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Reliance Mutual Fund announces dividend under its 2 schemes
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Federal Bank, Ashok Leyland top buys: Tata Mutual Fund

Jaiprakash Power Ventures, Jaiprakash Associates and Bharti Airtel were the top sells by the fund, while Federal Bank, Ashok Leyland and Chambal Fertilisers were the top buys. A study of the scheme for the quarter of January-March 2014 shows that ... Moneycontrol.com, 8 hours ago
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Reliance Mutual Fund lowest bidder for managing NPS

MUMBAI: Reliance Mutual Fund has emerged as the lowest bidder among the fund managers qualified to manage funds in National Pension Scheme (NPS) for private sector on behalf of the sector regulator PFRDA. Its bid of 1 paise for every Rs 100 worth of ...
 Times of India4 days ago Bumps in pvt manager selection  Business Standard India3 days ago Reliance fund ahead to manage NPS cash  The Financial Chronicle4 days ago Private sector NPS: Reliance MF emerges lowest bidder  Business Line5 days ago

India can be a $5-6 trillion economy in next 6 to 7 years: Sunil Singhania, Reliance Mutual Fund

$5-$6 trillion, it is not incomprehensible to expect the market cap of India to be $5-$6 trillion, which is right now $1.3-$1.4 trillion." In a chat with ET Now, Sunil Singhania, CIO-Equity Investment, Reliance Mutual Fund, talks about the market and shares ...
 Economic Times4 days ago
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ICICI Pru topples Reliance as MF assets hit Rs 9 lakh cr

The mutual fund industry’s asset under management (AUM) crossed the Rs 9 lakh crore mark at the close of financial year 2013-14 thanks to strong inflows in the last quarter. Data from the Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) showed the industry ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Indian Super League balm for chit fund hit football clubs  Business Standard India5 days ago Mutual fund asset base grows 3% to ₹9 lakh cr in March quarter  Business Line2 weeks ago ICICI Prudential MF topples Reliance MF to 3rd slot  Business Standard India2 weeks ago
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‘Always go for long-term performance’

Sundeep Sikka, President & CEO, Reliance Capital Asset Management Ltd. Photo: Shashi Ashiwal Mumbai, April 11: Reliance Mutual Funds President and CEO Sundeep Sikka believes SEBIs recently unveiled long-term policy on mutual funds would improve investor ...
 Business Line1 week ago Reliance Capital profits jump in all biz segments  Business Line2 months ago Reliance Capital Asset Management to declare investments by group companies  Prokerala2 months ago
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ADAG companies invested Rs 3,274 cr in Reliance MF

Reliance Mutual Fund. This accounts for 3.2% of the total average asset under management (AAUM) of Reliance MF. In a statement, the fund house said in addition to the disclosure of total AUM, it will also be providing total investments made by group companies ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Reliance MF says group investments at 3.2% of AUM  Business Standard2 months ago
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AMFI may ask MFs to reveal investments in them from group cos

Mutual fund industry body AMFI may soon suggest making it mandatory for fund houses to disclose the investments made in them by group companies, which is estimated to be well above Rs one lakh crore. The move follows leading fund house Reliance Mutual Fund ...
 Business Standard2 months ago AMFI to make mandatory for MFs to reveal investments in them from group cos  Business Standard2 months ago

Average AUM of Mutual Fund Industry rises 3.2% in Q4FY14

Average assets under management (AAUM) of the mutual fund (MF) industry increased 3.2% (by Rs 27383.59 crore) to Rs 9.04 lakh crore during the quarter ended March 2014 as against Rs 8.77 lakh crore registered during the quarter ended December 2013, ...
 HDFC Securities2 weeks ago Ultra short-term money dominates MF industry size  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Invest across Debt Products  Value Research Online1 month ago
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HDFC Mutual Fund drops IT, telecom, metals; picks banks

Tata Motors, Jaiprakash Associates and Bharti Airtel were the top sells by the fund, while Tata Motors (DVR), KSK Energy Ventures and ITC were the top buys. A study of the scheme for the quarter of January-March 2014 shows that in the information ...
 Moneycontrol.com10 hours ago HDFC retains top slot, ICICI Prudential catches up  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago HDFC mutual fund retains top slot; ICICI Pru catches up  Chennai Online2 weeks ago HDFC MF retains top slot; ICICI Pru catches up  The Statesman2 weeks ago
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To Stay Or Not To Stay?

Equity mutual fund (MF) investors have gained from the most unlikely of categories — mid- and small-cap (MSC) funds. These funds, which invest in shares of mid- and small-size firms, surprisingly logged ...
 Businessworld India6 days ago Exits from equity MFs surge to 3-year high  Times of India1 week ago With markets at new peaks, exits from equity MFs surge to 3-year high  Economic Times1 week ago AMFI'A' : Exits from equity MFs surge to 3-year high  4 Traders1 week ago
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