21.3.2016 ET: Mutual Funds
Days after the government came out with operating rules of special taxation regime to attract offshore fund managers to set up a base in India.
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Indian wealth managers rush in as foreign players exit 25.2.2016 Rediff: Business
Experts say a lot of new wealth is being generated by promoters selling their stake.
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Indian wealth managers rush in as foreign players exit 24.2.2016 All Markets Stories
Wealth management arms of IIFL, ASK Group, Anand Rathi and Centrum have been expanding by adding advisors
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Global fund allows us to be opportunistic, says Pramod Haque of Norwest Venture Partners 22.1.2016 ET: Opinion
"We’re also very mindful of valuations, and when they get a bit aggressive we decide to wait and see."
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