Thursday, 28 December 2017

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Markets regulator SEBI on Thursday allowed all exchanges to provide trading in stocks and commodities from October 2018. NSE and BSE Stock exchanges can now launch commodity products on their platforms.  It has also decided to put a 10% cross-shareholding cap in MFs.
The new step may have an impact on the shareholding pattern of UTI Asset Management Co (AMC), requiring its promoters to lower their stake to 10% or below in next one year.

State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda and LIC of India are having their own mutual funds together holding 18.24% stake each in UTI Asset Management Company.

The regulator has decided that any shareholder owning at least 10% stake in an AMC will not be allowed to have 10% or more stake in another mutual fund house operating in the country.  The move enables in strengthening the governance structure for mutual funds and helps avoid any conflict of interest.

Besides, Sebi has also decided to emerge with a fresh consultation paper on Investment Advisor so as to segregate advisory and the role of a distributor.


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