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Indiabulls AIF to raise Rs 1500cr to invest in commercial proj

Indiabulls Asset Management Company today said its Indiabulls Alternative Investment Fund (AIF) is planning to raise Rs 1,500 crore for maiden commercial assets platform. "This is Indiabulls Asset Management's third real estate fund and its maiden commercial ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Avendus Capital to launch its category III AIF Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Is it safe to invest in gold?

You can use gold as a financial instrument to diversify your portfolio into hedging against uncertainties in the market, but for ambitious returns, you must explore opportunities in other asset classes such as equities, debts and real estate, says Adhil Shetty, CEO, BankBazaar.com. Gold has proven to be a safe haven to many investors over the centuries. It is believed to be the asset class that can perform well in all adversaries such as war or global market slowdown. In India especially, gold ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Gold prices slip on technicals; markets eye Trump policy  Sify1 month ago PRECIOUS-Gold inches up on weaker dollar, Trump policy uncertainty  Sify3 weeks ago Gold up on weaker dollar, Trump uncertainty  Sify3 weeks ago

SEBI board to mull higher participation by domestic institutions in AIFs

Enhancing the participation of domestic institutional investors such as insurers and pension funds in Category II Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) would be high on SEBI’s agenda when the board of ...
 Business Line1 month ago
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Sebi to allow mutual funds to invest in REITs, InvITs

Capital and commodity markets regulator SEBI plans to allow mutual funds to invest in Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvIts). SEBI plans to categorise these products as ‘alternative securities.’
 Money Control1 month ago Select your mutual fund plan with prudence  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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In bid to boost startups, govt relaxes norms for angel funds

To give a fillip to startup funding, markets regulator Sebi has relaxed its rules for investment by angel funds, including allowing them to invest in up to five-year old entities. Besides, the lock-in requirement has been reduced from three years to one year for angel funds and their minimum investment threshold has been slashed from Rs 50 lakh to Rs 25 lakh. In line with other alternative investment funds, angel funds are allowed to invest up to 25 per cent of their investable corpus in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Sebi relaxes rules for angel funds to boost startup funding  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Sebi relaxes rules for angel funds  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Market is vulnerable, mood confused and sentiment buoyant

The market was choppy last week and fell on alternate days. The technical pattern formed on Friday could become worrisome in following days. The BSE Sensex managed gains of 132.77 points, or 0.50 per cent, to close the week at 26,759.23 points. On Friday, it ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Trading in 7th tranche of SGB to start from Monday: BSE, NSE

BSE and NSE have announced that trading of seventh tranche of Sovereign Gold Bonds will begin on Monday, giving investors a bigger choice to diversify their portfolio without having to buy the metal in physical form. "BSE's online bidding platform for ...
 Business Standard19 hours ago

MFs likely to trade in commodities soon

Commodities market watchdog Sebi is likely to give mutual funds the go-ahead to trade in commodity markets in a month. The regulator is also in talks with the RBI to allow institutional investors like banks and FPIs to trade in the segment. "Mutual funds' ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago SEBI likely to allow mutual funds to trade in commodities soon  Business Standard1 week ago
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Mr Jaitley, when will you fix the economy?

'The quick fixes have failed; there is now no alternative to deeper reforms,' says Ajay Shah.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The dust is now settling from demonetisation and the Budget. It is time for a fresh sense of the points of pain in the economy. The defining issue is stagnant investment. Malfunctioning government, balance sheet difficulties and problems with profitability are holding back firms. The banks have balance sheet stress. The behaviour of enforcement agencies may snarl up ...
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Many hits, some misses by Sebi under U K Sinha

The second-longest serving chairman introduced quite a few measures for the primary market and implemented a new corporate governance framework. UK Sinha’s six-year term as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board of India, the second longest after that of DR Mehta, ends in two weeks, bringing down the curtains on a tenure during which the 1976-batch Indian Administrative Services officer from the Bihar cadre administered many significant changes in the securities market.  Some ...
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