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  • Short-term debt funds best bet post RBI rate cutPosted By DNA on 12/02/2019
    With the Reserve Bank of India lowering interest rates for the first time since August 2017, it is advisable for debt mutual fund investors to stick to short and medium duration mutual funds.
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  • Quantum Mutual Fund uses cash pile to buy stocks cheap Posted By Economic Times on 12/02/2019
    Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund, where value investing is the pronounced fund allocation theme, has brought down the level of cash at its plan to the lowest in 31 months after a liquidity crisis at para banks caused stocks to slide since early October and presented opportunities to buy scrips cheaper.
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  • Capital flight: Foreign investors pull out $443 m from bond market in 4 daysPosted By Financial Express on 09/02/2019
    Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) pulled out nearly $443 million from the bond market between Monday and Thursday. This is higher than the total net outflow of $370 million from the bond markets in January.
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  • Is it time to switch to safer bank deposits, ask debt mutual fund investors Posted By Economic Times on 08/02/2019
    Unnerved by the recent spate of downgrades and threat of defaults in the debt mutual fund space, many conservative investors are contemplating shifting to 'safer' bank deposits, say some mutual fund advisors.
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  • RBI relaxes rules for FPI investment in corporate bondsPosted By Financial Express on 08/02/2019

    In April 2018, the central bank had notified that no FPI shall have an exposure of more than 20% of its corporate bond portfolio to a single corporate, and in case an FPI has exposure in excess of 20%, it shall not make further investments in that corporate until this stipulation is met

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  • Effect of repo rate decrease in RBI policy: Why EMI impact may not be visible anytime soonPosted By Financial Express on 07/02/2019
    For the existing home loan takers who were expecting a rate cut, there’s a reason to rejoice. However, going by what a few banks have done in the recent past, the joy could be short-lived as their loan EMIs may not go down in a hurry.
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  • Debt MFs may benefit from relaxed FPI norms Posted By The Hindu on 07/02/2019
    The Reserve Bank of India has relaxed the provision that barred foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) from having more than 20% exposure of their total corporate bond portfolio towards a single corporate entity.
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  • What mutual fund managers say about RBI policy Posted By Economic Times on 07/02/2019
    The RBI cut repo rate by 25 basis points (100 basis points = 1%) to 6.25 per cent, for the first time after August 2017. It also changed its monetary stance to neutral from calibrated tightening. Here’s what the fund managers say.
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  • RBI cuts rates; should you alter your debt mutual fund strategy?Posted By Economic Times on 07/02/2019
    The Reserve Bank of India surprised the market with a rate cut. The banking regulator also softened its monetary stance, bringing cheer to the money market.

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  • Given the macroeconomic picture, gold will be a useful diversification toolPosted By Economic Times on 06/02/2019
    Keeping up with seasonal trends, this January too was positive for gold. It’s usually the physical buying from China and India that drives gold prices. However, this time it was the Investment demand that took the lead.
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  • Gold is shining once again as central bankers go on a buying spreePosted By Mint on 05/02/2019
    Gold has lately been in the spotlight. And how! Its price has risen 11% from the lows of end-September. Central banks across the globe have been buying larger quantities of the precious metal
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  • Gold ETFs register Rs 570-cr outflow in 2018; asset base drops 6% Posted By Economic Times on 28/01/2019
    Investors continued to pull out money from gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and withdrew a little over Rs 570 crore in 2018, making it the sixth consecutive year of outflow from such products.
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  • Debt funds downgrade: No reason to panic yetPosted By Mint on 28/01/2019
    In a fresh round of bad news for debt fund investors, ICRA has put six debt funds under rating watch. What should you, the investor, make of this rating action and what should be your next course of action?
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  • Budget 2019: This Budget could have some surprises in storePosted By Financial Express on 18/01/2019
    In the year 2018, retail investors continued to remain buoyant with their SIP investments inspite of the market volatility and rupee devaluation. The year 2019—the election year—markets are given to be on a roller-coaster ride.
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  • Investors are shunning equities, should you be worried?Posted By Business Today on 16/01/2019
    Equity mutual funds have received massive net inflows of Rs 2.79 lakh crore over the past two years. However, the net inflows dipped to 23-month low to Rs 6,606 crore in December.
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  • Here is what Jimmy Patel Of Quantum Mutual Fund expects from Budget 2019 Posted By Economic Times on 16/01/2019
    n the year 2018, retail investors continued to remain buoyant with their SIP investments in spite the market volatility and rupee devaluation. The year 2019 – the Election Year – markets are given to be on a roller coaster ride.
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  • Your money: Modern-day fasting in the investment worldPosted By Financial Express on 15/01/2019
    There can be no room for selfishness, anger, lack of faith or impatience in a pure fast. Infinite patience, firm resolve, single-mindedness of purpose, perfect calm, and no anger must of necessity be there.
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  • MISSION BUDGET 2019: MFs seek parity with Ulips, tax sopsPosted By DNA on 15/01/2019
    While the upcoming February 1 Budget will be an interim one, and as such expectations are low, the fund industry is hoping some necessary course corrections will be ushered in by finance minister Arun Jaitley.
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  • Mutual Funds add Rs 1.24 lakh crore to asset base in 2018 on SIP flows, strong retail participation Posted By CNBC TV 18 on 09/01/2019
    2018 was a reality check for Indian asset managers. Stock markets turned choppy, midcaps and smallcaps bled and equity returns faltered. All this clearly seems to have chipped away at investor confidence.
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  • Indian mutual funds industry adds Rs 1.24 lakh crore assets in 2018Posted By on 07/01/2019
    On the back of continuous increase in SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) flows and robust participation of retail investors, domestic mutual funds have added a staggering Rs 1.24 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018.
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  • MFs add Rs 1.24 lakh cr to asset base in 2018 on SIP flows, strong retail participationPosted By on 06/01/2019
    Mutual funds have added a staggering Rs 1.24 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018 assisted by consistent increase in SIP flows and a robust participation of retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • Mutual Funds add Rs 1.24 lakh cr to asset base in 2018 on SIP flows, strong retail participationPosted By Times of India on 06/01/2019
    Mutual funds have added a staggering Rs 1.24 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018 assisted by consistent increase in SIP flows and a robust participation of retail investors ..
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  • MFs add Rs 1.24 trn to asset base in 2018 on SIP flows despite choppy mktsPosted By Business Standard on 06/01/2019

    have added a staggering Rs 1.24 trillion to their asset base in 2018 assisted by a consistent increase in SIP flows and a robust participation of despite volatile

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  • MFs add Rs 1.24 trn to asset base in 2018 on SIP flows despite choppy mkts Posted By Business Standard on 06/01/2019
    Mutual funds have added a staggering 1.24 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018 assisted by consistent increase in SIP flows and a robust participation of retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • MFs add ₹1.24 trillion to asset base in 2018 on SIP flows, strong retail participationPosted By Mint on 06/01/2019
    Mutual funds have added a staggering 1.24 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018 assisted by consistent increase in SIP flows and a robust participation of retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • MFs add Rs 1.24 lakh crore to asset base in 2018 on SIP flows, strong retail participation Posted By Economic Times on 06/01/2019
    Mutual funds have added a staggering Rs 1.24 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018 assisted by consistent increase in SIP flows and a robust participation of retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • Stay invested for optimum returns from equity marketPosted By on 03/01/2019
    Staying invested for a long period will get best returns from the equity market. Performance of the stock market in one year does not reflect the true potential of the returns possible.
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  • PM sets the tone on temple, 2019 electionsPosted By Financial Chronicle on 02/01/2019
    Putting to rest speculation about the government move to speed up the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya, prime minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said an ordinance on the issue will be considered only after the Supreme Court ruling into the case.
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  • Debt funds deliver, beat equity funds in 2018Posted By DNA on 01/01/2019
    For mutual fund investors, their date with debt in 2018 proved to be better than erratic equity. Despite pumping in thousands of crores into equity funds almost religiously every other month, retail investors will still have to wait patiently as stock market disappointed.
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  • RBI reserves ratio among the highestPosted By The Hindu on 01/01/2019
    Analysis of the balance sheets of the central banks of 10 comparable economies shows that the RBI's reserves as a percentage of its balance sheet is among the highest, a report by consultancy firm Quantum Advisors found.
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  • Year-end special: Posted By Economic Times on 28/12/2018
    After more than two decades in the mutual fund industry, I can finally say that it is proven that ‘Awareness is the key to success for every right business'. While mutual funds, as an investment avenue, has been an option available for investors since 1965, today with the help of more awareness in the right direction we are able to explain benefits of mutual funds to more and more investors.
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  • Co-working space where you can hold client meetings or IAPsPosted By on 27/12/2018
    Where you hold a client meeting can make a lot of difference. When you get the venue right, it ensures your client is relaxed and the meeting achieves its objectives.
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  • Value investing helps to tackle volatility, says Chirag Mehta of Quantum Mutual FundPosted By Economic Times on 27/12/2018
    Value investing means waiting for the right price to buy stocks --does that mean you would sit on cash? Is there any guideline when it comes to deciding the percentage of cash?
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  • Value investing is more than buying cheap stocks, says Chirag Mehta of Quantum MF Posted By Economic Times on 26/12/2018
    What is value investing? Is it all about buying stocks cheap and waiting patiently to realise its true value? Chirag Mehta, Fund Manager - Alternative Investment, Quantum Mutual Fund, believes there is more to value investing than buying stocks cheap
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  • MFs add Rs 3 trillion to assets base in 2018; more traction seen in 2019Posted By Business Standard on 25/12/2018
    Mutual funds have added a whopping Rs 3 trillion to their asset base in 2018. This uptrend may continue in the New Year as there is likely to be consistent rise in the systematic investment plan (SIP) flows as well as strong participation from retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • Money 2019 bright for mutual funds as AUMs rise ₹3 trillion in 2018Posted By Mint on 24/12/2018
    Mutual funds have added a whopping ₹3 trillion to their asset base in 2018 and the uptrend may continue in the new year, helped by consistent rise in the SIP flows and a strong participation of retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • Mutual funds add Rs 3 lakh-cr to assets base in 2018, eyes more traction in new yearPosted By on 24/12/2018
    Mutual funds have added a whopping Rs 3 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018 and the uptrend may continue in the new year, helped by consistent rise in the SIP flows and a strong participation of retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • Mutual Funds Add Rs 3 Lakh Crore To Asset Base In 2018Posted By on 24/12/2018
    Mutual funds have added Rs 3 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018 and the uptrend may continue in the new year, helped by a consistent rise in systematic investment plan flows and a strong participation of retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • Mutual funds add Rs 3 lakh-cr to assets base in 2018, eyes more traction in new yearPosted By Moneycontrol on 24/12/2018
    Mutual funds have added a whopping Rs 3 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018 and the uptrend may continue in the new year, helped by consistent rise in the SIP flows and a strong participation of retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • 2019 bright for mutual funds as AUMs rise ₹3 trillion in 2018Posted By Mint on 24/12/2018
    Mutual funds have added a whopping ₹3 trillion to their asset base in 2018 and the uptrend may continue in the new year, helped by consistent rise in the SIP flows and a strong participation of retail investors despite volatile markets. The asset under management (AUM) of the mutual fund industry rose by 13% to ₹24 trillion in 2018 by November-end itself, up from ₹21.26 trillion at the end of December 2017, data available with the Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) showed.
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  • Mutual funds add Rs 3 lakh-crore to assets base in 2018, eyes more traction in 2019 Posted By Economic Times on 24/12/2018
    Mutual funds have added a whopping Rs 3 lakh crore to their asset base in 2018 and the uptrend may continue in the new year, helped by consistent rise in the SIP flows and a strong participation of retail investors despite volatile markets.
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  • 2018 year in review: Gold makes a comeback, fixed income investments in focusPosted By Moneycontrol on 19/12/2018
    The year 2018 can be best summed up in one word: uncertainty. In other words, volatility. Be it equity or debt markets, or even assets classes like gold, most asset classes were volatile.
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  • Will side pockets for distressed assets work for the investor?Posted By Mint on 18/12/2018
    The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has allowed mutual funds to segregate distressed, illiquid debt and money market instruments in the portfolio arising out of a credit event. This practice, commonly known as creating a side pocket, involves transferring the identified asset into a separate portfolio to limit the impact on the main portfolio.
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  • It’s been a mixed year for Quantum Mutual Fund’Posted By Hindu Business Line on 14/12/2018
    For asset management company Quantum, the past year has not been very good as it sat on huge cash.Pankaj Pathak, Fund Manager — Fixed Income, Quantum Mutual Fund, told BusinessLine that the company registered slower growth in 2018, as the market was frothy at the beginning of the year and valuations did not make sense.
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  • Coming soon: SEBI's consultation paper on valuation of corporate bonds for mutual fundsPosted By Moneycontrol on 13/12/2018
    At present, debt securities that mature in less than 60 days are not marked to market. They are valued on an amortized basis, where daily interest is added to ensure the security's price goes up in a linear fashion.
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  • Stay focused, do not let events divert your attention, says Quantum Mutual Fund Posted By Economic Times on 12/12/2018
    News channels today are working overtime. Barely have they paused for breath after news of the RBI Governor's shock resignation, due to 'personal reasons' then they need to start covering state elections across 5 states in India. Results for state elections in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Mizoram and India's youngest state - Telangana are being announced today.
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  • Should you alter your debt mutual fund strategy due to rising bond yields?Posted By Economic Times on 11/12/2018
    Mutual fund managers say debt mutual fund investors should be prepared to see NAVs of their schemes dropping a little in the coming days due to hardening of bond yields due to the negative sentiment in the market. The money market has been hit hard today by the resignation of RBI governor and the set back for the ruling party at the state elections.
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  • Exit RBI governor Urjit Patel, enter wrath of the markets?Posted By Mint on 11/12/2018
    Governments that do not respect central bank independence will sooner or later incur the wrath of financial markets, ignite economic fire, and come to rue the day they undermined an important regulatory institution,” Viral Acharya, deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), said less than two months ago.
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  • SEBI, exchanges step up vigil as volatility looms over state poll results, Urjit Patel's exitPosted By Moneycontrol on 10/12/2018
    Capital markets regulator SEBI and the stock exchanges have stepped up their surveillance systems to keep manipulative forces in check amid an extreme volatility expected on December 11 due to the sudden resignation of RBI Governor Urjit Patel and the state assembly results
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  • Sebi, exchanges step up vigil as volatility looms over state poll results, RBI Governor’s exitPosted By Financial Express on 10/12/2018
    Capital markets regulator Sebi and the stock exchanges have stepped up their surveillance systems to keep manipulative forces in check amid an extreme volatility expected on Tuesday due to the sudden resignation of RBI Governor Urjit Patel and the state assembly results.
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  • Sebi board meeting to decide on derisking liquid fundsPosted By Mint on 07/12/2018
    The board of capital markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) will discuss on 13 December whether mutual funds (MFs) should be allowed so-called ‘side-pocketing’ where liquid schemes separate their risky securities from the rest, two people aware of the matter said.
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  • RBI Holds; Tightens Stance by Mr. Arvind Chari - Quantum AdvisorsPosted By Investmentguruindia on 05/12/2018
    In a surprise move, RBI held the Repo Rate at 6.5% as against the expectations of increasing it by 25 to 50 bps.

    We were expecting a 25 bps hike with a neutral stance

    The RBI has instead held the rates steady but changed the stance to ‘calibrated tightening’.

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  • Balanced and positive policy from the market stand point: Fund ManagersPosted By on 05/12/2018
    RBI’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has kept the benchmark repo rate unchanged at 6.50 per cent, thereby keeping its stance at 'calibrated tightening'. Also, the reverse repo rate, as well as, the bank rate remains unchanged at 6.25 per cent and 6.75 per cent respectively. For most fund managers it is more of a neutral delivery and highly anticipated.
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  • What mutual fund managers say about RBI policyPosted By Economic Times on 05/12/2018
    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) kept its key policy rates – repo and reverse repo – unchanged at 6.50 per cent and 6.25 per cent respectively in its fifth bi-monthly monetary policy. The decision was in line with the expectations in the money market. Here’s how fund managers reacted to it.
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  • Stick to short duration schemes and FMPs, say mutual fund advisors as RBI hold ratesPosted By Economic Times on 05/12/2018
    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) held key rates on its policy review today in line with the expectations in the money market. The central bank kept its key policy rates – repo and reverse repo – unchanged at 6.50 per cent and 6.25 per cent respectively.
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  • Should you alter your debt mutual fund strategy ahead of RBI policyPosted By Economic Times on 04/12/2018
    Will RBI hike rates? Or will it hold rates? Do I need to change my debt mutual fund investment strategy? These are some questions that are doing the rounds in the mutual fund circles these days.
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  • Mutual funds extend loans to listed entities against shares in promoter firmsPosted By Mint on 04/12/2018
    Mumbai: Franklin India, Aditya Birla Sun Life and Reliance Mutual Fund are among mutual funds that have extended loans against shares to promoter firms of Dewan Housing Finance Corp Ltd (DHFL), Piramal Enterprises Ltd and Bajaj Corp Ltd, data showed.
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  • Picking The WinnersPosted By Business Today on 03/12/2018
    The past two-three years have seen a significant shift in investing patterns of many Indian investors, who till recently had strong preference for physical assets such as gold and real estate. The increase in household income and poor performance of traditional avenues such as fixed deposits, real estate and gold nudged many investors towards market-linked products such as equities.
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  • Five tips to help match your investments and financial goalsPosted By Financial Express on 27/11/2018
    If you have invested money towards your financial goals, be it long-term mid-term or short-term, it is imperative that you stay the course and keep your long-term plan in mind irrespective of market swings.
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  • Passive investing rises as large-cap funds underperformPosted By Mint on 27/11/2018
    There has been a gradual shift of assets from active to passive management in the US and Europe as a consequence of active managers underperforming index benchmarks, according to a report titled A Glimpse of the Future: India’s Potential in Passive Investing by S&P Dow Jones Indices.
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  • Will your liquid funds remain really liquid?Posted By Economic Times on 22/11/2018
    Nobody knows for sure whether or when Sebi is going to restrict redemptions on liquid funds. But the reports are disconcerting for the mutual funds and intermediaries.
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  • All debt mutual funds are in green. What should be your debt strategy? Posted By Economic Times on 21/11/2018
    Every debt mutual fund category is returning positive in the one-, three-, six-months, one-year time horizons
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  • Capital Concierges: How PMSes are wooing richie rich investorsPosted By Economic Times on 20/11/2018
    For investors who approach him with mandates, IV Subramaniam has a wellrehearsed pitch. The managing director and chief investment officer of Quantum Advisors whisks out a few slides depicting India’s long-term growth potential, talks stocks and rests his case with a punchline: This market is not good for short-term gains. Stay invested long and you will make money. “This opening has worked well for us,” Subramaniam says.
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  • Mutual fund advisors are recommending FMPs. Should you invest? Posted By Economic Times on 20/11/2018
    Some wealth managers are recommending fixed maturity plans or FMPs to their clients as they believe that FMPs are well placed due to yields climbing up in the last six months.
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  • Fund managers should build institutional memoryPosted By Hindu Business Line on 19/11/2018
    IV Subramaniam is Managing Director and CIO of Quantum Advisors, which manages one of India’s largest portfolio management schemes and advises foreign investors, apart from being the sponsor of Quantum Mutual Fund. Business Line caught up with him for a conversation on the market outlook.
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  • SEBI plans to make liquid mutual funds safer for investors but also restrict redemptionsPosted By Economic Times on 19/11/2018
    Sebi is set to introduce tough new rules to protect investors in liquid funds, the most basic offering in the mutual fund basket, from credit risk.
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  • MFs seek more disclosures from credit rating agencies: ReportPosted By Moneycontrol on 15/11/2018
    SEBI's new guidelines require credit rating agencies to disclose promoter support, links with subsidiaries and liquidity positions of the companies being evaluated.
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  • Advisors can acquire new clients through Quantum Cosmos portalPosted By Cafe mutual on 15/11/2018
    Jimmy Patel, MD & CEO, Quantum Mutual Fund tells Cafemutual about their new one-stop solution portal for advisors.
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  • Quantum AMC launches Cosmos platform for advisersPosted By Morningstar on 14/11/2018
    Quantum Mutual Fund, which started offering regular plans in 2017 has launched Cosmos, a e-learning development platform for its empaneled distributors.
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  • MFs explore digital solutions to continue paperless KYCPosted By LiveMint.com on 13/11/2018
    As an immediate fix in the absence of Aadhaar-based KYC verification, some AMCs are relying on video KYC
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  • Sebi may come out with stricter norms for liquid mutual fundsPosted By LiveMint.com on 12/11/2018
    Among the measures, the regulator is considering a short lock-in period for investments in liquid funds
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  • Banking and building material stocks attractive after recent fall: Sorbh Gupta, Quantum MFPosted By Moneycontrol on 05/11/2018
    Gupta said that rising interest rates can impact equity flows into emerging markets like India
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  • Dhanteras investment: Go for Gold ETFs and SGBsPosted By Financial Express on 05/11/2018
    Investment in gold is a useful diversification tool and a good hedge against inflation. For many investors, the metal is an essential store of value for financial emergencies.
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  • Should mutual fund investors worry about 2019 elections?Posted By Economic Times on 01/11/2018
    “What should be my investment strategy ahead of the elections is the most common question we get from our retail investors, whenever we interact with them around the election time,” says Sorbh Gupta, Associate Fund Manager- Equity, Quantum AMC.
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  • No Diwali firework at malls and market: Here’s what explains it Posted By Economic Times on 31/10/2018
    Consumption, often touted as the biggest investment theme in the domestic market, has let investors and fund managers down this festive season.
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  • Nilesh Shetty of Quantum Mutual Funds speaks to ET NowPosted By ET Now on 30/10/2018
    Nilesh Shetty of Quantum Mutual Funds speaks to ET Now. He speaks about the history of the Quantum long-term equity funds, the company was sitting on almost 20% of cash just two months ago and given that they were uncomfortable with the valuations. He also talks about the corrections that have happened in the last two months they have found opportunities to deploy that cash and select pockets where valuations have fallen quite rapidly. Listen in!
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  • Good time to raise allocation to equity: Nilesh Shetty, Quantum MF Posted By Economic Times on 30/10/2018
    Q3 will give a real sense of what is happening on the ground. Initial readings suggest that it could be weaker than what people think, Nilesh Shetty, Associate Fund Manager,Equity, Quantum Mutual Fund, tells ET Now.
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  • Distributors divided over move to full-trail model Posted By Morningstar on 30/10/2018
    The transition to full-trail benefits industry in the long run; impacts new mutual fund distributors.
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  • Planning to invest this festive season? Here’s why gold bonds are a good optionPosted By Financial Express on 15/10/2018
    The price of the Sovereign Gold Bond is fixed on the basis of simple average of closing price of gold for the last three working days of the week preceding the subscription period.
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  • New gold bonds can add shine to your portfolioPosted By DNA on 15/10/2018
    The Government of India, in consultation with the Reserve Bank of India, has decided that Sovereign Gold Bonds (SGBs) 2018-19 (Series II) will be open for subscription from October 15 to 19.
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  • Need to make liquid funds true to labelPosted By LiveMint.com on 15/10/2018
    Most liquid funds of today are prioritising returns over safety and liquidity
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  • Here is why it’s time to take advantage of fall in stock marketsPosted By Financial Express on 12/10/2018
    There has been a good correction in stock prices and the same has been continuing. Many stocks which looked highly valued now seem to have come within reach.
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  • Great Indian Stock Sale on ahead of Diwali? You couldn’t be more wrong Posted By ZeeBiz on 11/10/2018
    When a stock falls by 70%, buying it is bottom-fishing. It is not value investing. True value-investing is about buying a stock at a price that is much below its intrinsic value.
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  • Rise in crude oil price, IL&FS row and RBI decisions put a dent in the stock market Posted By Financial Chronicle on 11/10/2018
    Global and domestic factors converged in the first week of October leading to mayhem in the Indian markets as crude oil prices surged to new highs in recent memory, the rupee plunged, the IL&FS crisis had a contagion impact on other sectors, RBI acted tough on Yes Bank and Bandhan Bank and the government asked oil marketing companies (OMCs) to bear Rs 1 per litre price cut on petrol and diesel.
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  • Value buying in weak market is trickyPosted By DNA on 11/10/2018
    Despite the smart rally in stocks on Thursday, Indian markets are still down 10% in the last one month. Many investors on social media as well as experts are talking about the 'Great Indian Stock Sale' ahead of Diwali.
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  • From a portfolio perspective, allocate 10 percent to gold, says Quantum AMCPosted By CNBC TV 18 on 10/10/2018
    Quantum Asset Management Company on Wednesday advised investors to have about 10 percent allocation to gold from a portfolio perspective.
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  • Why Indian mutual funds took a big bet on IL&FS's (good) bad debtPosted By Economic Times on 10/10/2018
    First the rating agencies missed the tell-tale signs in the balance sheets. Then the fund managers failed to do their due diligence and took flawed ratingsas the final word. To complete the mess, they concentrated their position on the debt of a single company.
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  • Falling Rupee & surging crude: Remain invested in debt funds which prioritise safetyPosted By Financial Express on 10/10/2018
    If the rupee continues to depreciate on falling equity markets and higher oil prices, we expect market interest rates to move higher from the current levels.
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  • Quantum Long Term Equity Value - Standing the test of market meltdownPosted By Hindu Business Line on 08/10/2018
    Quantum Long Term Equity Value seems well-covered, as seen in its performance during the ongoing market meltdown. Over the past three months, the fund has held steady while most of its large-cap peers and also the benchmark — S&P BSE Sensex Total Returns Index — have slipped.
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  • Markets continue free fall post RBI meet; rupee hits 73.76Posted By on 06/10/2018
    The RBI is likely sending a message to the markets that they won’t use interest rates as a currency defense and thus have not hiked but at the same time to maintain its inflation credibility they have tightened the stance.
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  • RBI may eventually have to hike rate; repo likely to touch 7% soonPosted By Moneyguruindia on 06/10/2018
    RBI's message to markets: It won’t use interest rates as a currency defence
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  • RBI policy: What should debt mutual fund investors do? Posted By Economic Times on 05/10/2018
    The Reserve Bank of India has taken the market by surprise by keeping the policy rates unchanged. According to debt mutual fund managers and advisors, mutual fund investors should continue to stick to short duration schemes.
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  • It’s advantage long-term playersPosted By Financial Chronicle on 05/10/2018
    The market meltdown last month leading to a 6 per cent fall in Sensex and Nifty 50 and the continuing steep correction in October is making mutual fund investors circumspect about their future investment plans.
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  • Aadhaar no longer binding, but instant e-KYC uncertainPosted By LiveMint.com on 04/10/2018
    Confusion persists on services that used e-KYC for getting customers on board instantly
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  • Mark-to-market profile needed for liquid fundsPosted By LiveMint.com on 01/10/2018
    The returns from liquid or any bond fund are not and should not remain linear
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  • IL&FS crisis: Debt plan investors should thoroughly check fund's portfolio Posted By Business Standard on 26/09/2018
    The series of defaults by Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) has hurt debt funds (see returns table).
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  • Fund houses likely to pass on the impact of TER cut on distributorsPosted By Cafe mutual on 20/09/2018
    In fact, brokerage houses say in their research reports that majority of AMCs would pass on the impact of TER cut to their distributors.
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  • Investing in MFs to become cheaper post Sebi move Posted By Economic Times on 19/09/2018
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  • Downgrade of IL&FS group's securities raises questions; should you panic?Posted By ZeeBiz on 17/09/2018
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