MUMBAI: Belgian based KBC Asset Management plans to exit Indian market by selling its stake in the mutual fund business to its joint venture partner Union Bank of India. In effect, the government owned banks will hold 100 per cent stake Union KBC Asset ... Economic Times, 1 hour ago
Union Bank to buy KBC Asset Management’s 49% stake in MF jt venture - Business Line, 2 hours ago
Union Bank of India jumps on plan to buy KBC Asset Management's stake in JVs - Business Standard, 3 hours ago
Union KBC Asset Management Company plans to scale up the number of its Systematic Investment Plans (SIPs) from the current 30,000 to over 1,10,000 by the current fiscal-end and the MF player is looking at smaller towns across India to achieve the target.Times of India, 2 months ago Union KBC AMC wants SIP count to top 1.10 lakh by FY16-end Business Standard, 2 months ago
Regulated information US organisation right-sized to meet current market needs targeting break-even in US from 2016 ThromboGenics clinical and pre-clinical programs progressing as planned - focus on diabetic eye disease ...TeleTrader.com, 1 month ago
It's natural to want to give your children the best possible start in life, but the rising costs of putting your children through primary and secondary school can scupper any good intentions to save for their third-level education. It's natural to ...Irish Independent, 1 month ago
Indian mutual funds seem to have taken to heart Warren Buffett's mantra of putting all one's eggs in one basket. A number of them are looking to limit the number of stocks they hold in a portfolio. Fund houses have filed offer documents for at ...Smart Investor, 2 months ago
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