Business Standard

22.05.2020

AIFs may gain at the expense of…

Unlike MFs, Category-I and II AIFs have a closed-ended structure and are not exposed to the risk of sudden redemptions Alternative investment funds (AIFs) may gain at the expense of mutual funds (MFs), with the market for credit risk products poised for a shift in their favour. Unlike MFs, Category-I and II AIFs have a closed-ended structure and are not exposed to the risk of sudden redemptions. This means these can…

Livemint

17.05.2020

Is it time to transfer your gains…

Gold has been the best performing asset class over the past year with a return of around 50%. Renu Yadav asked experts if it makes sense to transfer the gains from gold to equities, while the latter segment is still way below its peak Gold has been the best performing asset class over the past year with a return of around 50%. The investment demand for the yellow metal has gone up lately as people move to risk-averse assets and…

Forbes

04.05.2020

Covid-19: The perfect fear in the…

This distortion in markets is an opportunity to lap up quality assets that are mispriced. However, in the current environment, it is best to remain cautious Just like life is a series of ups and downs, the economic and market cycles are a series of peaks and troughs. When you are at the peak, it is difficult to envisage the bottom and when you are at the bottom, it is challenging to see light at the end of the tunnel. While many of us…

Livemint

23.04.2020

Is government printing away the…

Suyash Choudhary, Head of Fixed Income at IDFC AMC on Thursday raised the possibility that monetisation of the fiscal deficit may already be underway at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). To put it in layman’s terms, monetisation of the deficit is the printing of money to finance government spending. This process is usually not carried out in normal circumstances as it can lead to inflation. However, the extraordinary demands placed on…

Moneycontrol

22.04.2020

As growth could be near-zero, it…

The strategy should be to keep an eye on relative valuations. Currently, we are oriented in favor of large-caps in our model portfolios.   The strategy should be to keep an eye on relative valuations. Currently, we are oriented in favour of large-caps in our model portfolios, Sandeep Jethwani, Senior Managing Partner and Head of Advisory, IIFL Wealth, said in an interview with Moneycontrol’s Kshitij Anand. Edited excerpt:…

Livemint

16.04.2020

Are liquid funds a good choice to…

Holding liquid funds for 30 days would mute volatility - Sandeep Jethwani, Senior Managing Partner and Head of Advisory, IIFL Wealth Emergency funds in a portfolio are for dealing with unforeseen requirements. The basic premise is complete safety of capital, very high liquidity and reasonable returns. Bond yields were extremely volatile in March as FPIs sold a record amount of Indian debt. Coinciding with fiscal year end…

Livemint

10.04.2020

Motilal Oswal S&P 500 Index…

Indian investors will soon get a chance to invest in the principal index of the world’s largest economy, the S&P 500. This index covers about 80% of market capitalisation of listed stocks on US exchanges. Motilal Oswal Asset Management Company is launching an index fund that tracks the S&P 500. A large number of companies that operate in India and are used by Indian consumers are part of the S&P 500. These include Amazon,…

Outlook Money

05.04.2020

Combating The Economic Impact Of…

In his book, The Black Swan, Nassim Nicholas Taleb says something very interesting about dealing with Black Swan events. He said that trying to predict them is a futile exercise. Instead, we should adjust to them. And when we do, we can position ourselves not only to limit the downside but also to take advantage of possibly positive black swans, what he calls “serendipitous black swans”. And that is exactly what the world is…

Livemint

16.03.2020

Cash calls may not always work for…

The Nifty 50 was down about 16% from its peak in January 2020 as on 13 March, driven lower by the steady progress of the Covid-19…

The Financial Express

15.03.2020

The government should not…

Livemint

08.03.2020

AT1 bonds market likely to see a…

MUMBAI : Indian banks, especially private lenders, will find it tough to sell additional tier 1 (AT1) bonds in the coming…

05.03.2020

Freedom to Enlighten and Empower

Inputs by Anu Jain in Outlook Money 

Livemint

03.03.2020

Three things that make AIFs way…

In their quest for higher commissions, which have been rationalized for mutual funds, more and more distributors have sharpened…

Financial Express

18.02.2020

Abolition of DDT: Who should move…

In the Union Budget 2020, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has proposed abolition of Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT), while…

17.02.2020

For HNIs, a high-yield budget

For HNIs, a high-yield Budget

Moneycontrol

11.02.2020

Budget 2020: The good, the bad and…

We see Budget 2020 as a near-term event, and longer-term/strategic asset allocations need to be guided by fundamentals researched…

Livemint

05.02.2020

Should you exit dividend options…

MUMBAI : Budget 2020 has abolished dividend distribution tax (DDT) on dividends declared by mutual funds. Instead, it has made…

Livemint

05.02.2020

Budget 2020 tilts scales against…

Budget 2020 abolished Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT) on dividends declared by mutual funds. Instead, it made dividends taxable…

The Economic Times

04.02.2020

How the equation changed for debt…

The fact that government restrained from any major populist measure is a major positive. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman…

03.02.2020

Budget 2020: More choices, more…

A host of measures, some prominent themes and a long list of action points for agriculture, irrigation and rural development were…

The Economic Times

02.02.2020

Budget done & dusted! These…

Some top bosses reveal where the action is headed in the next decade. After a decade that marked major societal shifts, industry…

Business Today

01.02.2020

Budget 2020: FM Nirmala Sitharaman…

Budget 2020: The government needs to address a flailing growth environment coupled with a tight fiscal situation. One is to make…

Outlook Money

31.01.2020

Budget 2020: Taking It Personally

Slowing economic growth, tepid tax collections and a contraction in consumption demand have left the Finance Minister with little…

Livemint

28.01.2020

CPSE ETF’s 6th FFO opens soon.…

The FFO (further fund offer) of Central Public Sector Enterprises Exchange Traded Fund (CPSE ETF) will open to retail investors…

The Indian Express

28.01.2020

Heightened fiscal deficit in…

Foreign companies with profitable Indian subsidiaries should be required to necessarily list their Indian companies within a…

Moneycontrol

26.01.2020

Budget should aim to reduce the…

NBFCs, real estate, and the infrastructure sector will be in focus. These three sectors form the backbone of the economy and are…

Financial Express

23.01.2020

Budget 2020 Expectations: FM…

Budget 2020 Expectations for Economy: The major challenge before Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is to remove the barriers to…

Livemint

23.01.2020

Make a bullet journal for your…

From bills and grocery lists to appointments and phone calls, millennials are constantly struggling to stay on top of…

Livemint

20.01.2020

Sebi to firms: Can’t advise,…

To address the issue of mis-selling and overcharging from investors in the capital market, the Securities and Exchange Board of…

The Economic Times - Prime

20.01.2020

The realty chill is spreading to…

Livemint

19.01.2020

Don’t borrow to invest in tax-…

Saving tax is incidental to financial planning and, therefore, it can’t wait till the end of the year. However, if you…

Forbes

17.01.2020

Lessons from turning points in…

The wealth management industry in India is currently at the cusp of unprecedented change, shaped by a new generation of investors…

Livemint

07.01.2020

Are small-cap funds the big…

Investors must first allocate their money as per their risk appetite and goals. Neil Borate spoke to experts to find out if this…

Livemint

06.01.2020

How to get hold of unclaimed bank…

It often happens that people don’t share even the basic financial details with their family members. In case of any untoward…

The Hindu Business Line

05.01.2020

10 wealth creation tenets for 2020

Preservation of capital is as important as its appreciation As we step into the New Year, here are 10 all-weather nuggets that…