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If there is tax parity, lot of EPF investors will switch to NP...

Tax parity in retirement products is critical if India is to become a pensioned society. Also, NPS investors should have the choice to look beyond annuities and invest their maturity corpus in products that offer higher returns, PFRDA Chairman ... Economic Times, 1 day ago
Tax parity needed in retirement products' Economic Times, 1 week ago
Business Standard India

Two new NPS funds for different risk appetites

The Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) is planning to launch two more life cycle funds for National Pension System (NPS) subscribers in the private sector. An expert committee headed by G N Bajpai, which was constituted in ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago Two new funds to make the NPS more attractive  Rediff.com19 hours ago Planning to switch to NPS? Here are the best funds worth betting on  Economic Times1 day ago
Business Standard India

Is your pension fund regulated?

The Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA)'s recent proposal to bring unregulated pension funds under its ambit will largely impact superannuation ones that are offered by employers and managed by their private funds. These funds ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago Is your superannuation fund regulated?  Smart Investor1 week ago PFRDA may regulate unregulated pension funds  Smart Investor2 weeks ago Dedicated FDI policy to chart new course for pension sector  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago
Business Line

Central staff may be allowed to invest 50% in equity under NPS

PFRDA also proposes 75% equity option for private sector members New Delhi, May 1: The pension regulator proposes to allow over 16 lakh Central government employees who are members of the National Pension System (NPS) to have the flexibility to choose their ...
 Business Line2 days ago Give govt employees freedom to choose fund managers: PFRDA  Business Standard3 weeks ago Allow govt. staff to choose fund managers: PFRDA  The Hindu3 weeks ago Give Government Staff Freedom to Choose Fund Managers: Regulator  NDTV3 weeks ago

NPS may raise equity exposure to 75%

PFRDA has proposed to up equity exposure of NPS and harmonise government and private investments in it Last year, the National Pension System (NPS) shifted its equity fund management from passive to active for the private sector based on the ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago NPS plans new schemes with more equity exposure  Hindu Business Line1 week ago Four tricky questions on the NPS  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago All you need to know about investing in National Pension Scheme  DNA India1 month ago
Business Today India

PFRDA asks govt to give tax incentives, expand pension cover

The government should consider giving tax incentives to pension sector and expand its coverage to include people in the informal sector as they do not have any universal social security net, said PFRDA Chairman Hemant G Contractor . "We have ...
 Business Today India5 days ago PFRDA bats for Govt pension monies to flow into private equity funds  Business Line1 month ago PFRDA to invest 2% of private pension corpus in AIF schemes  Money Control2 months ago PFRDA to invest 2pc of pvt pension corpus in AIF schemes  Money Control2 months ago

Atal Pension Yojana: Regulator Eyes 70 Lakh New Subscribers

NEW DELHI: Pension regulator PFRDA is hopeful of enrolling at least 60-70 lakh new subscribers this fiscal to its Atal Pension Yojana (APY), a micro pension product primarily targeted at the unorganised sector. Since the launch of APY in July last ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago PFRDA aims to add 60-70 lakh APY subscribers in FY17  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago Atal Pension Yojana: PFRDA aims to bring 60-70 lakh new subscribers this year  Business Line3 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

Pension Fund Regulator To Train 75,000 People To implement NPS

Pension fund regulator PFRDA proposes to train 75,000 people who will form a totally committed workforce for the implementation of government's National Pension System. Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) is in the process ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent4 weeks ago PFRDA plans to coach 75,000 workforce for NPS and other top insurance news  India Infoline1 month ago PFRDA to train 75,000 people to drive NPS  Economic Times1 month ago PFRDA to train 75K people to drive NPS  The Freepress Journal1 month ago

PFRDA looks to hire Custodian of Securities

Pension regulator PFRDA is working on a plan to hire a Custodian of Securities, which will provide electronic inter-connectivity to PFRDA, the NPS Trust, CRA and other intermediaries. At present there is one Custodian of Securities appointed by the ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Government employees may soon invest pension fund share in equity: PFRDA

NEW DELHI: Government employees may soon be able to invest up to 50 per cent of their contribution towards the pension fund into the equity market, from the current limit of 15 per cent, pension fund regulator said here on Tuesday. "It is under ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Government staff may invest 50% of pension fund in stock market  Rediff.com4 weeks ago India: Rules on govt employees' pension money could be loosened  Asian Insurance Directory2 weeks ago 'Government employees may soon invest pension fund share in equity'  NetIndia123.com3 weeks ago
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