SEBI Bites The Bullet; Forcefully Clamps Down On Number Of Mutual Fund Schemes - BW Businessworld

The Securities and Exchange Board of India in a circular released yesterday (6 October), bit the bullet and heavily clamped down on the number of open-ended Mutual Fund schemes that are presently available to investors today. Currently, investors face ...

Sebi moves forward with plan to consolidate mutual fund schemes - Economic Times

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has asked mutual funds to introduce asset categories for classifying schemes according to their investment strategies, a move that will make it easier for investors to pick the right plan from within a ...

Sebi classifies mutual funds into five categories - Times Now

Mumbai: Securities market regulator Sebi on Friday classified Mutual Funds into five categories to bring about uniformity in scheme characteristics. According to Sebi, the issue of scheme classification was taken up at the Mutual Fund Advisory ...

Sebi sets five categories for MF schemes - The New Indian Express

MUMBAI: In a bid to weed out the practice of multiple mutual funds being launched on similar themes, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has asked MFs to categorise all their schemes within five baskets -- equity, debt, hybrid, solution ...

MF scheme rejig rules set - The Telegraph

Mumbai, Oct. 6: The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) today asked mutual fund houses to categorise their schemes in five baskets. Significantly, the market regulator said a fund house can have only one scheme per category in each basket.

Five takeaways from Sebi's order on mutual fund mergers - Livemint

Sebi has now defined 10 categories of equity funds, 16 categories of debt funds, six categories of hybrid funds, two categories of solutions-based funds and one category each for index funds/ETF and FOF. Photo: iStock. Seeking to rationalise the choice ...

Each category to have one scheme: SEBI - Morningstar India

AMCs will have to send their proposals to SEBI on rationalizing schemes in two months. Print. larger font. By Ravi Samalad | 06-10-17 |. No Image. About the Author. Ravi Samalad is Assistant Manager - Editoral for Morningstar.in. Contact Author | View ...

Sebi classifies mutual fund schemes to help investors - Livemint

Sebi has asked asset managers to submit proposals to the regulator for merging similar schemes or winding up any which do not fall in the prescribed categories within two months. Photo: Aniruddha Chowdhury/Mint ...

MF schemes to fall under five heads: SEBI - The Hindu

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has directed mutual funds to categorise all their schemes into five broad groups namely: equity, debt, hybrid, solution oriented and other. Further, within the broad groups, the regulator has allowed ...

Sebi's one-scheme-per-category to shake up mutual funds' industry - Business Standard

In a move that could lead to a huge overhaul in the Rs 20-lakh-crore mutual fund (MF) industry, market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Friday laid down the framework for the categorisation and merger of schemes. The market ...

SEBI rolls out mutual fund reforms, categorises schemes in 5 categories - Moneycontrol.com

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Friday announced some reforms in the mutual funds industry. The regulator has categorised mutual funds into five schemes — equity, debt, hybrid, solution oriented, and other schemes. Fund houses ...

SEBI: Mutual funds divided into five categories - News Heads

Mumbai : In a latest move, Securities market regulator Sebi has divided mutual funds into five different categories to bring about uniformity in scheme characteristics. The five categories in which Sebi has classified the mutual funds are - Equity ...

SEBI categorises mutual fund schemes to help investors - Reuters

The logo of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is pictured on the premises of its headquarters in Mumbai, March 1, 2017. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade/Files. MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's market regulator has classified mutual fund investments ...

Sebi cuts through confusion, sets 5 categories for mutual fund schemes - Financial Express

Sebi has issued a circular laying down the categories of MF schemes, their characteristics and uniform description for each category. By: FE Online | Published: October 6, 2017 7:11 PM. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Sebi ...

SEBI norms to weed out clones in MF schemes - Hindu Business Line

In a bid to end duplication of schemes launched by mutual funds, market regulator SEBI has categorised schemes under five different heads to bring in uniformity. In a notification issued on Friday, SEBI has categorised mutual fund schemes under the ...

Sebi categorises Mutual Funds into five schemes - Zee Business

Following the robust performance of mutual funds market, the Sebi has now divided this industry into five categories making investment even more easier. Twitter · Facebook · GPlus. Sebi categorises Mutual Funds into five schemes. Representational Image.