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  • As assets under management grow, costs typically do not increase by the same proportion. As revenues grow more than expenses, profits go up. The fund can then enable a drop in expense ratios.Posted By Economic Times on 11/02/2017
    Quantum Mutual Fund announced a road map for reducing the expense ratios of its funds: Quantum Long Term Equity Fund, Quantum Liquid Fund, Quantum Dynamic Bond Fund and Quantum Gold Fund. more
  • Quantum Mutual Fund announces a roadmap for drop in expense ratiosPosted By Morningstar on 07/02/2017
    As assets under management grow, costs typically do not increase by the same proportion. As revenues grow more than expenses, profits go up. The fund can then enable a drop in expense ratios. more
  • Mutual Funds file papers with Sebi for 12 new offerings so far in 2017Posted By Financial Express on 05/02/2017

    With mutual funds gaining traction among retail investors, asset management companies have filed draft offer documents with market regulator Sebi for as many as 12 new schemes since the beginning of this year. more
  • Overall a tepid budget – neither great nor bad: Jimmy Patel, Quantum AMCPosted By IIFL on 01/02/2017
    This was, in my view, a tepid budget by all accounts. Neither any clutter breaking reform nor, thankfully, any major populist measure given the fact that state elections are around the corner, were to be seen. more
  • Expect Indian bond yields to increase from 6.5% to 7.0% this year: Arvind Chari, Quantum AdvisorsPosted By IIFL on 31/01/2017
    ndia’s annual Union budget has seemingly lost its significance and impact on the market, but every year there is considerable build up, especially, in the media towards expectations from the government. Major announcements used to be made on Budget Day, but in today’s times the government does not wait for the budget to announce reforms. Hence, the budget has become a rather tepid affair. more
  • Why there is little room for Jaitley to beat note-ban gloom with budget goodiesPosted By Mint on 27/01/2017
    Mumbai: Three months into a cash ban that has sucked out momentum from one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has little room to boost spending. more
  • MF investments: direct investors panic more during volatilityPosted By Hindu Business Line on 25/01/2017
    Retail investors, who invest directly, are more likely to panic and pull out of their mutual funds during volatile markets, compared to those advised by distributors. more
  • Budget 2017: Street sees Arun Jaitley opening money chest, cutting taxesPosted By DNA on 25/01/2017
    Amid rising expectations of a populist Union Budget and shrinking space for the government to boost spending, Dalal Street is awaiting a few positive cues with bated breath. more
  • Budget 2017 offers chance to reduce import duty on gold before GST: Quantum AMCPosted By on 24/01/2017
    The buzz that Modi government will reduce the import duty on gold in Budget 2017 has been doing rounds for some time now; it has again surfaced, with a more compelling argument. Reducing the 10 percent import duty will align with the proposed GST rate on the yellow metal, according to Quantum AMC. more
  • Will Budget transform India from price taker to price setter in the gold market Posted By Economic Times on 23/01/2017
    Despite the strong traditional connection to gold, demand for gold in India has dived by about 30-40 per cent in the last Calendar year. Many attribute volatile prices as the main reason for Indians shying away from gold. However, there’s more to this story. more
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