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  • 25 Jul, 2014

    The $ 4.3 Trillion force

    LARRY FINK, 61, tall and outgoing and passionate about his business, is the Chairman, CEO, and Co-Founder of the largest asset-management company in the world, BlackRock. He loves his job, loves his management team, apparently even loves a life that is about as intricately structured as a Rubik's Cube. Here, for a slice of that life, is how he describes a routine day...

  • DSPBR MF announces payout

    DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund has announced dividend under the dividend option of DSPBR dynamic asset allocation reg-D.

  • IMF sticks to 5.4% growth rate for India, cuts global forecast

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has stuck to its 5.4% economic growth forecast for India in 2014-15 while re­ducing its growth projections for the world and most devel­oping countries.

  • BlackRock sees revival as roads attract Tata

    “The infrastructure sector is at an inflection point right now,” Rohit Singhania, fund manager for DSP BlackRock T.I.G.E.R fund with 14.38 billion rupees under management, said in a July 17 telephone interview..

  • FIPB Clears 19 FDI Proposals, Rejects 5 And Defers 7

    The Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) has cleared 19 FDI proposals including that of Walt Dis-ney Company and Reckitt Benckiser (India) entailing total investments of Rs 2,326.72 crore.

  • Trading by banks in currency derivative to be as per RBI norms

    SEBI in a circular, said that "banks, whether participating in the currency derivatives segment as clients or as stock brokers, shall be guided" by the provisions of RBI...

  • Foreign investors allowed to take fresh positions in IRF

    Foreign investors were on Thursday allowed to take fresh trading positions in interest rate future (IRF) on the two leading exchanges NSE and BSE. The two bourses had barred any fresh position in this segment last month after overall foreign investment limit in debt securities breached the 90% threshold.

  • Parliament nod key to check ponzi schemes: Sebi chief

    Hopeful of a new law empowering Sebi to crack down on ponzi menace, its chief U K Sinha said Parliament nod for such a bill would send a strong signal to those defrauding gullible investors with illegal schemes...

  • Hemant Contractor likely to become chief of PFRDA

    Hemant Contractor, former Managing Director, State Bank of India is set to head the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA). According to sources, his orders are likely to be issued soon. Contractor retired from SBI in April this year.

  • Gujarat investor love equity funds'Delhities fancy debt

    True to their enterprising spirit, Gujaratis look more inclined to taking risks while investing in mutual funds, while the average Delhiite tends to fall for debt funds, show¬ing huge risk aversion...

  • Brokers Using HNI Demat A/cs to Invest in Bonds, NCDs

    Some brokerages are borrowing the demat account and Permanent Account Number (PAN) of their affluent clients to make a quick buck in companies' non convertible debentures (NCD) and tax-free bond issuances…

  • 24 Jul, 2014

    DSP BlackRock's long-term gamble may well pay off

    Some fund houses such as DSP BlackRock Investment Managers Ltd have taken a leap of faith and are now trying to help IFAs enhance their productivity. The idea here is to help IFAs ascertain their strengths and weaknesses—compared with a benchmark— and then make training programmes revolving around their areas of weaknesses, if any....

  • THE MAVERICK

    DSP BlackRock Micro Cap Fund…

  • Funds rollover FMPs as hopes of revision in tax norm fade

    Although fund managers said they are awaiting clarification from the Ministry regarding the matter, in the meantime, fund houses have extended the maturity of plans to give their investors the opportunity to extend their investments over three years and thus avail long-term capital gains tax.

  • FIIs to invest Rs 90,000 cr in Indian equity market

    A Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey of 60 top global fund managers over the past two weeks showed that all were "overweight" on India. The increased FII inflows could take the Sensex to 28,000-30,000 levels by the end of the year, several top fund houses have said.

  • Hike in FDI cap to 49% in insurance, pension may bring $7bn inflows

    The government expects inflows of $6-7 billion into the two businesses, which are seen as key to generating long-term funds to finance infrastructure projects. Typically, individuals invest in insurance and pension schemes with a 20-30 year horizon and this money is then invested in long-term instruments such as government securities and corporate bonds with a small portion also flow¬ing into the stock markets.

  • We re drawing up a roadmap to divest stake in more firms to meet shareholding norms

    Disinvestment secretary Ravi Mathur expressed confidence that the disinvestment target of Rs 58,425 crore would be achieved. He also said the Centre is drawing up a roadmap to divest some additional companies this year in order to meet Sebi's minimum public shareholding norms. Excerpts:

  • Ultra-rich households set to treble in 5 yrs

    India's ultra-rich club is growing fast. A study by Kotak Wealth Management titled Top of the Pyramid 2014, released on Wednesday, estimates 117,000 ultra-high net worth households (UHNHs) at the end of March 2014, an increase of 16 per cent from a year ago.

  • Fll sub-limit in G-secs raised by $5bn

    RBI said in a notification the limit has been enhanced by reducing the investment limit for long-term investors from $10 billion to $5 billion. Long-term investors include sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), multilateral agencies, pension, insurance funds and foreign central banks registered with Sebi.

  • Bankruptcy system for failed ventures in the works at RBI

    "We have a tendency in India that we do not like failures. We think everybody should pass and have distinction. We do not have a culture to accept failures. "How to create that? We have been thinking how to create a system so that people should voluntarily withdraw from an unattractive business," RBI Executive Director B Mahapatra said in his address on the topic "managing stressed assets", organised by Assocham.

  • Firms with at least 10 may come under EPF Act

    The National Democratic Alliance government may reduce the threshold limit for the coverage of firms under the Employees Provident Fund Act from 20 to 10 workers.

  • 23 Jul, 2014

    Flipkart Sets a New Benchmark, Raises $1B in Fresh Funds

    Flipkart will announce possibly as early as next week that it has raised over $1 billion (Rs6,000 crore), the biggest ever fund-raising by an Indian e-commerce company, two people aware of the development said...

  • Indian Stocks Yet to Scale M-cap Peak

    The Indian stock market is one of the top performers in the world today. Yet, the reality is that it still has some way to go before surpassing the heights of past glory...

  • Govt looking at stake sale in rail infrastructure firms

    The government is planning to offload its stake in certain profit-making infra­structure companies of Indian Railways, a move that will help such companies to get listed on stock exchanges as well as raise funds for exchequer.

  • Draft rules on pension fund, trusts issued

    These two regulations, when finally notified after receiving stakeholder feedback, will help bring more players into the Indian pension in­dustry and make it more ro­bust as well as sustainable...

  • EPFO revives Aadhaar for rolling out unique account numbers

    The 16-digit Aadhaar number is back on the radar of the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation as it starts giving out unique account numbers to its subscribers. Aadhaar is amongst the four instruments selected by the EPFO as know-your customer that will be seeded to each PF account number. The others include NPR number, Permanent Account number and bank account number.

  • Corporate show propels stocks

    Extending its gains for the sixth straight session, the benchmark Sensex today surged nearly 311 points to reclaim the 26000-mark at close as overseas investors bought bluechips on encouraging corporate earnings......

  • Rules eased for loan against gold jewellery

    RBI on Tuesday relaxed the limit of loan that banks can sanction against the pledging of gold ornaments and jewellery. On December 30, banks had restricted the loans of up to Rs 1 lakh against pledge of gold ornaments and jewellery...

  • FinMin mulls interim agency to set up debt management office

    Moving ahead with its plan for an independent debt management office, the finance ministry is expected to first set up an interim office that would decide the modalities of the agency......

  • 22 Jul, 2014

    MFs try escape route

    Sources said that fund houses like L&T MF and DSP BlackRock MF have already got the necessary regulatory approval to extend the tenure of their FMP's from one year to three years while others are planning to approach the regulator shortly...

  • FM Jaitley May Address India Investment Summit in NY, London

    Ministers of the newly formed ND A government will pitch India's prospects to global institutional investors at an investor conference in New York in late September. A similar event has also been planned in London on 14-15 October.

  • Navratna PSUs Can Park Surplus Funds With MFs, PSBs

    Public sector enterprises such as Navratnas and Miniratnas are allowed to invest 30% of their surplus funds in SEBI-regulated public sector mutual funds, however, they must park at least 60% of excess funds with public sector banks, Parliament was informed yesterday. "

  • FCCB Issuers Smile Again as Shares Soar

    Many companies are repaying dues or converting FCCBs into equity as cost-cutting and better cash management boost financials...

  • Banks may Not Rush to Issue Infra Bonds

    Bankers may be enthused about the go-ahead for infrastructure bonds, which will not be subject to cash reserve ratio, statutory liquidity ratio and priority sector lending norms, but they are likely to take about six months to start availing of this attractive long-term fundraising option...

  • FinMin mulls raising Fll sub-limit in govt bonds

    Currently, India allows FIIs of up to USD 30 billion in government bonds, including USD 20 billion for all and USD 10 billion for specific investors like foreign central banks, sovereign wealth funds, pension funds and insurance funds...

  • SMALL STEPS, BIG GAINS

    Increasing the Public Provident Fund limit will help risk-averse investors create a long-term corpus...

  • Elderly need to factor in rising longevity

    Longevity is now a reality in our lives. Life expectancy is increasing by a year every three years, and whether we like it or not, we are most likely to live longer than the previous generation. So a longer retirement also means a bigger retirement fund...

  • US's economic recovery will boost its equity market

    Robert Doll, chief equity strategist, Nuveen Asset Management, says US economic data will continue to be positive, boosting its equity market. The pace of economic recovery, he adds, is much better than that being seen in many emerging (EMs) and domestic markets (DMs). Edited excerpts :

  • David Rasquinha, D Mallick Named Exim Bank DMDs

    Government of India has appointed David Rasquinha and Debasish Mallick as Deputy Managing Directors of the Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank). Prior to their appointments, Rasquinha was Executive Director of Exim Bank, while Mallick was the Managing Director and CEO of IDBI Asset Management Company.

  • 21 Jul, 2014

    FM may tweak tax rule for MFs

    "There have been demands from mutual fund industry body and some announcement could be made at the time of reply of finance minister on Finance Bill debate in Parliament later in the month," an official source said. "A final call will be taken after weighing the pros and cons," an official said.

  • Nifty Likely to Cross 7800 as Traders Build Long Positions

    NSE's Nifty is expected to cross 7,800 levels, which is about 2% above the benchmark index's Friday close. The index had touched this level during the pre-budget rally Last week, Nifty rose 204 points, or 2.73 %, to close at 7,663 points.

  • Govt Bonds Worth Rs2,521cr to be Auctioned for Flls Today

    The National Stock Exchange (NSE) will auction on Monday government debt securities worth Rs2,521 crore for overseas investors, whose total investment has crossed 97% of the permitted limit.

  • We Will Surpass Asset-sale Target if Buoyancy Stays'

    Disinvestment Secretary Ravi Mathur spells out the government's asset-sale road map in an interview. Edited excerpts:

  • Fund houses seek foreign help for Fatca compliance

    According to sources, fund houses, through their industry body AMFl, are in the process of appointing a global consultant to hand-hold them towards achieving the Fatca compliance...

  • STARS OF THE SHOW

    DSP BlackRock Micro-Cap amongst top performing small and mid-cap funds…

  • Nomura forecasts 6% GDP growth in 2015 for India

    India is set to be Asia's biggest turnaround story and the country's GDP growth is expected to rise to over 6 per cent in FY 2015 and over 7 per cent in FY 2016, says a Nomura report.

  • Where should you park YOUR MONEY NOW?

    Leading finance analysts and experts share their take on the implications of Budget 2014 for investors...

  • RBI Scanner on Cos' for 'Illegal' Fund Raising

    As a part of its efforts to protect gullible investors from fraudulent investment schemes, the RBI has started scrutinising credentials of companies suspected of illegally raising money from public as NBFCs.

  • FinMin spanner in RBI's COO talks

    It is not still clear whether the finance ministry and the RBI are thinking alike on the central bank's move for a chief operating officer (COO) with the rank of a Deputy Governor. This was on the agenda of its board meeting on July 10 but was halted following the finance ministry's intervention.

  • 20 Jul, 2014

    Carlyle exits from Repco Home Finance

    First Carlyle Growth Fund, the growth investment fund of private-equity major Carlyle, has made a complete exit from Non Banking Finance Company - Repco Home Finance. The buyers include DSP BlackRock..

  • Recapitalisation of PSU banks on Jaitley's radar

    While the banks would soon hit the market to raise resources, Jaitley underlined that they will remain in the public sector domain and the government stake will continue to be over 51%.

  • Recapitalisation of PSU banks on Jaitley's radar

    While the banks would soon hit the market to raise resourc¬es, Jaitley underlined that they will remain in the public sector domain and the government stake will continue to be over 51%.

  • Half of India's listed firms on the verge of falling off the grid

    A Business Standard analysis of data from 15 regional bourses in various stages of shutting down shows that the total number of RSE-listed companies is 11,235, while the number of companies listed on the two national exchanges — BSE and the National Stock Exchange (NSE) — is 5,463. A list of companies listed only on RSEs is not available.

  • FinMin to move cabinet note on SBI stake sale

    The finance ministry will float a draft cabinet note for government's stake dilution in State Bank of India in August to enable it to raise capital for meeting Basel III norms....

  • PM's Relief Fund to follow Gujarat model

    Major changes are in the offing in the way the PM's National Relief Fund (PMNRF) is managed, as PM Narendra Modi on Saturday directed that the Gujarat model be emulated in the selection of beneficiaries, giving priority to the poor and children...

  • 19 Jul, 2014

    Finmin aims to outstrip disinvestment target

    The government's FY15 proceeds from disinvestment in¬cluding that from "SUUTI stake sale", ambitiously pegged at Rs 63,425 crore in the recent Budget, could turn out to be even higher if a plan prepared by the finance ministry materialises...

  • MF distributors make most of equity rally

    Interestingly as many as seven banks, both private and foreign, featured among the top-10 MF distributors that earned the most commissions...

  • SEBI EASES DISCLOSURE NORMS

    Relaxing norms for alternative investment funds, market regulator SEBI today revised certain guidelines with regard to 'disciplinary history' of the fund...

  • 18 Jul, 2014

    DSPBR MF plans new fund

    DSF BlackRock Mutual Fund has filed offer document with Sebi to launch DSP BlackRock 3-years close-ended equity fund. The new fund offer price is Rs 10 per unit.

  • Apple appoints BlackRock founding partner to board

    Apple Inc said Susan Wagner, founding partner of BlackRock Inc, had been appointed to its board..

  • 10-year yield to trade in 8.70-8.80% range: Dhawal Dalal

    Dhawal Dalal, DSP BlackRock said, "Geopolitical risk is likely to keep Indian govt bond prices in a range. Market participants are likely to factor in higher supply in August and possibility of a new 10-year in early August. We expect the benchmark 10-year to trade between 8.70-8.80 percent in the near-term."

  • AMFI head meets revenue secy

    Members of AMFI met Revenue Secretary Shaktikanta Das to voice their concerns over some tax proposals announced in the Budget for 2014-15 (Apr-Mar).The mutual fund body will make a presentation to the finance minister on Friday.

  • Sebi Issues Draft Norms for Setting Up InvITs

    SEBI on Thurs issued draft rules for setting up infrastructure investment trusts in an attempt to channel more investments into the infrastructure sector...

  • RBI sets stiff terms for niche bank licences

    Draft norms set Rs.100 cr as minimum capital, allow corporates to open payment banks...

  • Banks to benefit more than HFCs after RBI norms: Icra

    Domestic ratings agency Icra on Thursday said banks, especially the state-run ones, will benefit at the expense of housing finance companies through the RBI norms for long-term bond raising for affordable housing.

  • IMF to Collaborate with New BRICS Fund

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has congratulated the five BRICS countries for having created a reserves fund and said it is looking forward to working with it...

  • Resolve issues before stake sale: ONGC

    State-owned "petroleum explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has cautioned the government the proposed five per cent stake sale in the company might not generate investor interest unless key issues are resolved to enhance valuations...

  • RBI to issue new Rs 20 notes

    RBI will shortly issue new Rs 20 denomination banknotes in the Mahatma Gandhi series-2005 with inset letter E...

Industry Data (As on 30th June 2014) in Crores
Industry AUM 974,715
Industry Equity AUM 276,252
Industry Equity Gross Sales (for the month) 13,583
Industry Equity Net Sales (for the month) 6,908
Industry Fixed Income AUM 698,463
Industry Fixed Income Gross Sales (for the month) 873,436
Industry Fixed Income Net sales (for the month) (66,634)
Source: AMFI
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